I came up with this healthier alternative to burgers which highlights the flavor of fresh tarragon - the bread and milk "panade" helps keep the meat moist and flavorful so you can be sure to cook the lean turkey completely. These burgers are wonderful topped with fresh leafy lettuce and served on a soft roll (we loved Recipe #135870). A spoonful of bearnaise sauce (like Recipe #269347), while not doing much for the calorie-count, makes an amazing condiment!
I've been using this yeast bread recipe for nearly 20 years - I think it originally came from a package of flour. I've "tweeked" it quite a bit from the original, and now this bread is great, in that it calls for no added fat (other than what you use to oil the bowl for rising); it's just flour, water, sugar, salt and yeast. Makes 2 loaves - let one get slightly stale, and it makes the best French toast ever!
Marinated pork chops with a creamy, tangy southwest-flavored sauce, great on the grill! Perfect for a quick weeknight dinner (baste with sauce while cooking) or for Once A Month Cooking (chops are marinated before cooking)!
I found a great deal on asparagus at the public market, so, in my search for recipes to use 10 pounds of asparagus (!), I've found several variations of asparagus risotto. This one is adapted from a combination of several different ideas. . . an asparagus puree helps capture the subtle flavor, and the tender tips are added in right before serving.
If you prepare your ingredients ahead of time (mis en place), this will go together very quickly and easily. Ideal with a fresh crusty bread and a crisp white wine - I recommend an Italian pinot grigio.
This idea came from a Chicken Canneloni recipe that we tried and enjoyed (#113305). I thought the sauce would make an excellent base for a soup, and it really does! Also very good reheated. Times are estimated - I was paying more attention to ingredients than time!
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