this dip can also be made without hot sausage. if you are serving to kids, use regular sausage.
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
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
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.
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.
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.
i was looking for a 15 bean soup online, i found a recipe but it wasn't exactly what i wanted. so, i omitted some stuff and this is what i came out with.. enjoy!
a great appetizer!
three ingredient dip to be made in a crock pot, slow cooker, or rice cooker. this dip is incredibly easy and delicious. this is the smallest i have tried to make this recipe, but i have made it larger going up in ingredients by multiples. 1,1,1 - 2,2,
this is done in about an hour and a half. makes enough to freeze for later when time doesn’t allow to cook. the name comes from the ingredients. i finally found how much tomato sauce it takes to thicken using 1 small can of tomato paste.
i have the paula deen version of jambalaya posted, but this one, i have had the pleasure of eating at 440 main, a very ritzy restaurant where i went to college. it's fancy and a bit on the expensive side, but well worth the money. when i took my gourmet
this chowder is supper easy to make and very tasty. my husband first found and made the recipe for one of his hunting trips. he tripled the recipe and froze it so that it could be eaten while on his trip. the guys loved it and so will you.
i am lucky enough to live in the cognac and pineau grape growing area of south west france - we also grow grapes for the excellent local (charente-maritime) wine in this area. our woodman, monsieur jacquot, has a small chateau with several vineyards, and
i've made this using the creamy version and portuguese sausage. you can make this with any spicy sausage, such as hot italian sausage, casings removed, and cut into 1-inch pieces.
a hearty and filling squash recipe. perfect for the fall. adapted from emril lagasse.
i'm not a big fan of acorn squash, but i really like this recipe from my mother-in-law.
"spicy, meaty and with just the right amount of beans, it's a terrific chili". i made this after watching al roker make it on his morning show. my family prefers the more tradional mild ground beef and beans type of chili but i needed a change. it is s
this is a popular favorite at the raven haven bed and breakfast in mentone, alabama.
spanish tapas recipe: the original albondiga recipe was moorish in origin. now offered throughout spain, every tapas bar varies the recipe to suit the local tastes.
a "low-heat" gumbo that my family loves. the cajun spice can be measured out to your family's tastes.
an easy make ahead strata from my favorite new casserole cookbook. this recipe uses english muffins for the base instead of slices of bread.
we lived in ny state for a few years and fell in love with white garlic pizza. when we moved back to the midwest, purveyors of pizza, never heard of it. this one fills the bill. if your family likes garlic, be prepared to make this one over and over.
i tried some other recipes and had to mess with them so it wasn't really their recipe anymore. i don't like it when people write a review and they've changed everything....just make it your own!
i made this up one night when i needed a quick dinner, and it has since become one of our favorite meals! pull some kielbasa and diced hash browns out of your freezer, open up a can of corn, and poof! you have a tasty dinner!
picnic like the french with a perfectly ripe camembert, some garlicky sausage and a fresh, crusty baguette - eh voila! no need to go outside for a picnic, if the weather is inclement; enjoy a picnic in your kitchen at the kitchen table, or use the cheese
this is an emeril lagasse recipe that i found somewhere on the internet. we liked the flavors alot, but felt that it needed a little more liquid.
creole mustard can be found in larger supermarkets. zatarain's is a popular brand. creole seasoning can be found in stores, or there are some recipes here on food.com.
great burgers you can grill or pan-cook. they have a really good sauce which goes nicely with my sweet corn salsa. perfect for a weekend meal!
andouille is sausage, southern style. you could probably use any spicy sausage. this dish is easy, very impressive, and a different take on potato salad. great with barbeque sandwiches, or more
prep time do not include the 24 hour refrigeration.
this is a spicy and creamy sauce that whips up in a flash. this is a perfect way to use up pre-cooked sausage left over from your last barbecue.
a nice cajun style spicy meal.
this is the best chili i've ever had. no beans, lots of flavor, and lots of heat, the way chili should be.
i ate a similar burrito to this at sonic and loved it. i was suprised that for a little burrito it filled me up. this recipe is large because i love to make these and freeze them for those mornings when i am in a hurry, but need to eat.
this delicious sauce can be varied by adding a tablespoon of parmesan cheese, a pinch of red pepper flakes, garlic powder, or for a spicier sauce use hot pork sausage.
ever been in that place where you have a fridge full of odds and ends and need to make a meal? this "use it up" creation came out honoring all of the bits and pieces that went into it and tasting pretty darn good too.
got this out of a magazine many years ago, but don't know which one. you can use homemade tomato sauce or one in a jar, but homemade is always better! i've listed sweet sausage but if you prefer a bit of a bite, then feel free to use hot sausage.
this is from desperation dinners! and is ready to eat in no time!
i got this recipe from a neighbor over thirty years ago, and i've used it often to take to parties and get-togethers. the only problem is keeping others from eating them before i can get them into the car.
another recipe from the williams-sonoma website. easy to make, they are a nice alternative to ready-made sausages and are an interesting addition to a breakfast buffet. these could be made the night before and stored in the fridge or maybe even freezer to
this recipe can be prepared ahead and frozen. from gourmet-soups-stews-side_dishes-and-dinner_pies newsgroup posted by "granny mae". edited 7/04/12: i would bake on a broiling pan so the grease and juice could drain away.
i got some apple sausage from costco a few years ago and was experimenting with ways to use it, and came up with this. mild italian sausage works nicely too. it makes a good main dish served with salad and garlic bread, or a side served with chicken.
haven't tried this one yet, but will soon. i love recipes with only a few ingredients!
a nice, hearty fall breakfast. use your favorite pancake mix.
this cheese and sausage quiche is slightly sweet from the chopped apple. prebaking the pastry, without the filling, ensures a crisp crust. i found this recipe in a southern living cookbook. we enjoyed it!
raisin bread topped with sausage, apples, cheddar cheese and an egg milk mixture. can be prepared the night before.
i used to buy the apple flavored sausages until i developed this recipe. yummy way to start the morning!
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