This layered dip is different from all the rest as it uses ground lamb and tzatziki sauce along with the hummus and fresh veggies. It does not give a recipe for the tzatziki sauce - not sure if you can buy it ready-made or not. If not, I'm sure there is a recipe on this website. Recipe from Food Network magazine.
These are not your typical morning muffins. Yes, you would think that these ingredients do not really go together, but they do! Balsamic vinegar highlights the flavor of strawberries. Some chefs actually say that strawberries are interchangeable with tomatoes because they share many flavor components. Prep time does not include the time for the strawberries to macerate. From the food blog olivetomato
Entered for safe-keeping for ZWT. From Marie Claire. This is the most popular Australian snack, a sure winner at a bake sale. And is it easy! The more traditional Lamingtons have cocoa, but dare to be different. If using cornmeal, pulverize it in a food processor to get a fine flour texture. Preparation time includes 8-hours sitting time.
A very easy and fancy looking dessert. My family was so impressed when I served this as a dessert for our Christmas dinner. If you would like to you can substitute your favorite berries or fruits (Kiwi, peaches,cherries,etc) for the mandarin oranges.
In ND everyone likes bars! These are very addictive. When I first saw them I thought I don't like rice krispies...silly me!
I have found if I eat just one I am back to the kitchen sneaking one after another. My kids love them! So I hope you enjoy them!
When you're in the mood for something sweet, but you want to keep it light, this simple dip really hits the spot. Dipping fresh plump strawberries in the cool and creamy concoction is a fun and delicious way to eat dessert. Found this recipe in a TOH "Meal in Minutes" Magazine and changed to suit our taste just slightly. Hope you enjoy it!!
This is a great Baklava recipe. A friend passed this along to me. I love the combo of apples and walnuts and is a favorite recipe when it's apple picking time. If you don't want to use rum; substitute 2 tablespoons lemon juice and 2 tablespoons lemon rind.
Received this recipe at the Christmas WIne Trail. It is to die for! How many times can chocolate burst into your mouth in a bit of a bubble, savored by every taste bud and then give a bit of a silken smooth refresher as an afterthought. This reipe does it and then some. Enjoy
adopted and shared from the Quincy Cellars Winery
cook time is refrigeration time
This dessert tastes like chocolate truffle candy, so serve it in thin slices. Serve it with the accompanying raspberry sauce and whipped cream, or simply top it with whipped cream and fresh raspberries. This recipe comes from "365 Great Chocolate Desserts" by Natalie Haughton. Prep time does not include chill time.