This is from a tiny stand in a hut in Adventureland in Disneyland of California. These are amazing and served with green onions on the side, we always ordered veggies and dip with them as well to cool our mouths down.
I toss in a handful of chopped peanuts and call this peanut chicken. Serve with any grilled meat, chicken, fried tofu, or eggplant. If anybody has a substitute for The Spice Hunter Thai Seasoning, please share (this one includes sesame seeds, chile pepper, coriander, onion, red pepper, shrimp, garlic, cinnamon, nutmeg, and lemon oil)! For now, I haven't found an adequate substitute for this seasoning.
My daughters famous apple crisp, she made a pan of this one day for a school project and after all of the schools staff were raving about it, she went into business making this for as high as $20 per pan! :) It is an easy surefire winner of a recipe!
After being inspired by a recipe I found on Pinterest, I decided to enter a salsa competition at work. I broke out the blender and purchased some basic salsa ingredients in bulk and started creating! This is a restaurant style salsa made with lots of jalapenos!
I love to play with Asian ingredients! This recipe is so simple and yet delightful that I just had to post it. It is a family favorite! I hope you enjoy it like we do. The beautiful thing about these ingredients is they play well together. So if it's not sweet enough for you, add a little more brown sugar; likewise, if it's not salty enough, add more fish sauce...
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!
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.
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 a remake of 4 point recipe #322468. The Dollar General within walking distance of me does not carry non-fat sour cream or the 98% fat free soup. Plus its a larger can. I est that my version comes in at 5 or 6 points, plus noodles.
The other recipe did not have noodles listed but I will so we can get the correct points.
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.