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Found this in a Taste of Home Magazine and tried it and was not disappointed. A nice change from your every day sandwiches, easy to make with a little kick from the curry. I filled buns from recipe #133547 and used imitation crab meat. DH & I really enjoyed it, maybe you will too.
Found this on the William-Sonoma web site and they are so cute and look pretty easy think the DGSs will really like them. So decided to put the recipe here for safe keeping until the cookie cutters I've ordered arrive and I can make them. I think these will be fun and most recipes I get from William Sonoma taste great so hope these do to. Prep time does not include refrigeration or cooling time. I've guessed at the serving amount as the number of cookies will depend on the size of your cutters. Mine are a little larger than regular animal crackers. Finally made these and it was enjoyed by everyone, not just the kids. I think the fresh grated nutmeg is a must as it adds just that little bit of mystery to the taste that has folks asking "what is that flavor" I'm thinking they might even be good dipped in chocolate!
These little gems just arrived in my newest King Arthur Catalog and I know they'll be a HUGE hit with my family. They are savory little pancakes that look even better with a topping of black bean salad. I change the bean salad based on what I have available adding things like celery, left over corn, and even differant beans if black arn't available.
I just love King Arthur Flour recipes and this is no exception. The added coconut makes this sound so good to me and I"m wondering if maybe even some shopped pecans might be good. They say you can bake in differant type of pans, popover (which I'll be using) or muffin pans. I can't wait for my zucchini to come in so I can make a batch of this up.
Found this in Taste of Home Magazine and it sounds wonderful. Tangy lemon flavor with creamy souffles, recommends dressing up each serving with lemon peel or other garnish. What a wonderful taste of lemon (I put in a little extra as I like it tart) and the cake soufle mixed with the lemony pudding. YUM!
This is the recipe Yvan of Food Network Stars used for his promo and it decided me to vote for him. I was really surprised not to see it listed here already (I did search) so wanted to make sure it's available. A nice creamy, family favorite that's a little differant. If he wins his own show I'll watch it every time it comes on - it's cooking for real families, with an elegant twist. IMHO
Finally got around to making this for the family (made in a cast iron pot and served right ont he table in that. It was nice a creamy - but as the title says does have a mildly "sweet" taste from the corn - so if you decide to try this be prepared for that, I wasn't and it took me a minute to get used to get used to that.
I got this off another on-line recipe site and it looks so good I wanted to be sure and save it as this is the only site I really use. It's credited to a "QUIRKYIQ" and she states "the crispiest, spiciest, homemade fried chicken I have ever tasted! It is equally good served hot or cold and has been a picnic favorite" My whole family LOVES a good fried chicken so can't wait to try it out.
Found this recipe in a Christmas book of the same name by Wanda Brunstetter. The book was sweet story about a young Amish couple and the pie sounds wonderful. Sure haven't tried it yet but want to for Christmas so am putting it here to save. Finally made this (for Spring and not Christmas) and it was very good. It is sweet and I used sweetened flaked coconut so next time may use unsweetened. But very light, fresh and pretty - a lovely desert to impress with. I'm wondering how it would be with a meringue topping!
Found this in an email from Light & Tasty and I like the sound of the description attached. "This lightened-up dessert makes an amazing after-dinner treat. Break out the spoons and make sure you get a bite, because this is one dessert that won't be around for long!"
Prep time does not include chilling time
Found this recipe in a Taste of Home Magazine and made for my Holiday Cookie Tray. They look cute with lots of color, fairly easy to make, and the taste of peppermint and chocolate - what more could you want!! If you decide to try this I hope you enjoy as much as I did. Preparation time does not include chilling time
Found these on another site while looking for a recipe for yeast biscuits. Tried these and they are fairly simple, rise nicely and taste very light. We had them with eggs, bacon and hot gravy with jam on the side for those that wanted it. What a nice way to start the day. Time does not include rising time.
Chocolate pizzelle ï¿½ a delicious variation on the usual almond, anise, and rum-flavored cookies. Snapping crisp yet tender, pizzelle are a must-have at any Italian celebration. Got this in an email from King Arthur Flour and sounds great. It'll be awhile before I can make it do to finding ingrediants here in Beijing - but want to save it until I can get back home. I hope you give it a try and enjoy. UPDATE: Finally had the chance to make these and they were so easy and really good - next time I think I'll make the 2-tone (as in step #5) ones with a rum flavor and see how that goes.
Got this recipe from King Arthur Flour and looks so good, like those twinkies from when I was a kid. Described as soft, springy and full of rich creamy white filling that will bring you right back to Saturday morning cartoons and school lunch boxes - without the chemical additives. These cakes won't last through a nuclear winter like the urban legend says, but are so good they will disappear in a twink of an eye. While I've ordered the special pan (called a canoe pan) to make them; at the bottom of the directions are tips to make them as cupcakes or for that really special treat as a Banana Split Snack. Finally made these and they went together easy and were a big hit at my DGS's birthday party.
Another recipe I found in a "Taste of Home" magazine while searching for something different for my Holiday Cookie tray. These little layered treats have a buttery bottom and soft toffee top with a sprinkle of almonds. Sweet, so I gut in small squares, but very good. Hope you try them and like them too. Edited to update thanks to the review. Must have been typing to many posts and forgot the all important flour.
Another TOH on-line recipe. A little differant from the other recipes I've seen on here, made with light ingredients like yogurt and egg whites, but soft and chocolaty. I wanted to frost mine (which I'm know takes away from the lower fat part) and used recipe#260061
Recieved this in an email from King Arthur Flour and liked that it's made with Wheat flour and no white sugar, or added oil and not to sweet. Here's what they had to say: "moist, tender, richly flavored loaf features whole wheat flour, making this a super (and tasty!) way to increase your family's intake of healthy fiber.
Found this on another on-line recipe channel and looks so good with great reviews. I've been looking for the perfect soft pretzel recipe that we used to enjoy in Germany at the request of my DGS and hoping this will fit the bill- sure looks like it.
I've found several other recipes with this title but this is a little differant.
As an update: Finally got around to making this and have to admit to them not coming out real pretty (just look at my photo) just didn't have the knack for twisting them and had trouble getting them into and out of the hot water, but the taste was really good. Maybe with practice they might look better!!!
Found this recipe on the back of a box of blue cheese and decided to try it. It's a nice blend of flavors and really sets off the asparagus and simple to make. Love that the asparagus is not over cooked and so fresh tasting;I guessed at the size can of mandarin oranges as don't have it handy. I used a small can as didn't want it to sweet - but there's a larger one if you prefer. I did add a teaspoon of balsamic vinager to mine for a little bit of bite, but since the original recipe did not call for it I left it out. Hope you like it.