This is an old family recipe that everyone always likes. Don't leave out the green onions or the green chilis, they really make the dish! The original recipe called for only half a small can of green chilis, but I usually add the whole can.
My husband came up with this quick, healthy and tasty one dish dinner. I can't handle spicy foods, so we have tuned down the cajun seasonings, but feel free to add more if you like. You can also use beef or pork kielbasa if you prefer.
Hubby and I have an ongoing feud over meatloaf - my saucy version vs. his Italian version. Since meatloaf is one of the few entrees he knows how to make, I don't complain when he makes his...but I definitely prefer this one!
Easy chicken that's fancy enough for company and tasty enough for family. Even your picky eaters will like this one. Can be made ahead and pulled from fridge a half hour before baking. Works well with skinless chicken too.
Tender chicken in a delicious coconut sauce. Perfect for a weeknight meal 'cause it's quick and easy but tastes divine. I like subtle flavors, so if you like it spicy you'll want to increase the spices. Serve over rice. (BY THE WAY, don't feel bad about opening the chili packet for just a 1/4 teaspoon. I keep an opened packet on hand all the time for seasoning vegetables. Give it a try on corn on the cob, delicious!)
I made this last night for guests and everyone loved it. I didn't include the marinating time, but it's best to let the chicken marinate all day in the buttermilk. I buy the walnuts already finely diced, but if you are going to chop them yourself, they need to be very fine but not ground. Inspired by PaulaG's recipe #137096.
Embarrassing because it's so easy and because it's definitely not diet food! The first time I made it, my husband, son and I ate it all up and didn't leave any for our daughter who was late, another reason to be embarrassed...
This is a very good recipe, my family really likes it. It's from a 1980 edition of Better Homes and Gardens All-TIme Favorite Hamburger and Ground Meat Recipes cookbook. Typed here for future reference, as I am always misplacing the cookbook! I usually double the bechamel sauce, since we like it that way.
I went to a Pampered Chef party where this was served. Many people asked for the recipe! Update: I have revised this recipe due to people having trouble with the instructions. I hope this makes it easier to follow.
The recipe is from Kraft. The citrus flavors are wonderful with this spicy and moist tenderloin. The original recipe calls for a chipotle barbecue sauce; however, a diced chipotle in adobo can be used or chipotle ground chili powder. There are 2 cooking methods as when I originally made this the grill wasn't doing its job. Either on the grill or in the oven this is a wonderful recipe.
I'm always looking for ways to use up leftovers. I came up with this one last night, and it was delicious served over wild rice. I would rather have used a can of tomatoes, but hubby won't eat a cooked tomato that he can actually see...oh well!