I love Creole food and this is a wonderful way to lighten up a classic. Easy enough for a large gathering or simple enough for a small dinner party. Serve with crusty bread for a dining experience. Recipe is from "The Diabetes Food and Nutrition Bible".
These make an elegant breakfast treat or can be served for dessert. I personally prefer to serve them as a dessert. I have included a quick dessert crepe recipe as well. The crepe recipe will yield about 18 to 22 crepes. They are great to allow them to cool down, place wax paper between them, stack and place in ziplock bag in the freezer. This recipe comes for a 1976 vintage Crepe Cookery cookbook.
A new twist on a classic. The meat is very tender and full of flavor. This jambalya has a rich flavor and color. The original recipe is printed in the February/March 2006 edition of Cooking Pleasures. I made a few changes for personal preference.
This is an easy dish to make and perfect for a meatless dinner served with french bread and crisp salad. The recipe was published in The New American Diet Cookbook. I made only a few minor adjustments.
This recipe is from Pillsbury. Makes a nice meatless lunch or dinner for 2. Fill free to adjust toppings for your personal preference. I served these with cherry tomatoes and assorted olives on the side.
I loved cajun food before living in Baton Rouge, LA for a time. I really learned to love it while living there. Most of the etouffee I have eaten has a heavy roux. This is a lighter sauce. The recipe was downloaded from another site a few years ago.
Yogurt cheese is a wonderful way to reduce calories and fat. This recipe makes a delicious and creamy low-fat dessert. I used recipe #145891 for the tart crust. The longest amount of time is in straining the yogurt to make the cheese. In place of the vanilla yogurt, you can use a 32 container of plain lowfat yogurt and add 1 teaspoon vanilla. The powdered sugar in the recipe might need to be increased to 1/3 cup depending on taste.
Okay, there is Italian Salad Dressing and then there is French Salad Dressing. This mix combines both for a wonderful unique result. This recipe come from more Make a Mix Cookery Cookbook, 1980 vintage.
Source: "Fine Cooking" This is one of my recently adopted recipes. I prepared it and it is wonderful. The end result are rolls with a crispy crust and soft chewy center. I always add wheat gluten when adding the flour. This produces a superior quality of bread so I am including it in the list of ingredients.
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