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.
Ready, Set, Cook! Special edition contest entry. You may have heard of shrimp and grits. Well how about a delicious shrimp creole sauce spooned over nice crispy hash browns. A wonderful breakfast or anytime meal.
Ready, Set, Cook! Special Edition Contest Entry -- A no-fuss German potato salad that is sure to please. A delicious side can be ready in a matter of minutes when using diced potatoes and onions from Simply Potatoes.
I was looking for a nice snack that I could mix up quick and pack to take along on trips. I wanted something low in carbs and sugar. This recipe is so easily adapted. It is high in fiber and low in carbohydrates and it travels well.
In order with eating healthier I developed this recipe to include a good source of vegetables and protein to start the day off right. I am posting it with gluten free options. Serve this with a side of fruit for a great start to any day. The recipe was designed for 2 but can be easily adjusted to serve more.
Typically posole is made with pork and sometimes beef. I got an email the other day for a posole made with turkey. It looked interesting and I did a little playing with it and came up with a nice warming soup.
This is the ultimate grilled sandwich. Thinly sliced sirloin steak that has been generously rubbed with chili powder, sandwiched between melting Havarti cheese and slathered with a spicy poblano-cranberry chutney. Oh yum! Developed for Craze-E Contest.
This recipe is perfect for a small family. I frosted the cupcakes and then froze them. They defrost nicely. These are sinfully delicious frosted with recipe Recipe #70900 and garnished with chopped peanuts.
I found this recipe on the Oregon State University Extension Service website. I have updated the ingredients list and added in the juice of 1 lemon. Other than that didn't change a thing. These pears are a beautiful red and would make excellent gifts for family and friends.
These are a delicious savory waffle that can be used as a bed for your favorite chili or meat gravy. They also make a mean sandwich when split in half. The recipe has the instructions for both gluten free and regular. Leftovers can be stored in a sealed plastic bag and toasted as needed.
The recipe was printed awhile back in our local newspaper. It is credited to Shauna James Ahern aka Gluten Free Girl and the Chef. The first time I made the bread the dough was way to wet but the texture of the bread was so good. This time I cut the water by 1/3 cup. While the dough is still pretty soft, I was able to shape it and use my french bread pan to make crusty baguettes.
I found this recipe in a magazine and made some very slight changes. I used a gluten free linguine but think it would be just as good served with spaghetti squash. It is a delicious gluten free meal whether served with gluten free pasta or the cooked spaghetti squash.
I know the recipe sounds strange but it is really very good. This one was found in Costco Connection July 2011 and is a great way to use seasonal fruit to make a delicious meal. You can either use poached chicken breasts or use diced rotisserie chicken.
Yes, you can make delicious, cakey, gluten free donuts. Recipe #155392 was my inspiration for the glaze. The recipe makes six regular donuts or 12 mini-donuts. If using the mini-pan the cooking time may need to be adjusted.
This is a delicious combination of flavors. It can be served as a side dish or makes a wonderful vegetarian meal served with rice. The recipe is adapted from "1000 Recipes Indian, Chinese, Thai and Asia". The recipe suggests chilling before serving but I served this hot with seasoned rice and cinnamon spiced carrots.