If you like the sesame chicken in Chinese restaurants, you'll really like this dish. It's much healthier because it's baked and not fried. I serve with Pbrr Ranch's Chinese Take-out Fried Rice, recipe number 19345.
An easy tasty one pot dinner. Makes a delicious and inexpensive dinner in a hurry.Vegetarian version. Substitute meat alternative(I have used the Morning Star Farms and the Ready Ground Beef Crumbles with great success, or just leave out altogether and use as a side dish)
If you love the combo of lemon and blueberries, you're sure to enjoy this cake! It is slightly tart, not too sweet with a light, moist texture for a pound cake. I adapted this from a recipe at All recipes.com.
Dressing, stuffing, whatever, this is just good. I modified the instructions slightly, but the recipe came form my Better Homes and Garden Cookbook that's absolutely ancient. See note at bottom on how to make a vegetarian version.
I got this recipe out of either Gourmet or Bon Apetite years ago. The bacon and leek combination with the nutmeg is great. It is easily doubled, reheats in the microwave easily, and freezes well. We often have this for breakfast during the week.
I found this on a box of cake mix years ago, I don't remember the brand. We love strawberries and chocolate and this cake didn't disappoint. I have also made using orange cake mix instead, with good results.
I found this at another interesting web site, eatchicken.com and was just blown away by how great it is. The end result is worth the time involved. You don't have to fuss over it and can go about something else while it is cooking. One of my absolute favorite ways to serve chicken.
I found this at McCormick's web site. It is a very different take on sweet potatoes. If you like sweet potatoes, you should love this. If you don't, then you may not. This is our favorite way to have sweet potatoes year-round, as it is not that sweet stuff you see at holiday time. I serve it with Cuban pork roast, grilled salmon or Jerk chicken. It goes well with just about anything, even if we are just having all vegetables for dinner.
I found this recipe at Bed & Breakfast Online, a neat site that features B&B's from all over the U.S. and their favorite recipes. This recipe is from Highland Croft B&B in Guthrie, OK. It is an awesome recipe that fills the house with a wonderful aroma while baking and be warned, you won't be able to eat just one!
I printed this years ago from about.com who listed it from the National Pork Producers Council. This is a great recipe and when my grill was out of commission, I tried in my crock pot as well. I am glad I fought the temptation to increase the lemon and garlic, because the amounts listed are just right.
I was searching today for squash/zucchini recipes and couldn't find one that I wasn't missing a crucial ingredient for, so I made this up instead. My husband said this is a keeper, better write it down. The cooking time is for "al dente" texture. If you like your vegetables softer, cook a little longer.