No fructose corn syrup. Can make an infinite combination of desired flavors…and better than store-bought, but be aware that these will be a tad softer. The last ingredient should read "white or chocolate chips".
This is a delicious dish best made with fresh broad beans and mountain-cured Serrano ham. It works best with large spring onions or scallions, which have a gentler flavour than normal onions. I'm guessing at times. Posted for Zaar World Tour III
This is a favorite of one of my friends. She keeps a pitcher in the refrigerator for drop-in company. It's a pretty bright blue - just like windex. We usually just add a smidge of lime juice, otherwise we think it is too tart.
One of the great things about making your own fries (in addition to being much less fattening than those you eat out) is that you can tailor them to your preference using herbs and seasonings. Feeling like some garlic fries today? Simply sprinkle them with some garlic, salt (or garlic salt) and a touch of parsley. Add some Parmesan and crushed red pepper flakes and you have these Italian fries. Lake spicy Cajun fries? Hit them up with some Cajun seasoning. Or sprinkle them with some fresh garlic and rosemary and you'll be in for a different treat. The important think to remember is that you need only a touch of olive oil to create the perfect fries. From The Most Decadent Diet Ever cookbook by Devin Alexander, author of The Biggest Loser Cookbook.
Although the idea for this recipe came from the 2009 Fix-It and Forget-It: Our Best Slow-Cooker Recipes, it's not terribly recognizable here! That doesn't, however, make it any the less tasty! The listed cooking time is for the slow cooker on HIGH!
This light and tasty salad recipe was given to me by a co-worker MANY years ago. I have made it SO many times, it would be hard to believe there are very many out there who haven't gotten a copy !! It doubles (or more) easily. 5/09 UPDATE : Hadn't prepared for a few years, and now have GREEK YOGURT available - works well with mayo. This time I added juice of 1/2 lemon -- added nice fresh tingle !
Adapted from Cooking Light- September 2009. The original called for trout, but I often can't find it here, so I made this with Rockfish. I think any flaky white fish would work fine. I served this with orzo, to catch the sauce, but rice would work equally well.