I've started thinking about making homemade goodies for the holidays and I searched this site for a butterscotch schnapps recipe and didn't find one. I found this elsewhere on the web, from a cookbook called Cordials From Your Kitchen. Gonna start a batch tomorrow! (Had to guess on the servings and cook time)
I saw George Duran make this recipe on his Thanksgiving show on Food Network. These are his amounts posted. I used fewer marshmallows and next time I'll use less cream, as I found this to be too much liquid. I do love the Kahlua flavor though.
My family would rather have their potato salad made this way than any other and it's so easy I sure don't mind. I can't remember where I learned this but I've been doing it this way for years. No peeling, chopping, boiling, etc. Except for the potatoes I'm just making a guess on the amounts listed. I never measure but I had to put in something to get the recipe posted.
When I was growing up I wouldn't eat cooked cabbage. My mom cooked it until it was grey and mushy and smelled awful. Ick! After I was grown I played around with it til I came up with something I liked and I make it this way every year for New Years.
I saw this recipe on Pinterest, pinned from a food blog. I made them for dinner tonight and they are light and fluffy inside with a buttery crunch on the outside and so easy to make. My new favorite biscuits!
From Cleo Coyle's Coffeehouse Mysteries series. I made two batches of these, one using steel cut oats and the other using rolled oats. Both were good, just a different texture. I also got 9 muffins instead of 6 from both batches.
I got this recipe from a co-worker. It's one of her daughter's favorite meals. We liked the combination of chow mein noodles and cashews. It's a good week night dinner or a way to use up leftover chicken. I have also started adding a can of sliced water chestnuts.