This recipe was posted for the British Isles Culinary Cruise 2009. It comes from the Isle of man Community Website: www.iofm.net. It is traditionally made and sold at the Tynwald Fair, which is the oldest surviving fair on the Isle of Man. It is still held at the village of St. John's every 5th July. The chocolate probably came into the recipe because smugglers along the coast introduced exotic foods and spices. This fudge has a smooth, chocolatey flavor with a hint of honey.
Also known as potato cake or potato bread, this is very much a Northern Ireland dish. The recipe is from " A Little Irish Cookbook" According to Irelandseye.com, it is considered an essential part of the traditional "Ulster Fry," which also includes bacon, eggs, and sausages.This recipe was posted for the Virtual Culinary Cruise: British Isles & Ireland, 2009.
This is what my French Canadian Mom used to call Goulash, no tomato, just lots of beef & veggies in a beef gravy base. My Mom always served it with elbow macaroni, but I like to use egg noodles. Its a simple recipe, but everyone I've ever made this for just loves it!
This recipe is from the VisitWales.com website. Some of the directions were unclear so I filled in where I could. Posted for the VCC - British Isles and Ireland event "http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=311118"
This is a great goodie to make for company or just to bless the ones you love. The yogurt, blueberries and whole wheat flour make it a little more healthy than the usual coffeecake. You can make it lower in fat by substituting 1/2 cup applesauce for half the butter. Freezes well.
This great tasting & super easy recipe is an adaptation of Mandi Foresters White Chicken Chili from the Rachel Ray show. The turkey gives the chili a great flavor and I also made the addition of corn niblets and extra chopped tomato to give the chili more interest. If you like yours spicier just use a hotter salsa.
Absolutely Delicious and slightly less fattening because evaporated skim milk takes the place of the usual cream called for in quiche recipes. The mix of cheddar and swiss goes well with most add-ins such as asparagus, spinach, mushroom, or what-have-you. Have all your ingredients ready to go before you start. prep time does not include pre-baking the pie crusts.
A fun and healthy pizza that the kids should love! Thanks to Chef Joey Z for the Easy No Yeast Pizza Dough "Recipe #254063". The crust comes out nice and crispy. You can add your own family's favorite toppings or let each person put toppings on their own personal pizza.
This is an adaptation of "Recipe #107190". I did not have some of Kittencal's ingredients, so I improvised & came up with a deliciously different tuna casserole recipe! The roasted red peppers add a great flavor and color to this dish.
This recipe is a better adaptation of the "perfect" macaroni and cheese recipe from the MS website. To save $$, I get the various cheese "ends" that most grocery deli counters offer at a discount. The greater the variety of cheeses used, the better this recipe tastes!
Easy to make and delicious little slices of marinated roast beef on fresh baguette slices topped with roasted red peppers, black olives, and just enough hot pepper relish to give them a little kick. I made these for a Christmas Tea party and the ladies loved them! My DH loved them too! They look expensive to make but are really affordable because you only need a small amount of roast beef to make them.
I made up this recipe because I had cabbage and broccoli slaw and kielbasa that needed to be cooked up. I just finished cooking it for the first time and Wow! I loved it, my DH loved it, even the kids all loved it and ate up every bite. Hint: do all your cutting up before you begin to cook. Great served with rice.
This recipe is inspired by Luby's "Recipe #65768"
My version is just as Spicy & Delicious as the original, but lower in fat and uses a less expensive cut of chicken.
Serve with rice and a nice cucumber salad to cool off the palate.