The quickest fish cake you will ever make! These come together very easily and can be dressed up with chipotle mayo, tartar sauce, Russian dressing, Tapatio, or just a bit of mayo and lemon. If you want to be sure your patties do not fall apart, try shaping the patties as directed and then letting them sit in the refrigerator for an hour. (I did not find this necessary). This recipe is adapted from the Kraft website.
This rice includes wine and plenty of garlic. It is crucial to use good quality freshly peeled garlic from whole heads for the success of this rice. The rice can be made vegetarian by using water in place of the chicken broth. This recipe is from Baja: Cooking on the Edge.
Lucas is slang for crazy in Spanish and it is also the name of a sweet-and-sour seasoning that is used on everything from fruit to candy and is even sometimes used to rim the glass of beer in Mexico. Here it is used in an unusual way- the flavoring for grilled chicken. It is a bit spicy so adjust to your own tastes. The time does not include the time to marinate the chicken. This recipe is adapted from Baja: Cooking on the Edge.
My family loves lemon desserts so I plan on making this as an alternative to the mandatory chocolate desserts for Easter. This will also be the birthday cake for my Aunt Siobhan. From the Food Network. The nutritional count is way off on this because it includes a separate recipe for 5 dozen sugar cookies and you only need a few to decorate the cake (optional).
Love this one! This got rave reviews at the picnic I brought it to. It's called picnic chicken because it even tastes good cold. It takes a bit of time to marinate but it is worth it.The prep time includes 24 hours in the fridge. Found this on recipelink.
This recipe by Elizabeth Morath won the Ultimate Recipe Showdown for Pasta! I can't wait to try this one it looked so good and earned almost a perfect score of 99! It looks much different than traditional lasagna.
This is a nice make ahead recipe. The asparagus is so sweet and flavorful that you might want to elimate the dressing altogether. Many guests did enjoy using it to dip the spears in - it totally changes the flavor. You also might consider adding some halved cherry tomatoes to the marinade. The time listed does not include the marination time.
This is a Rick Bayless recipe from Food and Wine Magazine, June 2002. The fish can actually be made the day before serving. Serving suggestions: Place the ceviche in a large bowl and let people spoon it onto individual plates to eat with chips or saltines; spoon the ceviche into small bowls and serve tostadas, chips or saltines alongside; or pile the ceviche onto chips or tostadas and pass around for guests to consume on these edible little plates. Garnish the ceviche with cilantro leaves before serving.
I made these for my niece Zoey's birthday picnic. She loved them because she likes to lick off all the icing. It does make a lot of icing so you may want to reduce it. My frosting came out kind of rosie colored because I used raspberry swirled chocolate chips. Recipe is from Down Home with the Neelys.