I got this recipe from Fiber One's web site. Yum! Healthy and Good. Occasionally, I have trouble finding sesame sticks around here and will substitute a cup of Fiber One Original for an even higher fiber, lower calorie treat. Works well either way. 1 serving = 1/2 cup. Cooling time included in cooking time.
This recipe actually came from the side of a bag of Jasmine rice. My family likes it well enough that it has become a semi-regular, quick and easy weeknight meal. As written, it has a nice kick, but won't melt your head. Adjust the cayenne pepper to your liking.
This is the best accompaniment to meat (especially beef) that we have ever had. We first had it at Delmonico's Steak House in Vegas (it was served with my husband's steak, and we were all dipping our food on his plate!) Anyway, I found the recipe on Emeril's website and almost always have a supply here on hand. Super simple to make and WAY preferable to bottled steak sauces.
Thick, rich, creamy and decadent! This beats regular old pudding anytime. Garnish with whipped cream, mint, edible flowers... whatever strikes your fancy. from Fine Cooking #56. Time estimates do not include chill time.
This is really flavorful and juicy roast chicken. Even my husband, who is growing tired of chicken, picks the bird clean when I make this one. From Fine Cooking, #22. Marinating time included in the prep time.