This recipe has been a favorite in my family for many years, especially with DH. Eggplant is not a vegetable we eat much of - but we do like this casserole! I usually make it as a main dish - but it could be used as a side.
This is the name my granddaughter gave to this pasta dish because she said that it made her think of heaven and how good it would be. She loved this. She would even ask for it at lunch time. The ingredients below are guessed at amounts--I never measured for this; I just put it into the hot, cooked pasta. You put in the amounts that you like the best. It is very tasty.
This is sooooooo easy but yummy. Not too much to say about it except that it tastes good. You can add some cooked chicken and it will make a whole meal or you can use it as a side-dish. Either way it is tasty.
This is a delicious pizza that's a combination of a pesto pizza and antipasto salad!!! Created by the Pantry Raiding Divas for the Zaar World Tour II! NOTE: If you'd rather use fresh red bell peppers, slice 1/2 red bell pepper into rings and saute with the mushrooms. NOTE: Purchased pesto may be used, if desired.
This is a perfect substitution for potatoes to accompany steak or any grilled meats. Not only is it delicious, but it's almost as easy as baked potatoes. This has been a family favorite for years and we make it often. The cooking time includes cooking the tortellini. Enjoy!
Very bold. If you are not a garlic lover, don't try this recipe. This is an adaptation of Spaghetti a la Carbanora. The garlic and egg are both raw, but don't worry, the butter melts, the egg cooks ever so slightly, the cheese melts and an indescribably heavenly amalgamation takes place. From the Best of the Best from Arkansas Cookbook.