This sounds yummy, although I have not tried it yet myself. Recipe courtesy of Chet Day's Daily Crock website. Posted for Zaar World Tour II for the Southeastern Europe region. Note: Prep Time does not include overnight soaking of the beans.
This is a super-simple recipe that I received in an e-mail from Swanson's Creative Cooking. I have not tried it yet, but I'm posting it for Zaar World Tour II. (Note: Cooking time includes 1 hour marinating time.)
Chicken is marinated in a soy sauce, sake and ginger sauce, then threaded onto skewers and broiled with leeks for an easy, tasty and fun meal. Recipe courtesy of Allrecipes. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.
This is a thick, hearty chowder. The recipe originated from a member of the Canadian Army. Serve with fresh rolls or thick slices of bread, if desired. Recipe courtesy of Allrecipes. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.
This sounds so yummy! During the baking the batter rises to the top and a pudding like sauce forms underneath the crust. There is also a lemon version. Recipe courtesy of Allrecipes. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.
This is an old favorite vegetable stew from Nova Scotia. Is typically made in the fall as gardens are just harvested. It is important that the freshest veggies are used. This recipe very much lends itself to tinkering by adding different vegetables and quantities. Recipe courtesy Allrecipes, submitted by Vivian Cleveland. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.
Aromatic and flavorful, this chicken stew is filled with garbanzo beans, sweet potatoes, and chicken. Serve over rice. Recipe courtesy of Allrecipes, submitted by Pam Anderson. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.
This is a traditional South African recipe, which comes from the great culinary tradition of the Cape Malays -- originally brought in as slaves in the 17th century. It's easy and plain, but great with meats like venison, corned beef tongue or any meat with gravy. Recipe courtesy of Allrecipes. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.