This is an old stand by recipe out of an old Betty Crocker Cookbook dated 1969. The year that I met my DH...yes I was only 15 years old. Been married now for 36 years going on 37. Boy do I feel old, anyway my MIL is German and she loves this recipe. I serve it with my recipe #257991 and recipe #400.
I have had this written down for years. My son and I love it. DH and daughter thought it was on the HOT side. This is really good! We like it served on top of rice with the Pinto beans on the side. Hope you enjoy!
This is out of the "Take-out-tonight" WW cookbook. It says you can use salmon steaks with this dish. Great served with a refreshing cucumber salad. It's easy to prepare, requires virtually no chopping and is ready in less than 20 minutes. Zaar would not accept Mirin (1st ingredient) so posted it in parentheses.
This is out of the Weight Watchers magazine July/August 2008 issue. Food note says: instead of basil mayonnaise, use an equal amount of chopped fresh cilantro in step 1, plus a squeeze of fresh lime juice. I love cilantro so this is the way I make them.
This is out of the July/August 2008 Weight Watchers magazine. Sounds great and planning to make it during a RV trip. Says to use 3/4 inch thick steaks. Boneless top sirloin steaks, also are known as New York strip steaks, they are lean yet super tender.
This is out of "The Backyard Barbecue Cookbook" We don't really care for drumsticks so I used this on skinless chicken breasts. Worked great. I have it marked "excellent!" in the book. You can add a little chili sauce if you prefer it hotter. Hope you enjoy! Cooking time does include 1 hour marinating.
This is out of my old WW cookbook called 123 Success Recipe Collection, dated 1997.This side dish is packed with flavor and color. Serve it with chicken breasts marinated in a teriyaki-soy mixture for a speedy, delicious supper.
Out of a WW cookbook called "In Season" dated 1999. The longer they marinate the hotter their flavor gets. This make-ahead salad transports well for all those outdoor Barbecues. Cooking time is chill time. Hope you enjoy!
This is out of the WW cookbook called "15-Minute Cookbook" dated 1998. I have it marked as being really good! It's a quick and easy dish to prepare. I have just used chopped onion in place of the frozen. If you do use the frozen make sure to drain well so gravy isn't watered down. Hope you enjoy.
This is from a WW cookbook called "15-Minute Cookbook" dated 1998. I have notes in it saying "really good". Dijon mustard has a strong, distinctive flavor. You can us honey mustard, sweet-hot mustard, or spicy mustard. Enjoy!
This is out of the WW Annual Recipes for Success 2000 cookbook. I have it marked as great! Just in time for asparagus season. Best time is suppose to be between late March and May. Great side dish for Barbecue time. Enjoy!
Out of an old 1998 WW cookbook called "15 Minute Cookbook" I have this marked as "great". If you don't care for the strong lemon like flavor of cilantro you can substitute parsley if you prefer. This is great served with black beans, pineapple wedges and fresh strawberries. Hope you enjoy!