Quick and easy. Great with drinks!!! It's really better to make this dough up several days in advance. The crackers really improve for sitting in the fridge. In fact the dough will be good for about 5 days. These are a favorite of my husband so seldom last that long!!! And, of course, you can bake them right away if you want. I cut the rectangle of dough in half and roll out half at a time.
When I lived in England, I found their casseroles were basically different from ours. We put the oddest things together and this casserole is a perfect example. Another would be corned beef hash with an egg on top. Well, when I made both of these for my then future inlaws, they thought they were delicious. Understand, it never changed the way they cooked, thank goodness, because I love the English food too.
This is a recipe I saved out of a usaweekend magazine years ago. I tidied it away and, of course couldn't find it again, until today. So I thought I would copy it here where I can always find it and you can too. I have put down 4 servings, but of course it will depend on what you'll be grilling.
Another recipe from Sunset's Chinese Cookbook. A lovely combo of flavors. Over the years we have changed the recipe to suit our tastes. Love it, love it, love it! Oh, by the way, you can also make this using beef or shrimp.
Our daughter was in grade school when we started our "Saturday Chinese" cooking. Not adventurous, our girl, when it came to food. Well, she blew me away when this became her favorite chinese meal. Her tastes opened up quite a lot, thank goodness. I worried how she was going to survive the rest of her life on soft boiled eggs, toast, ramen and chicken.
When our son was in 7th grade, for Christmas, he gave me a Sunset Chinese Cook Book and my husband gave me bamboo steamers. Well, that was the beginning of a family love affair with Chinese cooking. Every Saturday we would "cook Chinese." It was great fun. The recipe for these buns has been changed over the years and now has become our favorite. They are particularly good with Chinese chicken and corn soup or any light and brothy soup.
I found this recipe on the William-Sonoma last summer and it has become one of my most treasured comfort meals. It is so quick and easy it can be made mid-week after work or it is elegant enough for a dinner party. Roasted asparagus would round out this meal perfectly.