This is a hearty soup/stew that is great to make on a chilly day. We usually have it for lunch, but with the addition of a simple salad (such as one consisting of letture, red onion, yellow bell pepper and topped with a basic vinaigrette), cornbread and a caramel flan for dessert, it would make a delicious dinner meal as well.
I'm a big fan of spicy food, and this is a quick recipe I enjoy making when I'm in a hurry. It is a versatile recipe that can be modified to suit your taste -- it can be made spicier by adding some extra hot peppers or cayenne pepper, you could add some black beans to the mixture, and so on. Any leftovers also reheat wonderfully in the microwave the next day.
This makes a delicious, healthy smoothie that is filled with all the vitamins and minerals you need for the day. When I need to make breakfast in a rush this is a recipe I often make -- it's really good, and good for you.
There are many soda bread recipes that contain raisins, but using Raisinets (found in the candy aisle) gives the bread a little chocolate flavor as well. I made it for the kids first and they loved the bread this way; when I tried it I liked it this way too and I make it sometimes as an alternative to the usual Irish Soda Bread.
These are soft and chewy, just like the ones we get at the mall. It uses the boiling-before-baking method which is also typically used in making authentic New York bagels. I usually provide several toppings such as coarse salt, cinnamon and sugar, and mustard so everyone can choose their favorite topping.
The recipe comes from the Cinderella's Royal Table restaurant, which is in Cinderella's Castle at Walt Disney World. We ate there once about 10 years ago; this was on the menu and I loved it! I finally found the recipe on the internet and hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
This is a quick dinner that kids love! I'd never used frozen Tater Tots before, but I found this recipe and made it for my son. It has sort of a burger and french fry taste and he gobbled down several servings, saying he wished I'd make this all the time.
The Empress Lily is a refurbished steamboat that is permanently anchored in the Downtown Disney area at Walt Disney World. Years ago, the Empress Lily was an elegant restaurant inside of the steamboat. Now Fulton's Steakhouse has taken its place, but there are still a number of great recipes that came from the Empress Lily restaurant, and this is one of them.
This recipe is a little different from others in that it uses worcestershire sauce in the egg mix. We love how it gives the chops a little extra "zing." We usually have this with a green vegetable and potatoes. I've also listed a variation of this recipe to make a cheese-topped pork chop. Note: If you're making the chops without cheese, you might want to try learninscratch's directions for a delicious orange sauce -- they can be found in her review.
This makes a delicious breakfast/brunch treat. Be sure to use canned pumpkin puree, not fresh, because even if pureed, fresh pumpkin can sometimes still have fibrous pulp. Note that cooking time also includes sitting and cooling time.
About a year ago, I went to a friend's house for dinner and she served this dish. I really loved it and asked her for the recipe. She said she had found it years ago in a Good Housekeeping cookbook and was nice enough to share it with me. It's and easy and delicious way to serve ground lamb.