This is a delicious fruit salad that my mother made every Thanksgiving and Christmas. It was the only time she made it so we always looked forward to it. It is all very simple ingredients and makes up quickly. Do allow for some chill time to allow the flavors to blend. The coconut (and cherries) are optional.
I got this recipe from Betty Crocker software. I love pasta and cream sauces but usually they are so fattening that I feel guilty eating it! This recipe is delicious and tastes every bit as good as the "full-fat" version!
Believe me, I am not much of Mexican food eater. But this dish is fantastic! And it may be because it doesn't have a lot of the "authentic" ingredients that a lot of other enchiladas do. But, every time I serve them, I get rave reviews!
This is a recipe that is as close as I can get to a side dish that a local Columbus, Ohio restaurant serves and is their signature dish. It is called Pasta Salvi. It is to die for!
Please note: I was a manager at Salvi's for several years. Missing ingredients include minced fresh parsley and garlic. The cream sauce is a classic bechamel sauce prepared with onion, cloves and nutmeg, with the onion and cloves discarded before adding to the pasta.
There was a restaurant in Columbus, Ohio called Rocky's that served this appetizer. I was so disappointed when they closed the restaurant as I could never find anyplace else that served this dish. Many years later I found this likeness in our local paper. I make it constantly for football parties or other gatherings!
This is a little different from what is already posted. We have a large group of friends that gather to watch Ohio State Buckeye games. I use this group as my recipe guineau pigs! They all loved these!