This has been a favorite for years. The yogurt makes for less fat, but can also be made with sour cream if you like. I sometimes use left over cold coffee or mix up a half cup of instant coffee. It does not have a strong coffee flavor so those who are not coffee drinkers will enjoy it same as those who are.
This cake is not for the faint of heart. My friends and I created this during an all-night party where we wanted to stay up. It gets stronger in the fridge, so watch out. The grounds add a subtle crunch.
This is a full flavor chili! Don't omit the brewed coffee, it adds flavor to the chili... serve with sour cream and cheddar cheese on the side. This is even better if made a day ahead, the flavors really intensify.
I got this recipe from Veggie Life Magazine and it is great. If you use molasses in this recipe, use 2/3 cup coffee and add 1/3 cup water. chipotle chiles are smoked jalapeno peppers, available dried or canned (often these are in adobo sauce). You can find this at Wal*mart or at Mexican markets.
Here's a change of pace for your marinated chicken breasts! Sweet and aromatic, the sauce on this chicken is tasty for dinners all year long. Prep time includes marination. Adapted from a recipe in from "Simply Classic," by the Seattle Junior League.
This makes the best barbecue chicken on the planet. The extra effort of making the marinade is a definite payoff. The sweet mustard glaze gives the grilled chicken a wonderful crisp coating. The chicken does need to marinate overnight so plan ahead. This mustard sauce is also fantastic on pork chops. MAKE AHEAD: The sauce can be safely stored in a lidded jar in the refrigerator for a month. WINE: The sweet barbecue sauce mate well with a full-bodied, fruity grenache such as Domaine Lafond Roc-Epine Lirac Blanc 2004 or an off dry fruity Reisling such as the very easy to drink 2002 Reisling - Domaine Fernand Engel.
I saw this made on Good Morning America and the hosts were drooling all over themselves. It does sound good but I haven't yet made it. This recipe is supposed to be a la the old west on the trail. You may substitute chicken breasts, legs or thighs for the cut up chicken.
Recently adopted this abandoned recipe and began making some small modifications. Despite being nearly fat free, this recipe yields a moist and fudgy brownie that is sure to cure your chocolate cravings.
I love this sauce because its thin and doesn't have a base of ketchup or mustard. Its a real barbecue marinade/sauce and made to tenderize any meat before grilling. You may also baste lightly while grilling and then serve some on the side with your meal. I found this recipe in the newspaper years ago.