I was watching "Everyday Food" on PBS one day and they were making these pot stickers. They looked so easy and delicious that I had to try making them myself. They turned out just as great as they looked on tv and have become one of my favorite meals. I serve them with Recipe #62708.
From America's Test Kitchen: "The quickest way to slice the potatoes is in a food processor fitted with an 1/8-inch slicing blade. If the potatoes are too long to fit into the feed tube, halve them crosswise and put them in the feed tube cut-side down so that they sit on a flat surface. If the potato slices discolor as they sit, put them in a bowl and cover with the cream and chicken broth. If you like, use Parmesan instead of cheddar."
My husband volunteered me to bring potato salad to his family for a cookout, so I looked for a unique recipe--not your run-of-the-mill potato salad. I found this recipe from Paula Deen and we all loved it!
A quick recipe for one bottle of marmelade, I use it to avoid canning - just put it in any bottle and refrigerate after making. It's best when it's first made though, and still warm.
I like my marmelade tart - if you find it's too sour for your tastes, just use more sugar.
Note: you don't need any gelatin, there's plenty of natural gelatin in the peel of all citrus fruits.
This is a great meal that we eat here often in the winter time. With some dark bread and maybe a salad it is a really hearty meal, though we have been known to eat just this for dinner. The recipe is adapted from Amy Dacyczyn's "The Complete Tightwad Gazette"
Yummy! This is very close to what you get at Chevy's or Chi-Chi's. This is like a very moist cornbread flecked with corn kernels. Comes together in a snap and makes a great side. Guaranteed kid pleaser! This dish should be served hot or warm, and reheats nicely in the microwave.
This is quite similar to the creamed spinach at Boston Market, well so I'm told anyway! --- this is a great side dish, even people that hate spinach love this, it's great to serve along side a holiday turkey or a ham dinner, or at any meal --- I also like to saute about 2 teaspoons fresh minced garlic and a pinch of cayenne pepper in the butter for about 2 minutes before adding in the flour but that is optional, add in some grated Parmesan cheese too if desired, this complete recipe can be doubled :)