this recipe was given to me by a Chef in Charleston SC. You can make this with corn, clams, just potatoes, or even shrimp if you want! you could use roasted corn, frozen corn, canned corn. if you use shrimp you might want to saute them off a little first. if you use something other than clams for this recipe you will need to increase the water since you wont be using clam juice.
For those of us who eat grits! This is a great way to use up left over grits for the next day! We all know once they are cold we toss them so why not make a casserole for the next day! And using cheese grits only adds to the cheesey flavor!
This is great for vacations at the beach!
A seasoning mix for steaks or to spinkle on beef ribs or hamburgers too! Pretty SPICY, so if you ar a weakling when it mes to spicy food reduce the cayenne or eliminate altogether
Great for pork, fish, seafood and chicken!
this was the first quiche I ever ate or made all in one. In fact I posted this and the picture right after consuming 2 slices! I would have added mushrooms and spinach if I had them but this was yummy just like this.
This is my variation of clearing out the fridge with what I had and it turned out great. The prepping time includes the soaking of the beans overnight, you can cut this down by using canned cannoli beans.
I just love the acini di pepe pasta, its so TINY and really makes the soup
This is a great way to take a small amount of ingredients and really stretching it to feed several people! Serve with some crusty bread and maybe a salad and a nice glass of wine!
This is a sausage omlet for many made all at once! GREAT for summertime vacation! Just mix, set and go to bed! I use the sundried tomatoes since it will rehydrate during cooking. you can use fresh but recommend waiting until serving to top each serving with fresh room temperature diced tomatoes.
You can use other meats if you wish, use some leftover ham, or crispy fried bacon. cooked turkey sausage. Add fresh sliced mushrooms or diced bell peppers! or how about a minced jalapeno! what ever you like in your omlet the choices are yours- just make sure any meats are already cooked.
a very kid friendly breakfast. served along side of some fresh fruit and toast, english muffin, biscuit or a bagel you have the perfect way to start your day.
Instead of the ham slice you can crumble up a pre-cooked turkey sausage, regular sausage, crispy bacon (or real bacon bits! if in a real pinch!) This is a real easy way to please the kids or adults and its CHEAP!