"Tourist Thai", but very tasty - and not a skewer in sight! The prep time includes the minutes the chicken has spent swimming in the marinade. I found this in a 1980's Harrowsmith Cookbook, and do it on occasion with chicken breasts.
This is a recipe I found at Canadian Family and have adapted to my taste The addition of the cooked pork tenderloin is optional. Without the pork it makes an excellent vegetarian meal. It is quick and healthy. Serve over brown rice for a hearty meal.
You can use Sunsweet Lighter Bake butter and oil replacement or make the fruit puree fat replacement or just add apple sauce in-place of the oil if you're looking for lighter fare... this is just the original recipe as given by my friend's wife Linda Tate. Being diabetic, I also use the splenda sugar replacement instead of regular granulated.
This is the quickest and easiest way I've found to make juicy, yummy burgers. I actually make the wine glaze ahead of time and just keep it in the fridge, that way I can easily make one or two burgers without too much hassle! However, be careful in the amount you use: although the proportions in this recipe are fine, I found they don't scale down exactly, so use a bit less of the glaze if you're just making 1 or 2 burgers (i.e. don't just use one quarter or one half of what the recipe says). Taken from Weber's Way to Grill book.
DH and I eat a lot of sweet potatoes-usually baked- so this is special treat for us and can easily be split for only the two of us. It is faster this way than baked and I always have the ingredients on hand. It originally came from Better Homes and Gardens. I have reduced the sugar after Kumquat's kind review.
These are really good with just a touch of spice to them. The hash brown potatoes are nice and crisp and filled with a tasteful egg and cheese mixture with lots of tomatoes. Original recipe from my Southern Cooking book and altered to suit our taste.