This is a BBQ delight! Great for standing around the backyard at the summer BBQ picnic. There are no rules-except please use a smoker!
Stuff with whatever your imagination comes up with-fruit-veggies-cheeses-more meat.....
Tried and true! I have made this several times now. It's our fav. brine for pork loin, or pork loin chops. I tend to make this on holidays when grandma is coming -- she's decided she doesn't like turkey anymore. Well, this is a great substitute! Oh, I have also used pineapple juice when cider wasn't in season, worked great! Cooking time denotes marinade time.
These are yummy!! I make a batch or 2 and flash freeze on cookie sheet then freeze into ziplocks. Just heat in the oven for about 10 minutes at 350. You can use any toppings. I like to brush butter on a warm pretzel and sprinkle with garlic salt and parmesan cheese. You could also do cinnamon sugar. I love em with mustard best. These are pretty light and airy. Let them get dark on the outside for the best flavor. Enjoy!! Oh, I almost forgot, I do these in the Kitchen Aid mixer-- proof yeast mixture and add to dry ingredients in mixer bowl. Make sure you watch it until it forms a nice ball. I let knead on low for 8 minutes.
My friend always made us Mandel Bread for gifts but, she wouldn't share her recipe. This is the recipe I have found that is closest to hers. You can mix up your chips and nuts, from white choc. macadamia, to dark choc. dried cherry, pecans. Use your imagination!
These are very good. My step-mom used to make these in the 80's. We would dip into a mustard dressing. Honey mustard would work. The thousand island works great also. Make sure you finely chop corned beef and sauerkraut, so the croquettes hold together. They make a nice appetizer or a nice luncheon with a salad. I hope you enjoy these as much as I do!
Yummmmm. This is a wonderful appy or salad when asked to bring a dish (bring veggies on the side). Great for a BBQ or a hot summer night dinner. I make this often in the summer when veggies are garden fresh. This is from my Mastercook collection. Florida Tomato Committee.