www.TopSecretRecipes.com. This is a copycat recipe for my favorite fast-food side dish...Unbelievably simple to make and quick enough to satisfy my regular cravings! This Recipe is from Todd Wilbur's book More Top Secret Recipes.
This recipe looks so delicious! It was given to the Courier Journal Newspaper by a chef that worked at Jack Fry's Restaurant in Louisville, KY and I just happened to come across it by chance! I do not have an ice cream freezer yet myself, so I don't know how long the passive cooking (freezing) time would be. I wanted to save this recipe for the day when I do get an ice cream freezer...
This simple and straightforward pasta recipe can be whipped up on a moment's notice with pantry ingredients and shrimp -- just the thing for a busy week night supper. Olive oil plays a big role here, so use only the best extra virgin olive oil you can find. Recipe courtesy of a CooksRecipes e-mail I received. YUM!
This salad takes the main components of Buffalo Chicken Wings--chicken, hot sauce, blue cheese and celery--and tosses them together in a refreshing salad that is significantly lower in fat and calories than the dish that inspired it. If you like spicy food, add more hot sauce; this is a mild version. Recipe courtesy of Hallmark Magazine.
My Mom used to make these for us during tomato season in the summertime (way back in the 70's). Even though the combination of ingredients sounds weird, the flavors really blend well into an awesome taste sensation that I am totally addicted to, even after all these years. I LOVE this stuff! (Unbelievably quick and easy, too.) :)
This is one of Nick Stellino's recipes. I just LOVE Nick Stellino...He's so funny to watch, and I really like his style of cooking. He's quite possibly the one man in the entire universe that I would marry....*wink*
I made this recipe last night with things that I had on-hand, I must say that I had no leftovers -- from my kids to their friends, me and Pube....We all loved this! It's so easy that I'm a bit embarrassed to post...But it's one of our new favorites!
This vibrant dressing requires extra-virgin olive oil, freshly squeezed lemon juice, and fresh oregano. Toss it with baby greens for a cooling side dish salad. Or, use torn romaine lettuce and add tomato chunks, chopped cucumber, crumbled feta cheese, and sliced olives to make the salad more substantial. I got this recipe from a local news television channel.
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.