This is a traditional Danish Smorgasbord dish. It is very versatile I sometimes put a layer of steamed spinach in a casserole, leave out the toast,put boiled eggs onto the spinach, pour in the sauce and broil for 5-10 minutes
I found this recipe in a magazine. John Wayne was my Daddy's favorite cowboy, so this quickly became one of his favorite dishes for me to make for him.
I like to serve it when I make a pot of pinto beans, fried potatoes, and cornbread. Add some slices of onion, some chow chow and you have a good old "country dinner"!
Hint: I add a chopped fresh jalapeno and /or green onion to make it spicy.
I'm no longer sure of the source for this recipe...not that I followed the original anyway! I am boycotting corn syrup now and needed an energy bar that I could make at home! This recipe is easy and versatile...and everyone in my family will eat these bars! No butter and no sugar! But soooo good!
Made this recipe up myself after finding out I didn't have enough p.b. to make my usual p.b. granola. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do. As most granola's go, feel free to add/delete ingredients to your own likes/dislikes.
I am fortunate to work at a place where the manager of the cafeteria is a Moroccan native. Our mutual love of food has resulted in endless exchange of recipes, spices and samplings. (Indeed, some of the items now served in the cafeteria are recipes from this site.) One one occasion, I was lucky enough to be able to share in the lunch he prepared for the staff. I love eggs and his were just amazing. This recipe from World Vegetarian seems like a close approximate - though I know his version included a generous bit of cumin and cilantro. I'm posting the original here and will begin to tinker. Once perfected, I'll post that version as a second recipe. Will experiment to see if this works as well with canned tomatoes.
This is a great recipe for a 'bagel party' where everyone can choose and prep their bagel filling and topping choices. This recipe can easily be halved or doubled. We tweaked this very detailed recipe from the book 'The Best Bagels are Made at Home' by Dona Z. Meilach. We took the stand-mixer version and simplified the instructions as well as made some other adjustments as we went along to perfect it and keep it simple. Choices for different types of flavors are listed at the beginning. Selections for different types of toppings are listed at the bottom of the recipe. NOTE: It's recommended to print, read, and understand the instructions completely before beginning.
Onion Bagels: Add 2 tablespoons of dehydrated minced onion, and replace salt with onion salt.
Italian Herb Bagels: Add 2 teaspoons of Italian seasoning, and replace salt with onion salt.
Use the recipes for waffles, pancakes and pound cake, or your own recipes. Store-bought/frozen are also OK. Note, READ through this at least twice before attempting. Double check yourself. This is a multi-part recipe and I am beginning to think the only one who could pull off such a concoction and make it heavenly is indeed Disney. Fortune has it, they share so now you don't have to go to Disney to try it. If this is intimidating try the Magic Kingdom short version I posted. Time? Oh Gert, just wipe that out as Ed McBain would say. It is way off. And I think I managed to break the zaar computer. Garnish has two more ingredients. Read that section to see what you need.
This fabulous French breakfast looks really fancy, but is oh so simple! You will love the rich, creamy cheese combined with the fruity sweetness of fresh strawberries, all wrapped in a delicate French crepe and drizzled with light sour cream sauce! Ooo la la!