I used small Italian frozen meat balls if you use larger meatballs you may want to defrost them first. This is so quick & easy and very tasty - nice served with pasta. My favorite BBQ sauce with thei recipe Is Diane's original
These are just a generic meatball. When you scan the ingredients, it doesn't look like much, but they are delicious. You can make them, cook them, and freeze them. Then take them out of the freezer for anything that requires a meatball. Yes! even spaghetti. They don't look like Italian meatballs and they are not--no garlic or parmesan cheese, but they sure are good with spaghetti. Also, they are good with barbeque sauce, Swedish meatballs, meatball soup, etc.
The word "tapa" in Spanish means top or cover (there are other meanings) Spain has many bars - one for every 120 persons. They are usually small and run by families. Coffee, water, soft drinks and liquor. They serve food also. They have the time and ingredients for these small dishes. In the early days tapas were served on small dishes placed as a cover over drinks. The tapas were small and sometimes they were free or sold for a small price. Today the dishes are larger and expensive. (4) recipes of the most commonly found tapas all over Spain.
The "Witchery" restaurant in Edinburgh is located in a building where the "Old Hell Fire Club" used to hold their meetings. The restaurant serves Steak Balmoral, made with a whisky sauce. Here's the recipe.
Last year I posted this recipe from another Weight Watchers member at a meeting. With the helpful comments from other 'Zaar' members, I made some adjustments. If you like cabbage rolls but not the work of making them, this is a perfect recipe for you. There is a similar recipe posted on the 'Zaar', but this one has a few differences and is worth the try.
This is a tasty under 30 minute meal perfect for a busy day and made with ingredients usually on hand. The recipe serves the meat mixture in pitas, but flour tortillas or lettuce wraps would be a good choice too. The recipe is from Family Circle magazine.
This became "Barbara's" after some tweaking of a recipe in "Monday to Friday Cookbook" by Michele Urvater, when friends starting asking for "your" flank steak dinner. It is one of my favorite meals. Good microwave-reheated for lunch too . Take the slices of rare to medium rare steak off, then microwave veggies and rice, return steak slices. The hot rice and veggies warm up the thin steak slices without over-cooking them.
These scrumptious pies will not last! I usually make the filling the day before to give it the time needed to both cook and to cool down. With the filling ready made, these are quickly assembled and baked.