I got this yummy PB and chocolate crispy treat recipe from a friend of a friend and have looked on the Rice Crispy website for the same recipe and here on recipezaar and haven't found one exactly like it...similar recipe here on receipezaar yes, but not the same and none of them jelly rolled it and cut them into swirls which is different and cute! This recipe makes 16 swirls or you can divide the recipe into two logs and make mini swirls. And the best way to roll your log is with a silicone baking sheet liner called SILPAT ( google it )...it worked REALLY well! Nothing sticks to it...nothing!
These gyro/wraps taste so light and refreshing. I make these for parties and quick get togethers, slice them up on the diagonal and hold the wrap closed with a tooth pick. In the photo I used tortilla wraps only because they can be folded easily- but they are awesome with pita bread...speaking of pita bread, watch out for my recipe for homemade tortillas, pitas and naan bread that I'll be posting soon. P.S. I used salt and Mrs. Dash's table blend seasoning mix to season my chicken but receipezaar doesn't recognize it.. so I'm mentioning it here- you can use the other seasonings I wrote too.
Chicken Risotto. A yummy creamy ( as in texture but has no cream ) chicken, rice and veggie concoction I made last night for dinner. However, I used sushi rice instead of the typical italian arborio- but it absorbs just as much!! Good stuff. As for taste...think of your favorite chicken soup recipe...but risotto syle.
If you use arborio rice you may need to increase liquid and cooking time...it takes a little longer to cook than sushi rice (approx. 5-10 mins..) read the instructions on your package of arborio rice to get an idea.
This recipe was given to me from my sister-in-law. I changed it a bit and it is absolutely delicious and very filling. I like to serve it before a light meal, like fondue. Don't let making a soup from a roux scare you- it is super easy.
For all those fans of my Chicken Pot Pie recipe....you'll live this one too! The real name of the recipe is Hot Chicken Salad. I got this recipe from a book called The Complete Guide to Country Cooking. I have been asked about this recipe so often and about what's in it that we call it the " What's In It " casserole! This is a great potluck addition or light luncheon and can be assembled 24 hours in advance. I hope you enjoy this wonderfully light and comforting meal/side. I like to double my recipe (still using the 9x13 dish) and use it for a few days.
My sister in law prepared this for me after I gave birth to my 2nd daughter. I have modified it a bit to my taste.It is basically a meat pie- but rolled up served with an optional tomato based sauce. Very economic and it hits the spot and looks nice too. Also tastes great with white sauce.
My husband's family has a different way of eating tacos and burritos than my family, and I like the change! It really gives you something different than your average taco/burrito/fajita and is economical and tasty at the same time. Someone rated this as being too sweet even though their isn't any added sugar in this recipe, they said because of the tomato juice...which is surprising to me, but you can try using tomato sauce instead if you too think tomato juice is sweet. Serving suggestions: load your plate or burrito with fresh veggies, cheese and optional sour cream and guacamole and ripped up pieces of tortilla and ladle over the sauce and eat!
In Quebec, this recipe is called Pate au Saumon- thus the french name. In English: Salmon Pie. The first time I tried a recipe similar to this, made by my mother-in-law, I didn't like it! Now, with my version, I can't get enough!
I got this recipe from my aunt who found it I believe on lowcarbfriends.com. She had started Atkins and has lost 93 pounds so far...well, I just started Atkins and found this recipe to be one of my favorite quick meals.... and I didn't like tuna that much before!
I made up this recipe and have enjoyed it more than several times this year. I like it so much I want to share it! It's a nice versatile recipe to either slow cook overnight or during the day, but is also easy to quick cook in an hour and a half.
This is a one dish meal that is a comfort food for me and that I make a lot of to eat at any time of the day. My mother used to make this for me when I was little. This is not the exact duplicate, I have modified it to suit my tastes. Beware!! I am longwinded and overly descriptive at times. This receipe might look a mile long in directions but it deceptful in that it is simple to make and doesn't take a long time to make either.
A French Canadian dish that is served everywhere in the Northern Quebec region. It is tasty and filling. It takes a long time to cook and peeling and cubing all the potatoes may be tiring but it is well worth it! Try it just once and I'm sure you'll agree.
A French Canadian dish that goes way back to the railroads being built by Chinese immigrants- according to what I am told. This dish was easy and inexpensive so this is what they ate. This is another dish that is commonly prepared up in the Northern Quebec region.
Chicken, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, and cream of chicken soup enveloped by pie crust in a casserole dish or pie pan. Adjust serving size accordingly. You can substitute the chicken for turkey or go vegan and hold the meat and substitute the cream of chicken for cream of broccoli, celery, or mushroom.
Chicken or turkey, celery, carrots, potatoes, onion in a homemade creamy stock. Remove the meat and go vegetarian! I made this recipe up and I love it. It tastes good at any time of the day and for any meal in any season.
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