This is a great easy marinade for Salmon. My sister-in-law made it for us and we all loved it. Note that the cooking time depends on the size and thickness of the salmon filet, you will just have to watch carefully. Prep time includes marinade time.
I was looking through all the wonderful Oatmeal Butterscotch recipes here on 'Zaar and was surprised that there was not this basic recipe which DH was craving. Found this one on Hershey's Kitchens website. These came out just how I rememebered them, chewy, sweet and delicious. In my oven the cookies came out best when cooked the full 10 minutes. DH sugggests that these may also be good for you because of the oatmeal, I think otherwise, but they sure taste good. These cookies freeze well too!
From the kitchen of Leanne Ely author of "Saving Dinner." Measurements are approximate and cooking time and servings depends on the size of your muffin tin cups and of course the size and appetite of who you are serving. This is a great and easy idea and I'm sure there could be many variations; different types of cheese, a little garlic, maybe some crumbled bacon, etc.
This is soooo good. Everyone will love it. The crock pot makes a wonderful blend of all these flavors. I served this over rice and the onions that cook with the roast make a great side dish. Your kitchen or in our case, our patio will (& did) smell wonderful. In Arizona, in the summertime you don't want to add any extra heat inside the house so I put the crock pot on the patio.
My husband LOVES Key Lime Pie. After a recent trip to Florida, he got a hankering for some, so luckily I found Recipe #161578 Kelly's Rich & Creamy Key Lime Pie which is just delicious and easy to make. But DH wanted me to drizzle a key lime sauce over the pie. So here is a recipe I found that, if desired, goes great with Peacefulnightdove's recipe. This would also be good drizzled over bread pudding, among other things.
This is a meal in a bowl! I got this from the New York Times magazine. It is adapted from and similar to the Japanese dish, zousui. You can use any kind of broth and any kind of rice, though the starchier the rice, the thicker the soup will be. Add cooked veggies or pieces of meat for a heartier dish. Prep time does not include cooking the rice.
Who knew this combination could be so good! We love Avocados and this is a great "Avie fix" and a refreshing cold soup. I used low fat chicken broth and fat free half and half to reduce the damage a little. Refrigeration time is NOT included, two hours in the refrigerator seemed about right.
Found another recipe for the use of all the citrus in our neighborhood. This is so refreshing, it is a perfect brunch salad to go with an egg dish or on it's own. You may want to pith the fruit the night before as it can be a little time consuming, but the fruit keeps well. I used the dried cranberries, because I had them on hand, but the pomegranate seeds are probably more colorful. Medical Alert: Grapefruit can interact negatively with some medications, check with your pharmacist or doctor.
Another wonderful Indian recipe from the Punjab region of India, courtesy of dear family friends. The spiciness of this recipe can be adjusted by adding/subtracting the amount of jalapeno peppers and the cayenne pepper. This dish as posted is a medium "heat".
This versatile salsa may be refrigerated for several days. It is deliciously refreshing served with grilled fish or shrimp.
The serrano chili is a small (1 1/2 inch long) green chili pepper. It is available canned or fresh. If a milder flavor is desired, remove the seeds of the chili. If canned, rinse under cold water as most of the heat is in the liquid.
This soup is a refreshing accompaniment to any Indian dish. Leave out the sour cream and it becomes a cooling Indian drink called, "Laasee." Note the "heat" factor can be controlled by the amount of cayenne pepper that is added, the recipe as posted is a medium "heat". Cooking time is minimum chilling time.
I received this recipe from dear friends of our family. For years, they generously entertained us westerners with their traditional family recipes and finally after so many requests they made a recipe book as a gift to all their very grateful friends. The recipes, including this one are from the Punjab region of India. This rice dish is a traditional Indian recipe and is a great addition to any curry dish. This rice dish may seem a little more difficult than some, but it is well worth the effort.
This is a great and different way to fix eggs. I got this from the New York Times magazine. It is fast and easy and the variations are endless. As the recipe suggests drizzle with olive oil. Perhaps you could top with cheese, salsa, butter, paprika. Or as the author/chef Daniel Patterson suggests "a dollop of creme fraiche and a dollop of caviar."
Like many others I am not a fan of brussel sprouts, never made them, never even think of them as a possibility for a dinner vegetable. But this recipe changed my thinking! The dish was brought to Thanksgiving dinner and there was nothing left! The recipe serves 12, but I'm sure it can be easily halved. This is most definitely best when served immediately, but it was just great reheated in the microwave for about a minute and a half.