My daughter brought this recipe back from her honeymoon in Argentina. It is very simple....the longest part is just marinating. (8 hours). This is not included in prep time as it is inactive prep time. Any leftovers are great on a sandwich or on a salad!
This brightly colored chicken salad just screams spring! Serve over toasted bread (your favorite type) and/or lettuce leaves! Found this one in Bon Appetit magazine and made just some minor adjustments to suit my taste.
Super Important: Only use butter in this recipe....no margarine! That is what makes this recipe work. For the lemon dessert lovers out there. Like a lemon shortbread cookie. Prep and cook time does not include the 6 hours of chilling time! Cook time depends on the size of your oven and cookie sheets. Each cookie sheet cooks for 12 minutes.
This is best with thin fillets of flounder, tilapia, snapper, etc. They roll up easier. I've tried to correct the ingredients to reflect 1/2 lb shrimp, but it keeps reverting to 1/2 shrimp. Please use 1/2 lb shrimp. :)
I just love asparagus! Friends moved here (Florida) from the Dakotas and told me they picked it out of the ditches there!! How wonderful...I'd be wading through ditches everyday! I think its a "special" veggie, something I haven't ever seen grown here. This is a nice Asian themed asparagus salad. Chilling time is not included in prep and cooking time.....You will need to chill at least an hour and a half.
I love the smell of chicken roasting in the oven. It makes me think of holidays and family gatherings! Plus I can put it in the oven and concentrate on other things for a while....just enjoying the smell! Don't use a fryer...roasting chickens are a bit larger and have a higher fat content, making them more flavorful.
Although the original recipe calls for catfish, I've found you can use any firm, white fish in this recipe. Originally posted by Cynthia Holliday in Be Our Guest cookbook, but I've changed it a bit. The 2 hour soaking time is not included in prep or cook time.