This soup is the best! My mom owns a catering business and her chef makes this for the cafe. Flavorful and hearty, even has a bit of a kick to it. Serve with warm crusty bread...a great meal on a fall/winter day.
I love stuffed cabbage rolls but don't have the time or patience to stuff them. I usually make a casserole version in the oven but after fooling around with a few recipes I had on hand, I found this way much quicker and just as tasty. Makes a great busy weeknight dinner. I like to serve this with some warm bread or dinner rolls. I also like to make the rice with a recipe posted by Jan S, #53546 Perfect rice every time we cook it!
Delicious! Presented at Taste of Home's Cooking Show. A very easy and quick stove top dinner. With the nice color presentation and the great flavor of this dish, it could easily be served for dinner party as well.
I like this recipe because it's quick, authentic tasting and incoporates fresh veggies in the sauce; my picky 10 y/o scarfed this up and didn't bat an eye at the finely chopped veggies in sauce. A nice, quick sauce that doesn't have to cook for a long period of time which is perfect for weeknight dinners. I served this over Barilla pasta Linguine Fini, but any pasta will do. This recipe is courtesy of Food Network Magazine w/some of my own adaptions.
Cool, light and refreshing. With springtime here and summer just around the corner, it can be served at showers, brunch or picnics. Low fat with alteration of ingredients. Cooking time includes the setting of jello and pudding.
This spread makes a great appetizer for any get-together, shower, brunch, party, etc. Also makes a healthy snack for kids or a nice spread for your morning bagel, toast or English Muffin. For parties or kids snacks, serve this with shortbread cookies, graham crackers or graham sticks.
This is a perfect fall holiday dessert that looks wonderful in the trifle bowl. Don't let the ingredients/steps scare you! All ingredients are canned, boxed, cartoned; you just need to buy it and combine it! One hour to prepare and the results are gratifying! This is so easy; I made this for my in-laws Thanksgiving dinner when I was dating my husband; during that time period I had no kitchen skills whatsoever. Very easy! Prep time does not include cooling/chilling times. This recipe is from Taste of Home Magazine, the October/November 1999 edition.
Not sure where she got this but my Aunt Joanie, who is on WW, makes this for a mid-morning snack and says it's filling. It's 2.5 points per 8 oz serving; recipe will make 2 servings. You can use any type of frozen fruit but she likes to use blueberries, because of the antioxidents. Enjoy!
These are similar to a sloppy joe or a cheeseburger and this recipe is written specifically to make ahead and freeze until you want them. Kid friendly, works great for busy weeknights served aside some french fries or tater tots. This recipe has been in my family for years; came from my Aunt Weezie out in Indiana.
A very tasty and easy dinner in less than an hour. I found this in a Southern Living cookbook and thought it was worth passing on. I served this with Uncle Ben's Garlic and Butter rice and a vegetable.
This is courtesy of the Hidden Valley Original Ranch Salad Dressing & Seasoning Mix Contest hosted at our local fair last week. This was the first place winning recipe. With the holidays around the corner, I thought it was a perfect time to post. This is always a huge hit and I always get asked for the recipe....it is sooo easy and very flavorful; you don't really need gravy over these potatoes. When I double this for a larger crowd, this fits nicely in a 13x9 casserole dish.
Very sweet and chewy. I got this recipe from the recent March/April 2002 "Taste of Home Quick Cooking" magazine. I made it for Easter dessert. I did double the batch and it filled my trifle bowl to the top.
"Cabbage Soup Diet" many trips to the bathroom, but you can lose weight on this. I have the entire 7 day diet plan for this posted here in the Special Diets Forum in the Talk Area of Recipezaar: http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=12206
Lots of peppers, tender beef and tomatoes stir fried in a delicious brown ginger/garlic/soy sauce. I love to serve this over some Jasmine rice. It's a family favorite passed along from my aunt. I think it tastes even better than take out! Perfect easy weeknight dish to prep, cook and on table in 30 minutes.