Roasting the veggies makes this unique from any other Primavera. This is truly TO DIE FOR! My take on a Giada de Laurentiis dish. I've tweaked it quite a bit. I have also tossed about 2 cups of rotisserie chicken in with the veggies and also used tortellini instead of the bowtie pasta. (I also add mushrooms when DH isn't home!) Anyway, it's a very easy recipe to play around with! Enjoy!
This is a recipe to WOW them all! Make ahead and marinate in the fridge overnight. Pull it out in the morning and bake! A very rich and unique dish! Caramelizes on the bottom, so no need to top with syrup! It's that easy. Time doesn't include fridge time. Enjoy!
This is one of my favorite crock pot recipes. The sauce is rich and creamy, almost like an alfredo. It is perfect over pasta or even rice. Be sure to make extra bread sticks to dunk in this delicious sauce! I prefer a richer sauce, so I use cream cheese instead of sour cream. I like to dice up the chicken into bite-sized pieces, but it's good either way. Enjoy!
Love, love, love this recipe! It's done in less than 20 minutes and is so flavorful and creamy. Perfect with a salad and garlic bread or a grilled cheese! I have made my own alterations/additions to this recipe. Here's a tip on the sage: sometimes I'll use dried sage instead of the fresh sage leaf and in that case I start with about a teaspoon and add more to taste if need be. Also, I use my immersion blender and puree the soup right in the pot rather than using a regular blender...Giada just uses a regular blender, either way works fine! Enjoy!
Love this recipe!!! This is a combination of recipes that Dh and I came up with. It's my filling recipe and his sauce recipe. This looks like a lot of work, but really it's not. I usually make the filling up ahead of time and then all I have to do is roll them and make the sauce. Serve with black beans and spanish rice! Enjoy!!
Oh man, I really love this recipe. It's truly awesome! Most people like corn tortillas with their enchys, but I prefer flour...by all means, go with what you like! Sometimes I throw black beans into the meat mixture, Anyway Enjoy!
Very easy, savory cornbread recipe using jiffy cornbread mix. Can add 1/4 cup sliced green onions if desired. If you don't like too much spice, add less jalapenos! I actually use a whole 4 ounce can of jalapenos! I always use mini muffin tins. If mixture is too thick, use a splash of milk to thin it out. I live at high altitude, so I add 2 tablespoons flour. Recipe edited to include milk.
This in one of my favorite dishes to make. It's fun, flavorful, and is on the table in less than 30 minutes. This is an easy way to get DH to eat cabbage! I serve the whole dish under a bed of brown rice. I also make mine much hotter by adding serrano peppers! I did not include marinating time. I hope you enjoy!
DH and I love spicy foods. I have made this dish many, many times. It came from my Asian Hot & Spicy Cookbook. This is so simple to make, it requires zero effort...which I'm all about! Great served with rice and my Recipe#193877. Enjoy!
This is one of my mother's recipes. Everytime she makes it for a party or brunch, everyone demands the recipe! This dish is rich and good by itself as a side dish, or put it on some crusty bread! Enjoy!
I saw this recipe on the Neely's and have adapted it to fit our tastes. Note: I've tried cutting the honey mustard sauce in half because I thought it would be too much, and it was just barely enough. I would recommend making the full amount because it will keep in the fridge for a week. Enjoy!!
An excellent marinade for any meat. I've tried this with fish, chicken, pork and beef, so like I said, ANY meat! Marinade should be good for up to 2 pounds of meat, this is an extremely flavorful marinade, a little bit goes a LONG way! Garnish your meat with lime wedges! Enjoy!
This is a simple way to make pasta salad. This was originally a baked casserole dish that I though would be great as a pasta salad. I like to use a store-bought roasted chicken and a bag of assorted pasta that has penne, spiral, bowties and shells! You could also try tortellini! I hope you enjoy!
I finally decided to post this. I have made this recipe for years. Last year, I transformed this recipe and created Recipe#195066! I like to use a store-bought roasted chicken and an assorted bag of pasta that has penne, spirals, bowties and shells!! This recipe also works well with tortellini! I can't remember where this recipe originally came from... Enjoy!
I love this dressing...it is zesty, zippy, tangy and sassy! Go easy on the cayenne if you're not into spice or just use paprika instead! If this is too tangy for you, add anywhere from 1/2 teaspoon to 2 teaspoons of sugar to taste...I just don't like to add sugar to my dressings! Enjoy!
This is so yummy! Note: I wrote this recipe for my oven-safe soup mugs, but this recipe would also work well in a pie plate or 2-quart casserole. I would imagine this is enough for 4 soup mugs... It's just DH and I so we just use 2 gigantic soup mugs and fill 'em! So I would assume this would work for 4 regular size mugs...let me know how it goes! Also, we like it spicy, so we add serrano peppers! Enjoy!