My own recipe for a delicious, cold salad made with multicolored rotini, canned tuna, onions, celery and carrots. It's wonderful in the summer as a light dinner served with blueberry or pineapple muffins. The secret is to used canned tuna in vegetable oil rather than water--it makes a more moist, delicate salad overall.
This is just awesome. We even eat this on its own, without any pasta, sometimes. It's a hearty Italian chili that way and lip-smacking delicious. It's wonderful over penne, rotini, or good ol' p-sketti ;-) if you're a traditionalist! Any way you serve it, you'll love it. We got ours from an Emeril recipe that we tweaked a little--PORK FAT RULES! LOL!
The quintessential Texan feel-good comfort casserole. From a friend who used to own a well-known catering business in Humble, Texas. This is the best! You can make this LOW-CARB by substituting R.W. Garcia Low-Carb Tortilla Chips (or other kind) for the Tostitos.
The best cheese grits I have ever had, courtesy of my mom's recipe box. Bake it the night before and re-bake it in the morning. You can make this the morning, of, but I recommend you follow it as written to get the same consistency.
This is my version of the banana pancakes from Blue Heaven in Key West, FL. I've eaten there so many times and miss their delicious pancakes. It's not their exact recipe, obviously, but I think I got the flavor and texture almost exactly right!
Chicken in a creamy, mild curry sauce. From my Grandma's recipe box, I grew up with this and had no idea it was so easy until my late 20's. I get many compliments on it, notably from those who claim they do not like "indian" food.
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