This is a recipe that comes from the lovely ingredients
Tigerduck gave us for RSC #9. As a result my family enjoyed a
stuffed chicken instead of stuffing with bread. A side of roasted
cooked together with the chicken added to the ease of this recipe, as I
am for easy peasy recipes after working all day.
This recipe sounds so wonderful I want to share with everyone.
I received this recipe from ALSKANN in the Cookbook Swap Sept 2008 in the Alaskan ULU Cookbook. An ULU is a chopper with a bowl that makes life so easy! LOVE IT!!! I
Can be made for a daily dinner or for company, the presentaion is beautiful!
Thank you ALSKANN for such a wonderful gift.
Harvesting the remainder of the tomatoes, zucchinis, yellow squash and cherry tomatoes before a reported frost had me scrambling a bit. I figured on making sauce but needed a bit more, so this came out a chunky, vigorous sauce for dinner and for freezing. I also used fresh herbs, basil, oregano, and chives to add spunk. Dried herbs can be subbed. Season to your taste. This is a basic sauce.
Well the name says it all. I decided to plant yellow squash this year and they are coming in so I figured let's do something with them along with the other stuff coming out of the garden.
* any additional toppings can be used, and timing may be different for others, this was my first yellow squash baby so I was tender. :-)
My wonderful mother-n-law gave me this recipe and it is always requested for picnics or family get togethers. The herbs can be subbed at your discretion, or added to the original recipe. Enjoy ** time does not include refrigeration time
Wanted a substantial and healthy dinner for a cold night. Also wanted something where my hands were free to do bread and other cooking. Here is a different kind of stew recipe, little savory, little sweet. Enjoy it with a crusty bread and salad for a rounded meal.
This is made for RSC 11. The chicken turns out moist and delicious with a tang from the sun dried tomatoes. Looks like it came from a restaurant and IT DID...YOURS! (as per family) I hope you enjoy eating it as much as I had creating it.(edited 2/29/08 as I left ut directions for roasted peppers)
Do you ever wonder what to do with the last of the chips and crumbs in a chip bag? My DH and DS for some reason never can finish off a bag before starting a new one and I needed to do something. I saved a sandwich size bag of the crumbs and chips, crushed them up, added some bread crumbs and coated my chicken breasts. Great flavor from the chips, nice crunch and different texture for the palette. YUMMY
Served this with recipe #46501 French bread, green beans, and wild rice
A friend gave me this recipe and I tweaked to meet my family's tastes. Mind you they do not like plain zucchini but mixed with breads, other veggies, and soups--well let's just say kitchen Witchery. Super easy to make and smells great.
Tasty, light and fluffy rolls. Can be made smaller for dinner rolls or as sandwich rolls. Crusty outside and soft inside. These pack a great punch when paired with grilled chicken or pulled pork or even steak sandwiches. I even made these for fancy hamburger rolls and received raves for the flavor enhancement of the burger. Adopted from a bread machine recipe I had.
Prep time includes putting together and rising time once assembled. Times may change for rising based on altitude and temperature.
Prep time does not include dough cycle
I've been making this since the 1970's and it's great for satisfying that cheesecake craving. For pot luck or family gatherings, double the recipe and serve in a trifle bowl. Choose any type of pie filling, but I've found when doubling the recipe, one can of filling and one can of coconut is adequate. My personal favorite is blueberry.
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