This is out of the "Biggest Loser" Cookbook
140 calories, 18 g protein, 13 g carbohydrates, 5 g fat, 30 mg cholesterol, 8 g fiber, 480 mg sodium. Please take the advice from SJMittens and increase the spices, especially if you enjoy spicy food.
Picked up this recipe at a local "Elmer's" restaurant. It sounds so good and easy to prepare. They were giving out the recipe free so I guess it's OK to post here. I haven't tried it yet, but the card said: It takes only minutes to produce the best-tasting summer salsa ready for dipping, topping, and summertime fun. Cooking time includes standing time.
I have prepared this for most holiday get together for years. You can prepare pastry case up to a day before adding filling and pears. Bake up to 3 hours before serving. This holds up well and can be prepared in advance and served the next day.
I made a german dish years ago. The only thing I really thought was outstanding was the gravy. I had to change a few ingredients to make it work. I think most of the flavor was coming from the meat mixture and the long cooking time. This is the end result. Please try it, you won't be disappointed. It has a nice strong, smooth flavor.
This is out of the Fall 2008 clean eating magazine...this is great served with brown rice or rice pilaf and a salad. Based on the first two reviews I have made a change in the directions for the sauce...
This is a recipe that I used to make all the time when DH and I had Kids at home and money was a big issue. It is off a recipe card from Betty Crocker back in 1971. It's from the "Best before payday dinner" card. I used it alot and still make it once in a while because it is so good. I should put it in my "Money is tight now that I'm retired cookbook". (For future use) Based on Chef Tweaker's review I have moved some of the steps for ease in preparing this dish.
I have been making this dessert since 1991. It is one of the most requested for Christmas dinner. It is very easy to prepare. It is from an old Pillsbury cookbook called Real Home Cooking. Hope you enjoy!
This is an old recipe that I have had since the 70's. It is off one of those mail order recipe cards. (before the internet). You can cook the bacon in a microwave oven. (this wasn't around either). Because it is served cold it makes a great summer side dish. Enjoy!
I've had this recipe written down for ever...it's out of an old low carb cookbook...hubby and I love it...this would be requested every time it was my turn to bring in "Friday Breakfast" at work...hope you enjoy!