This vegetarian-friendly Buffalo "wings" dish is a guilt-free delicious snack, appetizer or side! Serve it with ranch dip and some fresh carrots and celery. It's a slightly modified Rachael Ray recipe. Enjoy!
Quick, tasty, delicious! This BHG recipe was originally listed with Recipe #492573 but would be great with pretty much anything. A friend of mine recommended freezing big dollops of whipped cream to have them handy for hot drinks. Enjoy!
If you like hot chocolate, give this a shot! It's smokey, spicy, sweet and rich. SO good!!! You will need to chill the mixture for up to 24 hours before to let the flavours meld. This is a BHG recipe and was listed with Recipe #492574. Enjoy!
This recipe mixes nuts with the wonderful and warm flavours of the holiday season. Super easy, super quick - a perfect hostess gift. If you want to add more nuts, you can. They'll just have less of the coating. Enjoy!
Caprese salad is one of my favourites - it's so simple and celebrates great, fresh ingredients. I wanted to use chicken and had the ingredients for caprese salad so I decided to mix the two! It makes its own wonderful sauce, just using a few ingredients. We had this chicken dish with some simple buttered pasta. Enjoy!
Did you know that vanilla is the second most expensive spice after saffron? That's what I just read anyway! After chatting with a lady at the spice store, I came up with something to do with the vanilla pods, after you scrape out all of the yummy seeds. No need to waste the flavour that the pods hold. Use this in coffee, sprinkle on top of whipped cream, etc. This would be a beautiful gift in an attractive glass jar. I did not include the 1+ week sitting time. Enjoy!
My boys go back to school tomorrow and I wanted to be prepared by having some food that they can grab on their way out. This is what I ended up with and they are moist and really good! My boys are teens so I made this recipe for the great big muffins, but adjust the time and amounts and you can make smaller ones. Also, you can exclude the raisins and replace them with nuts if you prefer. Enjoy!
The word "scramble" makes you think of eggs, but there are none in this! All over India, there are versions of this dish. With this amount of chilli powder, it is supposed to be very spicy! If you don't like a lot of heat or spice, start with a small amount and add more at the end. I got this from an Indian recipe website. Enjoy!
I enjoy Momaphet's Recipe #234424 but I was out most of the day. I made this into a crock pot dish so I wouldn't have to watch it and it wouldn't overcook! It turned out very moist and flavourful and the mix of herbs was great! PLEASE NOTE - you do not need to brown the chicken or make the gravy - but the extra touches are darn good! I am thrilled to have a crock pot that has a thermometer and just keeps the meat warm when it's fully cooked. It comes in very handy! Made for ZWT8, Enjoy!
The beet, better known as the beetroot down under, is very popular in Australia. This versatile beet salsa turns burgers and fish into something quite special! This recipe is from an Australian recipe website. Enjoy!
Damper is a quick bread that is fabulous with a barbecue! Damper was traditionally made in a cast-iron pot with a lid, called a "camp oven". The entire pot was either covered in hot wood coals or the camp oven was placed in a hole in the ground and surrounded with hot wood coals. It was usually served with tea made in a billy over the camp fire. Damper was originally made with plain flour, salt and water. Adding butter and self-raising flour came later on and gives a much tastier result. I got this recipe from Taste, an Australian website. Enjoy!
One of Australia's greatest cookery contributions, shell-on prawns cook quickly and stay succulent on the barbecue. Try this garlicky and delicious recipe and you'll understand why the shrimp is so good on the barbie! Add 30 minutes on for marinating time. This recipe is from John Torode. Enjoy!
I just love watching reality cooking shows and one of my favourites is a British show called "Come Dine With Me". So many times they have made this dessert called syllabub and I've always wanted to know how. Please note that there is a healthy option listed as the last step. This recipe is from a British cooking magazine. Enjoy!
There looks like a lot of ingredients but most of them are common spices. Serve this Indian spiced bird with basmati rice, spicy roasted potatoes and some greens or an Indian-style coleslaw for an alternative roast dinner. Please add on an hour for marinating time. This recipe is by Sarah Cook. Enjoy!