This is great using Banana Capsicum ( basically a small banana shaped red capsicum that looks exactly like a huge chili) as I find that the usual sized capsicums are a little too much. Anyway, a great recipe!
A no fail recipe - one that gets rave reviews whenever someone tries it. So easy yet so yummy! Great hot or cold - ideal for school/work lunches. Freezes well. I quadruple the recipe and cook these in bulk to make life easy. These quantities make either 2 family quiches/pies or about 16 small individual ones (I use muffins tins for these). enjoy!
This recipe was posted in response for Russian Tea using "real" ingredients. I have not tried this yet but it sounds lovely. It came from the Iced Tea book by Fred Thompson. Since Russian tea has cinnamon in it you could add a cinnamon stick to the infusing process.
Adaptation of a recipe I saw on a cooking show a few years ago. I've listed exactly what I used on this occasion but of course a lot of variations are possible and different styles of cheese may be used.
This is a variation on the classic Eggs Benedict, and makes a great brunch. i am much too lazy to make real hollandaise sauce, which is how it is served in the restaurant where i first had this. I find this to be delicious none the less.
Another EdsGirl creation from La Cocina Angie! Beautiful golden rice is seasoned with garlic, sherry, saffron, and - a touch of almond extract. It's so delicious, and at it's best with a light vegetarian, seafood or chicken entree.