This recipe is SO good! If you have never tried sticky rice, please try it. It can be ready in just under 30 minutes! The salsa really makes this dish! Recipe for the salsa follows. I found this recipe in a magazine called "Cuisine At Home). Portions are approx.
A delicious broccoli cheese soup with just a pop of cayenne taste. Comfort food at its best! From Cuisine at Home Magazine. Frozen broccoli heated ahead time can be substituted for fresh blanched broccoli.
Creme Fraiche is a thick and tangy French cream which is like a smoother and richer sour cream. If using in a recipe, it would be best to prepare the day before as it has to be allowed to sit at room temperature about 8 hours, then chilled before use. I found this very easy recipe in Cuisine at Home.
Remember when chicken salad brought to mind ladies luncheons -- quite predictable and very boring! Well, this recipe is quite the opposite. Cuisine At Home, August 2007. You are going to have enough of The Honey-Lime Vinaigrette left over to make my recipe #243514.
"In Italy, it's commonplace to keep things simple in the kitchen. This dish, with bone-in pork chops, is a twist on Bistecca Florentine--grilled steak with olive oil and herbs." Cuisine at Home, Issue 64 Posted this as a request and from what I understand was a pleasantly delicous surprise. Ask your butcher for thick bone-in center cut loin chops, the "T-bone" of pork. Besides adding flavor, the bone conducts heat so the chop cooks evenly. Don't overcook; the cut is lean.
Adapted this from a recipe in "Cuisine at Home". The original included shrimp in the sauce, and served on a bed of sauteed collard greens. It was excellent, but I needed something simpler for everyday dining.
These sound awesome! A new way to cook burgers! Found in Cuisine-at-Home, Issue 63. Am placing here for safekeeping. Update 06/04/07 -- these burgers have been placed on the "homes' menu" as an A La Carte option. Am very happy!
This recipe is from Cuisine at Home. I made a few changes to suit our taste, but by far my families favorite. Prepare the tartar sauce and relish early. Prepare batter for dipping fish just before use.
This recipe is courtesy of Cuisine @ Home magazine issue 35. This recipe was originally called Basic Meatballs but after making it, I find it more than "basic!"
Cook ahead and freeze...place waxed paper on a sheet pan; space cooked meatballs on paper and put in freezer until hard. Remove to a zip bag and freeze. Take out what you'd like and enjoy!
You can make smaller meatballs by reducing the scoop to a 1/8 cup measure.