I haven't bought a loaf of store bought bread for almost a year and have experimented with quite a few recipes. I made this recipe up, after having a few doorstops, and now pretty much use this recipe all the time. It comes out very light, and tastes like white bread!
A light, crispy version and tastes great. Sprinkled with brown sugar and cinnamon is the way my kids love it but you can serve it plain to dip in chili, stew, or spaghetti. The recipe is so easy, the photos are of my three year old son making it with a bit of help from me.
This is great canned! It is very similar to the "real" stuff. I always have an abundance of apples and plums in season and it's a great way to use them up. The original recipe called for 4 1/2 cups of sugar but I found it too sweet so I reduced it. It can be used on meat, eggs, and for a dipping sauce.
This has to be one of the best antipasto recipes ever! The original recipe came from one of those cookbooks where everyone submits a recipe but it has been modified. The only reason for this is when my Dad and Sister were making it they weren't sure if you were supposed to drain the olives and pickled onions, ...they didn't and it came out great! The longer you can let it sit the better it taste. It is quite a costly recipe to make so what I do is buy the "sale" items throughout the year and make it up a bit before Christmas, that's why I'm posting it now---watch for sales :)
A mini yorkshire pan and a Bamix or Braun electric hand mixer or blender make these rise as high as they do! Do not use a Kitchen Aid or two beater blender, they will not rise very high, (I've tried). They are delicious when served up with a beef roast and scrumptious gravy.
This recipe came from a "Farming in BC" newspaper. It's the Family Favourite Recipes by Pauline McDonald. I've used my own pumpkin I grew in my garden and with this recipe it is the best pumpkin pie I have ever tasted.
An old family favourite, I remember eating this when I was a kid! Velveeta cheese was cheap way back when, but not anymore...so I use cheese slices, grated cheddar, or even Cheez Whiz. Eggs, crackers, and milk are the rest of the ingredients.
Prep time does not include 1/2 hour soaking.
Here's a great recipe for crackers to use at Christmas. I've made this several ways, instead of just hamburger I've used a combination of ground deer and ground beef or ground moose and beef. You could probably use any combination of meat but I suggest adding a non-lean ground meat such as beef or pork because you don't want it to be too dry. I have cooked this on the second day and it's pretty much the same as the fourth day but you should let it sit for a minimum of 24 hours with at least one good mix during that time.
These taste almost like Score Chocolate bars and you would never know you are eating soda crackers! I was skeptical the first time I tried it but it's really true; they taste just like a Score Chocolate bar!!
This recipe was recently "found" again. It originally came from my Mom who got if from someone about 30 years ago. I made it with whole wheat flour and no nuts (hubby & daughter are allergic) and it won first place in our 61st annual Fall Fair this year. (2006)
This recipe came to me from my Dad who nabbed it from my Great Aunt Lil. We catch so many sockeye salmon every year and have done just about everything you can think of with them; drying (St'wan), baked and then canned, raw pack canned, smoked, barbequed and now pickled. I have a few more recipes at my blog; http://kansasa.blogspot.com
Whole chia seeds set up and turn into gelatin and this is really delish. Best if eaten within 24 hours. I use skim milk and Splenda to reduce calories but you could use coconut milk, whole milk, almond milk, etc as well as sugar, maple syrup, agave.
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