great recipe for left over ham. i love it so much i have been known to buy a ham steak to use in this recipe. another peg bracken recipe. i have changed the type of noodles i use spinach fettucine or mixed fettucine instead of plain egg noodles. i also gr
neomonde is a popular middle eastern restaurant in raleigh nc where the owners (three brothers) make everything from scratch on site. a favorite of mine when i'm in town, i was pleased when this recipe appeared in the the local paper (news and observer).
this recipe is from cook 'em horns published by the university of texas ex-students' association. it is the only enchilada sauce recipe i use, period. homemade is always best. i have used a blender, but i don't blend all the tomatoes. i have also used
this recipe is based on another recipe i found on the internet. i made a few changes and added my own touches. it does take a long time, but it produces the richest flavor possible! i made a double batch of this last night and had 12 people over for dinne
a romany gypsy recipe for a cheap and filling sausage and potatoes soup from paula stanford. paula stanford married into a large romany gypsy family 12 years ago. although they no longer follow the travelling life the family still spends most of the time
this is a recipe from the luau restaurant in memphis tn from the 60's&70's. the luau was a polynesian restraunt with a tropical themed decor. think mai tai's and cheesy hawaiian boxed in music. but to us memphians and the yearly prom goers, it was an
great food for fall with freshly picked pumpkins.
my mom wasn't a great chef, any recipe of her's i can do way better!
stephanie alexander's recipe from her book 'the cook's companion'.
i got this recipe from my husbands mens health magazine. i made a few tweaks, one of which was to use boneless skinless breasts rather than the boneless skinless thighs the recipe called for. by making these changes i was able to get the fat down from ove
got this recipe from alva carpenter's slimlines. didn't get a chance to try it yet but thought it was worth posting.
from richard simmons cookbook: food mover
this easy to make soup is very close to the vegetable beef barley soup they serve at denny's.
my "mystery scallops" have appeared! (i thought i lost this recipe for a bit!!!) karen says i'm a crazy woman mixing the morgan with the habaneros. i always knew i was crazy, but this is good!
i finally got around to putting this recipe on recipezaar! this is our family's favourite recipe. it is very kid friendly (no heat) so feel free to add something to spice it up if you like it spicy. i am posting this mainly so that i can access this recip
my mother and father were children of the great depression. sometimes my mom would pull these crazy recipes out but we as a family loved them! this is one that my children and i have to have still sometimes. eat it hot because it does not rewarm very w
oh my gosh! my brother told me how to make this years ago and asked if i would make it for him. we had cleaned some fresh quail and his wife was out of town. i did and was instantly hooked on this meal. we had this like every night for a week and at least
very quick to put together and my family liked it. adapted from desperation dinners by beverly mills and alicia ross.
there is really nothing to this recipe, and yet, it was amazing! it can be found here: http://lobsterandfishsticks.com/ it would be an awesome side dish for some grilled chicken or fish, or just all piled up for a meatless meal.you can change up the ve
this is a fun salad that uses the same ingredients you would in an italian sandwich. water chestnuts give it a nice crunch!!
this is another of the dishes i've been brought up on. a warming, comforting dish, very nutritious and, without the dumplings, low in fat. the vegetables can be substituted, there are no hard and fast laws, after all, my nana makes it with whatever she ha
this was in an issue of sandra lee's semi-homemade magazine. quick way to dress up frozen taquitos into a meal.
this is a quick, flavorful and filling weeknight meal that you can alter any way you want to suit your needs and it will still come out tasty! i created this meal one night when my husband was out of town and i thought i had a pizza in the freezer to fee
just a little something that came together one night years ago when my kiddos were actually smaller than me! i was trying to come up with something new and relatively quick that would please everyone. they still love and request this dinner on a regular
watched this on tv last night and looked so simple and glorious once it had been cooked - i had to post it! hope to try this one out in the not so distant future, went down really well at nigella's table!
this is a dish that was served at a big, ranch, family christmas dinner that we were invited to. i would call it glorified scalloped potatoes. the taste is to die for, but definitely not good for the waistline.. the lady of the house being of older genera
from www.topsecretrecipes.com twisted cavatappi pasta, tossed in a lightly spiced 3 sauce with roasted red peppers and topped with parmesan parsley breadcrumbs.
from ww - i have yet to try but it sounds fab! only 4 points, 183 calories, 4 grams of fat! much better then some of the others!
stew is always a great supper because it is like a one dish meal. this recipe come from bon appetit from 1994.
i love this dish because i am a huge fan of seafood especially smoked cod. i am on a lifestyle program of low carbs so i came up with this meal from a list of things i can eat. i hope you like it. tip: if you are on a lifestyle program then i believe pre
i was given this recipe years ago by a friend. i am not sure what country the dish "barinzila" comes from, but hope you enjoy it!
i saw this dish on a tv travel channel. it was served at an up scale diner on one of the hawian isles. i recall the name of the diner as being "mike's", but i don't remember the name of this dish!
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!
my mom used to make this ones, when we didn't have enough meat to feed a family of 7. but since we always had a pot of beans, these were our life-savers, sometimes. simple and delicious.
i mentioned to a friend at work that i was looking for something other than a barbeque sauce for pork ribs. the next day she brought me a recipe for "swedish spareribs" that her mother had gotten off of the internet-not zaar. the secret ingredient is al
great for overnight guests or just a different breakfast for your family. i love it because you make it the night before. i serve with sweet rolls and fresh fruit!
this interesting paratha is wonderful on cold winter nights, and is one of my favourite comfort foods. parathas always bring back memories of delhi winters with my cousins, long nights of talking, playing board games, and just having fun! you can adjust t
back when i was "beachin'" this was probably one of my favorite recipes. very easy to make and such a nice change from a piece of meat and veggies. this is phase 1 appropriate, and tastes very good topped with shredded 2% cheddar, a dollop of plain yogurt
here's an side dish or light supper that can be served hot or cold. love those onions!!!
i came up with this rendition of tater tot casserole one day when i didn't have any ground beef. my kids request this one a lot! i've also used recipe #278160 for the soup as well. :)
measure and chop most of the ingredients the night before, and the next day it'll take you just a few minutes to have everything in the slow cooker. before, when i didn't care for sausage, i would substitute ground beef. also, if you don't like eggplan
the history of this dish is a little fuzzy for me. my grandfather & grandmother came from romania and i always cooked this for my grandfather. my father also enjoyed eating this, and i remember that they told me that they use to eat this in the "old count
this is a wonderful shrimp scampi that i learnt from an italian cook who introduced me in making diabetic foods. my father is very ill with diabetis and loves his foods (of course) this recipe as a "hit" with dad. a tasty blend of shrimp and garlic.
hey! i found this in a cookbook that recognizes different kinds of food from around the world. my brother made this in the 7th grade for 'food and consumer science' (facs, or home ec) as the meal made on his own. everyone loved it, and i came across it th
this recipe was adapted by my mother and myself from meat chili. we fed it to my dad and only told him afterwards it wasn't meat - he couldn't tell the difference! this is a fast and filling meal and is even better, cold or warm, the next day! i serve lef
this quick dinner is a recipe given to me by my friend willa more years ago than i care to remember. i hadn't thought of it for a long time. last week i was reading a novel and one of the characters made a similar dish. it took a day and a half of searchi
i made this salad on a whim one day and all of my customers loved it.
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