wonderful comfort food from rozanne gold, a favorite cookbook author. this is a creamless creamed soup and it's delicious. it's made thick with potatoes and rich with butter. the color of this soup is stunning.
the secret to this easy hollandaise sauce is in separating the egg yolks. remove all the egg whites, as they can thin the sauce. also, it is best prepared in a double boiler to prevent overheating. serve over cooked asparagus, broccoli, or broiled tomatoe
this recipe came from a
if spinach scares you, this is one recipe that contains spinach that you do not have to be afraid of! it is so delicious that even my picky kids like it. my mother-in-law makes this for get-togethers and she passed the recipe on to me. you can also use br
these were so go, it surprised even me.
just the thing for a day when you're wanton something delicious, and a hamburger patty is just too restrictive. loosen up your inhibitions and pile some loose meat on a bun. wicked over hot, whipped potatoes as well.
this was originally my mom's recipe and used to be a favorite when we were kids. i always requested it for my birthday dinner.
i call this
i love eating ground beef in my spaghetti sauce. here's another recipe i made up, this time with leftovers i had in the fridge and also what i had on hand in the pantry. we were on a tight budget at the time, so i just threw a bunch of stuff together and
i made this up the other night after i started to make mirjam's penne arrabiatta (#22941) but discovered i was missing a few ingredients. like the italian dish i meant to make, this one is also spicy and loaded with garlic. i'm sure it would be even more
we usually use with chicken. my neices ask for this by name
it's a fun finger food for infants and toddlers that packs a little calcium and vitamin punch. try vegetarian cream cheese and soy yogurt for the lactose intolerant child or children not yet introduced to milk products. cook time is approximate chill time
anytime munchies...another sweat free preparation for all of you !
serve as an appetizer or party pick-up food.
the story behind this comes from a simple recipe i had found, then made changes to make our own. my husband loved it so much the first time i made it i literally had to say to him
like many family recipes, this one was created out of the need to stretch ingredients. one day when there was just a little chicken, and even less ground beef in the house, an old aunt of mine decreed that the two should be cooked together to make a meal
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.
i made this up when i had an avocado that was getting too ripe and some leftover cilantro. it's good with chips or cut-up veggies, as a topping for mexican food or baked potatoes, etc. totally vegan and even my husband liked it.
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.
this version of the famous indian chaat (pronounce with the emphasis on the
posted in response to a request. from my grandmother's recipe files. it's rich and delicious.
i really did make up this recipe on my own, with the help of an italian lady through emails. the mingling of the oil/spices is the key. we were really into once a month cooking for awhile and this sauce is/was a hit.
this is one of our all time favorite chicken bbq recipes. the recipe produces a spicy moist, flavorful bbq chicken. you might say its one of our signature bbq recipes. the idea for the chicken came out of a bargain bin. the store was selling 3 cookbooks f
this is a nice change of pace from the cheez whiz casseroles.
i made this recipe myself when i was 13. i was on here trying to find a recipe for potato soup because i liked my mom's so much. when i was looking, i couldn't find a simple recipe for it that looked good, so i decided to make my own. now, my soup taste
spinach lightly sautéed in butter
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.
this tasty low-fat sauce goes great with anything!! from pork chops, to chicken, to pasta, to baked potatoes...it is yummy!! i think i got the basis for this recipe from "light & tasty" magazine and tweaked it a bit here and there.
using this marinade/spray will insure that your grilled meats are tender and tasty every time. try it on beef or pork ribs, beef brisket, pork butt or chicken. you'll love the results!
from january, 2011's issued of southern living. this is an easier version of the original because it uses pre-cooked chicken and canned broth. don't forget...heat your oil good before adding the flour for a flavorful and fast roux. good for oamc, too.
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.
it may not actually cure cancer. it is probably the best soup i have ever had and make at least twice a month if not more. the recipe is easily doubled and as it sits in the fridge it gets better and better.
not healthy but oh-so-good! great pot luck dish.
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.
a simple stove-top dish from bon appetit.
i can't seem to make enough of this sauce--and i triple the recipe every time. my family uses it on eggs, hash browns, taco's and burritos (of course). so, if you like this type of thing, this is the sauce for you!
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
for the diet conscious this dish has 136 calories per serving
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 is from nancy campbell from above rubies magazine. "the chlorophyll in greens combats tumor growth; it works on the adrenal glands, purifies the lymph nodes, unclogs the arteries and enriches the blood. it protects against radiation. chlorophyll is
i had a recipe for a similar pie once from a bisquick cookbook but i lost it. i made this one up based on a few other impossible pie recipes that i had and i actually liked my version better than the original one that i had so i thought i would post it.
as a native nyer relocated to french quebec, the discovery of this morning morsel was very appealing though daunting because of the calories slathered on by the pork. this recipe is a lighter version of this "traditional quebecquois" breakfast meal and i
my icelandic hubby loves deviled eggs ... especially this version. leftovers are required as he likes the bacon/egg flavors with his breakfast cereal & coffee. i went through a lot of devilled egg recipes posted here to be sure it wasn't a duplicate & got
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.
a nice low carb way to feel like you are eating pasta!
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.
one of the first questions i asked on this site was for homemade v-8 juice. have been constantly looking until the other day at the dentist office when the assistant gave me her mother's recipe. wow!, so simple and so good.07/19/08: update! i made a larg
a wonderful harvest pumpkin soup - the best we have ever tasted. i got this recipe from "belle" magazine. you must try it--it's nothing short of "amazing".
i went to my friends to watch the u of l game and they had this dip. now i make it for every party and everyone wants to know what is in it and how to make it. this ia a big crock pot size.
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