Monster meatballs stuffed with cheese and smothered in a rich chilli sauce-delicious!
Don't be put off by the seemingly never ending list of ingredients...it's not that bad, and the results are well worth it.
I make smaller ones for the children, and they love them ( adjust the cooking time accordingly though!)
I know there are plenty of recipes for these on Food.Com, but as far as I can tell, this is slightly different.
This recipe is SO easy, and the cupcakes are amazingly light, fluffy and very addictive.
Use natural food colouring ( cochineal) or even leave it out if you prefer!
These little fritters are great cooked on the barbecue hotplate or in a pan...a cunning way of also sneaking some veggies into unsuspecting little ones!
NB. if you use low fat ricotta, you will need to use a little extra flour to the mixture, as it's a little more liquid than regular ricotta.
The only thing I love more than barbecue sauce is Jack Daniels...combine the two and I'm in heaven.
This sassy little sauce works brushed onto ribs, chicken or pork...don't forget to serve some on the side too.
This comes from the Food Lovers Diet Book, but tastes anything but low fat.
A great meal with a leafy salad, it also makes a great lunchbox meal ( if you should have any leftovers!).
Not only is this really easy, but it's also a tasty way to use up leftover chicken...even the kids love it, and it sneaks a few veggies into their diet too!
Every now and then, my DH goes on a health and weight loss kick. He found this recipe in a book called Belly Off, which is now a firm favourite of his for finding recipes.
I use recipe #444453#444453 for the rub.