From the Kikkoman website:www.yourteriyaki.com. Since it is from their website, they recommend the Kikkoman brand of marinade, bread crumbs and Orange-Teriyaki-Honey dressing. I say use your own favorite brand.
Found this recipe on a Hellman's mayo coupon card. Sound delicious, light and refreshing. Posting here for safe keeping. When I make it, my preference would be to use the tuna in the foil packets (no draining necessary). Feel free to use your favorite brand of products. I suspect this would be good using chicken instead of tuna too or served over lettuce, etc :) If you try it, I hope you enjoy it!
This is from a new cookbook that I just purchased yesterday called "100 Best 4 Ingredient Recipes". I could not resist this book, simple and few ingredients are my favorite. I have not tried any yet, but could not resist sharing some of these easy recipes. Hope you enjoy! Cooking time is chill time.
This was served at my Red Hat Honey's club meeting last month and oh, how everyone raved about it. Gail was kind enough to share the recipe with us, so I am "paying it forward" and sharing it here. Servings depend on what else is served, so I have estimated. There were about 15 in our group, but we had at least 15 dishes in all. If you try it, I hope you enjoy it :)
This is a simple recipe that my husband makes for us a lot for breakfast. Just takes one pan and you have bacon and eggs! This recipe easily adapts to how many you want to make, just use more muffin/cupcake pans! Now if you like to have your bacon crispy, this will not be for you. The bacon gets done but not crispy! The bacon flavors the egg, which is much like a poached or boiled egg. The servings are based on two bacon and egg cups per person. Hope you enjoy!
This is from my cookbook entitled "Recipes from the Old South" I used to make these to take to cookouts as an appetizer. It says to serve with any highly seasoned dip, but I never did. I have guessed at the number it makes. Hope you enjoy!
Oysters are just about out of season now and I have not tried this recipe, but think it sounds good. If you decide to try it, I sincerely hope they are good. Maybe one day, I will get to try all the recipes that I want. (may be if I live to be as old as Methuselah (sp?)
This recipe comes from my "No Time to Cook" cookbook. Now you have to understand, these ingredients are some of my favorites. It is really hard to wait overnight for them to chill. I have not included chilling overnight in the time estimation. If you try these, I hope you enjoy!
This is from my "America Cooks" cookbook. It calls for venison, but it should work well with beef, pork or chicken. The original recipe uses the measurements of 3 parts venison, 1 part butter with salt and pepper. I have used specific measurements for the sake of Zaar's recipe format. The pate will keep well in the refrigerator. This is a Charleston, SC recipe. I have not prepared this recipe, but if you try it, I hope you enjoy it!
This comes from a cookbook from a local realty business. I have not tried it, but the name caught my eye! I read the ingredients and thought this sounded like a delicious "slushy" drink! I am dedicating it to a much loved Zaar member who goes by the name of Iron Bloomers! LOL!
I have not tried this, but the ingredients bring to mind a cool fall day and this cooking in the oven. I can almost smell the aroma! Cooking time does NOT include the overnight soaking of the beans. Hope you enjoy!
This recipe is from my cousin, Trudy. We have every Thanksgiving and Christmas, when our families get together. However, I do carry it to church functions all year long. I always get compliments on it. Hope you enjoy!!! By the way, a short cut would be just to mix all the vegetables into the cheese mixture and bake(not layering), then topping with the crushed crackers
This is a delicious summer salad, however I make any time of the year. It is always a big hit with family, friends and at church functions. We love it. It is easily made as a lowfat version, using low fat cheese and low fat mayo, even can use Splenda instead of sugar. Serving size is 1/2 cup. I obtained this recipe from Pillsbury Simple Summer Recipes Cookbook in approximately 1990. This is my first post to Recipe Zaar. I really hope you enjoy it.
This recipe came from Kraft Foods and the photo was so cute. It showed these little "kabobs" made with meatballs, pineapple and peppers on wooden toothpicks. It was adorable! I have not tried them, but wanted to share them with you. The serving number is based on using toothpicks as the skewers, with one meatball, one pineapple chunk and one piece of pepper per toothpick. Hope you enjoy!
My coworkers are great cooks. This is another great recipe from a former coworker. Covered dish lunches at the office are a great way to discover new recipes. This is quick and easy. Hope you enjoy this one!!!
I have had this recipe at many church functions and cookouts. This particular recipe is from my "Farm Journals Country Cookbook", originally published in 1958. This is from the 1972 edition. If using green cabbage, use white onions and if using white cabbage, use red onions. Cooking time is the chill time. It is very good. Hope you enjoy!
I have not tried this recipe, but am posting here for safe keeping and in the hopes someone on Zaar will try it and enjoy it. This was in a recent issue of Woman's Day magazine. My plan is to use red bell pepper and maybe add some red pepper flakes for some kick. I listed the chicken parts separately, but ideally the chicken should just equal 1 1/4 lb. If you try it, I hope you enjoy it!