I love savory meat pies (must be my partly Canadian heritage) and I love the annual Taste of Home cookbooks! Here's a variation of a meat pie that includes a little "kick" of chili sauce, lightened by the substitution of ground turkey breast for the ground beef...From the 1999 Annual Taste Of Home cookbook, placed here for safekeeping!...Serve with steamed vegetables for a complete meal!
This recipe is courtesy of Robin, it is my BF's absolute favorite, he could eat this for breakfast lunch and dinnner. To speed up the recipe you can just buy a bag of Simply Potatoes (homestyle work best). Great for camping, cut everything up ahead of time, cook the potatoes and then store in ziplocks in your cooler till ready to cook. Edit: due to the last review, I wanted to make sure you knew to use Franks Red Hot, which is a lot different from Tabasco sauce. It isn't quite as strong, but it still has quite a kick to it, so start out with just a small amount and then add more to your taste. Enjoy!
Linguine with bacon, spinach and pine nuts in a creamy garlic sauce. This recipe is from Taste of Home. The only change I would make is to cut back on the amount of cream cheese, to me, it almost overpowered the garlic flavor. I will make it again though, very good!
This pie makes a lovely light supper dish. It takes very little time to put together and bake. Serve it with your favorite salad. This recipe is adapted from a cookbook by The Sons of Italy Florida Foundation.
This comes from the Peking House restaurant in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Easily adaptable to what you have on hand, including any meat you like, or use tofu. The cook times are approximate since none were given. It cooks fast, though, if you are using all leftover rice, eggs, and meat, which this recipe assumes. If you have to cook the meat, scramble eggs, etc. then it will take longer. It's best to use leftover rice.
This recipe comes from The Blue Owl Restaurant and Bakery in historic Kimmswick, MO. My daughter named it "Football Soup" because we always make it when we have a crowd over watching the game after church! Incredibly easy, freezes beautifully, and my bean hating husband even loves it. I add an extra can of green chilies for more flavor. You can make it without the chicken for a cheaper meatless meal, and you can make it without the monterey jack cheese for a low-fat, less thickened soup (but the cheese adds a lot of flavor!)
This recipe is a regular in our house and is one of my family's favourite dinners --- I have listed some additions on bottom of the recipe that may be added to the ground beef mixture but that is only optional ---prep time does not include cooking the potatoes
I adopted this recipe from Zaar some time ago and finally got round to trying it myself. It's quick and simple and full of fresh flavours. I prefer using basil but the original recipe stated parsley so I left it here for you to choose. Try adding some sliced black olives, fried or marinated mushrooms or sun blush tomatoes at the end.
I adapted this recipe from one a friend's Mother gave me over 25 years ago. Since I am such a recipe fiend I have tried many different and delicious pork chop recipes, but this is the one my family always loves and asks for. And it is so simple to make.