this recipe calls for the crust to be prebaked a bit before adding ingredients. feel free to change sausage to ham or bacon. this warms well in the microwave for those late risers.
this recipe is posted by request and was originaly from chef sam choy's cookbook
here's and old standby i enjoy from time to time. it's from an old newspaper clipping i cut out years ago. very tasty.
easy one-pot dinner.
watched a documentary about the
this recipe is from the paula deen cooking show on the tv food network. originally shown for beef short ribs only, i have found it works as well with pork ribs. i have increased the amount of sauce ingredients - the original amounts didn't seem to be quit
these are so easy, and the longer you
first, thank you to *parsley* - chef # 199848 - for inspiring me with her "thick and chunky crock pot game day chili," recipe #251837. i had tried about 20 different recipes for chili, and *parsley*'s was the best. but i've been tweaking it for a year a
a hearty and comforting soup from the minnesota scandinavian chapter of the united states regional cookbook, culinary arts institute of chicago, 1947. overnight soaking not included in preparation time.
saw this on the rachael ray show while resting the other day and had to write it down. this looks so good and so easy peasy. how hard is opening a can of biscuits or frying up some bacon? can you smell the maple syrup too? yum-o!
ready, set, cook! special edition contest entry. this is a leftover meal. seems like everyone always is looking for ways to use leftover potatoes. this recipe is untraditional and unique. great to get the kids involved to help shape the gnocchi.
you see chicken fingers and cow (steak :)) fingers, so i thought why not pig (pork) fingers? i changed my fried pork chop recipe and came up with this. feel free to sprinkle more pepper and seasoning salt before frying. this is really easier than it lo
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.
when i made this (my husband's favorite) the other night i was asked if i'd ever submitted this recipe to zaar. i had to answer, "what recipe?" so, after throwing this together for over 20 years, i'm writing down this "no-brainer" recipe for you to try,
if you like heat then you will love these ribs! for level 1 heat; use 1 tablespoon habanero hot sauce...for level 2; use 2 tablespoons... and for level 3; use 3 tablespoons. habanero chili hot sauce can be found in any mexican section of your grocery stor
befrore getting on with the description of this recipe, i want to thank molly53 chef#64642 for the name of this recipe.i made this recipe using country style-pork ribs (boneless),but i'm pretty sure it could be made with a boneless pork roast or even a po
i love little smokies and found this recipe in the burleson honey texas state fair website. the recipe is in honor of the famous rival football game that takes place each year between the oklahoma sooners and the texas longhorns, known as the "red river s
this heart harvest dinner has all the flavor of a slow-cooked roast, without the fuss. recipe from kraft.
this is a great meatloaf recipe. the mushroom sauce is the best. i have doubled the recipe, split it and and will freeze the two loaves for future meals. i can defrost a meatloaf the night before to save a little time the next day. i got this recipe ou
i just had dinner at my friend's house and they served this. it was so quick and easy. it tasted great! that's all i need when i have a family to feed. thanks jax... i had to share.
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!
a easy & no clean up way to do your bacon. i had to add a t. of pepper because you need more then 1 ingriedent, skip unless you want your bacon peppery!
i revved up my sister's basic recipe for oven-fried chops. treat your family to a meal fit for company. prep time does not include marinating.
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.
my family loves these chops. i found the recipe on a website but i can't remember where. it was origninally a slowcooker recipe but i make it on the stove.
i came up with this recipe while working at a small town restaurant. i hated even the idea of, as my mom calls it, "meat-ralf" but the owner wanted to add it to our menu. i set out on a mission to create an edible meatloaf. to the delight of our patrons i
i tried a pork chop recipe for dinner that my family didn't enjoy. i had a lot of chops leftover that i didn't want to waste so i put them in the fridge til the next day, hoping to figure out what to do with them. my family loves chicken salad sandwiche
as the name indicates, fix a sauce from ingredients in your fridge. you can make a luscious gravy from your fridge. prepare ahead of time and cook when needed. a 1 inch chop is like a "mini" roast you can carve when cooked. served with asparagus and a bak
a recipe that the pork loin can be marinated and cooked the day before then sliced and reheated on the grill at tailgate time or cooked whole on the grill at tailgate. by = chef dale
good tasting low cal meat loaf. good hot or cold. spice it up with chile if desired. use any leftovers in sandwiches.
you can adapt this basic recipe to use ingredients in your fridge and pantry. try single flavours or combinations to make anything from vegetable broth to hearty lentil, chicken or thick creamy soup. as this soup is quick-cooking, use tender cuts of meat.
in the search for the best pulled pork recipe there were several that i found that were appealing. i combined a couple recipes and added my own flare to make this delicious dish. the recipe is easy enough to include my kids. my 3 year old really enjoye
this recipe is a holiday tradition for my brother's former in-laws. he may of parted ways with his wife and most of his worldly possessions, but at least he got to keep this delicious recipe! all holiday dishes should be this simple and scrumptious!
these flaky sausage foldovers can be made ahead of time, making them great for parties.
this is my recipe for basic stuffed pork chops dressed up with a mushroom-wine sauce. (not using cream of 'shroom soup!) you can either use thick chops for stuffing, or my way, using basic chops just placed on top of the stuffing. delicious and easy! (see
this recipe is from my daily moment's emailed newsletter.
this is a real short cut for cooks in a hurry. use the cooked sausage bits like you would any meatball. in soups, stews, spaghetti, casseroles or as an appetizer with a sauce. cheating? not really just using a good shortcut.
i created this recipe when i had a lot of leftovers in my fridge from making the full on baked stromboli. yet, i was about to go to work and wanted something quick to snack on before leaving. thus, this recipe was born. :)
i needed to make a quick easy meal for my kids one day and all i had was some kielbasa sausage, onions, potatoes and carrots. therefore, i cut them up and put into a pot of water, wa-la, it was a hit. my now grown girls make it all the time.
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 simple recipe from southern living is as simple as 1-2-3! this is a great recipe for when you really want some jambalaya and just do not have the time to stand over the stove! it was published in the december 1997.
this soup is the best! my mom owns a catering business and her chef makes this for the cafe. flavorful and hearty, even has a bit of a kick to it. serve with warm crusty bread...a great meal on a fall/winter day.
made this one up myself, from a mix of different recipes. no need to wait for dry beans to soak. you get great homemade soup in about an hour!
this is a recipe given to me by my sister in law. by using minute rice, small scallops or shrimp, and spicy thinly sliced pepperoni, dinner will be on the table in less than 10 minutes.
from betty crocker's kitchen to your table in a flash!
this is a great salad from an excellent restaurant (or it was the last time i was there). this salad makes an excellent lunch. add a crusty roll for a light summer supper. the dressing is excellent. i posted the cook time as 0 but of course you have to co
i love the classic 7 layer salad and i love veggies so i just kept adding more ingredients and now it's an 11 layer salad. i made it for thanksgiving one year and it was the talk of the party and gobbled up fast. i have been told this is the best layer sa
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