Easy, fast, creamy cheese tortellini! With butter and creme fraiche, it's gotta be good! Throw in some fresh herbs and garlic and it's done. Serve this as a side dish to any meat entree, or if you don't want to share, make it your meal and eat it all yourself! You can use frozen tortellini, but the fresh pasta is so good
Simple, fast and flavorful lamb chops served with a horseradish dill cream. These chops are seasonsed with garlic and rosemary, pan seared, and finished in the oven. Served with the horseradish dill cream, they are not only a quick after work meal but a great entree for company. This recipe's cooking method is made for good quality loin or rib chops, not shoulder chops. Lamb should not be cooked to more than medium doneness for the best results. Cook time does not include marinating time.
Couldn't be easier! Peanut butter and pumpkin go great together. Simple and quick to put together. This is not a super sweet dip but pairs well with the sugared chips. You could always add more honey if you want it sweeter. This would also be great served with graham crackers or apples. Cook time is per each pan of chips. Entered for RSC #13.
The cutest, delicate mice you ever saw! Everyone remarks about them. I give trays of assorted cookies each year and place them on top. They just make it! It actually is a help when the kids can put on the almonds. I don't remember where I got the recipe, so I gave the best measurements I can recall. It sounds like it could be a Hershey's recipe!? For adults you can strain the cherries, then add rum or almond liquor and soak overnight drain and dry proceed with recipe. Save the rum for drinks.
These little toasts are perfect for pate, spreads or for when you are out of crackers. Basic and elegant entertaining. Dress it up using different bread types. Add various spices that will compliment the food you are serving these with. This recipe is also a great way to use up stale bread and also makes a great snack in place of chips. The cooling racks allow the toast to cook evenly.
This is a wonderful dip for crackers, the sweetness of the peppers is mellowed with the spicyness of the garlic. I use one fresh lime for the juice, it works fine. Very elegant looking on a cracker tray and it is also good on veggies.
I saw this on an episode of "The Baby Story" a long time ago and dug it out when it was time for my sister's baby shower. Very cute placed on the guest tables at baby showers or on the food buffet table. Also good for playing the "Can't Say the Word" shower game (where every guest is given an item, sometimes it's a clothespin, and they are instructed at the beginning of the shower that they can't say a certain word. each time a guest says that word in conversation to another guest, the offending person must surrender their item/clothespin to the person that caught them. The person with the most items at the end of the shower wins.).
This is an excellent pate, the recipe is easy to double or halve and is very quick to make! It is rich but over the years that I have made this, I already cut back on the amount of butter from the original recipe!