I ran across this and couldn't resist keeping it. It's is posted for ZWT 3, Mexico and sounds like a great, different muffin. It doesn't give the yield but I *think* it will be about 24 big muffins, total guess.
This creamed ham is delicious on grits or rice, or serve it over toast, hot split biscuits, or baked puff pastry shells. Feel free to use peas and carrots in place of the peas, or add a little chopped pimiento for extra flavor and color. From: Southern U.S. Cuisine
This is a family favorite I use what is left over from a roast. It is so easy to make and always comes out wonderfully! For a hot dinner ready when you get home from work this is great just throw everything in the crock pot and let is do the cooking for you! Plus it uses up that left over roast if you have carrots or potatoes cooked in with the roast you can throw those in also if you wish. Hope you enjoy!
A fast and healthier way to serve Chimichangas than the traditional deep fried. These are very good, and you may dress them up to you own preference. I like to serve with green chile sauce sometimes instead of the picante sauce.
I love tamale pie but as a solo chef rarely make it. Found this recipe to be the perfect solution and it will easily double for larger families. The tamale topping on this is light and fluffy and complements the hearty beef filling underneath.
I make this so often, that I thought it was about time I posted the recipe! This amusingly named dish is basically traditional British fried leftovers, and probably enjoyed more than the original vegetables were I think! In fact, I have been known to cook the vegetables in order to make the Bubble and Squeak! The name is thought to originate from the noise it makes whilst cooking in the frying pan - bubbling and squeaking, whatver the reason, this simple dish is delicious and a wonderful way to "fry up" your leftover spuds and greens! I like to season mine with lots of freshly ground black pepper. This is a traditional post-Christmas breakfast dish - but don't wait until then to make this. Excellent if served as part of an English breakfast with bacon and eggs, or as a light supper dish.
Simple old-fashioned chicken salad which is perfect for sandwiches or stuffing tomatoes. Although the recipe calls for boiling uncooked chicken leftover chicken would also work fine and give wonderful flavor to the chicken salad. Recipe source: local newspaper
With St. Patricks Day just passing I thought I'd share this old corned beef hash recipe. It was my mom's and it is plain and easy, but is so good the next day with fried eggs on top and rye bread toast! I know people add stuff to hash, but this simple hash is always good.
This is a delicious sandwich and a great way to use up leftover steak --- I really don't even bother measuring out the exact amounts, the amounts I have listed I think are pretty close to what I use when I make this sandwich, you may adjust the ingredient amounts to suit taste, and to save some time you can fry the onions and mushroom/garlic mixture well in advance --- it's not really necessary to brown the bread, I like to do so as I find it makes a difference to the taste of the sandwich, serving size is only estimated --- this is delicious!
This recipe was given to me by my Aunt, Carol Cron. My Great Grandfather Tretheway loved meat pies, and this recipe has been with us forever. You can use round steak if you wish. You may also make 1 large pie rather than 5 pasties.
I came up with this recipe and my customers love it!
I make it in a 17-inch cast iron skillet! WOW--what a pie. This pie got my Bakery/Café nominated to compete in the "Best Bakery" contest on Fox5 News in Atlanta.
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