This is a really tasty twist on cole slaw...a recipe I found in a magazine some years ago. Make it easy on yourself and get the shredded coleslaw mix that's ready to go at the grocery store (just check the expiration date!) This is fast and easy and great for BBQs.
This dessert contains all the comforts of a warm, cinnamon-spiced slice of apple pie without the hassle of rolling out pastry dough. Plus it's essentially a slice of apple pie that can be eaten by hand. How can you go wrong with these sweet treats?
Modified from dallasnews.com's recipe by Tina Danze, published: August 10, 2011. NOTE: Recently I saw a tip on America's Test Kitchen (or Cook's Country) to use frozen okra (thawed and blotted dry) in recipes, because decent fresh okra is hard to find in grocery stores!
I wanted to make some good vegetarian enchiladas, but couldn't find exactly what I wanted, so came up with this recipe! It turned out so good, I have to post so I can make again. I hope you enjoy it too! If you are a meat eater, feel free to add some chicken or beef. I used green chile enchilada sauce this time, but will try it with red enchilada sauce next time.
If you lived or visited the Washington DC area in the 50's, 60's or 70's you probably had a Mo Burger or knew someone who did. The owner said they always used Hunt's Ketchup and Redpack Chili Sauce - I didn't specify in the recipe below what to use to so use what you want.
Use this sauce on your hamburgers you won't be disappointed.
I found this recipe one day and could not wait to try it. I travel a lot so I scoured the southeast looking for a Key Lime pie that wasn't artificially green and tasted the way my mother always said it tasted. This recipe fills all those promises of tasty limy goodness! Not baked, so make sure you have plenty of room in the fridge.