This is a fabulous recipe and one I always seem to fall back on for dinner parties. The potatoes are whipped into a creamy puree with butter, milk and eggs and are sandwiched with a yummy mushroom filling. This all bakes up into a lovely golden puff which magically disappears before all other dishes! This wonderful recipe was given to me years ago by my friend, Buzz in Toronto.
Be prepared for the best Greek salad on the planet! --- plan ahead the dressing needs at least 2 or more hours to blend the flavors, I sometimes add in 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese to the dressing for a more cheesy dressing, all amounts may be adjusted to taste ---- to marinade the salad allow to sit at room temperature before serving, see bottom of instructions --- you will find this and many more of my recipes posted here http://kittencalskitchen.com/2009/04/13/kittens-famous-greek-salad/ ---also see my recipe #359292
I love this dressing at El Torito. I could sit there and just eat it with a spoon. I found this copy-cat recipe and I wanted to post it so I can make it myself, and secretly eat it straight from the jar :-)
I have found a new love... blue cheese! I have been trying to find new ways to use it in recipes. Today I was watching hot of the grill with Bobby Flay and he made these beautiful cakes. Panko bread crumbs are Japanese bread crumbs. They help give a light crust to the cakes. This recipe is a great way to use leftover mashed potatoes! Hope you enjoy them!
This comes from a cookbook from a local realty business. I have not tried it, but the name caught my eye! I read the ingredients and thought this sounded like a delicious "slushy" drink! I am dedicating it to a much loved Zaar member who goes by the name of Iron Bloomers! LOL!
The most fantastic mashed potatoes I've ever had in my life. I've made this dish for several dinner parties and each time, it's gotten rave reviews. it's easy to halve too, which is nice since usually I'm only cooking for 1-2 people. Courtesy of Bon Appetit, by way of epicurious.
This is loosely based on a Martha Stewart recipe. It calls for strozzapreti (which means "preist strangler") and is shaped like a rolled towel. Serve this dish with a wonderful salad of greens or sliced tomatoes & onions, a healthy warm crusty 7 grain bread & some nice wine.