I needed to use up some applesauce so I tried this recipe from Christmas with Paula Deen. I did sift my ingredients, but I didn't grate my own fresh nutmeg (there's a kitchen gadget to put on my list). I used real butter instead of shortening. The house smells delicious, and this is great with vanilla ice cream!
I didn't see this one posted.. this meatloaf is AWEsome, i have made it too many times to count, do make sure you don't skip the basting process.
I also use the extra sauce( skimmed of fat) and put it over some cooked egg noodles or rice.. YUMM. This also makes a great cold sandwich the next day.
On a side note i did saute the onions a bit before adding them, just my personal preference
This recipe, from "The Deen Family Cookbook" is different from most in that Paula has added cubed beef which makes it even heartier and suitable for a main course if you add a big slalad and crispy French bread alongside. She uses big, sweet vidalia onions for this soup, saying they give the broth the richest, most delicious flavor.
I found this recipe on Food Network's website and couldn't believe it wasn't on Zaar! This is a super simple fried shrimp recipe from Paula Deen. I tried this on my shrimp the other night and it was delicious. I also fried some chicken tenders in the batter and they were delicious as well. Make sure you let the beer/flour mixture sit for a few hours before using it.
These burgers take a little more time than regular ones, but they are so worth it! I saw Paula Deen make this on TV and they just made my mouth water...and I'm not really that fond of hamburgers. ;-) But these are so juicy and wonderful...I hope you enjoy! Note: These took a little longer to make than the suggested 8-10 minutes per side, but I used 2 lbs of beef for really BIG burgers and I also used my electric skillet, so maybe that made a difference too.
On the day before Thanksgiving I got a frantic call from my best friend. She needed Paula Deen's Broccoli Casserole recipe! I looked on Zaar and couldn't find it so I am posting it now. She says it is the BEST broccoli casserole. I have to take her word for it since I haven't made it.
This is a fabulous, easy to make recipe I found in the "Cooking with Paula Deen" magazine - a sure winner for all those who love chocolate and butterfingers! The only thing I do differently with all my cake mixes is to use buttermilk in place of the water.
Thank you Paula Deen! Hubby just happened to be watching with me one day when she made these and it will always be requested in our home! It's very easy to make and such a fun twist on a plain cheesecake. It's a must try!