This is a family favorite Dutch recipe. Mom made this when we were growing up. The common curry powder found in the grocery is fine for this recipe. If you are looking for the authentic taste, or are a spice connoiseur, you would look for Indonesian curry powder or Sate seasoning. I find it on-line.
This is a delicious casserole and it's so easy to make. I've put it in the crockpot for 4 hours on low instead of baking it, and that works great, too, especially if you're taking it to a pot-luck. Southwestern U.S. is where you'll find this great recipe.
Good for those cold winter nights. This is one of our favourite old time comfort food recipes adapted from a book "Classic Kiwi Recipes". It reminds me of the dishes my Grandmother and Mother made when I was young.
I found this recipe in a magazine a few years ago and have made it often to rave reviews. I like the fact that you get it ready the day before and the final cooking time is only ten minutes The prep time does not include the marinade time.
I have not tried this, but it was in today's newspaper and I wanted to share. With bbq season practically here, I thought this was a great recipe to have on hand. Prep time includes overnight marinating, which is not necessary. Kebabs can be served as a main course, an appetizer, or just a snack!
As a condiment, this is top of the list! Long, slow cooking lends the onions succulence and depth, which, in turn, adds a wonderful rich flavor to almost any dish. Try this on toast, biscuits, potatoes, pizza, in sandwiches, in a soup or stew, and especially good over Sun Dried Tomato Polenta Cutlets! From Moosewood Restaurant Low Fat Favorites Cookbook. Enjoy!