I'm posting this to celebrate Germany making the World Cup semifinals. Along with football/soccer, Germans really seem to love apples. Also, you can mix the meat up a bit by using a bit of ground pork in place of some of the beef, or even go a little healthier by using ground turkey, something I've taken to doing quite a bit recently (you'll hardly notice the difference really).
These are so tasty and work great as a side for just about anything. Be sure to use waxy new potatoes for this, though. Other potatoes will break down too much hile cooking. New potatoes will retain their firmness and shape.
This is a sort of an Israeli take on huevos rancheros, minus the tortillas. I found the recipe in the Sunday paper a few months ago and only recently gave it a try. I have to admit I was a little leery, but it turns out to be really tasty.
I saw this recipe somewhere online and had to try it. I'm not sure I can have fries any other way ever again. For best results, I have to say that Frank's Red Hot sauce is the way to go. I even like to splash on a little extra after the cooking's done.
I know it sounds like a really odd combination, but it turns out to be delicious. The blackberries give the soup a fantastic kick. I've also heard of blueberries being used instead of the blackberries, but I haven't tried it yet.
I made this for a dinner party some years back, and it was extremely well received, even by folks who weren't big veggie fans. Be sure to use fresh green beans, though, or the flavor will fall flat. There's a reason the word "fresh" is in "refreshing." Also, if using a garnish, I suggest going with something mild, like fresh parsley, so as not to overpower the simple flavor of the soup.
This sauce can be used on any number of things, though I find it pairs well with chicken or as a dipping sauce for meatballs. Cooking meatballs in this sauce, in fact, was how I first tried it. Outstanding!
This has become a regular for me. I make it whenever I'm cooking breakfast just for myself (my family's not a big fan of the chilies and tomatoes mixed in with the eggs, but I love it). It might look like a pile of slop, but it tastes soooooo good! Seed the chilies if you fear the heat. Either way, these make a delicious breakfast, served with toast or, ideally, Turkish bread.
This side dish takes almost no time at all and goes great with any Asian entree. It could also be served along with other vegetables as part of a traditional Korean meal. I wonder how you'd say "Popeye" in Korean...
Had some leftover sauce from dinner tonight and wondered, "How would this go on a turkey sandwich?" The answer? Awesome! Definitely use mild Cheddar, though, so the cheese doesn't overpower the sauce, which is the real star of this sandwich. The sauce was derived from one orignally posted [url='http://www.recipezaar.com/recipe/Raspberry-Tilapia-57948']here[/url].