We really like the flavor of this easy chicken dish. The aroma that fills the house is fantastic! It's not a quicky but most of the time it's in the oven so you're not actually doing anything but waiting. I like to serve this with buttered egg-noodles. If you like chicken cacciatore, give this one a try- it's kinda in the same family.
I use this tastey spread for pasta, homemade rolls, corn on the cob, roasted zucchini and other veggies. It adds a nice subtle flavor. Try my recipe recipe #367149 for the pesto you need in this one. Store bought is so expensive and not nearly as good.
There are many versions of this classic and this is mine. I love it over pasta- especially mixed in with my alfredo sauce. It adds a nice flavor to so many dishes. Store bought pesto has become so expensive and it's not nearly as good as this easy, homemade version. Check out my other recipe: recipe #367179.
I serve these delicious little gems on top of big crusty slices of garlic bread... YUM! It's supposed to serve 4 as a main dish but my DH and I finish this off ourselves. As an appetizer, it will serve 8. If you like my idea for serving, be sure to pick up a big loaf of Italian bread to make the garlic bread (it's not in the ingredient list). I found this in a magazine some time ago.
These shrimp are really zippy! They're pretty quick and easy, too. You can control the heat by reducing the chili sauce. When I make this for my little girl, I eliminate all but 1 tablespoon of the chili sauce and it's still great! She loves this dish and I'll bet you will, too! It serves 6 as an appetizer but only 2-3 as a main dish.
Use this like bruschetta on pasta, fish and garlic toast. I really like it served with a big, juicy steak off the grill. In the summertime when the tomatoes are fresh, this is a fabulous way to use them up! Sometimes I add about a couple of teaspoons of lemon juice for extra zing. It needs to sit for an hour or 2 so the flavors can blend so be sure to allow time for that.
These crusty sandwiches are so simple and tasty. Sometimes I add grilled onions, mozzarella or cheddar cheese, regular mayonnaise, garlic aioli or pesto, too. Check out my other recipe to use with this recipe #367149 Feel free to add your favorite items.
Here's 2 easy ways to cook a spaghetti squash for all those great recipes. It's easier than you think. One reviewer has suggested poking a few holes in the squash before the initial microwaving. I have never done this and have never had a problem but you might want to do that just in case.