This combination is so autumnal. Roast your own chestnuts if you wish or you can buy cooked vacuum-packed chestnuts at specialty stores. This is rich, filling risotto from Food and Drink. This will serve two as a main course, or four as a side dish. :)
This is my absolute favourite dish to order when eating out. I found this on the web, posted by Amelie in Quebec, and it sounds like the real deal. Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005, I have not tried to make this one yet!
Hope you enjoy!
A very pretty, light, moist tea cake. IF you use the tube or bundt pan, you can use the center as a flower vase by picking fall flowers, wrapping them in a wet towel and place in the center of the cake. I think this recipe originally came from an old Inn cookbook.
As with most chowders, this is much better served the second day. Let it sit in the fridge overnight, reheat and serve! Sometimes I will add some crushed red pepper when I saute the onion. The Maine shrimp can be substituted with other small shrimp.
The hazelnuts can be replaced with chopped almonds or walnuts and multi-coloured glace cherries and mixed peel instead of cranberries. We prefer the cranberries and hazelnuts. Freezes well and is nice to have available over the holiday season.
This recipe is orginally a raisin drop cookie recipe but i ommited the raisins, cinnamon and vanilla and this is what you get.
Recipe may be double since it is only 1/4 of the orginal recipe
If mixture is still dry after adding all ingridents add a small amount of milk or water to moisten it up.
I found the original recipe for this cookie in Family Circle Magazine. I didn't have the ingredients that the recipe called for so I made a couple of changes and here is the result. It's really a very moist and chewy cookie. Baking time is for each cookie sheet. Recipe posted on March 13th, 2006.
I love this chicken! It couldn't be any easier. It is so simple and yet so delicious. I always keep the ingredients for this recipe on hand, so that on a busy night I can just whip this chicken together and serve with minute rice.I made this chicken once during a commerical and made it back in time to the tv to not miss my show! Now that is my kind of dinner. Then when the next commerical came around I went into the kitchen and chopped up the tomatoes so that they would be ready to top the chicken with when it came out of the oven! Try this recipe, it will definetly be a new favourite of yours!
This is my version of "The Stubbs", which is a breakfast sandwich named after former Dallas Cowboys player Daniel Stubbs, and is from the Coppell Deli, which became a Dallas, TX mini-legend in the early to mid-1990s as the favorite breakfast place of several Cowboys players. We usually eat this as dinner, as these sandwiches are pretty big...just like everything in Texas!
I found this in the Sunday coupon inserts of the Houston Chronicle, and after changing it up just a smidgen, we really enjoy it as a quick and easy and inexpensive meal! It's a drier casserole, so if you like creamy ones, you may want to add more milk. I'm just posting my version. I think you could probably make this with tuna for a yummy variation, also! I hope you enjoy!