my dh's amish mother raised him on this recipe. he much prefers it over store-bought ketchup. it was a taste i had to acquire, but now my ds's also prefer this type of ketchup. enjoy!
a favorite from a local restaurant no longer in business. not an authentic mexican chile relleno, but a crispy, flaky version.
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
really an effective spice blend...i got it in one of maharishi ayurveda newsletters and thought of sharing here !hope this will help you melt your blues away.. :-))
stefan and emily used to make this stuff when her herb garden was overly productive. the last batch i made was with a blend of thyme, summer savoury, basil, oregano and a bay leaf.
anytime munchies...another sweat free preparation for all of you !
i made this up when i had an avocado that was getting too ripe and some leftover cilantro. it's good with chips or cut-up veggies, as a topping for mexican food or baked potatoes, etc. totally vegan and even my husband liked it.
steamed whole fresh fish is one of the best liked of all cantonese chinese dishes. one of my favorite sauces to go along with steamed fish is a
we named this smoothie the "creamsicle" smoothie, because to us, it's tastes just like a creamsicle. so good!
use all the left overs from past desserts.
this recipe was passed on to me from my mother. i'm not sure of its origin. i love this recipe because it is very fast to make and when taken to family functions, party's, etc. i never come home with leftovers. everyone loves it!
my husband and children would literally die without this for the holidays! and it is so easy! my husband says it is a side dish. i say it is a dessert.
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
chock full of the comforting and down-home country taste of berries! freeze your fresh berries before using, or use frozen ones purchased from the store if they're not in season! :)
i took this spread to a recent party, and it got rave reviews. everyone loved it, and it's pretty simple to make. i recommend making it a few hours before serving so the flavors get to blend. i served with additional cocktail sauce on the side because as
this is a lovely salad dressing from a local gluten-free cookbook. it is extremely simple and you'll (most likely) already have all the ingredients at home.
this is my attempt to replicate a salad dressing from a japanese restaurant i used to frequent many years ago. while this may not be authentically japanese, it sure is tasty! you can really pick up a lot of the individual flavors, and yet they all blend t
here is another fun and colorful quick snack for the kids.
just like a payday candy bar. my family eats this up!!
i found this recipe in the "looney spoons" cookbook and it has become a family favourite. there are a few more ingredients than your standard tuna salad but it is well worth the extra time. an equivalent amount of chopped, cooked chicken breast may be sub
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
ya so it is kinda cheating- but these come out so good everytime. fast, simple and easy. just don't tell 'em you cheated! they keep for 6 months in the fridge but always disappear faster than that! a family recipe here in tx.
put this on your favorite sandwich or burger. this also makes a tasty dip for vegetables. calorie watchers may put a vethin layer at a time. this will make you enjoy this mayo without bothering about the cals. also, please note that the cals indicated are
these are not scones as the rest of the world knows them...i just call them utah scones. they're basically like frybread, sopapillas, elephant ears... delicious and completely unhealthy. this recipe includes my slightly 'healthy' ingredients--not that i
if you are not a raw food vegan then try this recipe with an open mind. raw foodists try not to cook anything if they can avoid it. i haven't tried this recipe but posted it because it looked interesting.
this has been one of my recipes for ages. i got it from a magazine, but i've no idea which one. it is very simple to make, and looks very impressive as part of an antipasto platter. cooking time is refrigeration time. i prefer to use field mushrooms becau
yum, so easy! needs to freeze. feel free to mix and match flavors!
this is a raw recipe from natural health magazine. it's an alternative to pasta and has been a hit with friends and family who aren't raw foodists or vegetarians.
found this on the 'net somewhere. i just love rhubarb sauces.
this is an easy to make shrimp sauce. it makes about 1 1/2 cups.
yummy delicious and healthy for those of you watching your weight!
only 3 ingredients! this is my all-time favorite dessert recipe, and ironically one of the easiest i've come across. anyone can make it, yet the taste is something you'd expect from a professional chocolatier.
pineapple mimosa was changed to hawaiian sunrise suggested by kelbel's dh and i did like it so i went for it. a toast to kelbel and her dh!!! i made this to help the campagne go a little farther and i wish we had an other bottle of champagne because we en
this is a basic recipe for a baked potato with 3 ways of preparation that being baking, microwaving or grilling. it can be made for one, two, three or four potatoes or more. a better homes recipe that has been around for years and has been tested over tim
my pantry is running very low on baking supplies, but i had a box of raisin-bran cereal that had too many raisins that i wanted to use up. so, i chose to adapt my other recipe: recipe #357474 using what i had on hand. i think this turned out really nice a
this is a bar-shaped variation of the similar no-bake cookies.
from hungry girl's email per serving (1/8th of recipe, about 1/4 cup): 42 cal, <0.5g fat, 6g carbs, 0.5 fiber, 3.5 protein
i use this everytime i make onion rings, hot poppers and other fried finger food. once you use it for the first time, you won't have to reach for the recipe again, cuz it's so easy. to make more, just change the 1-1-1 to 2-2-2 or more.
this has the taste and the texture of a graham cracker crust, but without the fat and calories and with necessary fiber. it's absolutely delish! feel free to use more cereal if you prefer thicker crusts. the recipe is more than easily adaptable! use for c
this dip is as easy as uno, dos, tres! serve with sturdy tortilla chips. we like tostitos gold.
company was coming and i wanted something easy, quick, yet nice for dessert and came up with this recipe. it was raved over. you may make it in a bowl like a trifle or free standing on a plate. if you assemble it on a plate, stick four bamboo skewers thro
a super easy stand-in for traditional key lime pie. slightly altered from the version posted on serious eats (http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2011/07/10-minute-lime-cracker-pie-recipe.html). squeezing the limes can be a chore, but you can always skip i
from betty crocker's kitchen to your table in a flash!
from joe yonan's cookbook.
this is not my recipe. found it on key gourmet by softkey.
it's spices speak for themselves -- delicious to have with your favorite pot roast or pork roast. it's easy to make up and can be stored in refrigerator up to a year. can be canned & frozen. makes a nice gift also !
beware, this is a very rich recipe! the dijon mustard adds another flavour dimension. the recipe is from chow.com.
there is going to be a party in your mouth with this delicious stir-fry!
this recipe is from the 1931 searchlight cookbook.
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