I'm always looking for ways to use up leftovers. I came up with this one last night, and it was delicious served over wild rice. I would rather have used a can of tomatoes, but hubby won't eat a cooked tomato that he can actually see...oh well!
Posted for ZWT, I haven't made it yet so yield and time are a guess. Any tropical fruit can be used here. I would think the pudding might need some vanilla or coconut extract added once it's thickened.
This is a hearty one-dish meal, the perfect comfort food for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Quick to make if you cook the potatoes the night before. or you can microwave them at the last minute, but that changes the consistency a bit.
This recipe was inspired by tips from both Kittencal and PaulaG. Kittencal came up with the idea of adding baking powder to scrambled eggs to make them fluffy, and PaulaG passed on a tip about using non-fat or low-fat evaporated milk in place of whipping cream in certain recipes. Thanks to both of these great chefs!
A quick and easy microwave dish that tastes like you spent hours whipping it up. This is my stepped up version with more flavor than the bland recipe on the box. Tapioca is my favorite comfort food, but hubby and I have an ongoing disagreement about whether it should be served chilled - I like it slightly warm, hubby likes it chilled. Unfortunately, it sometimes disappears before it's chilled enough for his liking...shh, don't tell him!
Hubby and I have an ongoing feud over meatloaf - my saucy version vs. his Italian version. Since meatloaf is one of the few entrees he knows how to make, I don't complain when he makes his...but I definitely prefer this one!
This is the perfect salad to take to a family reunion or potluck. It's colorful, keeps well and is full of flavor without being too spicy or vinegary. I think the Sun Vista brand of beans has the best flavor for this recipe. Passive cooking time is chill time.