A wonderful collection of recipes who received a first review in Newest Zaar Tag, a game in the Safari Supper Club: Cooking Tag Games. Hosted by Sharon123, the game is lots of fun for taggers new and old.
I saw flax seed at the grocery and bought it without any idea of what to do with it. I found out that flax seed contributes fiber and omega-3s to the diet. Even better, it made this delightful, speckled loaf with a nutty flavor. Wonderful as is or toasted.
Posting this recipe in honer of National Butterscotch Brownie Day May 9. Of course almost any day could be a brownie day.**This recipe had an issue with the chips sinking but Sydney Mike offered a great tip that address this issue by dusting the chips and nuts with flour before adding them to the batter. (updated 11/06/11)**
This recipe makes a lot, but can be frozen for up to a month, and fits perfectly into 4 10oz ramekins. Cook time is actually chill time. This is great with homemade soft pretzels or as a sandwich. Directions for sammie are listed.
This is a Scandinavian recipe adapted from Tina Nordstrom's recipes in New Scandinavian Cooking. I love mushrooms and this is so good with the thyme and parmesan! Great as a side dish and it's also good on toast or with pasta. Enjoy!
OK, I know that nutritionally, mayonnaise isn't good for me, but I love it! Especially flavored mayonnaises (recipe#311767, recipe#311769, recipe#309836). This is great on sandwiches in place of regular mayonnaise. Or use it as a topping for chicken sandwiches, burgers, or recipe#308538
Comfort food can be healthy!!! this is Low in trans fats. Nutritional facts for the mayo dressing is here http://www.smartbalance.com/MayonnaiseFamily.aspx.
Do make the whole recipe even if you don't have 20 to serve. You can top a Shepherd’s Pie, add it to soup for a gluten free thickener, croquettes, add to a bread dough recipe, stuff them in a meatloaf, pan fry them for breakfast....... Some ideas here book #246177
This is a tasty fruit version of a quesadilla, great for breakfast or dessert. Make sure to use butter & not cooking spray or oil. The final result would taste different. Fruit preserves can be substituted for the jam but do not use jelly.
Lovely fall "spaghetti" recipe. Making use of the veggies from your local farmers garden or late fall garden. DH and I made this up one day when we were trying to use up some of our over abundant garden tomatoes. Note* a side dish for 4 or main dish for 2. Adapted from a recipe found on Hy-Vee.com
I found this recipe in the '2008 Australian Gourmet Traveller Annual Cookbook'. This is a one-dish meal which uses brown bean sauce made from fermented soy beans and wheat flour. Pun Chun is the recommended brand. Basically the dish is cooked noodles tossed in a meat sauce, topped with crunchy shredded cucumber. Some conversions for those who need them: 80ml = 21/2 fluid ounces; 300g = approximately 91/2 ounces; 500gm = 16 ounces; 375g = 12 ounces..
This is my familys favorite rice dish. It goes great with Jamaican Pot Roast, Roasted Pork or Chicken. You can combine your beans if you like, we like to use a combination of dry pigeon peas, black eyed peas and red kidney beans, what ever is on hand.