Have to be some place and no time to cook?
Too tired to cook after a long day?
Just don't want to cook?
Well then this is for you!
7 minutes or less from start to finish from fridge to plate!
So easy to fix, just add chips if you like!
I added fresh snipped chives but that's optional.
Add what ever you want but keep in mind that could possibly change cook time.
Can stove top or microwave.
Stove top directions are below.
I found this in the news paper in 2004.
Haven't tried it myself but thought you might like it.
Prep time does not include vegetable cleaning and cutting time.
That will depend on how many vegetables you do and what kind.
You know how you always have to mix a few spices together to sprinkle over the top of some desserts? Well this one is my creation.
I use it on pies, crisps, cookies, certain cakes, sweet potatoes, ham, and what ever else I decide to use it on. I just keep it in a little shaker bottle and small bowl.
These are fantastic on a steak or top a baked potatoes with them.
We never have steak without these!
You can use fresh or canned!
All seasonings are by taste; I think this is the perfect blend but you adjust to your own.
I found this recipe when I was looking for this recipe or one close to it.
I tried this at Subway and really liked it.
Subway always uses light Mayo. In this recipe the salt and pepper are optional.
Use more or less mayo to suit your own taste and the same with the fruits.
I like to add a few more fruits.
There is no cook time unless you are cooking your chicken for this recipe.
I use left over or canned.
I got this recipe from a friend long ago.
It's very tasty and easy to make.
I find it a nice change from the typical vinegar and sugar.
Peel or not to peel cucumbers is your choice.
No cook time.
I use light taste and color olive oil.
I never thought that I would enjoy fruit teas as much as do until I had a glass of raspberry iced tea.
Refreshing and delicious.
I tried several ways and then this way.
The blend is not too strong or weak, and not too sweet.
Although if you want to you could add more sugar if you like.
This is just so simple and versatile. You can put anything in it you like.
Make more to go with it or not. DH and I like it just this way because it can be filling depending on what you put in it.
Seasonings are to your taste. I change them all the time depending on what I add to these. The more servings you need, you can add extra of any of the ingredients. This is also a budget stretcher.
Cooking time does not include adding more than ingredients listed.
If you use meat, be sure to precook it first and drain.
I don't recall which magazine I got this from.
This recipe has a nice flavor, not over powering, but a nice mild flavor.
Serve with a nice crusty bread and maybe a light salad.
The recipe actually calls for noodles but I discovered I was out so I used bow tie pasta. Any pasta will do.
These are just like cheeseburgers except they are served in taco shells.
For Diehard cheeseburger fans, you can still add your pickle!
This is also fun for tailgating parties!
I used all Old El Paso Brand for this recipe.
I got this recipe from an Old El Paso Cookbook.
Looking back in my book I found another good one from "Taste of Home Quick Cooking".
I don't own parfait glasses so I use half pint canning jars instead; besides it comes with its own lid.
This recipe will be very versatile in that you can change to most any flavor of pie filling. These would be great in the summer and there is no cooking so it won't heat the house!