These are sandwich cookies, filled with a double filling of raspberry preserves and white frosting. I'd never had these before, so I don't have anything to compare these to. But these are delicious! Cook time is for one sheet of cookies.
To get the best flavor from this salad, you should chill it for 8 hours before serving to give the flavors more time to blend. From the Hilton Head Hospital's cookbook, Hilton Head, SC. Prep and cook time does not include the chill time.
When I was young and in love, my sweetheart and I would frequent an Italian restaurant at least twice a week. It was a family owned place, and the owner often had his mother make special dishes for us. This recipe reminds me of one of those, although credit must go to Carol Monahan, the original poster of this recipe.
I just love this! It's easy to make, and I've yet to meet someone that doesn't love it and ask for the recipe. Of course, I love bacon! It's great warm, and can also be served at room temperature so you can enjoy your party without having your hair smell like bacon :) This recipe came from the Art Museum in Tampa, FL.
I love kabobs....I love the flavor the meat absorbs from the vegetables that surround it, and I love the flavor absorbed by the marinade. Best of all, I love that the veggies and meat are all cooked together....leaving nothing but rice and a salad or bread for me to have a complete meal! Prep time does not include the 2 hour marinating time!!
I like this lentil soup because it includes a couple of veggies too. The red lentils are specified in the recipe because they are smaller, rounder, and they do not have the seed coat of brown lentils. However, you can substitute brown lentils if necessary. I just love the spices in this! This is a long list of ingredients, but it involves very little effort. You should be able to have it on the table in an hour or so.
I love to grill, and even more, I love when the entire meal can be made outside! This is one of those meals.....of course, some rice or bread on the side would be nice, but you can make a full meal out of this. Feel free to switch out the veggies. I like to add onions, especially when the great Vidalias are in season. Prep and cook time does not include the 2 hour marinating time.
This is a very unique stir fry, in that it's served on a bed of shredded lettuce instead of over rice! To save time, you can buy a bag of pre-shredded lettuce. I like 2 or more jalapenos, but I like things spicy. If you'd like, you can garnish with salsa, diced avocados, chopped green onions, and sour cream! I like this served hot, but you can serve it cold as a salad....but I really like it hot over the cold lettuce!
This recipe is wonderful served over rice with a salad and some bread. The sweetness of the scallops is perfect with the pineapple. Great summertime recipe. Marinating time is not included in prep and cook time.
Family friendly recipe! If making it only for adults, I'd spice it up a bit.....but for families, this is excellent. Throw it together, put it in the oven, relax a bit and dinner is ready! Serve with a salad to get some green veggies in!
Great tasting grilled tuna steaks, with a bit of a bite from the jalapenos in the topping.....if you're heat sensitive, omit or reduce the amount for your tastes. Recipe is from Beth Kotek. Cooking time does not include the marinating and sitting times, or the time it takes to get your grill ready.
This is a recipe demonstrated at the 2010 Pensacola Seafood Festival. It is from Jerry's Cajun Cafe, and the creator is Jerry Mistretta. Yummy! Don't be scared away by the list of ingredients....this is really quick to put together.
Although the vibrant pink color of this Middle Eastern dip is startling, the flavor is superb. There are many versions. Sometimes the beets are puréed and blended into the yogurt; other times, they are simply sliced or cubed; still other times, a little tahini is blended in for a deeper, richer flavor. In this recipe, the beets are simply grated with the shredding disk of a food processor, then folded into thick, creamy yogurt. Serve as a dip or an accompaniment to fish. Cook time includes chilling time.
Delicious drink served in Tanzania with fresh fruit nectar and rum. Africa is the land of the freshest, sweetest and most ripe fruits in the world. I bet these are to die for when drank with the fresh fruits of Tanzania
Recipe was adapted from The African Cookbook by Bea Sandler.