I got this recipe in 1980 when I worked at University of Michigan hospital. The ward secretary on our unit always brought this to our potluck lunches. Everyone loves it because of its great cheesecake flavor without the heaviness of regular cheesecake. Easy to make, easier to eat!
This recipe came from an old issue of Better Homes and Gardens. I've been making it for years, and it is a family favorite. I like to serve it with some grated cheese on top and/or a dollop of sour cream. The original recipe called for straining the soup after pureeing to remove the seeds. I skip this step, as I don't mind the seeds. This soup freezes well.
From Holly Clegg's website, this recipe is indeed quick and delicious. I used Bertolli's Vidalia Onion and Roasted Garlic sauce. I had never used goat cheese before, but it gave the dish an interesting and flavorful twist. My family went nuts over this recipe; hope yours does, too!
This recipe came from www.breadworld.com, website of Fleischmann's yeast. I love to make hearty soups and stews this time of year, and there's nothing better than a fresh loaf of crusty French bread to go with them. This recipe is easy and very good.
Here's the perfect recipe for someone on a weight-reduction diet. Low calorie, low fat, low carb. I am listing the spices I usually use with it, but you can play around and add whatever appeals to you. Great recipe to empty out your vegetable drawer when you need to use up some vegs. The same friend that gave me the Chicken Elia recipe (#104990) gave me this one. I usually serve it over rice.
I found this online on the Dallas Morning News' website. I like it because it has great, spicy flavor, and the corn in it makes it a little different and adds texture. I used canned chicken instead of fresh, and it worked fine. Wonderful winter comfort soup!
Another variation on a cauliflower for potatoes recipe. We really like the flavor of the cream cheese and touch of garlic. You can also use this instead of mashed potatoes for Shepherd's Pie - it's really good this way!
Throw it in the crock pot on New Year's Eve before you go out, and dinner the next day will be ready; all you have to do is fix the mashed potatoes. Slow, low cooking makes a roast that is very tender. Delicious!! I used to manage a doctor's office, and our Blue Cross rep told me that her family made this every year for New Year's.
A friend gave this recipe to me. It has been a party staple over the years. The catsup gives it a shrimp color as well as a little zip. It's delicious and quick to assemble. I like to serve it with Sociables crackers, but it also works well with potato chips.
A friend gave this to me. It's named for her friend Elia, who created the recipe. The best part of the chicken is the crispy skin that results from using the honey. If you use skinless chicken breasts, it won't be as good. This really smells good while it's cooking, too. Delicious, quick prep chicken!