I haven't tried this but other recipes from the same book have been quite remarkable. The instructions were very "bare bones" so I've done my best to intelligently expand them. It sounds great and I can't wait to try it out myself.
I did a google search and found this recipe prefaced with a lot of different names. Since all of the recipes were identical I thought I would give it a try to deplete my large supply of raisin bran cereal. It made a small loaf but turned out quite yummy! Enjoy!
WARNING: This pie can be habit forming. Please consume responsibly. Thanks to Chef Craig Common of The Common Grill in Anne Arbor Michigan. If you like this you will want to get his THE COMMON GRILL COOKBOOK. All the recipes are top notch and worth every moment spent on them. This is so quick and easy you won't believe it.
This was the result of a very poorly followed recipe. We were pleasantly surprised with the result and will be checking out local Weight Watchers groups tomorrow. The asparagus can be either fresh or frozen. I used frozen and that worked out just fine. Also, if you like more heat, increase the amount of chili paste.
Not too "eggy" and just the right flavors. Make it the night before and bake in the morning. Our preferences include maple-flavored sausage and Schreiber's American cheese. These make an exquisite morning casserole.
Using zucchini was always a challenge at hom in PA Dutch country. This delightful dessert pie has a tropical flair! Don't let the ingredient list scare you away. I have served this to people who don't like squash and they never know if you don't tell them. If using zucchini squash, peel the green first for the best disguise.
These are probably the healthiest burgers I've ever made ... and surprisingly simple and tasty! My inspiration was the Shrimp Boulette Po' Boy Burger from the Burger Meister cookbook but I made numerous changes to suit hubby's taste. I will definitely make these again to help use up extra burger buns.