This is an adaptation of "Semolina cake soaked with lemon syrup" from "A Baker's Tour" cookbook. The semolina cake was originally from Greece & called "Revani". When I saw you could substitute the semolina for cream of wheat, I figured my malt-o-meal would work just as well. I had maple brown sugar malt-o-meal & we loved it so much, I don't think I will ever be able to make it any other way. If you don't have that kind of malt-o-meal, I would imagine you can incorporate those flavors in the syrup that is drizzled on top. This cake was gone in 2 hours. We really liked it & I hope you will too.
This was my first introduction to Chorizo sausage. When I make home-made chili, this is the recipe I use. Adapted from a recipe I got from some magazine years ago. Usually buy my chorizo, but have also made my own. I like that you don't have to be so exact when chopping the ingredients, since it's going to be pureed anyway.
Refrigerated crescent rolls are ok. But dip them in butter & parmesan before baking & they are amazing! This was an experiment I tried one evening. We loved it. I don't make them any other way now. If you like, you can also add about 1/2 teaspoon dried parsley to the parmesan mixture.
Adapted from a recipe in the newspaper from the Creekside Cafe & Grill in Arizona. This is my go-to cobbler/dump cake. Wonderful & so easy. Awesome served with ice cream. It also re-heats great as left-overs. You can substitute the blackberries for another berry of your choice.
Adapted from a recipe in Cooking Pleasures magazine. This is divine on crackers. It is best with portobello mushrooms, but I have also made it with regular button mushrooms. I have also used white onions or vedalia onions.
I like to have snacks with me when I'm with friends. This was inspired by several other nut recipes I have tried over the years. I use whatever whole nuts I have on hand. My favorites are pecans & almonds.
When I saw this recipe on foodtv, I thought I would give brussels sprouts a try. I LOVED it. I get to craving these & will make a batch just for myself. The cooking time may sound too long, but I have never had either the brussels sprouts or pine nuts burn. I do like the suggestion to keep your pine nuts in the freezer - that should help to keep them from burning.
Adapted from "Good Eats". We thought we would give it a try. My husband was told to try to reduce his wheat & gluten. They are SO GOOD! You wouldn't even know they were gluten free! This was my first gluten free recipe to try & I'm not nervous anymore!
Adapted from Gourmet magazine. This is shrimp, butter & spices, it does NOT contain cream cheese. Originally for toast, but it is AMAZING on baked potato, steak or fish (like tilapia). This is very easy to make & even easier to devour!
My first recipe to post! I'm so excited!! Cooking time includes the chill time.
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