Great accompaniment to grilled burgers. Fast and easy. This recipe makes enough for 4 large burgers. Double or triple recipe recipe for more. Was told it should keep in the fridge for up to 4 weeks or can be frozen. I never had leftovers.
This has become one of my most requested dishes at family functions. I prepare it at home and just heat up in the microwave when I am ready to serve. I also adjust the amount of hot sauce depending on who will be there. Our family prefers it mild with only 1/2 cup of sauce.
After coming home from the store with 11 pounds of boneless chicken breasts, I decided to try freezing some in marinade. this is an adaption of a recipe a friend gave me years ago. The marinade can be used with other pieces of chicken. Chicken can also be cut into smaller pieces and bbq'd on skewers that have been soaked in water. For a nice appetizer.
This is a lightened version of a recipe for Mountain Mash Potatoes I found in a magazine. Original recipe used a 1/2 cup of butter and cream. I was doing Weight Watchers at the time so it wasn't practical to make, however, I liked the idea of red potatoes with green onions. This is wonderful with roast beef and gravy. 2 Points per serving.
This is an adaptation from how my mom made taco filling when we were kids. When ground beef is on sale I will triple the recipe and freeze unused portions in zip-lock bags. Also good as a burrito filling or use in a taco salad.
A beautiful festive salad. Perfect salad to serve at holiday gatherings. Adapted from a recipe I found many years ago. I don't add the coconut but the original recipe did. I use the canned fruits for ease when making this to take to a potlucks, however fresh fruits and beets can be used. Dressing can be made earlier in day also.
This was my Grandmother's recipe. It was on a handwritten note inside her "school" cookbook. She made this often. It has been and will continue to be a family favorite. This is real good on chocolate cake.