Everybody's got their favorite recipe for country fried steak, but if you don't-MAKE THIS YOUR FAVORITE!! It makes plenty of gravy and we like to serve it with mashed potatoes and corn fritters. Be sure the gravy is seasoned to your liking and add more salt or pepper if needed. Thanks to Top Secret Recipes, this is from Shoney's Restaraunt-never been there but this has to be a big seller=)
Nice and thick, super easy and doesn't include pineapple. I love teriyaki chicken and I haven't been able to find a recipe that tastes like my favorite Japenese restaraunt's sauce. I'm not a huge fan of vinegar but it seems to be the secret ingredient-if the sauce is too sweet for your taste just add a little more vinegar and tamari. A little grated ginger gives it a really fresh taste if you have it available. You'll probably want to double the recipe if you like lots of sauce=)
From scratch start to finish and completely well worth the effort! These brownies taste amazing with a combination of caramel and dried cherry jam. I got this from Bon Appetite Mag. I say try it as is to start and make changes from there-I love adding walnuts or using a different dried fruit, even a little cayenne makes it interesting.
Copy Cat of Olive Garden's but the quantity is usually right on...It's smooth and creamy. Good alone with noodles, or add veggies for primavera, baby shrimp and sauteed mushrooms with prociutto or chopped ham, sun dried tomatoes and chicken...too many options!
I'd never had corn fritters before I tried this recipe, it's something different for a side dish. This is an old recipe from Green Giant. They are super alone or we also like them served hot with syrup or honey and butter. Famous with country fried steak, mashed potatoes and gravy. Yum!
I couldn't keep my hands off these when I was growing up. Raspberry is my favorite jam and cranberry my favorite juice to use for this recipe, but you can use any flavor combination you want or have available.
Whole tomatoes cut nearly into wedges, stuffed with zucchini and parmesan, sprinkled with olive oil, salt and pepper and minced garlic. I think the flavors are amazing and complimentary plus it looks pretty :) Use medium tomatoes for a side dish or large tomatoes and an extra zucchini for a main dish. It's also tasty without the parm for an easy vegetarian friendly dish.
You won't believe you made it=) Although it seems a little time consuming, you will be suprised at how easy this actually is, and most likely will have all ingredients in your pantry.UPDATE: I made this last night using pie tins and ready made pie crusts and it is actually enough for TWO pot pies!
This has fettuccini tossed with sauteed chicken, mushrooms, onions, red and green peppers and a spicy, tomato creole sauce. It is an amazing combination of flavors, you'll be full long before you've had enough.
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