Got this from my cousin-in-law Doreen. The chicken cooks for 2 1/2 hours and comes out so moist. There will be plenty of juice from the meat to make a gravy. Serve with mashed potatoes and your favorite veggie. Great weekend meal for those upcoming cold evenings. Cooking time includes the 20 minute sitting time in step 11.
Got some leftover mashed potatoes? Need something different to do with them? Have them in the morning with your bacon and eggs or even as a side dish. Even though the directions seem long, these are quick and easy to prepare. Sometimes I fry up a chopped onion to go with it. I'm showing the recipe to make just one patty. You can easily change the amount you make to suit your needs. I don't normally measure anything, but gave measurements for the purpose of this recipe.
Olive oil, garlic and herbs. Three simple ingredients that taste great together on just about anything. Here they are combined with chicken and potatoes. I used thighs in this but feel free to used legs or breasts. It looks like a lot of steps, but it's really easy to put together. For a complete meal, add some veggies such as sliced carrots, zucchini, peppers, etc. Makes for easy cleanup too!
From the 1963 Betty Crocker Cooky Book. These are a cake-like cookie. For variety, add 1/2 cup of chopped nuts, raisins or chocolate chips. I used chocolate chips because I enjoy the taste of chocolate and orange together.
I cut this from a U.S. magazine, but not sure which one as I've had it for quite some time. This summertime dish can be prepared and chilled two hours before serving. The recipe calls for English cucumbers but you can use regular ones if you can't find the English ones. You want a total of about 1 1/2 lbs. of cukes. Cooking time is chilling time.
From the Christmas Cookbook by Nanette Newman. Alsatian (Alsace) wine is a French dry white wine. I have included preparation for a homemade pastry tart, but feel free to use a pre-made one. Cooking time includes chilling time for pastry dough if making your own.
Mom would make these for special occasions and holidays. They taste good hot or at room temperature. She would make about 100 of these at a time and never measured the ingredients, so what I have here is just approximate amounts. I've given the amounts for about 36 mushrooms here.
From Nigella Lawson's How to be a Domestic Goddess. NOTE: I made these for the first time yesterday and would like to give some tips. You may want to use a bit more salt, perhaps 1/4 tsp. as a pinch was not enough, and I'm not a heavy salt user. Also, after you've added the hot water and mixed it all up, you may want to let it cool down for a few minutes so it will be easier to handle.
From 100 Bread Machine Recipes by Vicki Smallwood. The saffron is what gives this its unique golden yellow color. This doesn't last long whenever I make this. Cooking time does NOT include dough cycle time.
This is an old Weight Watcher's recipe my mom has been making since the late 70's. We both still make it to this day. The recipe contains no added fat, but you would never know it. Goes great served over rice or egg noodles.