Cheese and onion are old friends and were made to go together. This delicious savory pie is super easy to prepare with store-bought sheets of puff pastry, and is great for brunch, or for dinner with a large tossed salad. From the "Everyday Vegetarian".
This is delicious. It satisfies my craving for lo-mein. I have made with chicken and shrimp as well, just adjust the ramen noodle flavor to match. From WW cookbook Cooking for Two, it makes a HUGE 10 points serving. I am satisfied with 1/2 a serving.
This onion tart is always a success, as an appetizer, lunch or part of a buffet. I also make it for us as a main-course and serve it with a salad. What I really like about it is the cheese in the pastry. Serve it warm or cold, both is nice but you might have a preference. I found this recipe in 1978 and it is from Delia Smith.
Every once in awhile one has to indulge that craving for fried...From Quick and Simple magazine, July 2006. The original recipe deep fries the chicken but since I don't own a deep fryer I pan fried the chicken instead. This is great with plum sauce!
(I wonder what this would be like with tofu...??)
It is so easy to transform plain old sugar cubes into something beautiful. These look so pretty on the table for a tea or other special occasion. Even the kids can help! Time is approximate - depends on how elaborate you want to make these.
Author Nicolae Klepper says that mititei were invented one evening at an inn called La Iordachi in Bucharest, known for its sausages, when the kitchen ran out of casings. Originally published in Saveur in 1998. Cooking time includes five hours chilling time.