This was given on the web as the simplest chicken recipe there is and perhaps the easiest as well. As if that isn't enough, you can change the flavoring every time you make it so you'll never get tired of it, either.
For example, you may substitute a combination of herbs for the single herb in the ingredients. Also check the variations for other flavorings. In the comments following this recipe some responders criticized the name of this recipe as being gross, citing the "chicken parts." If you come up with a better name, I hope you'll share it with the rest of us!
These cookies start with pre-made refrigerated dough, and with just a little extra work you can turn them into something special. "Semi-homemade" Sandra Lee would call them. If you like ginger, give these cookies a look-see! Recipe comes from the new cookbook from BH&G titled "Very Merry Cookies."
Here's that wonderful combination in a new form. Pork chops are cooked with baked beans. Delicious! And so easy, too. Just put the ingredients in the crockpot, turn it on and dinner is ready when you are. Recipe from Linda Larson at About.com.
Cubed steaks are cooked in a familiar blelnd of cream of mushroom soup and dry onion soup. This makes a delightful gravy that is great over mashed potatoes or noodles. Recipe comes from one of those supermarket checkout stand recipe booklets put out by the Crockpot people.
This recipe. from the Evans Farm Inn in McLean, Virginia, is very versatile. You can use it, hot, for hors d'oeuvres (spread on rye rounds and toast in oven), filling for pastry shells, or serve over steamed rice. Cold, use it as a sandwich filling, cracker spread, or as a filling for tomato shells. "Crab Anything" freezes well.
This is a delicious side dish,especiallly for summer when you can get corn fresh off the cob. But frozen corn makes it possible to have this just anytime. You will want to use young tender summer squash. Even winter squash will work if it is young and tender. Recipe is from Saveur magazine. Elena Areliano contributed the recipe and she uses a squash known as Mexican squash (calabaza mexicana). It is a round green summer squash.
Not only is this recipe quick and easy, it is absolutely delicious and takes just minutes to put together. The recipe is for one quesadilla but you can make any amount you need. Recipe was submitted by Jilliebean to the TOHBB.
I happen to like the flavor of sesame seeds, so this recipe looks like a winner to me. Besides, with its limited ingredients, it will be easy to prepare. So I am putting it here, so I'll be sure to find it again. Recipe comes from Mr. Food. Notice that the time does not include marinating time of 2 hours.,
You'll be having eggnog soon. Ever wonder what to do with the leftovers? Turn them into a delicious, custardy French toast. If your bread is fresh, it is a good idea to allow it to stand out overnight to dry it slightly.
Florentine refers to the spinach which is added to this recipe. It is a welcome addition, adding color and pizzazz. You could use 3 cups chopped fresh spinach instead of the frozen, if you wish. Recipe is from the Stove-Top people.