Vermouth or Gruppa flavor the onions, all spun together with rich Swis Gruy'ere Cheese. This version has no potatoes added to the pasta.You could cut back on the high fat by using fat free half and half and omitting the bacon, but why?
Lemon extract and fresh lemons from my very own back yard make this a real family favorite using 4 eggs. The meringue is very high. I would suggest trying my recipe #339607 for your crust or if in a hurry use packaged or frozen crust.
Delish.. Zucchini recipe, with cumin, ground beef,red bell pepper and corn. You can use mexicorn ( 1 each 12 oz. can) instead of corn and red pepper. This recipe comes from an old Country Living Recipe Book. . When I make this for the kids, I omit the cumin. Quick and easy!!
Mrs. Dash seasoning is so fun to experiement with. This simple tuna sandwich gets a unique kick with the addition of Mrs. Dash original seasoning. Bread can be toasted or served plain, with or without additional mayonnise.
Yogurt, black beans and salsa..doesn't get any tastier than this. This recipe comes from a Dannon lid and is always a favorite, even for those "tough guys" that don't like yogurt, mum's the word. If your guests really...really don't like black beans, you can substitute refried beans.
Made with cottage cheese and dill seed. This originates in Driftwood Christian Church in Southern Indiana from years back and made to work in a bread machine. Enjoy. This bread can also be made as a 1 1/2 pound loaf instead of dough.
Broccoli in a light dijon vinegrette. The Black Olives and Feta give it a unique flavor and since you use the stems of the broccoli there is little waste. I found this at an organice vegetable site. Sometimes I use more olives, personal taste.
This dish originated at The Conservatory Restaurant, at the Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town, made by chef Cullingworth. I found this version at the Scrumptious Street Blog and am posting here for ZWT7-Africa.
Flan also known as creme caramel outside of South American countries and the United States, is a custard-based dessert topped with a layer of caramel. Flan originated in Europe and later became very popular in Central and South America. This version of cre'me caramel, retains the custard's lightness, but adds the rich flavor of winter squash for a unique fall or winter desert. It can be served without the carmel sauce or can be made as a pie, by preparing a 9" pie crust (partially baked), then add custard and bake at 450 degrees for 10 min., then lower heat to 325 degrees for 30 min. or until knife comes clean.