This is supposed to be a copycat of the sauce served on Hooter's Hotwings. I've never been in a Hooter's (and won't ever be)so I don't know how authentic the taste is, but these are quite tasty on hot wings, deep fried plain or breaded either one works nicely with this sauce.
The original recipe was from allrecipes.com. This one doesn't resemble it much anymore, as I have adapted it more to my tastes. I think you'll like this, it's refreshing, tasty, and good for you. Serve VERY cold; the colder it is, the better it is.
From Alton Brown and the Food Network. This is a great little tip for "writing" on your edibles. Use it on cakes, cookies, muffins, pancakes, whatever. You're only limited by your imagination. I have also used this recipe with white chocolate chips, worked very well. You don't even need pastry bags or tips for this one. Yield is approximate, as I didn't measure the chocolate once melted.
This is a copycat version of Applebee's famous quesadillas. Using the Pico de Gallo recipe #83371 (thank you EdsGirl), you won't be able to tell the difference between these and the ones from the restaurant. Please note, the recipe is for one serving, adjust accordingly to suit your needs.
I don't really remember where I got this recipe; off the internet somewhere, I'm sure. This tasty little salad is just the thing to cool you off in the summer; very refreshing, and so quick and easy. Just remember if you're sensitive to cucumbers (I am) try to use the "burpless" varieties.
This recipe came about when I had some leftover hotdog buns and some pepperoni. It's embarrassingly simple, but tastes like you just ordered from an Italian eatery. Kids will love this. My son loves it, and he is one of the pickiest kids I've ever met. I don't even use the sauce on mine.
I got this recipe from the Food Network (Party Line with the Hearty Boys). We served this at my daughter's first birthday party, and it was really very tasty with the raw veggies, especially the red bell pepper strips. Please, please try to find the smoked paprika; it's the key to this dip.
I believe this recipe originally came from Southern Living Magazine. This smells so wonderful when you stir it. I leave out the peanuts (personal preference), but you may enjoy them. Note: prep time does not include time to cook the rice.
From the December 2008 January 2009 issue of Taste of Home magazine.
This is fabulous if you can grind your own spices.
Would make a great gift for your favorite chai lover.
If you don't have the vanilla flavored coffee creamer, just add 2 or 3 drops of vanilla to your cup of chai.
This recipe is from Colette Peters, in a wonderful book called Cakes To Dream On. This is one of the many recipes I tested when making my daughter's first birthday cake. Fabulous filling, couldn't ask for any better. I made one batch using almond extract, and one using 1/2 vanilla and 1/2 orange extract.
From BH&G Biggest Book of Cookies. I made these tonight after cries of "What's for dessert?" They're all gone. For an extra little treat, make these with the new Hershey's Kisses filled with caramel. YUM! YUM!