My favorite way to use leftover turkey. Must give credit where due....this is my modification to one of Emeril's recipes - his was to boil a turkey specifically for gumbo - mine is to use up those leftovers!
This is quick and easy using Bisquick and a rotisserie chicken. There's no veggies here, but feel free to add what you like. Also we individually season our portions, according to what we'd like. Try a ground pepper blend, or smoked paprika, or dry chipotle seasoning, or a lemon herb blend.
This is so easy, but so good. The key is to use a good quality pesto. Oh, and to make it truly outstanding, you have to invite me over. Really. It’s a well-known fact. ;) You can use a grill with a foil-covered brick if you don’t have a press.
A family tradition in our home. We like to serve a special breakfast in our home to honour a birthday or some other special occasion. We always have these on Christmas morning too! Strawberries or cherry pie filling and whip cream are some of our favourite toppings.
Carrots rich and sweet, a Moroccan side dish that goes well with middle eastern-style dishes. Very quick to make. If you don't like the idea of combining raisins with carrots, leave them out--it will still taste good. To feed more people, just add a carrot per person. I also like to make this for holiday meals sometimes, because they seem a little "special."
This recipe is quite flexible & can also be done on the BBQ. When I made this I didn't have any mint so just added a few teaspoons of mint sauce instead. Was really tasty served with recipe #158223 and pappadams!
Sorry about the poor photo, forgot to take it before we ate so photo is of leftovers.
This is a delightful dish from Taste of the Caribbean by Rosamund Grant. This comes together quickly (after marination) and can easily be made as mild or spicy as your family likes. Note: the original recipe calls for marinating the shrimp using "spice seasoning" - I used garam masala, but I'm sure other spice combinations that you like would be good. I also added a whisper of cayenne to the mix before serving, and will probably add a whole jalapeno next time instead of a half as called for. I have also made this with chicken, which was also very good. Prep time includes marination time.
There is no powdered coffee creamer in this mix; the white chocolate chips give it the creaminess. Try using peanut butter or butterscotch chips for something different or add a couple of tablespoons of instant coffee for a mocha flavour.
I discovered this recipe in Lee Lee's Recipe Box. The description to the recipe reads as follows: "These Giant-Size Popovers are made in individual containers to allow lots of room for rising. They can be filled with creamed ham, chicken, or seafood and served as a main dish, or they can be served piping hot with plenty of butter." Be sure when you make these to spread the custard cups out. These babies puff up pretty big ; ) I hope you will enjoy them!