My niece made these for our 4th of July party and they were gone before dessert was even served! Everyone loved them and kept going back for one more of "those pretzel things"! So easy to make- a definite for my Christmas cookie baskets.
Out of a WW cookbook called "In Season" dated 1999. The longer they marinate the hotter their flavor gets. This make-ahead salad transports well for all those outdoor Barbecues. Cooking time is chill time. Hope you enjoy!
This is out of one of my old 2000 weight watchers cookbooks called, "Just like home". There is 8 points for 1 patty and about 6 tablespoons of gravy. This was marked in my book to make again. (That means DH really liked it). I have served it with noodles and mashed potatoes. Hope you enjoy!
"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.
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.
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.
Love these moist burgers that don't even need a bun! (although my kids still eat them as a "traditional" burgers with ketchup on a bun) Weight Watcher's only 5 points (without a bun) and they don't taste like traditional "diet" burgers!
This is how we cook ham for the holidays guys. Check baking time for the size of ham you have; this is just how to prepare it. All sizes are different. You can use a boneless ham but it's not as good, and may need more cloves. Save the bone for bean soup.
Cook's Illustrated. "Try to choose 10- to 12-ounce split chicken breasts with skin intact. If split breasts are of different sizes, check the smaller ones a few minutes early to see if they are cooking more quickly, and remove them from the skillet if they are done ahead. Brown ale gives this sauce a nutty, toasty, bittersweet flavor. Newcastle Brown Ale and Samuel Smith Nut Brown Ale are good choices."
Many attempts at Shepherd's Pie have been forced down by my willing gastronomical guinea pigs. Some of these attempts didn't even make it that far. Finally, I cracked the code to a delicious, rustic, and authentic (if you use lamb) Shep... that is nothing short of amazing simplicity.