A delicious, fragrant broiled (or grilled) cornish hen which derives its glaze from apple jelly, apple cider and five-spice powder. Recipe from Weight Watchers - 7 points per 1/2 hen and 1/2 tbsp. glaze. You can substitute 1 1/2 pounds skinned chicken drumsticks for the Cornish Hens - just increase the cooking time by an additional 5-10 minutes and deduct 2 points per serving.
If you can't decide between apples or peaches - you don't have to! This bread combines the best of both. Recipe is from my What's Cooking in New England Cookbook - a wonderful gift from my cookbook swap partner this year.
Submitted by The Culinary Institute of America - low cholesterol, low-fat, and gluten-free.
Couldn't pass this up as I love Ancho chilies for their earthy depth of flavor vs. heat and the combination of chilies and apricots sounded delicious.
According to Cooking Light, these braids can be covered and refrigerated for a couple of days or frozen up to a month. They also make great gifts during the holidays -- just wrap in plastic wrap and tie with a bow. You may substitute any kind of fruit preserves. NOTE: Prep time does not include resting time and refrigeration time for dough.
A recipe from one of my low-carb recipe cookbooks. I am trying to convert to low-carb meals and this dish sounds really appetizing to me! This dish would not only be a great breakfast recipe, but a nice brunch or supper dish as well.
Another delicious-sounding recipe from the Stonyfield Farm cookbook. The recipe states that it is elegant enough for company, but very easy to prepare. Prep time does not include cooking time for rice pilaf.