This is ridiculously easy to make. It is REALLY quite sweet, so I'm trying to figure out how to lower the sweetness. After refrigerating over night, the consistency is excellent! This is a work in progress, so I'm posting it here as a working copy.
The dressing in this recipe is what it's all about! Any substitutions will definitely have an effect on this one, so I encourage you to follow the recipe as close as you can. Do not drain the anchovies. Use the whole can, liquid included. If you like Caesar Salad, you'll love this!
My mother passed this recipe on to me and I'm passing it on to my daughter. The whole family loves this comfort food and it's a great use for leftover turkey! Depending on the amount of leftover turkey, I sometimes triple the recipe.
Serve over a bed of rice or on it's own.
Perfect pickled eggs every time. A nice clean, store-bought look too! I often add a jar of these in my gift baskets. If you follow the directions, you should get a perfect peel every time. I buy organic, fresh eggs, hot-off-the-chicken from a local farmer in the morning and have jars of pickled eggs in the afternoon!
This is taken from the classic 'Joy of Cooking'. I have tried many others, but this one NEVER FAILS! Timing is crucial. Serve immediately when done. I do ours in the toaster oven in order to watch them and to be able to serve them at the right time. All ingredients must be at room temperature.
This is a wonderful fall or winter comfort food. The recipe can use either cauliflower or broccoli. UPDATE: I need to mention that I usually reserve some of the cauliflower pieces on the side before I blend, so I get a mixture of creaminess as well as some chunky pieces as an end result. You may want to try this.
This is our favorite homemade ice cream. From the Rival ice cream manual. Be patient while adding the small bit of milk to the eggs. The slower you can add the eggs to the hot mixture the easier it will be to thicken. Time does NOT include 2 hour chilling time.
This makes a perfect side dish for a Turkey dinner. It's the ONLY way I can get my in-laws to eat carrots. I prefer to steam the carrots, but you can boil them if you don't have a steamer. You can also slice regular carrots if you don't have baby carrots. If you don't have a lemon zester tool, you can use the fine side of a grater.
I can't remember where this came from. I think it may have been Women's Day magazine. It is truly unique and a creative savory alternative to regular pizza. We love it and consider it a special treat 2 or 3 times a year.
Perfect recipe for using up leftovers! If you have eggs, milk, rice and cheese, you can practically clean out your fridge right into your quiche pan. Sometimes I even add some leftover meat. It can be served fresh hot or cold or freeze it for a quick, easy meal during the week!