You can flatten these into patties by hand, use a muffin cup tin or bake in a loaf pan. They taste great but keep an eye on the baking time so they don't get to dried out. These reheated up great in the microwave for about 1-2 minutes and tasted even better on day 2.
I love cooking with soups. Sometimes I like making recipes from scratch but when in a hurry soup does the trick. This comes out of an old Campbell's cookbook called "Cooking with Soup".
This is a fast and easy recipe to make and tastes great to boot. I know cream of shrimp soup is expensive but try not to substitute for another cream soup. It just won't taste the same.
This recipe takes a long time to prepare so start at least 2-3 hours before planning to eat. It can be expensive to make but every mouthful is worth it.
You can use Ricotta Cheese or Cottage Cheese. To save on money I've always used the Cottage Cheese and it taste great.This recipe can be cut in halve.
Got this recipe from the Dynasty website. The Chinese Five-Spice powder gives it that extra bite you're looking for. If you don't have Mirin (Mirin is a sweet rice wine) you can substitute 1 Tb dry sherry +1/2 tsp sugar or white wine + sugar to taste. Hope you enjoy! Serve this with rice or noodles. It doesn't make very much sauce so I would double the sauce. You don't want the rice soaked in sauce just coated with the sauce.
From a 1989 NAHC Wild Game Cookbook. I'm not that crazy about duck but this was pretty good. I have also tried this with chicken which turned out real good also.
Tip: Use regular rubber patches from store-bought rubber repair kits to fix small holes in leaky waders. But for extra protection cover the patches with duct tape. This gives added protection and adheres to a larger area than the patch alone. The waders should stay leak free and the thick rubber patch won't snag on anything and pull off.
I found this in the "Aldi" flyer and website. I wasn't too sure about making this but I thought what the heck I'll give it a try. Glad I did. Smelled good while cooking and tasted great. I didn't have an apple and I used cheddar cheese instead of Swiss. When the Spaetzle was done I chopped into smaller pieces. My neighbor came over after supper and couldn't stop saying "mmmm that smells good".
I had this recipe in my "to make file" since 2005. I finally made it today. I'm still trying to figure out why I waited so long to make this. Simply delicious. Hope you don't wait as long as I did to try this recipe. I used dried parsley, regular mayo and regular yogurt because that's all I had on hand; it was still delicious.