This recipe is intended to be used in my "Spinach Salad with Shrimp" recipe, which is also in the data base. However, it could be tossed with a variety of things such as boiled potatoes, asparagus, broccoli, or any spinach salad.
This version of Carrot Slaw was adapted from three different recipes, and a big hit at a dinner party, with an immediate recipe request. There are some big flavors in these carrots, and this is actually better the next day.
A small spin on a classic Italian dessert. This excellent summer dessert takes no time at all to prepare and is always a cool and refreshing pleaser. Be sure to use a good balsamic vinegar - remember your recipes are only as good as your ingredients!
Rich, not-too-sweet chocolate ice cream with tangy undertones pairs with a slightly sour cherry sauce. A taste sensation you won't find at the local ice cream shop! Prep time includes active cooking time, cooking time includes chilling, freezing in ice cream machine and freezer time.
Here is a quick and easy chicken dish that can be thrown together in a few minutes and will impress your dinner guests as if you have been in the kitchen all day. Every time someone new tries this they insist it is the best chicken they have had. It also provides a wonderful aroma with the balsamic vinegar and clilantro mixture when cooking.
This is a quick, lite cucumber salad. The balsamic vinegar adds a zing! I made this recipe because I was looking for quick healthy snack and because mom keeps telling me to eat my veggies! :) Many cucumber salads call for very thin slices which adds to prep time. Here you just dice them quickly!
A nice variation of stuffed zucchini drizzled with a sweet balsamic glaze. This recipe could work as a first course, main dish or side, whatever you're in the mood for! This recipe was created for the Ready, Set, Cook! contest.
Bear with me on these, this is one of those recipes that I just throw together and don't really know the exact amount of ingredients I use. So I took a gander here, the best I can tell you is keep tasting and add more of this or that until you get the taste you like. Once you do I promise these will be a BIG hit, they are DELICIOUS! I have made them both cold and warm--I prefer them cold. Enjoy.