This is so easy and elegant. A friend that does not cook served it at a luncheon! I believe the recipe is from the Houston Chronicle food section. I have used crushed pecans instead of walnuts with good results.
This is an easy recipe for delicious Viet Namese/Thai style spring rolls. Light, healthy, a great summer meal but equally good all year long! This recipe is based on a Better Homes & Gardens recipe from the early 90s.
An easy salad that goes well with Asian food, but is tasty enough to serve with anything. It is best made ahead of time, which works well for entertaining! If you don't have fresh snow peas, frozen snow peas work, too. I have also used a whole tomato, chopped, in place of cherry tomatoes. From Kathy Lane, a long ago pal.
Easy,and wonderful! It is hard to believe so little effort tastes so good! The basic recipe is from one of those little cookbooks sold near the grocery store check out...My recipe card dates this recipe 1994. I serve this with brown rice, but white rice or noodles would be tasty, too.
This is my family's all time favorite. We serve it with buttered pasta penne noodles- add a sprinkle of garlic powder and parmesan cheese to the noodles to make them taste even better! It is an easy to cook dish you could serve at a dinner party!