i found this on facebook. there are several pages dedicated to cambodian recipes, and this is one of them. there are fish sauces that are kosher, but i don't know about oyster sauces. usually vegan stores have some kind of imitation to replace the real th
my mom used to make this delicious polynesian recipe when i was a kid. i just love the different toppings you can add to this basic coconut curry base. you can make it as spicy or as sweet as you want.
doesn't this sound romantic? i had this elegant sounding recipe in my collection for years, clipped from a magazine. this is the perfect thing for an elegant, romantic dinner especially for valentine's day. note: if you can't find boursin cheese in the st
a yummy variation on traditional meatloaf. i have also made this mixture into meatballs as well.
another nice soup i am looking forward to trying from the somersizing website. looks great. for anyone that isn't familiar with somersizing, you need to eat the right combination of healthy fats, protiens, carbs, etc. it's all about balance. ;) suzann
from rachael's 2nd book.
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
bebe was a friend of ours from southern india who lived near us. this is her fabulous dish. serve the curry over rice with chapatis. (indian bread)
this is a simple glaze for roasted turkey that makes a wonderful sweet rich gravy from the drippings.
this is one of rachael ray's recipes that i got off of the food network website. they're really incredible! talk about flavor! it's from her 30 minute meals show. however, this took me about 35 minutes to make (with the sesame noodles that she made with
another healthy looking recipe i have collected and intend to try. i am eating a lot of beans and pulses these days and another way to use chickpeas is never a bad thing. i collected this recipe from the february 2008 copy of the bbc good food magazine.
an old recipe that i tweaked quite a bit for more savory. serve with a green salad or coleslaw. spice amounts are for mild. punch it up a bit if you like hot.
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
mexican inspired chopped chicken that can be used in burritos, tacos, or over nachos.suzanne created this recipe and i like it best over cheese nachos.
a recipe i adapted from the traditional apricot chicken recipe my mother used to make. i was looking for a dish that had a thicker sauce with no bones that would allow for a less messy dish. with all the flavour of the original.
from marcus samuelsson of aquavit, who says it was what his swedish grandmother made on sunday nights. my change is to add some additional liquid to the pan so that you have enough to make sauce to pour sparingly over the chicken and rice.
tastes like mom's homemade!
susan branch has the most delightful books (and illustrations) filled with the most interesting recipes and home-making ideas. this recipe comes from her "summer" book, with a few of my own personal changes. feel free to switch ingredients, more or less
from marcia adams' cooking from quilt country. this is an excellent oven baked fried chicken; nicely seasoned, easy and takes you back to when you didn't care about fat content, calories or protein counts. the drippings make for very yummy gravy, too!
another lemony based creation from sandra lee's sumptuous collection of recipes. this one is simple, tasty, and when paired up with lemon chicken soup,lemon garlic broccoli, lemon pudding brulee with blueberries, and a lemon cream martini you have an ele
an easy, versatile weeknight dish. leave breasts whole for adults, cut into nuggets or strips for kiddies. pairs nicely with salad, green vege, and garlic bread.
this recipe was featured in an email today from the www.sparkrecipes.com website. i altered the directions slightly so that it made more sense.
stew is always a great supper because it is like a one dish meal. this recipe come from bon appetit from 1994.
this is a dish from maa dagdevien, the "go to guy" for turksih barbeque. the aleppo pepper can be substitued with 2 tsp. dried red pepper and 2 tsp. paprika. note: if using red pepper; place red peppers & paprika, in a small bowl,combine with 2 t. warm wa
i found this recipe years ago and it's still one of dh's favorite dishes and it's very easy to make.
the yogurt shoppe cafe is in columbus georgia and was established in 1987. ranch chicken is one of the popular items on the menu amongst many other delicious home cooked meals. one of my friends came upon the recipe in a local magazine and was kind enou
years ago, my grandmother got this recipe from my aunt's first grade teacher! i don't like chicken all that well, but this recipe is delicious. ***marinating time is not included in cooking and preparation time.
hea;thy and very tasty! for maximum flavour, place the chicken and marinade in the refrigerator and leave overnight. time does not include marinating. serve with fresh vegetables or a green salad.
this is a recipe that comes from the lovely ingredients tigerduck gave us for rsc #9. as a result my family enjoyed a vegetable stuffed chicken instead of stuffing with bread. a side of roasted potatoes cooked together with the chicken added to
expect a finger lickin' good time with this tangy-sweet family favourite. sticky honey, tomato and mustard chicken is quick to make and suitable for those on a budget. kids will be happily licking their chops after this tasty treat. serve with potato wedg
one of the simplest and best of a number of turkey stuffings i've tried. cooking time is not given, because it depends on size of the turkey. (time for cooking rice is included in preparation time).
a no time to cook dish, rice goes well with this, but we like it with oven baked potato wedges and a salad. you can substitute fresh chilies for the chili sauce.
this recipe is simply something i threw together one night. after posting it on cooking light's bulletin board it became such an enormous success, it was suggested i submit my recipe to the magazine. cooking light's version of psycho chicken appeared as t
a new mexico favorite. it's quick, easy, and delicious! don't have chicken, no problem. this recipe is great even without it. try it, you'll love it!
i really love this, but they don't make it any more. i found out the cheese stuffing in the chicken is the same as chicken marsala, so i got the chicken marsala recipe from "#1 baker" and changed it to make stuffed chicken florentine instead of marsala.
this was my mother's favorite recipe to put together when she had no time. it took just a few minutes to put together and with the boil in the bag rice they have on the market today....it sure is a snap when the day and the small children have you wiped o
this is a recipe out of my grandmother's recipe box from a newspaper clipping dated in the 1960's. i added the use of mrs dash since i really don't like lemon pepper, which was available in the 60's in a handmade version. a true kelaguen would be more lik
i love the flavor of herbs and chicken! it is just heavenly.
a great combination of spicy chicken and the gentle sweetness of banana! hotness depends on your chilli powder – with a milder chili mix this is not particularly hot at all, but still very flavourful. i’ve also made this with quartered chicken breast halv
we enjoyed this chicken -- the recipe calls for marinating the chicken for 30-60 minutes, but i ran out of time, so mine was marinated for maybe 10/15 minutes but still was great. recipe source: local newspaper which was adapted from soaked, slathered, an
my family loves this recipe. it's easy and tastes great. with summer just around the corner, why not try something new?
this is a delicious low-fat version of stroganoff. it comes from cooking light magazine.
this excellent chicken chili recipe comes from diane glass, a caterer in tulsa. she serves it in deep chili bowls, topped with chopped red onion, sliced pickled okra and nonfat yogurt. it's also easy to make. from the joselin diabetes gourmet cookbook.
serve this chicken with recipe #9456 and recipe #11668 and you've got a terrific dinner!
we call this diamond chicken in our house because an older friend pulled me aside when i was dating my dh. she said if i really wanted a diamond on my finger, i should make this recipe for him. i did, he did, and we still enjoy this recipe.
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