I found this recipe on line and then proceed to loose it. I made it last night and wanted to post it before I forgot what I did. It is a nice spicy stuffed pepper dish. This dish also makes a nice make ahead meal. Please see note below.
This is an adaption of a recipe by Alton Brown. It uses very basic ingredients, prep is minimal and it so much more economical than pre-made granola. If you want it gluten free be sure and read labels and make sure all ingredients are gluten free.
Once a year at the county fair I purchase a coarse ground yellow cornmeal. This recipe is attached and is a great southern recipe. The 3 tablespoons of flour can be easily substituted with a gluten free blend. Preheating the cast iron skillet makes for a nice crust on the bread.
Macon, GA seems to be a culinary delight for pimento cheese. I found this recipe in The Taste of Tunnel Hill cookbook and did some research on-line. While I found various versions of pimento cheese recipes I did not find this one. It really intrigued me because of the chopped boiled eggs. Freshly ground pepper can be added if you desire but that wasn't included in the recipe.
This is my version of a recipe that I found on-line. It is very versatile and can be used with ham, bacon, Canadian bacon or no meat at all. It makes a very nice dish for a girlfriend brunch or lunch. I served them with mini lemon poppy seed muffins and Recipe #226651.
This my adaption of a recipe I found on-line. I made these for a ladies gathering at my church and they were well received. When cooking gluten free be sure and read all labels to make sure all ingredients are gluten free.
A great recipe to have on hand when your recipe calls for self-rising flour. This blend can be used for muffins, scones, cakes, cupcakes or any recipe that uses baking powder for leavening. The recipe is from Living Without.
This recipe has been developed for ZWT9 and the wonderful hostesses with which I have the pleasure of working on ZWT with. This will get you buzzing. The chocolate covered coffee beans and Tia Maria are listed as optional but they do make such a wonderful difference!
The recipe comes from Living Without. It is loaded with tons of wonderful fresh vegetables. If you can boil water you can make this wonderful salad. When cooking gluten free, please read labels carefully. Costco has gluten free rotisserie chicken.
I have been wanting to make Recipe #27208 for a long time. The brown gravy called for contains gluten. A quick search yielded a wonderful recipe for a gluten free mix that I was able to make in minutes.
I have been following a gluten free diet for several years and have been on the look out for a really good and easy apple crisp. The crust on this stays nice and crunchy. I used Recipe #335405 for the filling. The recipe was modified from Living Without.
What to do when you have a little of this and a little of that in the vegetable drawer that needs to be used. Makes a hearty meal for 4 when served with corn bread or corn muffins. Be sure and cut the vegetables into equal pieces to ensure proper cooking.
Okay you may have tried Cabbage Patch Stew in the past but in this recipe the black-eyed peas combine with the cabbage to make a hearty and delicious meal. The dish is made lighter by using lean turkey and delicious chicken stock.
This recipe is from Rachel Ray. Her recipe uses fresh parsley, basil and thyme. She also uses wine to deglaze the pan. I have made adjustments to the recipe based on what I used. Feel free to adjust herbs to your liking and if you cook with wine, it can be used in place of the chicken stock. Be creative.