This recipe is from Paula Deen's show on Food TV. It looked like the perfect thing for Christmas dinner. It worked out great because I was able to blanch and bundle them and have them all ready to pop in the oven in advance. They looked as yummy as they were. Highly recommended!
A delectable confection from the kitchen of June Oaks, wife of Brigham Young University president Dallin Oaks. This was surprisingly easy to make and an absolutely delicious addition to my goodie plates for Christmas.
This was a fantastic side dish for our Thanksgiving feast. I doesn't make a huge bowl full, but we found it to be the perfect amount. I only used 1/4 teaspoon of cayenne pepper, but I could have used a little more. I thought there was too much butter however. 1/4 cup would have been plenty. This recipe is from The Castle, Natchez, Mississippi and featured recently in an article in Taste of the South.
Just got The America's Test Kitchen Family Cookbook and this is the first recipe I tried from it. So quick and easy! Don't be tempted to overfill the turnovers like I did--it will leak out the sides. Very yummy anyway.
Hey you Paula Deen fans, she has a new magazine, "Cooking with Paula Deen"--this recipe is from the premier issue. It was so yummy looking, I couldn't wait to try it. I added another 15 minutes to the cooking time suggested (30-35 minutes) and It was just right, but oven temperatures vary, so check on it during the last few minutes of cooking time. I'm also going to add a few dashes of cayenne pepper next time for something hot and sweet!
Saw Rachael Ray and Oprah make this on an Oprah holiday party show. It took me 7 minutes, but who's counting! To give as a gift, wrap in cellophane and tie with a bow. Add an ornament or candy cane to make it festive. Try other variations such as
Recipe #146361, and Recipe #146386.
Saw Rachael Ray and Oprah make this on an Oprah holiday party show. It took me 7 minutes, but who's counting! To give as a gift, wrap in cellophane and tie with a bow. Add an ornament or candy cane to make it festive. Variations include Recipe #146386 and Recipe #146387.
Since Brussels sprouts are considered by some a traditional Thanksgiving side dish, I decided to give this one I saw on prepared on Cookworks (FoodTV). Even though it is a pretty rich side dish, everyone loved the flavor of the sauce (besides it is a feast day!).
This chicken is nice and crunchy with just a tiny little bite from the cayenne. Enjoy it alone, topped with honey-mustard dressing or atop a salad (See Recipe #145067). Cooking time includes the 20-30 minutes chicken dries between breading and cooking. This recipe is from Cuisine at Home magazine.
I have never been a fan of any honey mustard dressing I have tasted in a bottle. This made-from-scratch version is divine! Besides making a wonderful stand-alone salad, this is also great topped with chunks or slices of Recipe #145068. This recipe is from Cuisine at Home magazine.
A great salad dressing with a nice tangy flavor. The taste compliments lasagne, spaghetti, and other similar Italian dishes. Tonight I tried some leftover sauce on a salad of baby spinach and romaine with crumbled albacore tuna--it was fabulous. I at least double the recipe every time I make it because 1/3 cup just isn't enough. From Cuisine at Home.
This recipe is incredibly easy and quick to make. This is from Cuisine at Home (doubled from original recipe). To maximize the use from the lemons, slice thin slices for finishing and garnish from centers and ream the ends for juice.