Recipe given to me by Darice--delicious. Easily warmed up in the microwave. One reason I take this to family gatherings easy breakfast that anyone can heat up when ready. Please fix Recipe #151916 to go with--it really hits the spot.
This is a baking tip. I may have read this somewhere and stuck it way in the back of my mind. To have it jump back out a few days ago. So I'm putting here so I remember to do this again, just incase I stick it back in the back part of my brain again. If this was your idea I appologize for dublicating and let me know so I can eliminate this post and add yours to my long lost recipe cookbook :) I have tried this and it works! pretty well I might add.
This was a shake that was made when I worked in San Luis Obispo, CA. It was a sandwich shop called Ben Franklins and I couldn't have worked with/for nicer people. We were very well known for sub sandos and the people would line up just to get them. This shake is simple and yummy.
This is going to be the first recipe I make in my pressure cooker. Looks like a good combination of ingredients. Hope you and I like it. From Joanna White "This is an absolutely delicious chicken recipe, but depending on the type of jam used, it can take on a very dark color. Enhance the appearance by garnishing with fine shreds of orange zest."
I have never been a fan of tuna casserole. Don't know why? I like tuna and I like noodles, just don't like them together. This recipe makes serving tuna different, but very tasty. The rice is the crust while the tuna, cheese and egg make the filling. Reheats well in a micorwave for lunch/dinner the next day.
There are alot of swedish meatball recipes but none of them are made with gingersnaps. These are from a garage sale recipe box that my mother picked up. I have not tried yet but am posting here to save so I can try. Hope if you try them you enjoy them. Shirley
Was home sick and put this together. My husband that normally does not want to participate in rating a recipe said that this was 5 star resturant quality. Guess I couldn't ask for anything more. ENJOY!
Found this in a recipe box that my mother buys at garage sales. Have not tried it yet, but it sounds good and want to post here so I don't lose it. That and the paper it is written on is very thin and fading. Simple basic meal of potatoes and meat, enjoy.
I am on the search for recipes to make with beets, as I will be growing them this year. This one caught my eye because of the Grand Marnier, there is a note on the recipe card that has Triple Sec in quotes.