Years ago, I adapted this recipe from a 1970s paperback Booth's (Pillsbury) Fish and Seafood Cookbook. It has always had rave reviews from tasters here. It's on the stove now and two of our past exchange students, who are visiting now, want to know why I never served it before. It's quick, easy, tasty and nourishing. We love the herbs, so I tend to use up to a full teaspoon of each.
This is from Cooking light. I'm posting it before I loose it. ZWT3 is coming soon. "Complete the menu with steamed green beans, and packaged mixed baby greens tossed with bottled orange sections and toasted almonds.
Try this on a steak hot off the grill, on hot potatoes, steaming veggies, and on warm bread with grated Parmesan. YUMMY! Once you try it you will be hooked, surprised how many different ways you find to use it and how many things you try using it on! DH says 'this would make a car bumper taste good' well so much for that!
World Tour- would fit in any country that uses flavored butters ie Italy, British, SW, Italian
Here's a simple pasta dish that is very colorful. The original recipe did not include the fettuccine, so I'm guessing at the amount and the cooking time for the pasta is not reflected in the times. I have also made this with oil-packed sun-dried tomatoes, and used a little of the oil for sauteeing the scallions and garlic, which to me, adds a little more flavor.
More from the Kraft Foods tapas party. This one isn't getting much modification, just taking out name brands. Cook time includes a 30 minute soak for the skewers and a 30 minute marinade (no-work time when you could be prepping something else).
I love anything Mexican and whilst this is not traditional Mexican fare it has a Mexican aura about it.
Found in a recipe magazine I bought a while back, it was a hit with the whole family and like all my recipes easy to prepare!
I used corn tortillas but any will work fine. The recipe says to use pie dishes but I made these in jumbo muffin pans, there was just a little extra tortilla poking out the top.
This is from my 365 Ways to Cook Vegetarian cookbook. I recently bought a bottle of dry sherry for another recipe and I’m on the hunt for other recipes to use it up… I love black bean soup, so here is another recipe for me to try! You can use plain yogurt in place of the sour cream in this recipe. I bet this could be adapted for the crock pot.
You didn't think I'd throw a tapas party and not make meatballs, did you? And like all my "User Friendly" meatball recipes, this is super easy, thanks to a stash of meatballs in your freezer. This recipe was tested in a Crockette, but you could easily use a larger crockpot. This is a tapa, so 4 meal sized servings of meatballs turns into 8 appetizer sized servings. Of course if you want to do this for dinner, just add some rice or pasta.
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