Before coming to Zaar I seldom cooked lamb. Now I fix it often. This recipe was in one of those supermarket booklets. I made a couple of changes and we loved the results. The cooking time includes the time needed to allow the roast to marinade in the refrigerator.
This recipe comes from Pillsbury Easy Meals for 2 booklet. The prep time is minimal and they are cooked in 8 to 12 minutes on a contact grill. I used a reduced sugar marmalade. The recipe calls for dried marjoram leaves, which I did not have. I used the Herbes de Provence. You choose which you want to use. I served this with Rita L's French Green Beans with Garlic and Sliced Almonds (recipe 107639) and Marie's Brown and Serve Rolls (ABM) (recipe 111746). An elegant dinner for 2 can be had in less than 30 minutes.
If you are like me, sometimes there is to much of a good thing and that leaves leftovers. I made CountryLady's Recipe #110939 and there was about 6 ounces left. What to with it? Stuffed Pita's of course. This is an quick fix for leftover Souvlaki. Of course you will also need leftover tzatziki! For a quick weeknight meal for two, serve with a large Greek salad.
We love Greek food, and when you can make a Greek dish for breakfast, homerun! The medley of cheeses adds richness and body to the scrambled eggs. Recipe adapted from the Flying Biscuit Cafe, Atlanta, GA. COOKS NOTES: Please note that there are no cooking times, not needed. If you know how to cook eggs, and you know how you and your family like eggs, you will have no problems.
Salmon is high in protein and Omega-3 fatty acids content and to its overall low fat levels making it a healthier alternative as a sandwich filling. These are delicious alone or served with fresh vegetable sticks and dip.
This recipes comes from "Quick and Easy Low-Carb Cooking" by Nancy Hughes. It is easy to prepare and economical. Low in carbs it is perfect for those watching their carb intake. I used lemon pepper to reduce the sodium; however, you can use salt and pepper if preferred.
This is a quick recipe that makes a healthy weeknight meal. It is great for warmer months when you don't want to heat up the kitchen. If using fresh or defrosted fish, the cooking time needs to be adjusted accordingly. The recipe is courtesy of Costco.
There is no cooking involved but these do need to age in the refrigerator overnight. They are great to serve as an appetizer. The recipe was found in a book that I received in the cookbook swap--Family Circle Cooking with Herbs. Please note the cook time is the standing time.
This is great to whip up for a filling lunch and a nice change from a sandwich. I made this using recipe #57642 which was perfect for our taste. The amount of dressing is optional and the salad should be moistened to individual taste. Serve this was pita bread wedges or crisp crackers.