Mexican Cornbread is almost a meal within itself. This recipe is really easy and versatile. Other than a few basic ingredients you can add just about whatever you'd like or leave out what you don't like or have on hand. This dish is actually better the next day so it's great for potlucks or make-ahead meals. It freezes well, too.
Variations: Grated cheese, browned hamburger or sausage, green enchilada sauce, green chiles, dried tomatoes.
Super-moist, super-easy, super-good! Try this with or without the shredded coconut. For this recipe, I use a bundt cake pan and I don't add any kind of frosting or glaze. You can if you want, but this moist, rich cake doesn't need it.
Dress up bland bread pudding or coffee cake, use to rescue day old donuts, or add some adult richness to ice cream. Be creative, add a little cinnamon, a few raisins, walnuts, bananas... The possibilities are endless. Have fun and enjoy!
This cobbler is rummy and yummy and super easy to prepare. It can be made with or without the raisins and even without the rum, although I wouldn't recommend it. Makes a great everyday dessert or brunch.
What a refreshingly light summer salad, and pretty too. I suggest using fresh veggies, but canned beans and pineapple are just fine as well. Most any kind of lettuce will do, even spinach. I prefer hearts of romaine for more crunch. Original version of this recipe was found at The Sprouted Kitchen: http://sproutedkitchen.com/?p=1487.
These are really tasty, healthy, and easy to prepare. The most difficult thing about making fajitas is not being afraid to cook the ingredients over high heat. A hot skillet or griddle is necessary to quickly cook the ingredients so they are seared (but not burned) on the outside but tender and juicy on the inside. Preparation time includes time to marinate.
A nicely decorated chocolate cake always makes an impressive presentation, even if it is semi-homemade. Adding raspberry cream filling between layers and a rich, chocolate-raspberry ganache on top, gives ordinary chocolate cake a hint of elegance and interest. Prep time will vary depending on time spent decorating.
Wake up pork with this adventurous blend of cocoa and chili! Just the right amount of heat, the right amount of sweet, and a rich infusion of chocolate. Go on, you know you want to see what the fuss is all about.
Light, crispy, fruity, creamy! Spring is here and it's time for cool, fresh fruit desserts. The possibilities are endless once you create the shell. Use prepared seasonal, local fruits, or go tropical with pineapple, mango, and coconut.