My dad would make this after every easter and it was always great. Nothing can compare. Also, if you do not have a ham bone from easter, hamhocks work just as well. Also, if you can not find turnips, rutabas will work.
At first I was worried this would not turn out well so I had a back up dessert in case. However, it was amazing. We ate it without any condiments, but would go awesome with ice cream or whipped cream. Also, do not confuse this with a molten lava cake. You will also need a ceramic soufflé dish.
Again this is another modification from the original from WW, but I find it quite tasty and easy to make. You can always add more spices, such as garlic or onion powder to taste. You can always take away or add other veggies to this. Also, if you like your soup more thick you can always put it in the blender for a creamy version. Also, you can use green cabbage.
A north Indian dish perfect to be served over rice or bread dipped into that I adjusted from the Indian Betty Crocker Cookbook. I often cook this the night before, refrigerate, and then continue cooking the next day, adding the garam masaala, cream and cilantro later.
This is a light recipe that is awesome on the taste buds. It is very easy and quick to make and goes nicely along with couscous.
You can play around with the vegetable ingredients till you get the right mixture, so those are estimates. I usually form them on metal skewers and remove them when cooking since my grill is too small.
I was taught this by local chefs just recently in a cooking class. This recipe is very simple to follow and tastes amazing! You can either make it as the full steak covered in pastry and cut into individual slices, or serve as individual steaks.
I used to love going to this place called Wasabi and they had the best Chicken Katsu. This is the closest recipe to it. It is not majority reduced, but better than it was. You can also add some dried garlic or onion powder to the mix.The fry comes out perfectly crispy!
I have revamped this a number of time and finally came up with the perfect recipe. The picture up does not do it justice and next time I make it I will post a better photo. You can make this either on a stove top or crock pot. I like the crock because the meat comes out even more tender.