This is a recipe from Campell's that is extremely easy and tasty. We make it at least twice a month! You can make it as spicy as you like depending on the salsa you use. I have also tried it with pork as well!
I had used different bread recipes over the years, and finally came up with my own. I use this recipe for everything... bread, buns, pizza, cinnamon buns, you name it. It turns out every time, and tastes great. My husband loves when I make dinner rolls with these sprinkled with quick oats or poppy seeds! This is my first time posting a recipe- I really hope someone else likes this easy home-made bread recipe as much as I do!
My mother's simple recipe for twice-baked potatoes. I've experimented using sour cream in the filling and cooked crumbled bacon, slivered green onions and even crab or baby shrimp for topping before baking -- but I still like her original recipe best.
I adapted this from a recipe I found on here. I wanted to use up some apples and an open bag of leftover coleslaw. This recipe is simply delicious with some nice clean fall flavors. This is nothing like the creamy wet coleslaw you would get at a deli. Its light, crisp, and crunchy.
I came up with this recipe while working at a small town restaurant. I hated even the idea of, as my mom calls it, "Meat-Ralf" but the owner wanted to add it to our menu. I set out on a mission to create an edible meatloaf. To the delight of our patrons it wasn't only edible it was delicious. Even my mom loves it. For a gourmet twist I substitute ground sausage with slices of Italian sausage links, also diced canned tomatoes and fresh basil leaves instead of tomato sauce.
This was my first attempt at making pea soup, and because it was the first time, I went and checked out a multitude of other recipes to get ideas. This is the resultant recipe, and if I do say so myself, it's the best pea soup I've ever tasted. I know that sounds like boasting, but I really mean it. This recipe made an excellent pea soup. Try it, you'll like it!
Prepare this dish in less than five minutes for the oven. Fast, but tastes like you simmered and fussed all day. It is similar to an Italian Chicken Bake recipe, but with a wonderful Southern Cajun Twist...thus, the name.
Spice it up as hot as you like or simmer it down for those with sensitive tastebuds. Slide it in the oven and you will have a delicious, healthy meal to bookmark in your recipe box for future meals.
These are so good! I've been making them for my family for years, I like to add white chocolate and extra (mixed) nuts. I hope you enjoy! I also use 2 &1/2 cups regular oatmeal and 2&1/2 cups instant (I prefer maple and brown sugar)