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    1 Reviews |  By Lutie

    Baklava in another fashion. This rolled version is quicker, easier, and takes much less time than you would think... something simple, yet elegant. It is fun to make with your teens or friends on a week-end. Basically, I took my baklava recipe and made it simpler. There are just a few steps, but they are repeated over and over. Melted butter is used along with oil in a spray can to hurry it along. You may use walnuts, pecans, almonds, pistachios, or a combination. Whatever is your nut of choice, make sure you use good honey, pure cane sugar (do not skimp on your sugar, it makes a taste difference), and quality butter. Margarine has no place in baking. Do not pour the honey mixture over the hot cookies; wait until they are cool. If not, the cookies will get soggy. These are great any time of the year and look great when served in paper cups. I usually double the recipe as we usually eat them before they can even be put into the paper cups!

    Recipe #245456

    1 Reviews |  By Lutie

    This is a popular regional casserole recipe here in Kentucky. Everyone seems to have their own way of putting it together, but the ingredients are usually the same. If you are a green pepper aficionado, then this recipe will knock you off your chair! It can be eaten alone as a main course or along with roast beef, barbecue chicken, etc. This will make you the hit of the party... I get asked for the recipe every time I bring this to a gathering. I usually bake this in a square 10 inch casserole dish.

    Recipe #245410

    1 Reviews |  By Lutie

    This crispy potato covering keeps the baked salmon so moist and flaky. Something similar was tasted at the home of a business associate in Atlanta, and the idea was used to come up with this recipe, which suited our taste at home. This can be put together in 10 minutes; then can be baking in the oven for 20-25 minutes while making additional vegetables to go with it (stir fry vegetables, asparagus, or steamed broccoli). I prefer to use Seafood Magic by Chef Paul Prudhomme, but any type of seafood seasoning you prefer should do the same. Also, I use my Salad Shooter to grate the potatoes, but a food processor with a shredding grater will also suffice. Another hint: line the pan with aluminum foil; then cut off a piece of non-stick aluminum foil to fit under the salmon. It is more economical that way.

    Recipe #244190

    The gift of cooking allows you to see your family and friends excited about a special meal you have made for them. This will make you look as if you have your own cooking show, but is as simple as can be! Presentation is the secret to all good cooking and this simple, but delicious, salmon recipe is the one to serve when you want to impress, but have little time with which to do so! ...And the taste is fantastic! You can also use the same method with other meats and veggies. The origin of this recipe is long gone, as I have used it for the past 10 years or so, and is written on the inside cover of a favorite cookbook of mine.

    Recipe #244187

    Puffy, delicate, yet crispy, coating for the best onion rings you will ever taste! I use this for zucchini spears, banana peppers, green pepper slices, along with shrimp and fish. You can double this recipe if you have more than four people eating. I keep this in a plastic container in the freezer; adding the egg and beer at the moment of mixing. This will make you the hit of the party!

    Recipe #244160


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