This is a fantastic clone for the store-bought marshmallow fluff and one I have used for years, it's easy to make and so much cheaper than the store-bought, I always use this instead of the real thing and it freezes well also, see note on bottom --- use this in any recipe calling for marshmallow fluff, I have also made this using dark corn syrup it is just a little darker in colour but it works just as well :)
My mother clipped this recipe out of USA Weekend back in 1993 - it was always the sauce she made while I was growing up (it's a recipe by Kathie Lee Gifford). Now that I cook myself, I've taken the recipe and adapted it to a few of my own 'likes' and now use this as my sauce for pasta, lasagna and ravioli! Can't be beat! (this recipe freezes very well!)
This recipe is great for a crowd! My southern grandmother makes this whenever all of the family is in town, or she needs to feed a crowd quick! My husband hates soup of any kind, but will go back for seconds on this one anytime!
I love ranch dressing, but it's not available in Israel. They've never even heard about it! I found this somewhere on the Internet about 10 years ago. My veggie daughter loves this on tomatoes. I like it on potato latkes, of all things.
Are you looking for a quick but delicious seafood soup? Can't wait to make that stock and take all that extra time? Well.. this is the soup for you. It's thick and creamy and comforting. I know many of you out there frown upon the use of condensed soups. But try this.. it tastes like a restaurant quality soup without all the fuss. Use whatever seafood you like. Just use at least 1 1/2 pounds of it. You can even use chopped cooked chicken if you don't like seafood. Want a curry flavor? Just add some curry powder while cooking the onions and celery. You can turn this into a creamy curried vegetable soup by omitting the seafood and using more onions and celery with the addition of carrots and whatever other vegetables are your favorites. Leave out the curry powder for a satisfying creamy vegetable soup. Just try it.. you'll like it.
YUM! YUM! This is a wonderful tasting spaghetti sauce. I also use this when making lasagna or manicotti. Serve with a large green salad and garlic bread and you have a great meal to serve your family. (Estimated prep time and can simmer longer than 3 hours if desired. Just be sure to stir occasionally-spaghetti sauce is always better the longer it cooks).
This is so good! It's nice and cheesy and oh so easy to put together. Really good with slices of hot cornbread. I got this recipe from my Mother who is a wonderful cook. Cook time is time it takes to melt the cheese in the soup mixture.
I like to make this dry mix to keep on hand in my pantry. It makes whipping up a fresh batch of ranch dressing quick and easy -- just add the mayo and buttermilk. This is an adaptation of recipe #47249
These black beans are delicious. I have made these for years, everyone likes them. I have passed along the recipe to lots of people. I got the recipe out of a PG&E pamphlet (years ago). The recipe is from MUSTARD'S GRILL' in St. Helena CA, the Napa Valley. Prep time does not include soaking the beans.
This sure beats the old Campbells can of chicken noodle soup. You can adjust the amount of water you start with to make it more or less soupy. Just a cup either way makes a pretty big difference. If you haven't had chicken noodle over the mashed potatoes, trust me it's great. I like mashed potatoes with the peels, but in this recipe it's better without. Enjoy!
I'm getting tired of seeing the so-called tortilla soup recipes running around that are nothing but a glorified chicken soup with tortillas added. Here's the real McCoy. Similar to the recipe at Houston's restaurant (modified, of course, to suit my tastes)
For a beef version check out my recipe #261711.