I got this recipe in the mail in one of those "keep these and pay us a ridiculous amount of money, and we will give you more" scams. I haven't tried it, but it sounds sooooooo good! Let me know how it is!
This is from the Oprah-sponsored cookbook "In The Kitchen With Rosie." I love this sandwich!!! I leave out the fresh basil, arugula, and jalapenos just because I usually don't have them on hand. This is a spicy sandwich, so if you have a low tolerance for heat, I would leave out all the spices. However, I wouldn't be able to gurantee that it would taste as good!
I have no idea where I got this recipe. It has been sitting on my desktop for about 3 years, and I didn't try it until last night. If only I had known! This is so yummy! And you can't even tell that it's lowfat!
I made this recipe up from what I had handy in my cupboard. Yummy! If you want to reduce the fat, try using my recipe for homemade chicken apple sausage instead of regular. It has half the fat of regular sausage, and adds delicious flavors to this casserole.
This is a great recipe that I have been making for years. It is very rich though, so don't make this recipe if you are looking for something light! I like to serve this with steamed rice (to kind of counterbalance the fat content of the chicken). Also, the cooking time listed here is for an older model Crock Pot. If you have a newer one you will want to cut back the cooking time.
I got this recipe from a friend of a friend of a well, you get it. It's a very easy treat for the kiddos! If you want to be wild and crazy, substitute some sauteed mushrooms for the pepperoni, or whatever 1 topping that you like. I will say though, that the pepperoni helps hold back the cheese from oozing out better than other substitutes. But, to me, the cheese tastes good when it oozes out and gets baked to golden anyhow. Enjoy!
A combination of several recipes that I came across, this turned out to be delicious! Of course, my stepson spotted the onions, so I will have to remember to hide them better next time (he doesn't notice if they are diced small enough). We ate this with a loaf of toasted french bread. Yum!
This wonderful cookie recipe is one that I am begged to make over the holidays every year! They are out of a really, really old McCall's cookbook that my mother used to use. I took them to work last year, and everyone started calling me Julia Child! They are well worth the effort!
This is a recipe that I came up with when trying to find a use for all of my taco leftovers from the night before. It is a very versatile recipe, and can be eaten as a dip, or on top of your leftover shredded lettuce. You can omit the spanish rice if making a dip, because it with the chips and the beans it makes for a pretty starchy snack. But on the lettuce, the rice is perfect! Yum!
This is basically a technique I have discovered for making those thin breakfast steaks suitable to serve for dinner. And, they don't have the consistency of shoe leather! I highly recommend that anyone who does not have Montreal Steak Seasoning go out and buy it! It is so good that it has forever replaced the use of pepper on steaks and burgers in our house! I serve this recipe with a hearty potato dish and veggies.