This is a recipe that I adopted in the Recipezaar restaurant give-away of Feb 2005. I've made it myself a couple times now and think the recipe is fine. I personally like to add about 1/3 cup of chopped green pepper, but it's not necessary--I'm happy to sponsor the recipe as originally written. Cooking time shown is for the stovetop method, which is the one I've followed. I have yet to try the oven method, but according to the original cook it should take about 15-25 minutes longer.
I looked everywhere for an easy baked spaghetti that did NOT use mushrooms or cream of mushroom soup (husband is allergic). I am happy to say I found it. You could add mushrooms, green pepper, olives, etc. to this dish for added variety, but I like it just the way it is! This makes a great family meal...just add a tossed salad and some garlic bread, and dinner is ready in about an hour.
Found this in the Greer Now magazine and it is a wonderful, easy to fix recipe. One that can be doubled if you have a large crowd to feed or want to freeze some up for future use. I used super market rotisserie chicken that was on sale. Great served with a nice garden salad.
A casserole for the nights you have to get a good meal on the table in a hurry. I love casseroles that use good ingredients and is a recipe that you can change to your own taste. You could add some other vegetables to this one. I just love the Dutch-Amish recipes.
This is something I threw together one night after coming home and not knowing what to make for dinner. It is similiar to tamale pie but tasty as well. The nice thing is that it is adaptable to your own tastes.
I got this recipe from the book "Saving Dinner". My family just gobbled it up and my husband said the recipe was a keeper. They had no idea the oats were in there or other healthy things. :) It makes a great easy dinner and I've even served it to company.
This casserole is a great comfort food and makes a good impression if cooking for company. It only has 3 steps to prepare! Who can beat that? I like to double this recipe and freeze one for a future dinner. This is a favorite of my hubby.
From "Grand Slam" of the "Best of Bridge" series. This was a group of ladies in Canada who, many years ago, formed a bridge group in which the cards and food seemed to share equal importance. They decided to put some of their wonderful recipes into a cook book which was published and proved to be a huge succes. They went on to produce at least 5 more cookbooks and it seems they are still friends! I still go to my "Best of Bridge" cookbooks for ideas.
This is a casserole where you get to make it with your choice of seafood. Many times I make this with whatever is on sale at that time. No matter what I've used, it has always turned out great. This is a family favorite, I hope you like it too!
A traditional German recipe that may be an acquired taste for some. This is similar to a quiche, but less eggy. If you can't find bacon you can dice, I think diced Canadian bacon or cooked dice ham would also be nice in this. TIP: If you use kitchen shears to chop up your sauerkraut before adding it to the recipe, it will be easier to cut the pie.
Here kitty, kitty, kitty! Make this for your kids and see what they think! Might be fun to see their reaction...especially if you have a cat or two in the house! Can't you hear it now..."EWWWWWWW...Mom!....This is gross!!!..." Or maybe they'll think it's the best thing you've ever made...Anyway, give it a go! (I think I'd serve it with ketchup or some other sauce on the side...) :)