This recipe uses cake mix and a few extras to make a moist and rich cake that is easy to travel with. There is no icing, but I would recommend a cream cheese icing if you just have to have one :) Made for Dining on a Dollar Recipe Contest 2013.
This BBQ sauce will stick to your ribs! You can also use it for chicken and pork, heck, just about any meat. If grilling, put sauce on during the last few minutes so it doesn’t just burn on your grill. Serve additional sauce on the side.
I am a fan of soda cakes anyway, so I thought it would be fun to make one with a few new twists. Applesauce replaces half of the fat in the cake, while ketchup and maple syrup add a nice kick to a delicious cake. The English Toffee pieces add a wonderful texture and crunch. Very easy to make and tastes just as delicious (if not more so!) the next day.
February 24Th is National tortilla day and what better way to celebrate along with National Chili Day on the 28TH. Leftovers can be spread over a layer of cream cheese topped with shredded cheese, warmed then topped with salsa, sour cream, jalapenos.... served with tortillas Made for Dining on a Dollar.
This is for people who like to marinade their meats. I roasted the meat, because I felt this was the best way to treat the meat. Don't be fooled by the amount of time to marinade or cook the meat, it's one of those things that you can put aside while doing laundry or other household chores. Marinading is not included in the cooking or prep time.
The *must use* ingredient for this contest was a real challenge for me since I am in the apparent minority that does not like the American kitchen staple known as ketchup or (catsup). All at. Not even a little. I had also never used, nor heard of, one of the list ingredients, Ponzu Lime Citrus Dressing. However my adventurous spirit took over, and I came up with this delicious, decidedly NOT gourmet, take on Swiss steak. The steak was so tender you could cut it with a fork.
Okay you may have tried Cabbage Patch Stew in the past but in this recipe the black-eyed peas combine with the cabbage to make a hearty and delicious meal. The dish is made lighter by using lean turkey and delicious chicken stock.
Succulent chicken drumsticks that are falling off the bone in a delicious Ponzu based Sauce. Serve over rice or sesame noodles, accompanied by a cup of green tea for a delicious, satisfying and easy dinner. Created for the "Dining on a Dollar" contest.
The recipe for these egg rolls came about because of a food.com contest listing specific ingredients. Therefore, some of the ingredients are not the "norm" for egg rolls! They turned out to be very yummy and were quite easy to make. There is a bit of prep work, but nothing difficult. Made as a test recipe on Super Bowl Sunday, and they were quite the hit at our party. You can freeze these after rolling and cook later. Optional frying or baking instructions are given. This makes 21 egg rolls, serving 7 people with 3 egg rolls. The time for the filling to drain is not included in the prep time. Cooking time is for the frying method. If baking, increase by 10 or 11 minutes.
I am trying to reduce the amount of red meat my family eats so this spicy/sweet chili recipe is heavier on the beans. Also, I use no fat other than what the meat renders. Yes, the ingredients list is long, but it’s mostly seasonings and it makes for a chili that’s BIG on flavor. And you’ll just have to trust me on the addition of the cinnamon and cloves – they’ll be your ‘secret’ ingredients from now on. ;-)
In the midst of winter I have come up with a barbecued flavour for stuffed green peppers that has ketchup and maple syrup together to make a zesty combination for chicken and beans that cannot be beat for its taste appeal when it is cold outside.
It's family night and everyone is hungry, now! It's a good thing that you have that round steak in the fridge because you know just what to do, make BBQ beef sandwich's. Tangy, sweet, and ready in under 30 mins because you get the beef ready while the sauce is simmering. This is just the right thing when you want something quick and easy. Just pull out the potato salad you made yesterday and the pickled asparagus. In your families eyes you just became Wonder Woman and you don't even need to wear that skimpy little costume.
I made Japanese Keema curry which is called "Dry Curry" with black eyed peas, ground beef and some vegetables (including one of budget ingredients, green bell pepper). To make this curry more delicious, I added cocoa powder which birings out rich flavor and makes the dish savory. This curry also goes well with rice.
Sloppy Joes in a crockpot—just the thing for busy moms and dads or for the BIG game! I love the fact that all the ingredients that you usually would put on top of your sloppy joes is already in the recipe. Cooking time is using the slow cooker (crock pot) .