These become tender and soft in the oven, and are finished off under the broiler to crip them up! Adapted from Cooking Pleasures magazine. Potatoes and leeks were used throughout Europe and are considered Irish, Russian and Southern USA foods.
Chasseur is French for hunter. This is an updated version of an old classic. If fresh tarragon is unavailable, double the amount of fresh parsley-don't use dried tarragon. Serve with egg noodles or mashed potatoes! Adapted from Cook's Illustrated magazine.
These make a decorative presentation served sprinkled over soups, such as Cream of Garlic Soup with Root Vegetables, or sprinkled over a salad. These are so good, they make a great snack too! Use desired amounts. I put 8 servings, but this will vary according to how much pastry is used.
These are just as good for breakfast as they are for supper! Mixing honey with the goat cheese mades it easy to spread on the cinnamon raisin bread. Adapted from Cooking Light magazine(June 2004). An African/Middle Eastern influenced recipe.
This is a quick and easy recipe. It can be served as an everyday kind of meal or as the main course of an elaborate and elegant dinner. From the Moosewood Restaraunt Low-Fat Favorites Cookbook. Prep time includes marinating time. This is an English recipe.