Another wonderful Cuisine at Home recipe that I am posting for safe keeping. These made a wonderful dinner for 2. I listed the chicken as an optional ingredient. I left it out and found there to be plenty of protein with the sausage and shrimp. It is suggested that this be served with a side of fried okra.
The recipe was sent to me by Kraft first taste. It is so easy to make and so impressive to serve. This can be the main course, an appetizer or side. The recipe calls for plum tomatoes. I used how grown smallish tomatoes that were seeded and then sliced.
In December we were in Washington, D.C. and had a wonderful beet salad at a little bistro. This recipe is as close as it gets to replicating that experience. Roasting the beets really brings out the sweetness, lightly drizzled with the dressing, sprinkled withe feta and toasted walnuts for an elegant dining experience. Hope you enjoy.
This recipe is from Christmas with Southern Living 2004. It was suggested to serve with grilled pork tenderloin. I thought this was make a deliciously different Thanksgiving of Christmas meal. The cook time is the time to chill the relish.
I love Creole food and this is a wonderful way to lighten up a classic. Easy enough for a large gathering or simple enough for a small dinner party. Serve with crusty bread for a dining experience. Recipe is from "The Diabetes Food and Nutrition Bible".
I purchased the pan from King Arthur Flour and this is the recipe that came with the pan. When looking on line at King Arthur recipes, it is different. This one is great as it uses the bread machine to mix the dough. What a great time saver. I am posting the recipe for safe keeping.
This is great to whip up for a filling lunch and a nice change from a sandwich. I made this using recipe #57642 which was perfect for our taste. The amount of dressing is optional and the salad should be moistened to individual taste. Serve this was pita bread wedges or crisp crackers.
There is no cooking involved but these do need to age in the refrigerator overnight. They are great to serve as an appetizer. The recipe was found in a book that I received in the cookbook swap--Family Circle Cooking with Herbs. Please note the cook time is the standing time.
I found this recipe in the April/May 2009 issue of Health Cooking by Taste of Home. This cake is packed full of carrots, fruit and delicious goodness. The original recipe calls for dried currants; however, I liked the golden raisins. The batter is very thick and I found it best to mix well with a wooden spoon to thoroughly incorporate.
This recipe makes a delicious higher fiber, healthier pancake. A whole egg can be used in place of the egg whites or egg substitute; however, that will increase the cholesterol. Dried blueberries can be added to the batter along with chopped nuts if desired.
This is a quick recipe that makes a healthy weeknight meal. It is great for warmer months when you don't want to heat up the kitchen. If using fresh or defrosted fish, the cooking time needs to be adjusted accordingly. The recipe is courtesy of Costco.
This recipe is a wonderful way to prepare asparagus ahead of time. The asparagus is marinated for several hours in Italian Dressing making it a great cold side for a dinner party. Recipe is compliments of "Mr. Food Every Day's a Holiday Diabetic Cookbook".