Got this from a magazine about 4 years ago but don't know which one. Beef Hot Pot can be made up to 2 days ahead, covered and kept in refridgerator. To finish cooking, reheat hot pot base until simmering, place Herb Dumplings on top and cook as directed. Recipe could be doubled and you could freeze half for later (follow suggestions for cooking ahead), continue cooking other half for that night. For a pot luck I've cooked it without the dumplings and transferred it to a slow cooker (crockpot) and taken it in that as I can plug in to keep warm.
I love spanakopita, but need about four pairs of hands to make it by my favorite recipe and it's pricey for a small square of it at my favorite restaurant. When I want the flavors without so much hassle, I make this lasagna instead.
This classic beef bourguignon is wonderful. We especially enjoy it on a fall or winter day. I typically reduce a significant portion of the cooking time by using the pressure cooker. Each pressure cooker is different, so you would need to refer to your pressure cooker instructions to adjust cooking time.
Just a silly twist on beef stew I threw together. All depends on your personal taste what you like to add in. These are ours. ;) I find that it just gets better the longer it cooks - and that you can sort of use the cooking times as "guidelines". Sometimes I start out the night before while making another quick meal (I made it during my
Recipe #204245) and let it go slowly over night for the next evening's meal - the picture I posted is from that. ***Note: (I tend to be heavy handed when I shake or pour spices so measurements are approx. go by your own tastes)
A brilliant way to use up those left over jacket potatoes. The first time I made this soup I didn't have any sour cream so I used 2 fl.oz (60ml) natural yogurt and 2 fl.oz (60ml) double cream. It was a great hit and the soup has remained a popular choice for a warm and filling lunch on cold days.
I got this Buffalo chicken dip recipe from a respiratory therapist at the hospital where I work. He brought it to a party and everyone asked for the recipe. I appreciate all the reviews that have been written about this recipe since I posted it so long ago. I see more and more that people are making it with freshly cooked chicken - great idea. I also like the idea of using rotisserie chicken. The original recipe used canned chicken for convenience, but I agree with all of you that the fresher meat tastes better. Barb
P.S. Thank you to everyone who has reviewed this recipe. I love it, too, and it makes me feel so good that so many of you have enjoyed it. Thanks again.
A hearty winter tradition that is wonderful after winter activities. If desired, add some diced cottage roll from Baton Twirling's Slow Cooker Cottage Roll to finished soup. From joycesfinecooking.com.
A cheesy, creamy, black bean soup. The cheesy bread topper is the perfect foil for this. You can change the texture of the soup for your taste easily by holding back some whole beans (and extra bacon) to add in at the end or by blending for less time. Servings depend on whether you serve as a main course or as part of a Soup & Sandwich/Salad combo. Prep time includes cheese grating but you could do it while the soup simmers and save a few minutes overall - it was designed to be a weekday meal and that means fast in my house.
I got this recipe out of the LCBO Food and Drink booklet a few years ago. I thought I would post it now since Raspberry season is soon here.
A decadent tart that is especially easy to make. The mascarpone gives it a slight bite which makes it seem less rich when you eat it.