A mild and creamy chicken curry that kids will like too. The recipe was originally posted on an Austrian cooking site by my friend and fellow chef, Martha Zech. With her permission I am sharing it with the Zaar family.
The original title of the dish is "Haehnchen - Geschnetzeltes mit Brokkoli und Karotten". Serve over rice or oriental noodles for a great weeknight dinner.
This is an easy to assemble recipe that makes enough hearty cassoulet to feed a crowd -- or to freeze half. It came from a grocery store website that credits "Christmas 101" by Rick Rodgers. Use turkey italian sausage to keep it lean. I save a step by using seasoned breadcrumbs and eliminating the parsley.
I got this recipe from a blogspot called "Mysterious Bolivia". I have no idea whether Bolivia is any more mysterious than the rest of the planet, but judging by this recipe, they sure can cook there! I used the whole can of coconut milk, on the theory that there's no such thing as too much coconut. I use basmati rice. Be forewarned: this is rich, rich, rich!
My mother clipped this recipe decades ago and it has been a family favorite since. It's very flexible; you can use pork tenderloin instead of chicken thighs, sweet potatoes instead of yams, any kind of apple, most kinds of dried fruit, etc. The curry flavor is mild, add more if you like!
A slightly spicy recipe that I created quite by mistake. I was making another recipe when I realized I had added too much tomato juice and didn't have enough beans to complete it. A few other changes and there you go.
This is a very modified version of recipe #120007. I use banquet chicken tenders because they are longer than the other brands and I put in one per manicotti and I had two leftover. This will make 5-6 8"x8" pans of manicotti depending on how many you put in each pan. I make five.
I found this one in the local paper last year, lost it for awhile, and I'm now posting it for safekeeping. This is a little different from the other versions posted here -- no honey, no instant hot cocoa mix, and the chocolate flavor is doubled with cocoa powder and dark chocolate chips. If you are one for sweets with a spicy kick, you can use "The Heat is On" flavor from Peanut Butter and Co in place of the regular peanut butter.
From the August 2009 Costco Connection and directions copy/paste for ease from http://www.keyingredient.com/recipes/205812/oven-pork-roast-with-applesauce-baby-potatoes-gravy-and-asparagus/
(I double-checked the directions & corrected)
This one does require work the night before, but it isn't difficult, and it is a piece of cake the next day - just stick it in the oven.
The 4-6 servings assumes 1/3 of the roast is left over.