According to "Remembering Amy," some refer to bologna as 'North Carolina steak.' As that just sounds so much more appetizing than plain old BALONEY, I thought I'd use it in the name. This is an adaptation of her Recipe#133284. It was delicious, but we couldn't keep the green pepper and onion from sliding off the bun. Here's my solution:
I got this recipe for a VERY yummy spread from a co-worker several years ago. I've had this as an appetizer with crackers, but they'd work wonderfully in a dinner party setting as well, served with warm rolls or French bread.
This used to be the traditional Mennonite Sunday lunch at our house -- it has since become more likely at supper, but it's just as traditional and just as delicious! I'm not sure where farmer sausage is all available or whether it's one of those local specialties just available in Manitoba, so I've posted a recipe for that as well for those of you who make your own sausages. (#184513) If you can't buy it nearby or make it yourself, I'm terribly sorry -- you're definitely missing out! This recipe is for those of you who can.
Another tasty, simple Campbell's Soup recipe. The first time I made this, I cooked the broccoli first and that was definitely a mistake. Though the taste was good, the casserole was just mush. The French fried onions add a nice dimension and texture.
Got this recipe from my cousin (CrystalB -- chef #139350), who got it from a Company's Coming cookbook. A perfect side-dish for an Oriental meal -- mildly flavoured, slightly sweet.... just a great way to serve broccoli!!
My husband is the fish fryer in our house and this is his specialty. Around here, Jack/Pike is readily available, so that's usually the kind of fillets we have on hand. And I don't care what anyone says, if you dip your fish in this mix and then pan-fry it in margarine, even Jack tastes marvelous!! We always have a sealed, plastic container of this ready in the pantry for summer. (The measurements are to the best of his knowledge, but you can tweak it to suit your taste.)
I sampled a different recipe the other night, but had to substitute so many of the ingredients that I decided it wasn't really the same casserole anymore! This tastes very similar to my Recipe#176278, but without all the fuss of making a crust. (cooking time doesn't include cooking chicken or boiling pasta)
A wonderful warm, hearty recipe from Company's Coming Main Courses. The gravy is delicious and perfect for baked potatoes. I add a bit of oregano and garlic for extra flavour, but omit the salt, just in case the bacon adds enough. I usually fry the bacon a little before adding the chicken, too, otherwise it never seems to get crunchy for me!
A scrumptious way to cook and tenderize steaks at the same time. I use whatever steaks or chops I have on hand -- beef, pork, venison, you name it. Particularly good with a cheesey, sour cream and rice casserole like recipe #184275.
I doubt this really qualifies as authentic Chinese cuisine, but it's delicious nonetheless and very simple. Use pre-cooked rice that's been sitting in the fridge for at least a day or two (or in the freezer) for the best results.
I wrote out this recipe AGES ago -- don't remember where I found it -- but finally tried it this week. Oh. my. goodness. I HAVE BEEN MISSING OUT!!! Simple and irrisistible! Tastes good the first day, but definitely better a day later; my recommendation would be to make it a day in advance if it's for a special occasion.