Posted for ZWT6. Adapted from Sanjeev Kapoor's website. Marinated with yogurt and spices and cooked with chilies and onions in a walnut tomato cream sauce. The type of chicken used is not specified, I would use a mix of breasts and thighs.
Easy and elegant, a perfect romantic dinner for mushroom lovers! The wild mushrooms can be anything you like. The recipe recommends morels, chanterelles, shitake, oyster mushrooms, or a combination of them. We have only tried this with shitake so far with excellent results.
My father-in-law's recipe. A nice, easy weeknight meal! You may serve the chicken whole or cut-up into bite-size pieces. We've had the most success with keeping the flour coating on when the chicken is whole.
From my mother-in-law. This carrot cake does not have a cream cheese frosting. I have not had this yet, but my hubby says it's wonderful. He says that he can't taste the bananas in the cake, but it's been years since he's had it, so that might be wrong. He says it's really good though.
This recipe is on the back of the bag of Lundberg's white arborio, although I have made a few modifications for our taste, such as leaving out the onion. I recommend chicken broth instead of water because it adds a lot more flavor.
The richest version of this cake I've had, probably due to the addition of sour cream, chocolate chips and German chocolate to the cake :)
Note: The coconut and nuts are supposed to be listed for both the cake and icing ingredients. For the icing, use whatever amount you prefer.
Now that the weather is getting warmer, I find myself looking forward to pasta salads and melon. Why not combine the two? One of my favorite pasta salads from BHG "Fresh and Simple Pasta Pronto". Swiss cheese can be substituted for the fontina.
My grandma's recipe. She was an excellent baker and she actually had a small business of selling these cakes. I have not made this yet because I don't have an angel food cake pan, but I ate it several times growing up, and it is absolutely wonderful, the fluffiest angel food I've ever had! Serve with whatever toppings you like, my favorite is fresh strawberries and whipped cream or vanilla ice cream!
This recipe is a modification of a contest winner from Near East for original couscous creations. We omitted the green onion for personal tastes. I've only made it once, and it was a little bit bland using just the ingredients below, but was improved by putting some more lime juice on it. We will also try adding more cayenne pepper next time.
From my grandma....my grandpa's favorite, which is easy to believe because it's delicious! Apricot pie filling spread on the bottom, followed by white cake, and a coconut pecan topping.
*Note: Make sure the cake mix you use is for 8x8 or 9x9 inch baking dish. If you try to make this with a 9x13 inch pan, there will not be enough pie filling to cover the bottom.
Unique picnic side dish. I've made this several times when bringing a side dish to summer barbecues. Every time, there's at least one person that asks me for the recipe. The original recipe also calls for 1 cup chopped onions, but I leave this out.
The addition of five spice powder to the batter is what makes these Chinese pancakes special. I use these with my recipe #399013 *Note: The dough needs to chill for an hour prior to making the pancakes. The pancakes do not keep well left-over, but are delicious freshly made!