I usually have a lot of eggs around the house for breakfasts and baking. This was easy to cook (I could do something else while it was baking), tasted great and filled me up. Couscous or some thickener might help with the wateryness after removal from the oven, though if you let it sit, that goes away a little.
Once upon a time I swear I had a honey bourbon chicken wing recipe in this cookbook, but I seem to have lost it, so I had to make it up again as best as I could remember. Needed a BBQ meat dish for a Christmas do and thought this would be a good treat.
Prep time doesn't include marinade time or final cooking time!
Well, there isn't any sour cream in this cake, I used lowfat yogurt instead, but the original recipe that I adapted did use it (Mennonite cookbook, Sour Cream cake). Use any fruit you like. I had lots of cherries.
I adapted this recipe from an old family cookbook, The Mennonite Community Cookbook. I swapped sugar for splenda and white flour for wheat. I wanted a cookie I could eat without sending my blood sugar on a rollercoaster ride.
I made this up one day when I was feeling lazy, and I was very pleased with the result. This is a twist on an easy meatloaf. The vegetables and tabasco add a nice flavor. I originally used turkey in this recipe, but I imagine that any ground meat would work.
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