This bread bursts of Island Paradise and is popular in Hawaii and the Pacific Islands. Flavored with papaya, macadamia nuts and coconut, this is a perfect breakfast bread or after dinner dessert. I am posting for ZWT, Pacific Islands.
Our lemon tree is exploding with lemons! My recipe calls for fresh lemon rind and juice. If you use packaged lemon zest, you might want to add more than the 2 teaspoons. This cookie is light and crispy, not moist and chewey.
Dijon,Honey, Orange Juice & Mrs. Dash Seasoning gives this light, low carb, low sodium salad a nice kick. And an excellent recipe for leftover grilled chicken that can be topped chow mein noodles if you like. This is my twist on a recipe I found at Mrs.Dash.com. Prep time does not include chill time.
You can serve the Flat Iron Steak with or without the sauce, but I highly recommend the sauce, sometimes I actually double the recipe. Brandy can be substituted for Cognac and sometimes I use boullion cubes to make my own broth as a $$ saver. The Hot Sauce is the bottled sauce in the hispanic food section, not chunky salsa, the label reads "Salsa Picante, Mexican Hot Sauce". Prep time does not include marinating time.
A quick and easy version of green olive spread that keeps for 2 weeks in the refrigerator or frozen for extended use. The Olivida can be used as a sandwich spread or as a topping for Crostini. Crostini means "little toasts'" in Italian. Inspired by RecipeSource and Bon Appetit, March 02.
This comes from my Victory Garden Cookbook. When summer's harvest is coming to a close, this is a great way to wrap up the leftovers in the garden. This only makes 6 pints, so I usually double or tripple the recipe. If your a purist, you can omit the tomato paste and simmer longer to concentrate the flavor. I"m always in a hurry, so I use the paste.