This is the recipe you've been looking for! It makes a perfect sesame chicken. This excellent recipe comes out perfect every time with little fuss and inexpensive ingredients you probably have on hand. This recipe is truly restaurant quality... try it, you won't be disappointed! (Recipe courtesy of "Reykjaviky" at All Recipes)
This is an easy way to make a chicken potpie-like dish minus the crust. Sauteed chicken breast is served over smashed baby red potatoes and is then covered with a cream sauce with carrots and peas added to it. Bake some biscuits to go along with this dish and you have comfort food to please everyone in your family.
This has become a family favorite - I found this recipe on a bag of tater tots several years ago. This is very similiar to a Chicken Pot Pie with a Tater Tot topping instead of bread. It makes a great one dish meal with a salad and bread.
Posted in response to a recipe request. Found in an online search. The amounts of pasta and Alfredo sause were not designated, so I estimated. Prep time and servings is also an estimate. A positive spin would be: The recipe calls on one's cooking knowledge and judgment to complete this dish! :D It sounds good and I'm going to try this soon!
To me Fannie Farmer's recipe is the only "real" Macaroni & Cheese. It's from my 1946 edition of "Fannie Farmer's Boston Cooking School Cookbook". With time on it's side - this recipe is hands down the best for traditional, homemade baked macaroni & cheese - comfort food.
Please Note: If you use CHEAP CHEESE you will end up with a BLAND and FLAVORLESS DISH!
Courtesy Alton Brown from The Food Network.
Special equipment: 4 (18-inch) squares aluminum foil. Recipe has been edited to reflect reviewers comments... the Zaar robot thought 1 quart meant 1/4 cup of vegetable broth and I didn't catch it the first time. I've changed it to the proper 4 cups broth.
My mom makes this lasagna for our family, usually in the winter. This summer she took it for Homecoming at church and it got rave reviews from everyone. Needless to say, she took home a somewhat clean pan. Serving sizes and yield are approximate, because you'll probably want a couple of pieces. Also, the sauce can be prepared and refrigerated or frozen for later use. You OAMC people could divide it into two 8" pans and freeze one.
My fave Chinese restaurant has the BEST lo mein I ever put across my lips. It's simple, cheap, and very filling if you need that kinda dish. This can be made for literally pennies and everyone will appreciate this because it can be dressed up or dressed down. Cook and prep times approximate.