This recipe was given to me by my aunt years ago and I have been making it ever since, it was my mother's favorite kugel, it bakes out light and fluffy, you my adjust the sugar amount taste --- cooking time does not include boiling the noodles.
Simple ingredients really make an impression here. Now, usually my recipe fondness is biased to desserts, but every now and again, a "foodie" one will catch me off guard! We like this with pasta, chicken, and on sandwiches with thinly sliced ham, turkey, provolone, and mozzarella.
You know that bread they serve at Outback Steakhouse? Well, topsecretrecipes.com has got the recipe pretty close. If you want the exact color, you will have to use food coloring, but the taste is very good. Serve warm with whipped butter.
When the weather keeps you from your outdoor grill, this is a recipe that will remind you of warmer days ahead! Straight from America's Test Kitchens, the recommended brand of store-bought barbecue sauce is Bull's-Eye, although you can certainly mix up your own favorite recipe. You'll need four 12" skewers.
This chicken tastes just like the stuff that the food court guys are trying to get you to sample all the time!! Its really easy to prepare if you can get boneless chicken thighs and make sure that you use a good bourbon! Remember--if you wouldn't drink it, do not cook with it!
This is the best chicken salad I've ever made. It's a little fancier than my 'regular' chicken salad, and it's a nice presentation with whole grain crackers (like the Kashi crackers) or put a scoop on a large spinach leaf. Great for a brunch event. The different textures of the ingredients and the sweet "dressing" make a great combination. I found this recipe in The 2006 Southern Living Annual Recipes collection, hence the "Southern" name. Enjoy!
I first made these in 2000. These are my favorite dinner rolls! I got the recipe out of a cookbook that famous country singers contributed to. This was sent in by Steve Wariner. You'll have no room for dinner after you start eating these! I make my rolls a bit bigger, so of course my yield is considerably less then recipe states.
Yes, it's a long name for the easiest thin crust pizza dough ever. For a thicker crust let the dough rise for 45 minutes or more. This is extremely quick and the dough is really stretchy and easy to work with. Adapted from the Canadian Living Cookbook.
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