"Ready, Set, Cook! Contest Entry." Bacon lattice and cheese topped flaky biscuits filled with fresh chopped tomatoes and onions in a seasoned cream cheese and mayonnaise mixture. This recipe is not only eye appealing but also adds a lot of flavor to your taste buds!
Ready, Set, Cook! Reynolds Wrap Contest Entry. This recipe combines traditional Mexican flavors and creates a fun "stack up" meal. It uses Reynolds Wrap Aluminum Foil to steam off the skin of the poblano pepper, as well as tent the dish while baking. This can be served as a main dish casserole or a yummy appetizer if sliced into small pieces.....great football food. Six servings as a main dish casserole or 12-15 appetizer sizes. If you like things hotter, add some diced jalapenos and garnish with jalapenos as well. Enjoy!
This is a no-fail yummy rotisserie chicken all-purpose rub! I use this to cook chicken in any manner of ways: oven, grill & crock pot, etc. This also works great on pork loin or chops! Recipe makes 2 1/2 cups of spice/rub blend, but I use at least a 1/4 cup per whole chicken, so it goes fast! Easily made salt-free or lower-salt by omitting or adjusting it. I hope you enjoy this as much as my family does :)
This is a French Toast recipe that my family has been enjoying for quite some time. It's a fun recipe to be enjoyed especially on a weekend morn. It's considered a special treat when I make these because they are delicious!
A creamy, delicious, simple recipe for peanut-butter cookies! These cookies are my favorite cookies! They are delicious!
(I found it in an old recipe book my mother had. Smudges of flour had rubbed off the name!)
I got this recipe from Shirley Baker, the mom of one of my college roommates. Her family cookbook is still one of my prized possessions because every recipe is a great one! These are hyper-fluffy; I make them with white whole wheat flour to help make them a bit more healthy. Kids love them.
I found this on thenakedkitchen.com after searching for an alternative to all the nasty chemicals in store-bought liquid coffee creamer. The recipe calls for condensed milk... if you truly want to go homemade all the way, search food.com for recipe #477375 (Homemade Condensed Milk!) and use that. Also, there are multiple flavor options available to add to the base, see the directions for the options.
If you thought naan was never something you could do yourself give this a try. I have made it multiple times with great success. Have fun mixing in other flavors you like and sopping up tasty sauces!
Adapted ever so slightly from budgetbytes.
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!
Everytime I make this for a social event, I end up writing the recipe down for at least 6 people! This is soooo fantastic and easy!! I ripped it out of a Carolina Country magazine about a year ago and have made it a zillion times!
When I was growing up, my parents always made mashed potatoes from flakes.... ugh! It was such a treat to go to our grandparents house on holidays. Grandpa made his potatoes by hand with his special recipe that no one else has been able to match. I made it a point to help him get the potatoes ready for big dinners until I learned his recipe by heart. A few years ago, I volunteered to make them for my in-laws' Thanksgiving party. Word spread... and now I'm the designated potato maker for EVERY function on BOTH sides of the family. It's okay though... it's an honor... and I can't get enough of them myself!
I'm not a great baker, but I like to make biscuits to go along with soups and stews. This recipe is simple, but gets great results. There are two keys. The first is to handle the dough as little as possible, and never, ever use a rolling pin. The second is to add the milk slowly - the amount varies between 3/4 - 1 cup to get the right consistency. I don't know why!
If you want to lighten up a weekday or holiday meal, this dish sounds like a winner! This recipe uses yukon gold potatoes and gruyere cheese along with a combination of low-fat and whole milk. Recipe from Food Network magazine.
Homemade gluten-free seasoning mix for tacos. This is a bit hotter than the commercial variety. You can adjust the cayenne and type of chili powder for your desired level of heat, and add salt if you wish. Makes enough for 4 lbs of ground meat. Use 2 TB per pound. Or, sprinkle sparingly over fish fillets before grilling for fish tacos.