This recipe will serve about 3 people, I most always double all amounts and cook for 11-12 minutes --- give this a try using fresh cooked corn off the cob or well drained canned corn niblets may also be used :)
After watching Rachael Ray prepare her cold sesame noodles on TV, I tried it out myself and ended up tweaking it a bit before I was done. These noodles are usually half eaten before they get a chance to cool down!
I've been craving alfredo sauce lately, and this is the best non-dairy substitute I've found! Don't tell your family it contains tofu, I bet they'll never guess! The recipe is from www.veganchef.com. You can reduce the soy parmesan to make it healthier, although I wouldn't go below 1/2 cup because it does add a lot of the flavor.
This is my version of the Pampered Chef Baked Potato soup found in their Main Dishes Cook book. It is pretty much the same except for more bacon and I have also added my experience of making it in a crock pot. The color isn't quite as nice with the crock pot but it still tastes good.
I saw this recipe on 30 Minute Meals by Rachael Ray on the Food
Network. It looked so good I had to try it out. I have to say, it tastes as
good as it looks! It really does only take 30 minutes, maybe less once
you get used to making it and don't have to take the time to look at the
recipe. On the show, she makes her own tomato sauce, but I just used a
jar sauce, which takes less time and tastes just as good.
A favorite among kids and kids at heart is the Colonel's Macaroni and cheese which was originally made fresh daily. Now it comes premade and is cooked in an oven like it originally was when it was made fresh. This was sent to a recipe group, AARestaurant_Recipes, by tabbitha.
This rich and creamy lobster dish can satisfy a seafood lovers palate, without breaking the bank. I bake this in a pie plate and serve alongside of steak, rice and cole slaw; a delicious, cheaper version of "surf and turf". Can be easily served as a main dish.