A great combination of Chicken, Cashews and Pasta. Served warm or cold, this is a good way to use left over grilled chicken. (Prep time is approximate and cooking time is the time it takes to boil the pasta)
I think I got this recipe as a freebie when I bought sausage. It is similar to the bisquick crazy-crust pies. DD made this at her 'girls only' movie night. She used about 3/4 lb. sweet Italian sausage, omitted the mushrooms (personal preference) and added some sliced pepperoni over the sauce. The girls loved it!
I'm not sure where this recipe came from, but it looks really good and healthy, too. I'm just waiting for a kind neighbor to share some of his zucchini harvest so I can try it. (Prep time is approximate)
I found this on one of those recipe cards at the grocery store. It's a little different than most of the cabbage casserole recipes I've seen posted, so I thought I'd share it. *Note: Be sure to core the cabbage well or it will be tough.
Here in New England, where cranberries are more plentiful (and less expensive) than cherries, my dear sister-in-law would make this pie every year. We lost her a few years ago, but will always remember her warm and loving personality through her recipes.
Even those folks that don't usually like mincemeat will like these. My mother used to make them at Christmas when we were little. Like a lot kids, I would never eat mincemeat pie, but I really loved these!
This came from a very old Recipes on Parade cook book...so old that President Nixon was still in office! This recipe was donated by his wife, Pat. (Cook time is chill time and serving size as well as prep time is approximate)
This is another one of the recipes in my mother-in-law's file. I don't know who Penelope is, but her cake is delicious! Because we really like lemon, I added the glaze to the cake, but it is delicious without it, too.
I found this recipe in the paper years ago, tucked it away for 'safe-keeping' and just recently found it again! It's a little different from the other Dijon chicken recipes I've seen listed and although I have never tried it, it looks delicious.
May the luck of the Irish be with you - even if you don't have time for a 'real' St. Patty's Day dinner! My DD found this recipe on one of the cooking shows on The Food Network. Paired with boiled potatoes and rye bread, it's a good quick meal. If you have any leftovers, it's even better the second day. For an even quicker one-pot dinner, do not serve with potatoes, but use 2 or 3 cans of corned beef hash in place of the meat.