A really great tapa that will get you many compliments. Really simple to make. The original recipe was by Roxanne. I have served this at many of my "Wine and Tapa" parties and was always pleased by the response.
An honorable mention from the State Fair of Texas Prize Winning Recipes cookbook. Hot chicken salad stuffed in rolls topped with potato chips - almost makes a girl salivate to imagine. The original version contained 15 grams of fat per serving - excluding the potato chips! We loved this dish but not the fat so I tweaked it to make it more heart friendly. Should you not want to go to the trouble of stuffing the rolls, the chicken salad by itself is one of the best I've tasted. I made lettuce wraps with some salad that was leftover and it was scrumptious.
I used to call these Hanky Pankies (why is beyond me!). After I made them at my Super Bowl party the first time the Bears won many years ago, it's been a tradition every Super Bowl since. (7/5/07...Note: These are supposed to be served hot and kept warm, if possible. During the holidays I make a double batch and freeze them in large Ziplock bags with layers of wax paper or foil between each layer. Then you have a no-fuss appetizer when people pop by that you don't have to pry apart when you only want to bake a portion of them!)
A great make ahead appetizer,
can also be an accompaniment to an entree,
or serve them with a salad.
This is the best recipe for stuffed small potatoes, try it and see.....
This wonderful recipe was found on a beautiful website: www.finedinings.com
These are so delicious, I have even made this with pork breakfast sausage meat, do not precook the sausage meat for this as the meat will cook when baked --- make a double batch of these and freeze them, they won't last long! You can also add in a couple teaspoons minced yellow onions or a green onion very finely chopped if desired --- *note* this recipe was developed using original Bisquick baking mix, I cannot promise the same results using a clone mix for this.
I don't remember what cookbook this is from. I think it was a compilation of restaurant recipes. These are excellent! They disappear everytime I make them. They are spicy so if you don't like heat, you can try making them without the red pepper flakes.
We always had this at my grandparents on Christmas Eve. A coworker of mine, brought this into work a couple of years ago, and I got this recipe from her. It tastes just like I remember. It's just one of those recipes for me, that brings back memories of childhood. Plus I think it tastes pretty darn good. Cook time includes refrigeration time.
I first had these back in high school - too many years ago to think about now. I've been making them ever since. Now, whenever any of my friends have a get-together, I'm expected to bring them! You've been warned!! They're addictive.