All the vegies make this a one dish meal. Family pleaser! Didn't find this as a dup on Zaar. You can buy dried red bell pepper over the internet for the occasions you run out of fresh. Enhanced from a recipe from Diana's Kitchen.
Pillsbury Bake-Off 1968 Grand Prize Winner. Swirls of poppy seed add interest to this lemon pound cake. This recipe originally used a dry frosting mix that is no longer available. Winner: Phyllis Lidert, Fort Lauderdale, FL Phyllis won $25,000
Courtesy of Giada on Everyday Italian. I haven't tried it but it was reviewed well with notes that the saffron makes the dish.
I will use chicken breasts, sliced in half across the thickness and then pounded to form the scaloppini
Growing up in the South, we had a neighbor that I adored, Cris Juneau, French Louisianian from New Orleans' way. She made the BEST smothered steak. Reconnecting when I was adult, she cooked her infamous dish from memory, but I watched and recreated to paper. Serve with Recipe # 27361. Simply pure southern comfort food!
One dish meal served in bowls topped with Parmesan Cheese. Recipe courtesy of Everyday Italian. Reviewers said it was easy and enjoyed by picky eaters, too. Others made with filet mignon to flat iron steak.
I improved on my mom's basic recipe we ate when I was child and it's now in our monthly rotation cookbook. My husband always goes back for seconds. Freezes well, too. (I didn't find a duplicate posting)
Simple and so tasty. Style your rice to go with your meal by adding an ingredient(s) to suit your taste, such as a little onion, mushrooms, almonds, diced carrots, red pepper, peas, salsa, veggie or beef broth.
I LOVE red cocktail sauce with my boiled shrimp. If you can't find Old Bay Seasoning, there are several recipes for it on Recipezaar. Be sure to chill for at least one hour before serving for flavors to come together.
One of the best seasonings sold, you can make your own Old Bay Seasoning from recipes on this site(stores well, too). I got this recipe off the Yankee Grocery website. For A Southern twist, use 1-1/2 C Flour....dust chicken, dip in egg mix and redust.....makes a great crust.
Recipe courtesy of Giada De Laurentiis of Food Network. There's another recipe similar yet different from a cookbook. This was from a recent showing of "Everyday Italian".
We all thoroughly enjoyed the dish and served a side of spaghetti with olive oil, parmesan cheese and seasonings and a green salad.
These turned out so tasty with a twist to the regular meatball. Easy to prepare and yummy to eat. I've used canned spinach and suggest using your favorite cheese in the sauce (although Provolone was good). Not sure where I got this recipe (maybe Food Network) and I've halved along with adjustments to the recipe.