Most recipes for chilled potato soup have lots and lots of heavy cream thus fat. This recipe is very simple to put together and very low in fat. As it chills it becomes super thick and creamy. After having tried this both chilled and at room temperature, I highly recommend room temperature. The recipe is from William-Sonoma Essentials of Healthy Cooking.
This is a recipe that I found on the inmamaskitchen website, posted by Margaret Walker, which I am posting here for the Zaar World Tour event. It appealed to me because it is very similar to the potato salad recipe that my mom made for our summertime picnics and potluck gatherings. There is a note at the berginning of the instructions that states there are many varieties of deli-style mustards, and it is best that you not use a smooth mustard for this recipe, but rather you should use a mustard that has a trace of seed still in it.
Delicious roast chicken dish from Bon Appetit. The recipe doesn't call for garlic, but I add garlic to everything. I usually quarter the orange after I zest it and put it in the cavity for a little more citrus flavor. The sauce is subtle but good.
So this is my great grandmothers recipe. My Great Grand Parents owned the only shop in town, she sold slices to ladies for afternoon tea. My grandmother was handed this recipe and so on until it has come to me. I now make this for my DH and 4 children - this is their FAVOURITE cake of all time. As the 4th generation to hold and use this recipe and am looking forward to passing this on to my children.
Another great dressing/marinade from Good Seasons, using their Italian Salad Dressing Mix. They recommend it atop a salad with chicken, fruit and nuts or as a marinade for asparagus, shrimp or chicken. Super fast and easy!!!
It looks fancy but it's so easy!! Cooking time does not count the hours of cooling in the oven. It would work best making the meringue either the night before or early in the day then finish just before serving.
I'm posting this recipe for ZWT5. it comes from a lovely cookbook "Dine Around The World", a gift from a friend many years ago.
From the book :" One hundred years ago, a Hungarian lady brought recipes to Sydney, but nobody could understand their Hungarian names. So this roll was called Kangaroo Pie, because filling it reminded people of a kangaroo filling its pouch."
It doesn't specify the fish to use, but I would use hake, cod, tilapia, or similar.