Dubliner cheese is my all time favorite cheese! It is aged for 12 months, has elements of a mature cheddar, sweet nutty tones of a Swiss, and the piquant bite of aged Parmesan. The pineapple tidbits in this quiche give it a subtle sweetness.
Modified from EatingWell: May/June 2012. The original recipe called for chicken drumsticks. The whole cloves of garlic turn mild and buttery when they’re simmered with chicken in a simple white wine-mustard sauce in this garlic chicken recipe for two. Serve with mashed potatoes or rice, and green beans or broccoli.
Small batch fudge glaze; just enough for an 8x8 pan of brownies, a loaf sized cake, or several cupcakes! Make it mocha by adding instant coffee granules, or change up the extract for different flavors! I frosted Recipe #491541 with this mocha glaze!
One dish meal modified from Real Simple. I'll most likely substitute one package stir fry vegetables for the sugar snap peas, and carrots. If using the bamboo shoots, you might add them to the pot while the vegetables steam! Make this a more substantial meal by adding hot cooked rice to each bowl before topping with the vegetables, pot stickers, and sauce.
From EatingWell January/February 2009. Dress up pepper-crusted pork chops with a rich, creamy brandy sauce. Serve with roasted sweet potato slices, or potatoes or rice of your choice, and something green!
Modified recipe by Pillsbury from The Daily Meal. The combination of chocolate and orange is a pleasing one, blending together the rich qualities of chocolate with the citrus from the orange. This recipe uses cream cheese and marmalade to mellow out their bold flavors, and wraps them up in refrigerated pie crusts to create a quick and delicious pastry. NOTE: Prep time is allowed for pie crust to come to room temperature.