Posted for Zaar World Tour II, this traditional Chilean treat is from Eliana Parra's Aunt Rose and Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant. These empanadas may also be simply made using your favorite flavor of canned pie filling.
Posted for Zaar World Tour II, this simple Chilean dish is from Eliana Parra and Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant. Serve it with Salsa De Cilantro (Pebre) Recipe #169978 and, even though the recipe does not call for it, top it with your favorite grated cheese.
Rye bread is a hearty staple in German homes. This recipe makes a delicious rustic loaf with a thick, crunchy crust and soft, flavorsome interior. I've given easy directions for making it using a KitchenAid stand mixer. Adapted from a recipe by Sunset Breads (1995)
Delicious chocolate crepes with cherry filling make a lovely, romantic dessert that would be perfect for Valentine's Day. They could also be served as part of an elegant breakfast-in-bed or brunch. Enjoy!
A chef from Biaggi's Italian Restaurant in Salt Lake City demonstrated his method for making this entree on a cooking segment of the local television news. Biaggi's menu states: Grilled chicken, bowtie pasta, roasted peppers, crispy Italian cured ham, sautéed red onions and peas tossed in our Alfredo sauce with asiago cheese. I can't wait to try this yummy dish!
This beloved recipe, which has been in my family for decades, is great for making authentic English-Style Fish & Chips. It also makes excellent onion rings or zucchini squash "half-moons." Be sure and plan your fish fry in advance as this batter requires a few hours refrigeration.
A recipe for a light and airy cheesecake that I've been wanting to try for a very long time. From the New York City Marathon Cookbook and submitted for Zaar World Tour II. Update 10.18.06: Amount of salt reduced and recipe instructions reworded.
Not an "authentic" Swiss truffle in that it lacks fresh cream, but a very easy and inexpensive treat that even small children would enjoy making with adult supervision. Plan for four hours refrigeration time. Recipe adapted from Extending The Table: A World Community Cookbook (1991) and submitted for Zaar World Tour II.
Very tasty enchiladas and a great way to use up three-quarters of a pound of chicken or half-used can of black beans. My husband, who is quite vocal about his disdain of chicken, gets real quiet and goes back for seconds whenever I make these!
This tasty sauce may be used to marinate chicken, lean beef strips, or flank steak overnight. It may be used to marinate fish for one hour. Try it also as a basting sauce for chicken or fish. From The Low Cholesterol Olive Oil Cookbook and posted for Zaar World Tour II.
A refreshing "salad soup" for those hot summer days. Plan ahead as it requires at least two hours refrigeration. Based upon a recipe (that I've not yet tried) from The Low Cholesterol Live Oil Cookbook and submitted for Zaar World Tour II.
Quinoa, pronounced "keenwa," quadruples in size when cooked yet stays crunchy and nutty. This recipe (which I've not tried) adds a variety of colors of bell pepper to the quinoa for the effect of confetti. From Laurel's Kitchen Cookbook and submitted for Zaar World Tour II.