This recipe is not for the calorie conscience people. My Bestemor used to make these in a waffle maker that she would open with a pickle fork. We wouldn't DARE eat them with syrup (as they're sweet enough) however, we would eat them with home made strawberry jam. The aroma of cardamom is amazing. If I want to get my children out of bed - I simply make a batch of Bestemor's waffles.
My kids always wondered why I kept the banana's after they started turning dark brown. Now they know why! I make muffin tops out of them. These tasty morsels seem to disappear faster than I can make them.
The one great thing about this recipe is that you can use FROZEN chicken breasts. The chicken turns out so moist and tender it cuts like butter. I shred this and serve it over white rice. A great blend of ingredients cook into a savory, saucy chicken.
This came from the side of a Hershey's Cocoa Tin from the 80's. I don't know if this is posted anywhere on this site, but I wanted to keep it for my files. Please note the amount of cocoa you add to the frosting - There are different amounts listed for the chocolate intensity you would like your frosting to taste
This recipe will fall off of the bone. Don't be alarmed by the beer, as it will cook off while the pork chops are braising. If you would like, you can substitute Chicken Broth or Vegetable Broth for the beer. The flavors will give you a tangy taste with not too much effort. Great for unexpected guests.
I posted this recipe on another site, but I want to keep all of my recipes together in one place. You can either cook the chops on top of the range or throw them into the oven on a low temperature (about 300 degrees for 1 - 2 hours). Serve with white rice.
This is a variation of Cioppino (Italian Seafood Stew). This recipe blends the subtle flavors of shellfish with spicy Italian sausage. The stock can be made ahead and reheated when ready to add seafood. I can serve the stock to "NON-FISH" lovers as well! Your guests will go crazy with this one. Serve with a loaf of crusty bread so they can get all of the stock!
Most commonly considered a grain, Quinoa is actually a relative of leafy green vegetables like spinach and swiss chard.
Nature protects each grain with a coating of saponin, a bitter, soap-like substance that acts as a natural insect repellent, so it is important to rinse quinoa well before cooking.
Quinoa is a versatile grain that cooks quickie, usually within 15 minutes.
Great recipe for GLUTEN FREE diets
Tried and true - whether you broil or barbecue - this recipe will caramelize and give you a barbecue flavor. If you're Barbecuing this...it will make your grill a MESS...(I just don't want you to blame me for messing up your grill!)
My kids adore this.