I found this recipe on a bag of baby Dutch yellow potatoes that I recently bought for a different recipe. THIS recipe sounded so good that I changed my menu and prepared this instead. It was a hit with my family. Although it states "baby DUTCH yellow potatoes", I'm sure that this would work as well with any variety of baby potatoes. I haven't tried it with larger potatoes cut down to size. I used fresh lemon juice and I really think that this made the recipe so I can't vouch for it if you use the bottled stuff.
I've recently discovered that I LOVE crab. This is just a spinoff of Hey Jude's Recipe #191814. I make this lower cal/carb/fat by using Fiber Gourmet pasta and just a bit of reduced calorie margarine, but I kick up the flavor with LOTS of garlic, basil, and veggies. Fee free to add more butter if you want it richer!
This recipe calls for king crab legs but Dungeness also works really well. It's best to use frozen crab so that you can defrost it on your own schedule. Also, add in other stuff, such as sliced green onions or fresh basil leaves or even sliced jalapeno peppers if you like. This is a Chicago Tribune recipe.
This is a creamy, rich, dinner party type soup. Yet it's so easy to make and so delicious that I make it often. Don't be put off by the amount of garlic, as it cooks so long it becomes mellow and smooth tasting. I got the original recipe for this from the Epicurious website, but have made several changes and additions.
Felt like Mexican, but not really...so I came up with this! Servings are hearty. Serve in taco shells or tortillas with mozzarella, parmesan, and ricotta cheeses, olives, and more fresh veggies! I use extra lean turkey to keep the fat lower. Be sure to use a large skillet, or even a stock pot, as this makes a lot.
I was looking for something to make for dinner as I had not made it to the store, and this is what I came up with. Nice and light and extremely flexible, add what suits your fancy! We enjoyed - hope you do too