Chicken or turkey, celery, carrots, potatoes, onion in a homemade creamy stock. Remove the meat and go vegetarian! I made this recipe up and I love it. It tastes good at any time of the day and for any meal in any season.
This is a really simple meal that my husband brought back from Hawaii when he was working there 20 years ago. It's one of his all time favaorites. I credit Mrs. Haberman, for turning him on to fruit in a meat dish.
An inexpensive alternative to the more pricey veal. The longer it cooks the richer the sauce gets. I've never cooked it in the crock pot but I suppose you could. My husband is not a fan of dark meat chicken but in this recipe you would think you were eating veal.
I love this seasoning mix and sometimes double it to get more crunch. It came from Better Homes & Gardens Cookbook with only two slight adaptations. I usually have to dry slices of bread in my oven & send them through the food processor to crumb, but I usually have all of these ingredients on hand.
This recipe comes from cooks.com. PERFECT blend of all ingredients that should be commonly found in all kitchens! The butter and brown sugar in this recipe make it unique and SO delicious! MAKE A LOT, because they are so easy to make! THESE WILL GO FAST.
A fast and healthier way to serve Chimichangas than the traditional deep fried. These are very good, and you may dress them up to you own preference. I like to serve with green chile sauce sometimes instead of the picante sauce.
From the Chicago Tribune Magazine. The author adapted this recipe to introduce a young child to ethnic food other than pizza and spaghetti. It is a very mild curry, and my problem adult eater really enjoyed it. Tasty and colorful, it's fast andeasy to whip up.
I love the coconut chicken soup I get at a local Thai restaurant and wanted to try to get something similar at home. Lemongrass is hard to find here, so I played around a bit and I'm pretty proud of how it came out. Quick, easy and tasty! Serve over rice.
"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.