A thin-crusted pizza done like an Italian Grandma used to make. Different that the average pizza, thinner and crisper than a Sicilian pie, you are going to love this quick, simple recipe. From America's Test Kitchens.
Not sure why they are called Beer Sliders. Maybe they'd be good with a brewski. But they are bite-sized bits of deliciousness. Recipe by Chef Armondo of Don Coqui Restaurant in New Rochelle, NY. LOVE the sauce.
From Appetite For Reduction by Isa Chandra Moskowitz, this is a FAB-U-LOUS recipe....even if health or calorie-consciousness isn't important.
These onion rings had a crunchy, super-tasty outer shell and the sweet onions cooked perfectly and were a terrific contrast, even though they were baked.
I HIGHLY recommend that you try this recipe...you'll be hooked.
As seen on America's Test Kitchen, this revamped chewy cookie has deep toffee/butterscotch undertones. They highy recommend Ghiradelli 60% cacoa bittersweet chips or Hershey's Special Dark chips.
It is important to bake one tray at a time for proper baking, and these are developed to make large cookies - 4-5" across. You'll have to use 3Tbsp of dough per cookie, giving 2" around each dough mound to allow for spreading. Cool cookies ON THE COOKIE SHEET for 30 to 60 minutes for the ideal cookies.
Delicious, simple to make and an enormous hit. These are a really special savory scone that can be made regular size or bite-sized.
Great hot or cold, but when these are still warm, they are incredible!
Chewy, wholesome and delicious. Tweak the ingredients to include what you like, and exclude what you are not fond of. Choose the type of healthy cereal you like - or mix a few varieties together. This recipe will support the addition of tons of goodies without falling apart. And don't forget to sprinkle some mini chocolate or peanut butter chips over the top of the cooled pan. A light press will secure them to the bars. DOUBLES WITH NO PROBLEM.
A nice, easy preparation for a side dish that you will want to put in to your repetoire for summer and beyond. This recipe can be cooked on a BBQ grill, stovetop grill or even in a sandwich/panini maker. Adjust herbs and spices to fit your taste or menu. I'm thinking Cajun would be darned good. Experiment with different types of potatoes, too.
These onion rings are perfectly coated by the batter; not overly thick batter that hides the taste of the onions. I prefer to slice regular onions thin so that the result is a fine, crisp onion ring. I challenge you to try this one out on friends using your favorite recipe. I think it is fantastic and hope you will, too.
My friend, Chrissi made these while on a girl's weekend and they were fantastic. Rich, delicious "crust" filled with just enough pecan filling so it's not the large mouthful of a pecan pie slice. Simple to make--this ones a real winner.
I think I picked this recipe up from one of Maida Heatter's books. Wherever it came from, these are lovely, sophisticated brownies that have a kiss of espresso flavor, making them a perfect adult treat and a sure thing for garnering compliments.