A recipe based on Lorna Sass' excellent Tamed Pork Vindaloo with Spinach and Potatoes. I've made changes to make it lower calorie and lower protein. This can also be made in a crock pot, cooked on high for at least 8 hours.
I found this in a search for a crispbread recipe to duplicate Kavli Crispy Onion crispbread. As of today (3/11/05), I've not made it, but I'll be rectifying that very soon! This is not my recipe - I found it at a British "downsizing" forum, and all the credit goes to the wonderful Julie!
A quick improvised recipe for a weeknight dinner. Feel free to leave out the ranch dressing packet and add your own spices. I'd recommend onion powder, garlic powder, salt, pepper, paprika, celery seed, dried parsley and dried dill - about a teaspoon each of the spices and a dash of salt and pepper to taste.
Use this recipe as a filling for tacos, burritos or even enchiladas. Add more or less chili powder depending on your family's tastes. This recipe is in the mild/medium range, and is suitable for children.
This is my variation on all the bean salads out there. I found using salad oil and white vinegar to be too bland for my tastes, yet I didn't want a complicated salad full of herbs. This is my creation! This recipe is suitable for diabetics or low-carbers if you use the Splenda. There is no discernable taste difference between using Splenda or using sugar. I hope everyone who tries it enjoys it.
This is my mom's classic mayo cake recipe, with a twist! She made it without my secret ingredient for my brother's birthday every year as we were growing up. It is now our family's favorite cake for any celebration.
This is an easy quiche using ingredients most of us have on hand. You can substitute your favorite cheeses and smoked meats (like ham or sausage) for the cheese and bacon in this recipe. Feel free to add mushrooms, spinach or whatever you like. Just be sure to precook it!
This recipe was inspired by bdyashana's Special Ingredient Chicken Enchiladas #61634. I made so many alterations to her recipe, I thought I should just post a new one! But the cinnamon is her idea, and boy is it a good one! Also, poaching the chicken in a flavored broth is from her recipe. I couldn't waste all that broth, so I decided to cook it down and use it! Since so many chicken enchilada recipes call for cream soup, I thought I'd make it creamy with the milk/flour slurry. Turned out awesome!
I came up with this recipe off the top of my head one night when I didn't know what else to cook. It's a pan Indian-Morrocan-Carribean-Florida thingy. Don't you just love fusion food? Fancy word for open the cupboard and cook with what falls out!
This is the world's best pancake recipe. It comes from the "American Woman's Cookbook", circa 1938, revised 1970. I learned to make these because my mother's pancakes sank like lead in your stomach. These float like air! I like to serve these with jam instead of syrup.
I made this recipe for my developmentally delayed daughter to help her gain weight as an infant. It has been approved by her pediatrician and nutritionist. Please ask your child's doctor's before using it as a replacement for pediasure, though. (Editing to add: please don't use the honey if your baby is under 12 months, or has immune system problems. Use the corn syrup instead.)
I came up with this recipe because mom likes "soup food", and I get bored with it. Opened the cupboard and fridge and thought blue cheese and nutmeg sounded like they might work together. It sounds weird, but it tastes really good! The blue cheese adds just a little bit of tanginess to contrast with the sweetness from the nutmeg and garam masla (I used a store bought blend from McCormick - how authentic, who knows, but it tastes good!). I also used a cast iron skillet, which browns the meat very well.
My friend Kevin made this one night for his own dinner. About 5 or 6 people then wandered into his house around dinnertime and demanded "just a taste". Kevin had to go to McDonald's because we ate all his supper! Although I am not a fan of soup food in general, this is one of the best incarnations of the genre I have ever seen! Bring on the can opener and enjoy!