this is a super easy, great tasting, make ahead side dish that looks like you spent a lot more time preparing than you actually do. plus, most everything is done in advance. the times do not reflect the standing time of the potatoes.
this recipe is posted by request and was originaly from chef sam choy's cookbook
easy one-pot dinner.
this is a dairy free
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!
my mother used to make this for us as a special treat. i don't know where she got this recipe or what it is called (hence the title). my husband loves this and encouraged me to submit it. this recipe is full of sugar and oil and is as unhealthy as a deser
the secret to this easy hollandaise sauce is in separating the egg yolks. remove all the egg whites, as they can thin the sauce. also, it is best prepared in a double boiler to prevent overheating. serve over cooked asparagus, broccoli, or broiled tomatoe
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
an original recipe created by chef scott meskan, george's at the cove. we enjoyed this when we visited this restaurant in la jolla, california. this recipe is requested so often, they have it printed and ready at the hostess stand. it's unbeatable at the
just the thing for a day when you're wanton something delicious, and a hamburger patty is just too restrictive. loosen up your inhibitions and pile some loose meat on a bun. wicked over hot, whipped potatoes as well.
a bakery in winnipeg is famous for this special cake and ship it to all parts of canada. a recipe request column in the winnipeg free press printed this copycat recipe submitted by a reader. enjoy !
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
ok - my heritage has been revealed. :) these are simply wonderful. a favorite among our community, they're sure to bring a smile to your face. enjoy!
if you don't like it too hot, leave out the chili peppers and sambal, it will still be a spicy indonesian inspired dish.
i am addicted to this! and it's so easy to make and good for taking to bbq's, potlucks etc. found the recipe in my local grocery store's weekly advertisement.
by chef anthony fielding at poncho's wreck restaurant in wilmington, vermont.
costs about $5.00 to make.
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.
a friend shared this with me last year. i have made a batch a month since then. it is an adaptation of a famous restaurants signature cheese. everyone likes it. it makes a great present. it will keep for extended periods when refrigerated but mine has nev
i found this recipe in the new slimming world curry collection cookery leaflet but adapted it to kosher cooking using a soya yogurt. the family lapped it up and you can prepare it before work and leave it in the fridge then add the ingredients for a quic
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!
my mom used to work at a department store that served these at their snack bar. although that was years ago, my family still loves these sandwiches...great for lunch or a quick dinner with a bowl of soup.
i made this once, hoping to have something light for lunch. not only was it easy, but it tasted great, and the bulk of the rice kept me full for hours!
nice dish made of left overs!
there's a pub we go to that makes their own french fries, and instead of throwing out the skins, they fry them up and bake them with toppings in a pizza pan. they bring them sizzling to your table in the pizza pan with sour cream for dipping. dare i say t
this heart harvest dinner has all the flavor of a slow-cooked roast, without the fuss. recipe from kraft.
a hearty flavorful exotic bean and vegetable stew.
i got this recipe from my grandmother, who was one of my main inspirations for cooking, i think it's hard to find a good cream of crab soup that is fairly simple to make. anyone from maryland will appreciate this recipe.
this is a long-time favorite recipe of our lancaster county, pa family passed down from my mom. she gets requests for it all the time and has to make double or triple this amount now whenever she makes it so everyone has some to take along home too. for m
this is our favorite of many wonderful burger recipes found in "burger meisters", a cookbook put together by marcel desaulniers. if you like this or prefer burgers with other types of meats (fish, rabbit, turkey...) you may want to check out the recipe bo
a recipe for wild game.. note: to freeze: cool. place in a freezer bag, seal, label and freeze. to serve: thaw in fridge overnight. reheat on stovetop until bubbly and serve.
a very "basic" beet borscht recipe. posted in reply to a message board request.
having recently discovered an allergy to tomatoes sent my italian world into a tailspin. how would i ever survive?? here is a wonderful, nourishing, comfort-food soup that i put together that eased my sense of deprivation. the amounts are very flexible, p
this was so good...everyone loved them.
i love those chicken burrito bowls at the restaurant chipotle, and this version is just as good - to me and my family anyway! the recipe appears to be long, but it consists of mostly toppings. 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
a recipe from ricardo that is popular with kids. so i had to try it. my son is beginning kindergarten tomorrow and i wanted to do something he'll like. and this recipe is a winner with it. with us also. it's so easy to do.
c'mon, admit it! at some time in your life, you have eaten "hamburger helper." i know that it was a staple in our house when i was a kid. the little talking glove is comforting in a twisted kind of way. :o) anyway, this recipe looks like hamburger helper,
this started out life as just leek and potato soup, one of a plethora of soups in my husband's box of cheffy tricks. when i saw him about to just chuck the chicken frames into the bin after having made the stock i protested and told him to chip off the m
i used to make this in college. it's artery-hardening, but very good. it's similar to cheeseburger macaroni hamburger helper, but much tastier and not much more work.
if you don't care for spicy just omit or use only half of a jalapeno pepper :)
i like this recipe for tortillas because the olive oil is much lighter (reason for the name) than the usual fats used to make them. i got the this recipe from a woman at a shower (or something very close to it...lol).
after years of making alfredo sauce, i think i have perfected what i call the "best alfredo sauce in america"! however, i was fresh out of fettuccine, so i had to substitute spaghetti noodles, but even still, the results were amazing!! i hope you'll try
if you like to eat a variety of rice dishes, add this one to your menu!i once ate a rice that was similar to this one, but i wasn't able to get the recipe.i've created this as my own version of that rice, which can be served as a quicker alternative to "a
this recipe is from food and drink magazine, and it's really delicious! comments from the magazine: elegant french onion soup becomes hip with this gooey grilled-cheese "sannich" australian slang for sandwich;slid into the bowl. for onions, choose sweet
i adore recipes with interesting names. i found this recipe on the vegweb website, and had to add it to my collection.
in 'winter gatherings' by rick rodgers
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