This recipe came out of a local newspaper column 'Hometown Recipes' & had been submitted by Frankie Roland of Coffeyville KS. Since I'm always looking for quick & easy when it comes to salmon filets....
From the Famous Brand Name Recipes cookbook 'WHOLE-GRAIN COOKING,' this recipe is a nice change from the puddings made with white rice! [NOTE: If you use any butter when cooking the rice, DO NOT add another tablespoon of it as per this recipe.]
Made with fresh or frozen cranberries, these pancakes have a hint of orange that makes for a tasty breakfast! Original recipe is from The Joy of Cranberries: The Tangy Red Treat, with a small tweak from yours truly! Various syrups do well with these, but when they're topped with a cranberry syrup like recipe #304229, well . . .
Don't recall where this recipe came from years ago, but it is one of the few salmon recipes that I really like. Note that 1.75 cups of cold baked salmon can be substituted for the canned salmon. If the final product seems too dry for your taste, additional red wine vinegar and olive oil can be added.
Here's another recipe that comes from the Kraftfoods.com website & is a simple recipe to make. The recipe there calls for Shake 'N Bake Extra Crispy Seasoned Coating Mix as well as Taco Bell Home Originals Salsa.
Here's a refreshing fruit salad that is great in the Spring and Summer when fresh blueberries and strawberries are plentiful. It is great as a salad side dish, as a dessert, or as a topping on pound cake or ice cream!
Everyone has theiry own recipe or at least a favorite potato salad, but for some mysterious reason I seem to gravitate toward my own version! And, I'm EXTREMELY partial to the Del Monte brand of pickle relish -- nothing else works for me! Preparation time includes neither time needed to steam potatoes nor time to chill finished salad.
These tasty lemony nuggets were found at Kraft Foods, & although there are boxed lemon bar mixes out there, the homemade kind, well.... Preparation time DOES NOT INCLUDE the 2+ hours to chill in the refrigerator.
The original of this recipe came from the Dole website, but I've tweeked it a little to better suit my tastes! Preparation time does not include the time needed to freeze or partially freeze the fruit cocktail.