The only reason I added the word "Cookie" to the title of this recipe was because I took them to a cookie exchange. I guess, legitimately, they're a snack. Picky! Picky! Just consider them "GOOD"! Most of the "prep" time is unwrapping the Rolos.
I make this throughout the year, but always use cider instead of apple juice in the fall. Recipe came from "Mr Food Cooks Like Mama". I usually cut back a tad on the soy sauce and I don't always thicken the juice with cornstarch. It's a nice twist to just baking a turkey breast. Servings is estimated. Cook time is rounded off. Hope you enjoy!
This is a different, outstanding appetizer. They always disappear fast when served. Original recipe is from the Sharp Carousel Recipe Book which came with my first microwave. I've made them in other carousel microwaves also. The time to cook is actually 5 - 9 minutes depending on your microwave's power. Just watch them cook the first time for the light browning and you'll do fine. Prep/Cook time does not include marinating time. Hope you enjoy!
Our Annual Kentucky Derby party has some participants who can't drink alcohol (medical reasons), or don't like the taste of bourbon (in Mint Juleps). This recipe solved our problem. It was slightly adapted for easier transport from the recipe at www.mixed-drink.com. Now everyone (Mint Julep and Kentucky Derby drinkers) can toast the start of the race together. It's a different taste, but refreshing. Cook time is standing time. Prep time includes squeezing the lemons. Servings is estimated. Hope you enjoy!
I love fresh asparagus! I've had this recipe so long - I'm not sure where it originated. The lemon, tarragon and butter really enhance the flavor. You can leave out the butter and still have a great tasting dish. Thyme can be substituted for the tarragon with excellent results. Hope you enjoy!
What to do with 3 Macintosh apples? That was the question. This recipe is the answer. It's quick, simple and comforting. It's a combination of many recipes. Warning: When taken out of the oven - it was bubbling at the top of the 1 quart casserole. It didn't overflow - but it wanted to. If you use a larger casserole - you may want to increase ingredients.
This is a fast, easy, delicious, prepackaged ingredients recipe. Purists will want to make their own flan, pudding, jelly, etc. NOT ME! It looks impressive and is a cinch to make. Recipe came from one of those paperback recipe booklets sold in the checkout line. Prep time is estimated - so is servings. The scrumtialiciousness of the recipe is accurate :)
Wonderful in a sandwich, as an appetiser (served with crackers/cocktail bread), or just eaten as a salad. It's an original recipe I've been making for years. Prep time is estimated. The egg was already hardboiled :) Cook time is fridge time. Yield is @ 4 hardy sandwiches, @ 40 appetisers or @ 3 good sized salads
Easy! Easy! Easy! Add the word "Delicious" and you've described this recipe. The recipe is so old - I have no idea where it came from. Served it at a small dinner party for 6 people. Served with a nice Merlot. It was a huge it! AND it's Easy! Easy! Easy! I was able to work around the house while it was simmering away on the stove. Did I mention it was Easy?
Posted in response to a request. This is my favorite dish to make with leftover turkey. (Can also use chicken.) The name says "Salad", but it's more of a casserole. Recipe has been in the family for years. Hope you try it and enjoy!
I needed an appetiser that was easy to transport and used leftover roast beef. Searched zaar and found papergoddess' Beef & Onion Wraps. Tweaked it for our taste, added additional ingredients and came up with this. They were inhaled. You could substitute deli roast beef or prepackaged beef lunchmeat if you don't have leftovers. Cook time is refrigerator time.
Steam does not come out of your ears! Your sinuses do not open in a flood! (just a little clearing :)) And say goodbye to Heartburn! It's a definite comfort food for a cold Autumn or Winter's day. It's the chili recipe I grew up with. I know many think the spicier the better. I guess I'm just not one of those people. Too much spice and I reach for Tums :( BTW In my opinion, the V-8 juice is the better choice.
This was my favorite Sloppy Joes recipe growing up and its still my favorite :) Don't be thrown by the Chicken Gumbo Soup (cause it WORKS!) I'm not sure where the recipe originated - maybe the Campbell Soup Company? Prep time and servings are estimated
I love this dish! And that's saying a lot since there is no meat in it :) Makes a hearty meal. Original recipe found in "Land O Lakes Occasionally Vegetarian Recipe Collection". Even though it's from Land O Lakes, don't look for butter in this recipe - it's not there
As you can see from the title this was my Mom's recipe. It makes a wonderful sauce that even kids like. We used to scrape the dish to get the last little bit of it on our chops. I always wondered what would happen if you doubled the sauce ingredients and tossed in a little bit of rice. If you try it, please let me know:)
Recipe came from "Mr Food's Fun Kitchen Tips and Shortcuts (and Recipes, Too!). It tastes fantastic, but I felt it needed some color. The red or green bell peppers were my addition. Feel free to add something colorful of your own! Prep time does not include boiling/cooling the noodles.
Posted per a request. Cannercarol, at an extinct canning website, gave this recipe to me when I was trying to duplicate one I had tasted years ago. It's great on bran muffins (don't laugh), crackers, biscuits (and now I want to try it on scones). Prep time and cook time are estimated. Does not include time in boiling bath or standing time
I serve this at room temperature as a side dish for ham. Any leftovers are eaten (cold) with cottage cheese or by themselves. The recipe can be easily doubled. I don't remember the name of the cookbook it came from, but it was replicating dishes from colonial America. (Did canned peaches existed at that time?) :) Don't let the vinegar throw you, the flavors blend smoothly.