This is delicious, super-easy to make, and the ingredients are what you will always have on hand in your pantry. Before we even knew how to bake cakes and cookies, my little sister and I used to make this whenever a sweet craving attacked us (a not infrequent event!).
This is a wonderful sandwich filler made from pork that cooks until it is shredded. It is spicy and can be served on rolls or on rice. There are variations to this recipe, but this one comes from my Aunt Fanny in Fall River, Mass. Thanks Aunt Fanny!
This is a recipe I get alot of requests for. I love it because it's so rich and creamy. My sister-in-law cons me into making her one every Christmas! I got it from the back of a box of graham cracker crumbs.
aka: 'How to Make the Perfect Cheesecake' This recipe includes very detailed instructions for preparation which is the key to any great cheesecake. *This is my signature recipe that I have spent many many hours perfecting the
ingredients and techniques for. This is not 'NY Style' but real 'NY Cheesecake'.
The end result is a wonderful cheesecake that some will tell you to eat with a towel, because it's like an 'O' in your mouth.
This is a basic cheesecake recipe, it's the one recipe I can count on to always bake out the best, and is very easy to make also, it's a blank canvass for any topping you desire, you can substitute any flavor of extract you desire for the vanilla, I have even used 3-4 tablespoons of Irish cream or use any flavor of liquer the possibilities with this cheesecake are endless, for the best results use only full-fat products for this recipe!
Siu mai or Siomai are steamed dumplings but with an open top. They're just so delicious that every time I go to Chinese restaurants or take out, expect me to order this as an appetizer. My Mom/sis used to prepare this as well and is good served with a dip of soy sauce mixed with any of these: calamansi/lemon/lime/kumquat. Now that I have to make it, there are times I opt out on the water chestnuts since I don't have them but it hardly changes a thing. :D Serving size really depends.
Sauce recipe: 1/4 cup soy sauce and 1 tsp lemon or lime or calamansi or kumquat.
Absolute perfect main course for a cold Sunday. This is the best Posole I've ever had. Needs nothing in my opinion. Don't skimp on the chiles and make sure there is enough "broth" in the finished thing. My favorite way to eat it is with a warm tortilla and fresh lettuce, tomatoes and a dollop of sour cream.
I found this recipe on FoodNetwork by Danny Boome, whom hosts their new show "Rescue Chef." Perfect balance of flavors. We have this at least once a week. It's good even without the shrimp. I double the sauce because our family likes it saucier. I also have all ingredients ready before I begin cooking.
I came up with this when I have left over green enchilada sauce. DH really liked this. Great served with mashed potatoes or rice. This would be a great OAMC dish because you can put the sauce over the chicken before freezing and use it like a dump chicken dish.
This is the best chicken I have EVER had! It's so fast and easy and it tastes like something you would get at a fancy dinner somewhere nice! My husband raved about it and my friends love it too! It's a keeper!