Taken from the Duncan Hines website (credited to Stacy3099), these were a hit at our Thanksgiving gathering. Be forewarned: this made 24 regular sized cupcakes AND 12 mini cupcakes (<---the minis were ONLY batter: no pineapple, cherry, butter or brown sugar.) Mine baked for about 25 minutes, as I preheated the oven to 350, then dropped it to 325 after putting them in the oven! Enjoy!
This is an easy recipe. Most of the time is in the marinating. Grill, bake, counter top convection, cook any way you like. My daughter craves these after spending time with an Indonesian family living in Australia. Good hot or Cold!
These mashed potatoes are creamy, fluffy and slightly tangy thanks to the creme fraiche. A ricer is used on the potatoes to make them really smooth, but you could always mash by hand. Simple goodness! From Food & Wine.
*Note: the mashed potatoes can be made ahead of time and kept at room temperature for up to 3 hours. Reheat before serving. (You may need to add a bit more milk.)*
This recipe has been in my family for many years. Originally, we are from Jalisco, Mexico where this Mexican favorite originated. This is better than anything you'll ever get in a "corporate" mexican restaurant in the U.S. Sorry, El Torito...
Prep time does not include marinating time of one hour (min).
Watched Gordon Ramsay make these on Rachael Ray and they looked so good I had to try them - and they rocked! It's from his Healthy Appetite cookbook and they're a regular in my rotation - as soon as drumsticks are on sale, we have them for dinner! Great leftover - if there is any.
Got this in an email; looks very rich, would be perfect for Valentine's Day...Description for the recipe: "This cheesecake is laced with raspberry flavor, from the preserves brushed over the crust, to the creamy filling, to the fresh berry garnish. To make the dessert extra-special for Valentine's Day, use the raspberries to form a heart shape on the top of the cake." *prep time does not include chilling overnight.*
Does 'zaar really need _another_ Brownie recipe? Probably not but this is a wonderful old recipe from the Edith Hansen cook book. It gives a chewy, dense brownie with an old fashioned flavor. Be careful to not overbake it.
The original recipe calls for "part lard if desired" which I have left in as part of the recipe's charm but I always use margarine. Frosting these is gilding the lilly so I don't.