my mother used to make this for us as a special treat. i don't know where she got this recipe or what it is called (hence the title). my husband loves this and encouraged me to submit it. this recipe is full of sugar and oil and is as unhealthy as a deser
serve as an appetizer or party pick-up food.
from the land of lakes cookbook via a friend who knows how i like to play. great as an appetizer spread, rolled in a tortilla, or in sandwiches. lots of possibilities for innovation here! cook time is chilling time.
this creates a great aroma when the packages are first opened at the table--the packages hold the flavors in the chicken. i'm a huge chicken fan, and this is a very simple but tasty way to serve it.
my niece shwana loves this! she always writes my name "ant" kelly when we play rummy or scrabble - started when she was little and stuck. i always make this when we go tubing in wisconsin. prep time includes does not include time to marinate.
i worked in a group home with 7 elderly ladies who like meatloaf. on this day i didn't have eggs so i kinda just threw in some stuff and this is what we dubbed it. my little ladies just loved it. the joke always was don't let me get bored in the kitchen.
tender, garlicky and full of oregano 'n stuff! start this one a day ahead; the beef slices need an overnight stay in da gravy to be at their best. and please don't overcook the roast! as it rests right out of the oven and as it's reheated it'll stop mooin
this dip can also be made without hot sausage. if you are serving to kids, use regular sausage.
of all the recipes i've posted on 'zaar, one of the most popular is recipe #98395. for the last several years, i've thought about trying the method described with a turkey, but i always wimped out at the last minute. since you only get one chance each y
my mom used to work at a department store that served these at their snack bar. although that was years ago, my family still loves these sandwiches...great for lunch or a quick dinner with a bowl of soup.
this is a very simple way to liven up your everyday meatloaf - my kids especially enjoy it!! i don't use measurements for this recipe so some adjustments may need to be made.
this recipe is from an appetizer book that i inherited from my mother. it was published in 1952 and i have fond memories of this dip as a child.
i found this recipe online. the idea here is that you put all the sauce ingredients in a freezer bag along with the chicken, freeze it, and then thaw it and dump it into a pan to cook. i find that premixing this sauce helps, though, as it is fairly thick.
these are almost as good as chocolate ...
i take this dip to almost every gathering i go to.....and have never had to haul any of it home! it's never had a real name, but when people ask what's in it?/how do you make it?, the response is always the same: "it's so easy. five things and stir!".
to make a boxed cake mix even better add these 3 ingredients....it real does make a superior cake!
my family loves hot wings! after several attempts of trying to re-create the restaurant hot wings, i finally came up with this recipe which my whole family seems to approve. my husband thinks they could be hotter, but then again, he adds red pepper flakes
this is quick and easy. from the blog www.wholenewmom.com.
i use this delicious fat-free method of cooking salmon, chicken and pork chops at least 2-3 times a week, varying the meats and seasonings.
carbonite takes the shape of cheese in this flavorful savory cake, inspired by han solo.
for those of us who get gov't food. its is the easiest and simplest macaroni and cheese recipes.
when the salmon is fresh here in the nw, nothing beats a simple preparation.
i developed this recipe after seeing one that was similar, but did not have tomatoes, scallions and green pepper in it. my husband normally does not like feta cheese very much, but really liked the tang it gave this dish. the dish is as colorful and eye
just like a payday candy bar. my family eats this up!!
okay, i probably didn't make this up, but i felt like i did. i was looking for something new to make that my kids would love. it was colorful and my 3 year old called it rainbow chicken. so easy and i liked it too! the amounts and times are not exact i
great for parties and superbowl get-togethers. serve with crackers, bagel chips, or vegetable sticks. prep time includes time to chill cheese ball.
i found this recipe in and 'old school" muffin mania cookbook, tried it this evening with the kids and it was a huge hit. really nice texture, light & fluffy. a+ in my book.
this is fantastic. this was posted on a canning list, and this is a definite staple in my fridge. the best thing about it is that you make it, and it keeps in the fridge for up to 2 months. the taste is fantastic!
this is a very easy recipe given to me years ago by a great friend.
great meatballs to go with any spaghetti sauce. make these as large or as small as you like. my family has been making this recipe for over 45 years and my sons often request spaghetti and meatballs for their birthdays. i always make a double batch and
i found this yesterday in my cooking light magazine. it worked great in redneck epicurean's cajun roasted chicken #146464! it is not too hot & is low in salt.
tasty & easy finger food for anytime of the day!!
you know when cheese has gone from that melted stage to that yummy, golden crusty stage? for this quesadilla recipe, you can use mild, medium or sharp cheese, monterey jack, parmesan, etc. corn tortillas can be used in place of the flour tortillas if you
if you're looking for a little spice at a party, just throw some of this out on the table. people will love it and want to come to your next event (probably only for free food (ha ha).
mini cheddar and bacon frittatas
these are delicious and guilt free! *if sour gummies are desired, add one packet of unsweetened kool-aid in a flavor that goes well with your jell-o flavor. the kool-aid really makes them sour (but good). below: really not 6oz packages the recipe
this recipe is from my daily moment's emailed newsletter.
i found this in my grandma's recipes box. she cut it out of a magazine, so i'm not sure if she ever tried it, but it sounded interesting to me.
this has the taste and the texture of a graham cracker crust, but without the fat and calories and with necessary fiber. it's absolutely delish! feel free to use more cereal if you prefer thicker crusts. the recipe is more than easily adaptable! use for c
i can not wait to try this recipe. i found it in the "best of the best from alaska" cookbook. i am placing it here for reference.
most italian homes rarely have ovens so that leaves them roasting on the stove top. it's the perfect way to make a rare roast beef. turning the meat is the hardest part!
this is a simple recipe passed down for over 100 years in my family.
food tv's bobby flay gets this super-easy and company-worthy tenderloin cooked for him every year on his birthday by his wife, kathy. you won't believe how easy it is! note that this recipe is written for a gas oven; also note that prep time is 3 hours (a
this halibut, which is baked in the oven, gives you an easy way to enjoy the delicious combination of flavors and healthy benefits of halibut and fresh herbs. it is a wonderful way to have a light sauce for your fish with a lot of flavor and minimal effor
so quick and so good.
beware, this is a very rich recipe! the dijon mustard adds another flavour dimension. the recipe is from chow.com.
i found this recipe in a cookbook of old american magazine recipes. this bread is good spread with jam for breakfast or you could make a jam banana sandwich which is excellent. for those with a peanut allergy you can use another nut butter like almond.
this is an old recipe--i will not tell where from--but it is 1960 original kentucky biscuit scaled down from an original i have. it is absolutely to die for. you will never make another biscuit after this.
trust me. it really works! this method, developed by a local chef, results in a juicy delicious bird in 2 hours (well, 2-3 depending on the size of the bird) i'm posting this because my mom and sisters have done this for years but this is my first time ho
this may be a first for recipezaar - two recipes in one! i had leftovers from the herbed chicken with no takers (if you know what i mean). this is delicious hot, but leftovers lose its appeal. hating to see food go to waste, i created an out-of-this world
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