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.
thickened with a mix of cooked oats and vegies, this soup has all the flavor of the original with a fraction of the fat stuff. low in cholestorol too!
this recipe came from a
my husband made these up last week, very tasty, he liked them because they were easy.
my children and their friends ask for my homemade popsicles morning, noon and night. i never turn them down; who am i to tell them that they are good for them! for variety i substitute different flavours of frozen juice - grape, fruit punch, tropical etc.
ok, so this is not *really* italian, but it is still great with burgers! :)
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
from crescent dragonwagon's
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 !
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
this is not your usual macaroni salad....there is no miracle whip in this. when i first saw it i was a little put off because of the looks of it, but was sooo surprised when i tasted it!!glad i did! tasty & a nice change.(i put 1 day for cook time as this
this is a very rich hot fudge cake that i got hooked on when i was expecting our daughter - just couldn't get enough of it and now she loves chocolate....hum... anyway, this is a easy recipe that i love warm with ice cream and my husband loves cold and pl
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.
i first tasted these light, crunchy, twist on grapes at a mother/daughter tea. they are absolutely wonderful and they make very pretty garnishes!
this version of the famous indian chaat (pronounce with the emphasis on the
this is mom's favorite chocolate cake. easy to make and has a little different twist. also has no eggs or dairy products. pick your favorite frosting for the top--mom likes 7-minute the best.
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.
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
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!
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!
if your british, you've been subjected to this tart and delicious english condiment. this is an exact match for the store bought version. don't pass this recipe up because it looks too simple. it's an exact copy of "laings" pickled onions.
a delicious yet low-fat twice-baked potato side dish with a blend of classic middle eastern flavours: chickpeas, cumin and coriander. serve with roasts or with your favourite middle eastern main course dish. adapted from "practical cookery: low fat". t
unforgettable, in every way. if you don't want to use maple syrup, use honey. you can substitute 1 lg pkg of coleslaw mix for the slaw mixings below. from crazy plates.
a rub that tastes very similar to outback steakhouse.
for a very quick pick me up that is healthy and sweet. this can be transported easy for lunches, breakfast, and even used as a dessert for dinner with a side of ice cream. this recipe took no time at all and was ready for the table taste testing within 30
a wonderful light dessert recipe from the people at kraft canada and adapted by me to be feed a few more. very tasty. (cooking time is refrigeration time)
a hearty flavorful exotic bean and vegetable stew.
this is a twist on recipe #111177. very good and cheap.
these are almost as good as chocolate ...
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
this family recipe was passed to me from my uncle "moochie" snyder. when the zucchini and tomatoes come in from the garden there is no better "sam-mich" on the planet!
i love soup and this soup is easily a meal in of itself. it's also a testament to the fact that meat does not need to be added to everything to make it taste great. the beauty of this recipe is its simplicity and it tastes delicious. it is great with s
serve it liberally on pancakes, ice creams or just have a spoonful of it any time!
this is a good base for pasta or pizza sauce. when thawed, just add garlic, herbs and cheese and away you go. this works just as well with canned tomatoes.
since i serve this is very large glasses i have listed at two servings, you may divide into as many servings as you wish, make certain to use very strong coffee for this --- this is very good!
a very "basic" beet borscht recipe. posted in reply to a message board request.
chock full of the comforting and down-home country taste of berries! freeze your fresh berries before using, or use frozen ones purchased from the store if they're not in season! :)
i've had this recipe for many years and i used to make it on a regular basis when i was a newly-wed and made it often for the kids when they were itty bitty. it is a great recipe and one well worth making from scratch. due to a crazy work and life schedu
i found this recipe on youtube......for times when you don't have meat drippings, this makes a nice, smooth gravy without all the "junk" added to jar gravy or gravy mixes. (i like to make the beef gravy, then heat meatballs in it, and add a little sour
this is out of the "biggest loser" cookbook 140 calories, 18 g protein, 13 g carbohydrates, 5 g fat, 30 mg cholesterol, 8 g fiber, 480 mg sodium. please take the advice from sjmittens and increase the spices, especially if you enjoy spicy food.
not exactly caramel, but very similar, and every bit as delicious! these turn out a bit "runny" compared to most candy apples, but are really delicious chopped up and served over toasted nuts or ice cream!
a classic french-canadian sweet. "chômeur" means un-employed; therefore, the dish bears its name because it is inexpensive. along with rice pudding and jello, this is one of most commonly offered desserts in diners. warning: may cause sugar overdose.
this is a greek salad recipe from salad creations. this is the exact ingredients for it, very easy and its good! enjoy!
my grandmother used to fix this when company was coming over, hence the name. this is a very forgiving recipe where amounts of ingredients can be varied to suit different tastes (want less onion? want more bacon?it's all good). also, it can be doubled o
from "dining in"; i've always wanted to find a kosher "cream of chicken soup" recipe, and now i have one! i had to play around a bit with the amount of liquids, especially when cooking the rice because i used an immersion blender... it might work okay as
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