Gorgeous!! Morish!! ...and the easiest Pasta Salad to make by far!! One helping is never enough!! Prep time does not include the time taken to *cook the Pasta which usually takes about 10 minutes in the microwave. I add plenty of salt and a good dollop of Olive Oil to the water. (I find the Olive Oil flavours the Pasta) 'BEER STICKS' are about the size of Frankfurters, but the meat is like that of pepperoni OR salami. They are called Beer Sticks in N.Z. but there may well be another name used for them elsewhere.
Once you try these, you'll never go back to beef meatballs.(Well, maybe YOU will!) I searched all over the Internet for chicken meatballs, and found these on eatchicken.com. The texture is much lighter than regular meatballs,and they are downright tasty! Haven't used beef for spaghetti since,and I found this over 2 years ago. The recipe also came with a sauce, but I figured that everyone has their own favorite marinara sauce already. Enjoy!
The best way I know to use up Holiday ham. Now I cook ham all the time, almost once every 6 weeks or less, so I love to keep bags of chopped ham in my freezer. There are so many great uses and this is one. I love to use a smoky gouda for this and a little bacon and onion which just takes this dish over the top. Otherwise it is a pretty basic scalloped potato recipe. Give it a try for dinner one night. I serve this with a fresh salad and nothing more. It is rich, deep in flavors and a perfect way to use up some of that ham in the freezer.
This recipe is from Cooking Light magazine. It is also good on chicken breasts, shrimp, or pork tenderloin. I make the rub and cover the steaks with it before I stick them in the freezer for a make-ahead meal. When they are thawed they are ready to go straight to the grill.
This is delicious, if you love garlic you will love this! The complete recipe may be doubled although if you are doubling recipe I would suggest to use no more than 2 teaspoons garlic powder. If desired serve breasts topped with recipe#149547 or recipe#145064