After oven roasting asparagus, green beans, cauliflower I thought WHY NOT BROCCOLI. The result is crispy on the outside, tender on the inside and a great new way for me to enjoy one of my favorite veggies. Hope you like it too. The garlic is smashed and diced to get as much garlic flavor as you can from each clove.
I took eleventy three recipes from here, messed them all up and this is the result. This is a great breakfast or lunch dish and is easily reheated. Use whatever kind of mushroom you like, I used portabella. The crust can be either the roll out kind, frozen or homemade. I used the roll out kind.
This is a great Weight Watcher recipe. 8 pts. per serving. I sometimes add a little diced bell pepper. You can use leftover taco meat, turkey (with cranberries!), whatever you have on hand. You are going to love these.
Adapted from a recipe I found in a magazine. You can serve rice on the side if you must but it really isn't needed this makes very generous, healthy portions. The nutrional numbers on this recipe will be a little off because you throw away the marinade but it is in the ingredients (hope that makes sense, lol)
This chicken is just full of flavor. Scoring the breast or thigh before marinating allows the marinade to penetrate the meat better and faster. I found this recipe in Cooking Pleasures Magazine and we just loved it. Another plus is a short marinading time that does not compromise the flavor at all. Longer would only make it better.
I like this sauce because it's not overly sweet or thick and ketchupy. I like a sauce that lets the flavor of the meat come through. I always serve on the side in case I have guests that do not wish to have sauce on their meat. Makes a pretty good mop if your meat is drying out before the center is done. I prefer it on beef rather than pork personally. Rumor has it that it cures hangovers if you drink it straight, I am not that brave, lol.
This is from Everyday Food. I made it and we just loved it. It's simple, made with ingredients I usually have on hand and delicious. Great way to use up the bounty of zucchini everyone seems to have in the summer.
I got this recipe from a blog called Kalyn's Kitchen. I made it tonight and it is plate licking good. We felt the sauce was just perfect, not too much of anything. The sauce is a little thin but delicious. Hope you like it.
This recipe is very special to me as my mom and I worked it out together and have enjoyed many laughs in the kitchen in the process. It has the things she likes and the things I like all in one delicious slaw. Tastes great the next day too.
This is my mother's dressing recipe, finally captured on paper, lol. We use her cornbread recipe to make this as the pre-made mixes are very sweet and affect the taste of the dressing in a really not so good way.
This is my mother's cornbread recipe. She uses a cast iron skillet which produces a beautiful crust. This is not sweet cakelike cornbread but authentic Southern cornbread that we eat with a big pot of beans or peas and she uses it for her Cornbread Dressing which is also posted on this site.
Some here turned me onto this a long time ago and I could have sworn it was posted but I can't find it. Just wanted to share. If the iced tea a use is sweetened I substitute fresh squeezed lemon juice for the lemonade.