My version of a well loved combination. Caramelising the sugar gives it the special something. The flavoring with vinegar, butter and caraway is typically German. The flavor of egg noodles is essential for this dish I think, so best don't use pasta.
This comes from Paula Deen. It is absolutely wonderful especially if you like French Onion Soup. Make sure you use heavy duty aluminum foil and if you make these on the outdoor grill, double the foil because you do not want to loose any of the delicious broth.
A dish from the old country. Not quite like the others already on Zaar. Adapted to modern times too w/ a few shortcuts. It still takes forever to cook, but the prep couldn't be simpler now. Grandma always says when you think you've cooked the veggies enough, cook them that much longer again. We often serve this at Jewish holiday meals and at Thanksgiving.
We love cabbage. This is something I created using Splenda so keep within the South Beach Diet. Amount of seasonings are to be added per your personal taste. I recently made it with the addition of spinach which was also delicious.
A wonderful fusion of flavours. Goes well with most any dish but especially good with full-bodied meats. Pre-cook beets in their skins by baking in foil at 200 Celsius for 1 hour. Alternatively, autocook without added moisture in microwave. preparation time does not include pre-cooking.
Found this recipe on the web recently. Love the combination of flavors. Use the best quality green beans available. Canned beans won't work in this recipe. UPDATE: I've eliminated the step for submerging the beans in ice cold water per suggestion of a reviewer. Always room for improvement!
That's right -- a lighter version of scalloped potatoes. No cream or cheese but lots of taste. When I make this, I put it in a couple of casseroles, cook it and freeze. An easy side for a quick week night meal.
Peas (frozen or canned), on their own, are not one of my favorite vegetables but they are convenient to have on hand. This recipe dresses them up and adds flavor which I find otherwise lacking. I have only prepared this with frozen peas, but assume it would work just as well with the canned variety.