My husband Russ has been making this lately when we have odd veg in the fridge. I think he's almost got it right as his one was great. We actually planned to make coleslaw, but the weather turned cold and we had to re-think dinner. This was great with roast chicken. The last time he made this, he used leek instead of onion. Feel free to vary the veg.
Since I can't eat entire tomatoes, I'm grateful for a recipe that uses tomato sauce instead of crushed tomatoes, etc. This recipe comes from Host Chelsie Kenyon on About.com's Mexican cooking forum. Thank you, Chelsie!
Please see Chelsie's original recipe here at http://mexicanfood.about.com/od/quickmexicanrecipes/r/SpanishRice.htm
You can make the salt nonexistent in this recipe by using no-salt tomato sauce and chicken broth.
I got this recipe from a friend of mine and it is very good, you can season it to your taste!! I use the Italian bread crumbs and also I use cream of mushroom soup sometines and it is just as good. You can use any kind of cheese you like as well. this is a very flexible recipe and is so easy to do!
There are intriguing flavor combinations of this Thai cuisine dish. The mild zucchini is a perfect partner for the stronger flavors in this dish. Compliments of Above & Beyond Parsley, Kansas City, Missouri.
I can't for the life of me remember where this recipe came from but I have been making these for about 30 years now. Everyone absolutely loves them. I nearly always double or triple the recipe because we love them as snacks or in our lunch the next day. Go by the recipe and don't add any extra salt as there is enough in the cheese and crackers. Enjoy!
P.S. 8-7-09 I have been making this for over 30 yrs. and have never had a problem with watery zucchini. Might just be a climate issue.
This delicious fried rice is a nice change of pace for leftover meat and veggies. It's good made with your choice of ham, pork, or grilled chicken. I like to put the rice together early in the day then simply reheat it at suppertime. It's already-tasty flavor seems to only improve with time!
An adaptation of my memory of green beans served in a steak house in Omaha Nebraska. The owner's daughter would only tell us that the secret to this sweet sour dish was something that most people throw away. Pictured here with No-Nonsense Chuck Eye steak #238451
From the Seattle Times newspaper, a simple and tasty side dish. This can be prepared ahead of time and rewarmed before serving. Do not add the bacon or lime juice until just before serving.ZWT South region (Cajun) and Mid-West region (corn).