Long before Tuna Melts, in their many variations, became standard on every menu, my mother discovered this 1950's recipe. We grew up having these kid-friendly rolls on Friday nights when, as Catholics, we were forbidden meat. Served in corn-on-the-cob dishes with a side of french fries and a salad, Mom was out of the kitchen in under 45 minutes and we kids were in hog heaven!
I developed this recipe to use some leftover meatloaf because my son does not appreciate the cold meatloaf sandwich with all the fixings that the rest of the family enjoys. There always has to be one person who doesn't conform; it is a little known, unwritten rule. But as long as every family has one, I don't feel bad. This one's for you Adam, love you! By the way, he thought this sandwich was great! (Amounts are estimated, just wing it as you go and use what you have. Zaar won't accept leftover meatloaf so had to call it meatloaf mixture.)
I found this recipe when I was looking for this recipe or one close to it.
I tried this at Subway and really liked it.
Subway always uses light Mayo. In this recipe the salt and pepper are optional.
Use more or less mayo to suit your own taste and the same with the fruits.
I like to add a few more fruits.
There is no cook time unless you are cooking your chicken for this recipe.
I use left over or canned.
From "Zingerman's Guide to Good Eating" (a cookbook I HIGHLY recommend), this is an absolutely delicious Catalan garlic toast soaked with tomato juices and drizzled with olive oil and sea salt! It can be topped with chopped olives, capers, anchovies or serrano ham and is incredibly wonderful when the bread is grilled and a good olive oil is used. And, this is a good way to use up fresh tomatoes that are getting a little past their prime.
I copied this recipe from a vegetarian cookbook many years ago and I just came across it again today. It is such a wonderful salad - I love spinach and cheese tortellini but the dressing is what really makes it stand out.
This is a lite and healthy side. In Africa raw vegetables are popular in salads this recipe does call to lightly steam or you can quick blanch them for 4 minutes.
Toasting the spices in a skillet brings out their sweet and hot flavors. I made this using 8 cup of carrots and cauliflower combined and just double the dressing. My spices are very fresh and intense so I was able to use less then called for. Adjust to taste and freshness of spices. Th
A delicious and easy to make salad, I sometimes add in a tablespoon of peanut butter to the dressing, plan ahead the dressing must refrigerate for a couple of hours in advance to blend flavors, it may be doubled if desired -- the salad may be prepared in advance but do not add in the dressing or orange segments until just before serving, prep time does not include cooking the chicken, all amounts may be adjusted to taste :)
This is a great, quick, fresh tasting salad with a Mexican "flair" that's easy to whip-up for cookouts or picnics or anytime you're grilling. I got it originally from gloryfoods.com, but have modified it slightly(mainly less oil, more cayenne). It's a terrifc way to use the cukes from your garden and your homegrown tomatoes could easily be used in place of the grape tomatoes. Cannellini beans, garbanzo beans or black-eyed peas can be substituted for the butter beans. Frozen vs canned is a matter of preference.
A great summertime side dish...my mom and I were reflecting on where in the world this recipe came from---my dad made it for me as a child, and it's so perfect, I never could face to mess with changing it! I've seen some close variations, but this is my all-time favorite!! Even my hubby who hates olives loves this!!
This is Day 4: Lunch, on th e21 Day Wonder Diet. You can use pumpkin instead of kumara if you like. It is best to prepare the ingredients to this salad the night before, then make the salad in th emorning for lunch. This lunch is to be followed by an afternoon snack of 125g strawberries.