This is NOT a Jessica Simpson recipe (she merely put it togehter... thanks houseblend for the advice...), but I love Jessica Simpson and trust her taste! It's gotta be easy if she can do it! She showed Rachael Ray (who owns the copyright to the recipe) how to put this dish together on Rachael's new show. Haven't tried it yet, but I'm sure I will in the next couple of weeks or so, then I will revise this description. Enjoy:
This is so good! I looked for a good recipe for maple glaze for chicken or fish or *whatever* that had the ingredients that I had on hand, but I just couldn't find the right one, so I created this extremely simple recipe myself and it was a success. I guess sometimes, to find the right answers, you have to look within!
This sauce is so good! A definite break from the ordinary. I like to experiment in the kitchen and this is one experiment that definitely went right! Plus, it's a very versatil kind of base-sauce, so you can add different things to your liking. My next time making this, I'm definitely going to try adding in mushrooms. (prep time does not include bacon/chicken drippings)
I found this recipe in a magazine for fun things to do in the kitchen with your children (a Martha Stewart publication). A definite pleaser for banana lovers because it's got whole slices of banana right in the center! Make your own sauce to go over these and you'll be in breakfast heaven!
This is such a fun and creative way to use the crumbs at the bottom of your empty tortilla bag after a long night of movie watching! "Migas" translates out to "crumbs", which is in reference to the tortilla chip crumbs that are used to fill this taco. Really a must-try. Add some spicy or mild salsa to top this taco for an explosive breakfast that is sure to stir up your senses!
This is a traditional Jamaican/West Indian breakfast dish that's probably my absolute favorite. My grandma used to cook this on Sunday mornings with fried dumplings, plantains, and callaloo (similar to collard greens). One taste and I'm sure you'll fall in love too! (cook time does not include soaking the fish, which should be at least two hours or longer until it begins to flake apart)
I call it that because my in-laws have never had alfredo sauce until one night when I made it for them. I was totally shocked and told them they just had to try it and they were all very happy that they did. This is a great alfredo sauce that's packed with loads of flavor.
My mom Jacky, who sometimes goes by her old nickname Chaqueta, makes this fruit salad in the summer that nobody can resist! I ate a giant bowl of it by myself when I was pregnant with my first son because it's just so good. This is a truly refreshing summertime treat with a tropical twist and a touch of sweet that any kid or adult can appreciate. This recipe makes a lot, so be careful... You may want to have some friends around to help you finish it! (Recipe can de doubled)
I used to love to go to Max's Grille Restaurant on Riverwalk in Ft. Lauderdale FL, but as any one who's ever been there knows, the selection is not too big. I really wanted Mahi-Mahi, but all they had was a sandwich with that fish, so I made some changes to it and it became my very own specialty meal.
My mom will throw just about anything onto the grill, and one day a few summers ago as we all were watching Bobby Flay, we saw him making grilled peaches, so I brought it up to my mom and we decided to give it a try. So glad we did, but we did add our own touches to it.