I found this in the October 2007 edition of Cooking Light. The description says, "Rich salmon, coated in almond meal, acquires a toasted flavor reminiscent of browned butter. Serve with broccoli rabe, orzo pasta, and pinot noir." It is true about the browned butter taste.
Good applesauce is not hard nor does it require a lot of ingredients. I found this recipe in my old Betty Crocker cookbook. Strangely, I could not find this recipe anywhere on 'Zaar in the same proportions. This recipe is perfect everytime.
I found this recipe in A Collection of the Very Finest Recipes Ever Assembled into One Cookbook. This recipe makes the best beer batter fish that I have EVER had! I use the darkest beer I can buy. I tried a pale colored beer once, and I didn't like it as well. You will no doubt enjoy this excellent batter!
I found this recipe in Peter Reinhart's book American Pie. Put the garlic on top of a pizza (try #186393) for a special treat or freeze/refrigerate it to use in other recipes. Save the oil for salads and sauces.
I found this in my Pillsbury cookbook. It was originally Turkey Enchilada Bake, but I prefer it with chicken. It is flavorful, but not particularily spicy. If you want to save time, cook and cube or shred your chicken in advance. Also, the original recipe calls for regular sour cream rather than lite.
This recipe came from my Pillsbury Cookbook. This has been my favorite way to eat chili since 1995. The recipe listed here includes my modifications. When in season, I have substituted the green chilis with a habenero and another time with a habenero plus 2 tabasco peppers. Both of these, especially the latter, made it a HOT chili.
This oatmeal is so easy! I make it right before I go to bed, and I turn the crock pot off as soon as I get up. Everyone in my house loves it! Found this in 'Fix it and Forget it.' I also have to add in reference to some of the reviews, our family likes it mushy.