"In the days before modern canning methods, Italians dried sliced summer tomatoes on their tile roofs for use in winter months. Dehydrated by the sun, the tomatoes became sweet, chewy and flavorful. Early Keys pioneers undoubtedly did the same". From "The Florida Keys Cookbook", this sounds like a nice variation to a heavy sauce - good for a hot day. This quick and easy lunch or light supper can be made with penne, ziti, or orecchiette if desired.
My mom was cleaning out one of her closets and came across several folders full of recipes that she had clipped from magazines and newpapers over the years. This appears to have come from an advertisement for a Weight Watchers Cookbook called "Quick Cooking for Busy People". I don't know if they used the same point system back then as they do now but this claims to be worth 4 points. Anyway, it's a quick and tasty way to make chicken!
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One of my favorite sandwiches is Schlotzsky's Asian Chicken Wrap. Found the ingredients but was unable to find the actual recipe. This is my version. Tonkatsu is a Japanese sauce that this available in most supermarkets or make your own, recipe included. Do not leave out the cilantro . . it's the most important ingredient. Cooking time includes making your own Tonkatsu sauce.
This was served at a little sandwich shop that was located in the office building where I used to work. During the summer I make this several times a week - it's so delicious and refreshing! I like it with red grapes, but green will work as well!
This one appeared in Neil Gaiman's novel, "American Gods." When Shadow Moon gets out of prison he eats his first meal as a free man at a bar that claims to have the best chili in the state. After a couple mouthfuls he decides that the chili is good, but definitely not the best in the state. He then begins to reminisce about his wife's far superior chili. No recipe was given directly by Gaiman, but many of the the ingredients were mentioned. I took what Neil wrote and expanded upon it to create this recipe. Hope you enjoy!
The original recipe I found on epicurious many years ago but it used black eyed peas which I don't like. It was also labeled a salsa which I suppose would be good as well but my favorite way to eat this is as a salad for lunch. I like big servings of veggies so this usually lasts me two lunches but served as a side dish I suppose it could easily serve 4.