This is a no-fail yummy rotisserie chicken all-purpose rub! I use this to cook chicken in any manner of ways: oven, grill & crock pot, etc. This also works great on pork loin or chops! Recipe makes 2 1/2 cups of spice/rub blend, but I use at least a 1/4 cup per whole chicken, so it goes fast! I hope you enjoy this as much as my family does :)
This is a marinade that I developed & tweaked over many years to keep the chicken & pork fussies in my family happy! The name was donated by my children (aka "The Lil Fussies") when they were young & hasn't changed even though they're taller than me now! As this recipe is often requested by friends & family, I thought I might share it here. Enjoy!
SPECIAL NOTE: I add 1/2 TB (apprx 2 packets) of "True Lime" = powdered crystallized lime (comes in lemon & orange too) to marinade but was unable to get ingredient to show correctly... adds extra zip but is OPTIONAL :)
This is the only recipe I have that was hand-written by my Mother. She has been gone for many many years & the recipe is crumbling. It is a joy for me to preserve it here & also to share it with those interested. My Mother would have got such a kick out of having a recipe posted & I am so blessed to have been able to make it happen :) Enjoy!
This is from the "Pillsbury Kitchens' Cookbook" that I received as a wedding gift almost 25 years ago. This recipe is "tried & true" on many a Christmas' & since my book has seen better days, I wanted it here for safe keeping! ** I always make this with an added tablespoon or so of dried herb mix (savory) to the batter & bake in muffin pans that I've brushed liberally with the beef drippings. This make a great presentation & easy serving. *This recipe is easy to double -or- quadruple, in my family's case* ...Have a joyous Holiday...
This is the bread my kids beg for! It is great toasted or served along with a good bowl of chili. Enjoy! :)
(Special note: the optional cubed cheese add yummy-gooey pockets of cheese through out the bread!... give it a try) :) Makes a LARGE 1 1/2 pound loaf. UPDATE: As many of reviewers have suggested, adding another TB of dry ranch dressing mix adds a wonderful boost of flavor! I usually add 2+ TB., but wanted to be conservative, due to sodium content concerns of many.
I've used this recipe for years & it has become my DH's favorite! I was never a fan of oatmeal cookies -but- I became a convert! The idea of the salty/sweet combination may seem odd but is to die for! Use your imagination when it comes to the optional add-ins for these cookies. I've tried both chocolate chips and raisins, both delicious...
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