This soup is so easy and yet everyone loves it, even kids. It also is a nice change because it has no meat. I like to double this, add one extra can of broth and a little dried veggie soup mix to it...we also LOVE garlic so I use more than stated.
My mom made pickles just like these when we were growing up. This recipe is from a dear friend but is identical. It might seem complicated but you'll never have a better sweet pickle for those leftover Thanksgiving turkey sandwiches.
I had to make a fancy dessert for about 45 people so I made one up. I served these crepes filled with a sweet ricotta filling, froze them and drizzled them with raspberry and chocolate sauce and whipped cream. They were a huge hit and very simple. They work great at breakfast time with fruit or egg filling too.
I needed Cantonese sauce for a recipe I was making and couldn't get to the store, so I decided I could just make it. This recipe looked like the best with only a few minor changes. The best thing,homemade is always better!
I wanted a simplified version of this yummy soup and realized the easiest thing would be to cut out cooking the chicken plus the flavor from the rotisserie really adds to the soup. Leftover chicken or boneless skinless chicken breasts work just fine though!
Alice springs chicken has always been one of my all time favorite chicken dishes. I looked everywhere for the recipe that looked the closest and this is the winner + or - a few to my taste. We love onions so I always sauté some up with the mushrooms but whatever works best for you!