My mama always had this growing up....I never had Hellman's until I was in college!!!! I'ts just delicious, and equally as wonderful as a sauce if you thin it down with more lemon juice/vinegar and add some garlic and herbs. You must have a food processor to make this.
My aunt has been making this dessert for dinner parties for years. It's really fabulous and rich and tart and more suited for adult tastes than for most children. You must have the frozen box of raspberries (the bag kind will not work) and you must have a food processor.
My husband and I just got back from a trip down to the Florida Keys where we had this appetizer along the way. These are so simple and easy to do and wow are they good. I typically love thick cut bacon, but for this, I purposefully bought thin, center-cut bacon and I think it worked out nicely.
I bought a beautiful pomegranate at the store the other day and wanted to somehow incorporate it with the salmon I had to cook. My husband and I don't like salmon all that much but after last night I think we'll be eating it much more often! I think this glaze could work for many fish, even pork tenderloin and chicken breasts. I also think you could easily substitute cranberry juice for the pomegranate.
Just made this recipe last night from the December issue of Cooking Light. It was really delicious and satisfying and hard to believe it was light!! Other than substituting the green bell pepper for yellow bell pepper and doctoring it up with a little hot sauce, I followed the recipe to a tee. I think shrimp would be good in this, too. (oh, it did take a little more butter than it called for!)(I did use a cast iron skillet rather than a nonstick to get a good sear on the scallops)
My cousin and her husband grilled these one night for an appetizer and they were delicious. Whoever had cleaned these dove had just "popped out the breasts", so there were no little legs and no skin. I prefer whole birds because I think they stay more tender and I love to eat the little legs, but either way will work. You could use quail for this recipe too, I bet.
I always get the coconut chicken soup when I go to a Thai restaurant. I love the combination of flavors! This is a dish that can be served over white or basmati rice or made thinner by adding additional chicken broth and turned into a soup. Add some paper thin sliced mushrooms and scallions at last minute if you're making the soup. This is also really good with shrimp. Do watch that red curry paste, though- it's spicy!!!
You would never guess that only 4 ingredients go into this soup! You can serve it pureed or chunky or a little of both and it can be served warm or chilled! You also have the option of using low-fat cream cheese but I have never tried the fat-free version. I'ts delicious! Serve with a good crusty bread and you're ready to go.