Russian version of Pierogi apps. Quick, easy, and "freezable"! The size of the piecrust pkg is a guess. I'd use something like Jiffy piecrust mix. Also, if you have a potsticker former, you can use it to cut and fold these.
From Linda Larsen,Your Guide to Busy Cooks on about.com. This can be made to match any holiday. This version seems to match the colors of Mexico, good for Cino de Mayo! You can use any combination of sherbet flavors, or use the same flavor throughout! Freezing time not included due to difference in freezers.
Talk about shortcut cheesecakes! Hardly any prep at all. Sounds so yummy, I'm picking up the ingredients tomorrow and will make it. IMPORTANT: program wouldn't accept "frozen concentrate pina colada tropical fruit mixer", so had to shorten it to what would be accepted.
From Linda Larsen,Your Guide to Busy Cooks on about.com.
Fried ice cream, served in many restaurants, is actually fried for about 5 seconds. It can be difficult to make. This recipe tastes just like the professional version and is much easier. Cook time is actually freeze time.
Biscuit recipe posted separately. The ingredients(for the steak & gravy) lists 4 cups of hot water, but I've read the entire thing several times and can find no use for the hot water. Sent enquiry to Foodnetwork for an answer. Recipe courtesy Paula Deen
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No waiting for rise with this recipe! This is the biscuit recipe she used for the Country Fried Steak & Gravy, which I posted separately. She, also, preferred to use lard instead of Crisco! Great tip in step 4 provided by unknown reviewer. (NOTE Granny T suggests you increase salt to 1 tsp)
This is a traditional Portuguese soup served in homes, and especially at the Holy Ghost Feast, a yearly celebration. I don't get to there any more, but at least I have the recipe! Some of the true afficionados use several kinds of beef, including liver.
All ingredient amts are estimates, as are the number of servings.
Whe I read the title of this recipe and copied it, I thought it said "Green BEAN". It wasn't until I transferred it here and started fitting it into the variopus categories that I realized it was "Beet Greens"! Well, I'm going totry it eventually with green beans! Adapted from source: Alton Brown
This is a true "cupcake"! You use cup type ice cream cones and cake mix. Great for kids parties! The number of servings is a guess. The size of frosting pkg is a guess also. Original recipe does not state how many cones.