Our kids always liked this chicken dish, and they are picky, picky! Back then I used to run the mushrooms through the blender so they didn't know they were in there. It worked. This recipe came from The Seattle Times, 1984. I hope you enjoy it as much as we have over the years! We serve this with pasta. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.
A friend gave me this recipe and I tweaked to meet my family's tastes. Mind you they do not like plain zucchini but mixed with breads, other veggies, and soups--well let's just say kitchen Witchery. Super easy to make and smells great.
From Gooseberry Patch-Mom's Favorite Recipes. I received this in the Cookbook Swap from mandabears and just love the simplicity of the recipes and the wholesomeness that comes with them. Easy to make, simple food that is nutritous and tasty!
This recipe comes from the June 2011 edition of South African "Food and Home Entertaining", and it's from Anna Montali. However, I tweaked the recipe. It is posted as part of an Antipasti spread, but I found it absolutely great as a low-carb side dish instead of rice or potatoes! It's especially nice served with meat gravy, as it is fairly bland on its own. Quick and easy recipe!
Chicken, Penne,Pesto & Sundried tomatoes... oh yes. This gem comes from my Best of Arizona Cookbook contributed by the 5 star Armadillo Grill. The cayenne pepper brings a little zing, if you want more hot... add more.
The pesto and olive give the focaccia a very robust flavor. As a variation, omit the pesto and brush dough with olive oil, then sprinkle with snipped fresh basil and finely shredded parmesan cheese. This comes from my Better Homes and Garden Bread Machine Book.
These Italian rice balls are a great favorite of children & adults alike. Italian cheese blends consists of Mozzarella, Provolone, Parmesan, Romano, Fontina, & Asiago. I have noticed that sometimes the last 2 cheeses are not included. I have adjusted the recipe according to 2Bleu's comments. Thanks for the input...