My grandma has made this for as long as I can remember. In the last couple of years, I have taken up making this, but have taken to cutting the "sauce" part in half and baking in an 8x8 or 9x9 pan instead for just a little longer (for a thicker and more dense/cakelike pudding, rather than the thinner and more "pudding like" pudding). If you choose the smaller pan, you will want to increase the cooking time slightly.
Found this recipe online, putting here for safe keeping as we LOVED it, and I don't want to lose it! :) We did double the rice prep here though, as we wanted more of that. I also think I added more cheese (personal preference). The cooking time can be lowered if using leftover rice and chicken.
My grandmother used to make this all the time when I was growing up. You can change it up by using different ice cream flavors, or using the vanilla cream cookies instead of Hydrox/Oreo cookies, and substituting Carmel topping instead of chocolate syrup! :) Time listed does not include freezing time (as this needs to freeze at least a day before serving to give it time to set up nicely!).
A simple feta salad with tomatoes and olives. Could easily substitute fresh Greek olives of your choice for the canned black olives. Rest of recipe is easily tweakable to ones own taste (extra cheese, tomatoes, etc.). Serving size is a guess depending on how big one likes their salad (and how much you tweak other ingredients!) :)
I found lots of Honey Cake recipes on 'zaar, but this one was a bit different with the OJ and the Cardamom.. The ingredient list looks like, but really just a lot of yummy spices. I found this recipe online, and it didn't state what size pan to use, so I would just use your best judgement based on the batter produced :)
I found this recipe on a German recipe website when looking for pork recipes. I love chicken cordon bleu, and thought this was a great twist on an old favorite. I assume you could use any cheese you liked in this recipe. Putting here for safe keeping.
I found this on the Taste of Home website -- I love sesame chicken from the Chinese takeout place, and thought this was an interesting twist on a favorite dish. Time listed does not include chilling time, or marinating time.
I got this from Taste of Home German Recipes section. I love stroganoff, and this looks easy to put together (and tasty too!) using mostly stuff I always have on hand. Can throw this together in the morning, and come home to a tasty meal!