Quick and Easy Preparation. Low or sugar free jelly or preserves works well, too. Adapted from a recipe I received over 25 years ago, where I cut out a lot of unnecessary cholesterol and it didn't affect the flavor in the least. You can use chicken pieces of your choice, just adjust your cooking time.
Easy and good ole comfort food from deep in the heart of Texas. I compiled this after having leftover Easter ham but ground turkey, chicken, pork or beef would work as well. You may want to increase salt to 1 tsp if not using cooked ham. I serve with black eye or purple hull peas and a mixed green salad.
Served with a Pomegranate Vinaigrette - just yummy! Recipe courtesy of Chef Zov, Chef of the Year by Governor of California (see Chef's notes in recipe) I'm trying to cook more of the foods that I've shied away from over the years. My B-I-L's grilled asparagus got me back on this wonderful vegetable.
A little Italian Tradition. From http://cookingwithpatty.com and edited ever so slightly. It's stated that Swiss Chard can be used but that artichokes taste better and are in the original recipe. If you want to go to the trouble, use fresh artichokes.
This pie is simple to make despite the cooking time. If you like potatoes and onions you'll really enjoy this pie. Presentation is company quality. Looked and didn't see same recipe on Zaar. The weight of puff pastry sheet package is estimated.
As easy gourmet topping is offered as well as a simple one. Leftovers make great sandwiches the next day. Don't let the ingredient list sway you as it goes together rather quickly. I found this recipe on an Italian restaurant website I found a while back, but the name didn't print and I can't remember. I'm over 50, it happens to the best of us!