I just made this on a whim...why I have no idea but it was awesome and you can't tell a difference from the boxed stuff *yuck* It's soooo much cheaper to make it from scratch! I use Penzey's Taco seasoning but they advertise Old El Paso on the box so I assume that's what they use (could also use your own!). Also the noodles are an approximation since I kinda didn't pre-measure them I grabbed a couple of handfuls to fill up my skillet lol...same with the cheese, I had a half bag of "taco seasoned" shredded cheese left over and just threw it in there too. My husband didn't believe I made it from scratch! He was looking all over for the box haha
I know there is already an "ikea swedish meatballs" recipe on here, but this one is right from the source :) This calls for "unsweetened rusk flour" which is obviously not available in the US. It literally translates to "toasted breadcrumbs" So I just use PLAIN breadcrumbs, I can't taste a difference in the meatballs. You could also toast up some panko in butter in a pan and out them in a baggie of some sort and crush them till their fine...but either way... I'm not sure of the "yield" here it depends how many meatballs you gove people to eat and how big the meatballs are made ;)
Not much to say here. They're your basic cabbage rolls lol This is the recipe my grandmother used, and her mother etc etc. I personally think that they are an "acquired" taste. Back in the "old country" there were only basic ingredients and they made due with what they had so don't expect a huge explosion of flavour in these :) To be honest, the filling is really basically the same ingredients in Stuffed peppers :)
All I have to say about this is Yum-O! I usually used my grandmothers stuffing which consists of bread cubes, onions, butter and summer savory, but Stove top works just as well. I also use dried herbs, they work just as well as fresh. So easy to make people will think you slaved for hours ;)
I had this soup this past weekend at a wedding up in Maine and I thought I was in heaven. The chef told me the basic ingredients and I went on a hunt. I found this recipe and made it tonight. The exact same thing I had. Originally it came from a place in New Hampshire :)
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