Entered for safe-keeping. From Clean Eating, May/June 2009. This Japanese salad has a good proportion of protein to carbohydrates for a light lunch, but this will be more filling if served with brown rice. Nanami Togarashi can be found inthe Asian section of a supermarket or health food store, but red pepper flakes can be used as an emergency substitution.
Use your blender. I serve ours with steamed broccoli and a salad. Try adding leftover cooked spaghetti, cut into 1 inch pieces, to each compartment after bread crumbs are sprinkled into each compartment.
Here is an easy, delicious, attractive make ahead breakfast bread. You assemble and refrigerate it the day before. Bake it while you do something else like during your morning shower:) The hardest thing is finding refrigerator space to store it overnight. It is a very popular staff treat.
Here is another use for leftover ham and the other ingredients I always have on hand. I like this recipe because it has a hint of thyme in it. There are also directions here in the description if you wish to freeze it. If you want to bake it at 325 degrees instead of at 375 degrees notice my directions (you know how sometimes you want a certain oven temperature to orchestrate your menu-lol). If you want to freeze this start the recipe differently by cutting the potatoes in half and then parboiling them for 10 minutes. Drain, cover with cold water and allow potatoes to cool. Slice potatoes and assemble recipe as directed. Don't bake yet if freezing. Cover well with plastic wrap and foil. Label and freeze. Defrost in refrigerate, remove foil and plastic wrap, recover with the foil and then bake. Thank you Chef #128693 for helping me:)
This is a Sarah Foster recipe. You could double this recipe to fill an entire 12 cup muffin tin. Fontina would also be great! You might even try a pesto before putting in the egg. Remember prosciutto is salty. Extra pies are delicious the next day. And if you substitute in pre cooked bacon, go ahead.
A nice winter soup and good with corn bread. This is another way to use small pieces of leftover ham. I do think some meltable cheese would be good in this as some reviewers have suggested. Also, thank you Chef#226863 for suggesting that I include a measurable amount of cabbage. I have also added the ham right away into vegetable /broth too if in hurry. Grated carrots also works well in this, and sometimes grate it right over the pan.
A versatile, easy recipe for leftover mashed potatoes and ham. Serve with steamed green beans, cauliflower, corn on the cob, or broccoli. Concerning the seasonings, the exact cheese, the use of green onion, or maybe bacon instead of ham, feel free to experiment. I also think if you had ham and some sort of leftover potato casserole you could use the same technique. In any case, relax and have fun with your leftovers!
Simple but tasty. Can be assembled ahead earlier in day. I would like to thank Chef#231057 for writing the first review of this recipe but you have your zmail locked in your settings. Hope you see this. :) My inspiration for this came from Recipe#347673 so if you like packet cooking I suggest you try it as it is excellent! Recently made this with pre sliced SWISS cheese instead of cheddar and delicious also. Sometimes I add drained corn to this.
A delicious make ahead that you can freeze for later-- how convenient is that. More time to enjoy my family! Timing does not include chilling pastry. Hope you like as much as we have. I have changed the original method for making pastry and think it works much better.
Good friends introduced us to Avocado Surprise in Puerto Penasco so this is my take on it. I used Recipe#17293 to cook the shrimp. Could be an appetizer or summer luncheon dish. Preparation includes 1 hour to chill. You could also make the shrimp salad aspect earlier in day as I have done. After looking at Sarah_Jayne's review, I agree that the salad aspect is slippery so have changed the directions a bit so it "works" better.
This is an easy favorite crockpot recipe of a busy cook from Algoma, Wisconsin that serves a lot of people. Perfect for tailgating especially if you need some heat! Good with your favorite crusty bread but absolutely perfect with beer bread! Wrap your crock pot up in some old towels and you are set to enjoy. Go Pack go!:) I recently made this for a camping trip to the North Shore and before heading north I precut the pepper, onion, celery, and dumped the cut veggies into a ziplock along with all the spices and then froze the zip lock mixture. I also subbed in a can of cooked wild rice and it tasted great! Make and then enjoy a long hike. Works well when reduced by half, also
A recipe for the adventuresome from March 2009 issue of BH&G. The recipe creator's name is Priscilla Yee from Concord, CA and she won $2500 for this recipe!! (The idea of blueberries mixed in a corn salad intrigued me, and love all the ingredients so I made this. DS and I liked it a lot, not DH-think the cumin might have been too much for him so if you have a dislike for cumin you should reduce it.) Priscilla was inspired to create this recipe b/c of "her father's post-heart attack switch to a healthier diet. She created this dish with some of her favorite healthful foods. Dad? He just turned 90." Love that story.:) Feel free to sub in green onion tops for the chives. After reading Chef#1227141 review I agree a bit of paprika on the salmon would be even better! I served with brown rice but a noodle thing would be good too. You could make the corn salad a day ahead, I did and it kept very well but I think it tastes better at room temperature.
This is easy, tasty, and can be made with sugar free preserves. My DH and I love cinnamon so this glaze fits the bill. If you cannot buy a large ham steak, the thin ones work almost as well. Or you might buy a half ham and slice it into steaks at home. I have also just fried the steak on the stove, and then added the glaze to it.
Posting for ZWT6. A variation from thenibble.com And after making myself I DID reduce the butter as Kim127 suggested. And after looking at momaphet's review and the original recipe I did reduce the sugar amount. Thank you both. Also think the caramelized onion is a wonderful suggestion.
This recipe came from me not having all the ingredients of a recipe on hand. I had to make some serious changes so it turned into a completely different recipe. It is a great summer recipe! You can use water instead of chicken broth if desired,I just like the little extra flavor it adds. Adjust the amount of cayenne to your liking.