Chicken pie has always been a favourite of mine. From the cheap frozen ones I ate as a child to this: a creamy version with mushrooms and leeks, topped with puff pastry.
I suppose that actually makes it a pot pie, the fact that it just has a pastry topping and no bottom. What's in a name though: it's still delicious.
This came into my inbox today from About.com, and I just had to share it. It looks like an easy and healthy weeknight dinner. They recommend mopping up the juices with some whole grain bread. I think this might be even better with some spices sprinkled on top along with the cheese, maybe basil and oregano.
This quick and easy dish uses all those aromatic ingredients that draw people into the kitchen to see what's for dinner. It's an easy sauté of garlic, onions, coloured peppers, and tasty chicken sausage, served with your favorite pasta. Use the chicken sausage of your choice, including sausages flavored with herbs, sun-dried tomatoes, apples, or spices.
This is easy, tasty, and can be made with sugar free preserves. My DH and I love cinnamon so this glaze fits the bill. If you cannot buy a large ham steak, the thin ones work almost as well. Or you might buy a half ham and slice it into steaks at home. I have also just fried the steak on the stove, and then added the glaze to it.
This recipe is actually from my partner, Dean Ramsey. This is a DELICIOUS way of serving pork chops, and the sauce should act as a gravy over white rice, wide egg noodles or mashed potatoes. If you have any questions, you can e-mail me: AlanLeonetti@q.com
Excellent balance of flavors and super easy. Great flavor without the smoke from high heat blackening. No need to heat a cast iron skillet to surface temps of the sun for this one. You can use your non stick pan on medium. Not a true blacken but exceptional flavor just the same. I recommend using Emerils Essence for the creole seasoning. Got this little treasure from a package insert of tilapia fillets.
I've only seen a couple of recipes on here for Grilled Ham Steak and thought this would help. This is not a sweet sauce to put on your ham steak, but it will take away the saltiness from the steak. My sister thought it was pretty good and she is an excellent cook. This recipe is from another webiste as I could not find one on Recipe*zaar that I could use at the time. This recipe is from Cooks(dot)com.