These have a sweet / salty / spicy flavor that makes them hard to quit eating! Once you've tried them, the recipe may not reach to the 6 or 8 people! I found a similar recipe, here at Zaar, but not quite the same.
I had to try to find a recipe for this. It is scrumptious! From Uncle Phaedrus' website.
EDIT 2/18/2013 - Having made this several times, and taking one of the reviews in to account, I've decreased the salt to 1/2 teaspoon and changed the 1 tsp of garlic salt to 1/2 tsp garlic powder.
In cooking, I've also made the change to A) dredge the chicken breasts in flour prior to sauteing, and B) remove them to a warmer while making the sauce, then spooning the sauce over the crispy scallops when plating. This is now EVEN BETTER! :)
Looking for something with just a little more punch or "specialness". Came across this, made it, & declared success! Note - I used pork loin, sliced 1/2 inch thick, & then pounded, as with any escalope.
This is another recipe I ran across early in our marriage 30 short yrs ago. (I bought a little blank, hardbound book to write special recipes in). DH loves it. Falls into the comfort food category. Cheesy and mmm, mmm good. Add a salad, and dinner is complete!
A take-off on a recipe from CDKitchen - Made this & it was great!
Does NOT have that "Oh, you used dry milk" taste, at all! Note: there is no way, when listing the ingredients, to let you know to use EITHER the butter OR the sour cream, so they are both listed, but choose one or the other!
This has been a no-fail recipe, for me. Beautiful TALL loaves (they may not fit in the toaster very well). Once you're comfortable with bread-making, feel free to sub part of the flour with whole wheat flour, honey instead of the sugar, some cracked grains, etc. Note that rise *times* are an estimate, as here in South Dakota, winter rises always take longer!
I looked through every lime pie recipe listed here, and can't find one similar, so decided to post this. My mom won first place in the cream pie category at a cook off in their retirement community in Texas. I think the cream cheese gives it just that bit of difference.
Using the spices (that would make Pancetta) on the ham give it a fairly authentic flavor. This gives this Carbonara a little zing. When I first looked at the ingredients, I thought, "Really?", but it is Deeeelicious! Caveat - this might be a twice a year thing, as I'm pretty sure the cholesterol levels are going to pushing the limit in this dish. Just don't have ice cream for dessert, OK?
Truly delicious! The staff where my son works decided to have a wild game potluck lunch. He brought this recipe home and conviced me to try it... and yes it took a little convincing, but he made a believer out of me. Give it a try with Ritz or Club crackers!
I never liked meatloaf (bland, yuk, I don't know...) BUT... ran across this recipe shortly after we were married & while I'd say it passes, my family loves it, and it has been on the menu regularly for 30 years.