This is my take on a 30 minute meal - Rachael Ray recipe (her original recipe called for seasoning the olive oil with the shrimp tails and garlic and then grilling the shrimp, both of which were way too complicated for me). It is actually a "soup", as it's broth based, not creamy. Very fresh and tasty. She said to feel free to add more broth and some cooked rice to stretch the soup even further. She also said you can add some chopped chipotle chiles and serve the soup with sour cream and tortilla chips if you like.
A speedy and popular UK side dish per Rachael Ray. Found on Food Network website. One of the reviewers suggested also browning off some thinly sliced onion with the butter, then adding the parsley and beets.
This is a recipe that I got from a cookbook that I've had a while called Racheal Ray's meals for 2,4,6,8 great meals for coupls or crowds.... I have prepared this and it is awesome.... I hope you enjoy it....
I saw Rachael Ray prepare this on her show 30 min. meals the other day and was so wishing that I had smell-o-vision or taste-o-vision.... Instead, I went out and bought the ingredients and prepared it myself.... I wasn't disappointed.... I had to share this with my zaar family....
This is from the March '10 Everyday with Rachael Ray. Great, comforting weeknight meal in less than 30 minutes. I'm sure it would work with chicken as well. Serve with a salad and dinner is on the table in no time.
I found this recipe in Rachael Ray's magazine and made it my own. As a kid, crepes (palachinche) in my house was a dessert filled with jelly, rolled like a cigar and eaten before my mother can put them on the table. So I thought it was cool that they were incorporated into this dish. I have to say, I willl never use store bought manicotti for this dish!
This recipe comes from Rachael Ray's "Everyday" magazine. This was in the December 2008 holiday edition. I used this recipe on Christmas day and it makes by far the best scalloped potatoes I've ever had. I will be doubling the recipe in 2009.
The Gruyere cheese takes this recipe over the top! However, it is a bit on the pricey side.
I made this last year as apart of my Christmas Dinner. I wanted to add it to this year's menu plan which I am putting together on Recipe Zaar. This comes from Rachael Ray's magazine, Everyday. It was the December 2008 holiday edition. We enjoyed it quite a bit!