A good, simple alternative to deep-frying. I think I got this from OAM Cookbook years ago. Make sure the tortillas are room temperature or they will crack when you roll them. You can microwave the whole package for about 20 seconds to speed things up.
I found this recipe on the back of a store-brand bag of egg noodles. The name sounded so old-fashioned and the ingredients looked so simple, I couldn't help but try it. I used turkey sausage because my family prefers it. Actually I halved the recipe and it was plenty for the 4 us with some left over.
This is one of the easiest scone recipes you'll ever make! I've made them as gifts for teachers by combining the dry ingredients in a holiday bag, top with dried cranberries and attach the rest of the directions. Quick, easy, and yummy!
The original recipe I used is nothing like this one. Over the past 20 years, I've made numerous changes and have made it easier and quicker to make. This has been our "birthday dinner" choice many times.
This is from the Betty Crocker Cookie Cookbook that my mom used until it fell apart. She made these often and now I'm carrying on the tradition. The recipe states it makes 6 dozen but I always get 4 dozen. Guess my cookies are bigger than they're supposed to be!