Nice meal for a romantic evening date night. Or a elegant appetizer for a dinner party, especially if you can fine some nice scallop shells to bake and serve them in. You can prepare them earlier in the day and refrigerate until ready to bake (without topping) and then top and bake when needed.
Great as a appetizer! a little different but still all good. This is one of those recipes to use with the old timey electric woks that were so popular in the early 90's! That is where is developed from cause some nights in my early marrage then it was just easier to break out the wok than dirty up the stove and a bunch of pots etc.
My mother and sister took a cake decorating class at a local college when i was young (boy i loved eating their homework!). this was a recipe that my mother had in her file after i moved out and came back home for a visit and decided to go through her recipe box for family recipes- this was in there and i don't know the origination of it.
These are great kids items to eat and make. Great for a slumber party morning or a camping trip. So easy and so versatile to get exactly what you want in your pocket! instead of ham use turkey, bacon or sausage. try some sauteed onion or mushrooms for a omelet type pocket. Instead of cheese add sausage gravy with your sausage! You pick your stuffing-- just keep total ingredients to 2 T of fillings to prevent over stuffing.
As a child i remember picking blackberries in the lot next to our summer house at the lake and washing them putting some in a bowl sprinkle with a little sugar and yummy they were so good and mom would make cobbler for dinner with the other ones we picked. let me tell ya that wild grown blackberries are much better than those you buy in the store.
This is a great way to add vegies to your OAMC! Use this basic recipe for any kind of greens collard, mustard, turnip or kale! Greens cook down to NOTHING if you think you have enough buy one more! If you hate the STINK of cooking greens try this little trick add several WHOLE pecans in the shell to the pot the entire time it cooks- it does help cut down the smell. simple throw away when ready to eat!
Adapted this one night to use a basting sauce from a large grinder of Weber Grill Creations Kick'n Chicken Seasoning mix. And it was a huge hit! Citrus and spice VERY NICE!! I will add fresh crushed garlic next time!
if you can come up with a better description name let me know. I eat this all the time at my favorite resturant. It is light and GREAT--- I eat it with mashed potaotes perfectly seasoned and steamed fresh green beans. Wish I had tried to make it a long time ago!
A nice flavor for a lighter meal. Wonderful with grilled veggies and maybe some brown rice. Perfect for a summer cookout. Dump it all in a freeezer bag and freeze, while it thaws it will marinate itself. And then make half of the marinade to baste with if desired.
This is made in 15 minutes and so great! the vegies you add are up to you and will need to add cooking time for those. Add Fresh or sundried tomatoes, asparagus, brocolli, peas.. whatever you want. This is for last minute meals and need to stretch the budget but not the waist line.
This is a great alternative to just having crab with drawn butter. You
could use the snow crab typical to resaurants- not recommended. You
should use the JUMBO Alaskan king Crab- typically very expensive but one
whole leg is for one person. Sam's wholesale has some medium size that
work well for about $17 for a 2lb bag.
This dish can stretch 2 rib eye steaks to feed 4 people. Made it from my best memory of Japanese Steak house with my own flair thrown in. I served this with hash brown casserole the family loved it. Doesn't take long to make at all!