I'm not crazy about meatloaf, but my husband is. I do however want to eat it when I do make it, so I found this recipe from What's Cooking magazine, tweaked it a bit to suit my taste and they're not half bad.
This is totally delicious. It is a lower fat version of Potato Gratin. I bake it in a 10" deep dish pyrex pie plate. It is fairly easy with a food processor or mandoline to do the slicing. You will have to use your common sense with the stock when making, as casserole dishes and potatoes vary in size (the stock should come just barely below the surface of the top layer of potato). Fresh Rosemary finely chopped is also delicious.
This is an adaptation of a recipe I found here, Mims & Squims 100% Whole Wheat Buttermilk Pancakes #218671. As I wrote in her review of the "tweaks" I made to suit my husband's and I eating style, I realized it was pretty much a recipe unto it's own, so I'm posting it here as well.
I added approximately 4 TBS dried blueberries to one cup of the batter, but you can add any type of fresh, frozen or dried fruit of your choice.
***Beware of dried fruits with added sugars if you too are watching your sugar intake.
I never could make fried rice, it always turned out sticky and nasty. Until one night when I couldn't sleep, I turned on the tv and watched this infomercial for cookware and they made fried rice. And what do you know, its a good recipe! Only thing good that ever came out of a infomercial, lol. Anyway my whole family loves it and have been asked for the recipe many times. If you have leftover chicken, toss it in too. I've also added hamburger and other veggies with good results too.
For you empty-nesters, who love old fashioned tuna casserole. It's your turn!!! (Note: Zaar software will not recognize the word "pouches", so I used pkgs. of crab in the ingredients.)
Adapted from Country Living magazine.
A wonderful and very elegant dinner party dish, and one that will impress your family and friends! These little parcels can be made ahead of time and frozen uncooked. In France you can buy these ready made in most supermarkets and butchers - but these are so easy to make, that I often make my own. You can also use turkey or veal escalopes - the sauce remains the same. Serve these little parcels with seasonal vegetables, gratin potatoes or rice and pasta.
This incorporates vegetables and it has a fantastic and unique flavor. My toddler loves these and she is getting a hidden source of veggies! I found this in the Taste of Home magazine in the August/September 2008 issue.
There are a ton of these recipes out there, but mine includes delicious and spicy Italian sausage. Quick meal that the kids will love to help out with and of course, eat! Great with a bit of homemade garlic bread and a nice Caesar salad! Can be prepared up to 2 days ahead of time and stored in the fridge, just let it sit 30 mins at room temp. before baking.
Just got this in Penzey's fall 2008 catalog. I might suggest using a little more ground pork, like 3/4 lb (I used gr. turkey). I didn't have pizza seasoning, so I used Sharon123's Recipe #133784. I also added red pepper and sauteed the onions and pepper first. I completely forgot the olive oil, vinegar, garlic and oregano! And it still came out good. Even in the oven, the center of the tortillas were soft and messy, so be careful, and use both hands.
I came across this recipe in the most serendipitous manner...on my way to work going 50mph I saw some trash blowing across the road...it got stuck to my car and I could hear it fluttering all the way to work. When I got out of my car I found a piece of newspaper stuck to my front grill. I took it off and what was it? A torn out page from a week old newspaper that has 4 yummy sounding recipes! Wow. I feel obligated to post them now. This one sites: Cook's Illustrated.
This dish is so simple, maybe others have also thrown this together, but my husband and I really love this. I was searching through the pantry one night when "funds" were low and this is what I came up with. Hope you like it. Adjust measurements to your liking.
UPDATE: I like to add some cooked chicken to this it is really good. I also add fresh spinach to the sauté pan (if I have it on hand) when the mushrooms have a minute or so left and put a lid on it until the spinach wilts. SO GOOD!:)
This recipe comes from Coup de Pouce. Maple beans are something we have as breakfast from time to time. A little bowl is served with some eggs, bacon, sausages... This is what I like to eat when I go for breakfast in restaurants. Posted for ZWT4 If you use vegetable oil, you'll have to add a little bit of salt.