This is from the March 08 issue of Southern Living. I was intrigued by the method of this recipe and can't wait to try it....Nutitional info from Southern Living...CALORIES 315; FAT 11.9g (sat 3.9g,mono 5g,poly 1.1g); PROTEIN 29.3g; CHOLESTEROL 65mg; CALCIUM 43mg; SODIUM 369mg; FIBER 0.9g; IRON 4.1mg; CARBOHYDRATE 20.3g
A meatless winner from Betty Crocker. Fast, easy and even my non-green-vegetable eaters shovel this in! Bonus: Low calorie! (Up the cayenne if you want it hotter, or just pass hot sauce at the table.) I also like to toss in some toasted almonds.
I adapted this recipe from one I found in Gourmet Magazine grilling issue. I added a bit more brown sugar to the sauce to take some of the bite out of the Worcestershire. The original recipe called for the shrimp to be broiled in their shells. Today happened to be in the high 90's, so I decided to cook these, peeled, in the sauce over the stove...ANYTHING to not have to turn the broiler on!! I think they turned out great. Next time I think I will definitely try these on the grill.
A very old recipe which I might have found in a Junior League cookbook. Sweet with cinnamon and vanilla but not overpowering so you can still taste the pecans. They're very quick to make and nice to include in gift baskets. This is a simple candy recipe that's much more forgiving than most. Total cooking time is about 15 minutes.
Chicken can be warm or chilled in this salad. This recipe is also a great way to use leftover barbecued chicken. Darlin', the "Southern" part of this dish's name refers to the peaches and chicken, a beloved combination below the Mason-Dixon line, especially when combined with a mustard-creamy dressing. From MSN recipes with my changes.