I found this recipe in a pampered chef cookbook called, "It's Good For You!" This light version of a normally high fat entree is creamy and delicious and doesn't taste like "diet food". Give it a try, you will be glad you did.
* According to the cookbook it has 300 calories and 8 g. of fat per serving.
Green bananas have very little banana flavor but are packed with nutrients. These fries are very similar in taste to french fries. This dish is common in Kenya where bananas and roots are more common than the white potato. Posted for ZWT4. (Original recipe from All Recipes)
This is a quick and easy lunch and is particularly good when tomatoes are at their peak. It's best to let the flavors develop a while, but it can be eaten immediately. I found this on epicurious and am posting for ZWT4.
What could be better than a fresh peach and Prosecco bellini on a warm summer day? Why a cold refreshing bellini sorbetto of course! Made with the freshest ripe peaches, our tantalizing concoction of prosecco and peach is sure to tickle your tastebuds.
Preparation time does not include time to freeze.
I am posting this recipe for ZWT. It is a quick and easy German side dish. It is really good to accompany a summer barbeque when cucumbers are plentiful. The original recipe is from epicurious.
*Cook time is resting time for the salted cucumbers to drain.
This is a prize winning recipe in Cook's Country magazine (slightly modified). It is a delicious chowder with a twist...it has corn muffin mix as a thickening agent. The sweet potatoes also add something a little different from the usual chowder. An added bonus is that it goes together fairly quickly.
This received rave reviews from my weekly soup night gang. Try this chowder--your tummy will thank you.
I got this from the Cuisine at Home Holiday Cookbook. These are delicious! A moist coconut dough is wrapped around an almond hershey kiss. The cookie is chewy on the outside with a chocolate almond surprise inside. It's almost a cross between a cookie and a candy. Mmmmmm.
I got this recipe from my great aunt years ago and it is a favorite with our entire family. This is great for large gatherings or potluck dinners. It travels well and is always popular at picnics or on the buffet table. Note: **Don't be tempted to "jazz up" the dressing. This simple dressing combines with the flavors of the pepperoni and salami and tastes great.
I saw Sara Moulton make this sandwich on Food Network. My friend Dan loves it and is always thrilled when I make it for him. It is a great sandwich to serve while watching football on TV. It's pretty spicy, so adjust accordingly.