I recall eating these as a child. I was looking for a recipe to use 2 blocks of cream cheese & came across these. This is my version, lightened up. We really enjoyed it & didn't miss the butter or the extra sugar one bit. I hope you enjoy them too!
From Cooking Light December 2007. Don't let the mix of spices fool you, this one is a keeper. The smell and flavor is amazing. Definitely a restaurant quality dish. The spinach... I just found a new favorite way to prepare fresh cooked spinach. I hope you enjoy as much as I did! Served with garlic mashed potatoes. Note: I forgot to add the fresh cilantro; looking forward to making this again and tasting it with the cilantro garnish.
Modified recipe from Quick From Scratch Fish & Shellfish, Food & Wine
JANUARY 1997. You can totally "cheat" on this recipe and use instant mashed potatoes (buttery or garlic are nice, just omit the garlic if you're using garlic mashed potatoes.) The cooking times were perfect and the dish came together quickly.
Inspired from Southern Food, these are quick prep and smell phenomenal while baking. It's a great way to use up the bounty of peppers from the summer garden. I increased the herbs, onion and garlic from the original recipe since it seemed to be lacking some flavor. This is a family favorite, which freezes well. I'm sure you'll enjoy it as much as we do!
In our house, this cornbread doesn't last but a minute. The recipe origninally came off the label of a bag of Baltic Mills Corn Meal. It's a very quick, totally from scratch recipe that I love to make to accompany a hearty bowl of chili, black bean soup, gumbo or jambalya. Its slight sweetness is a nice contrast to the the saltiness of a soup or stew. Great served warm with real butter and a drizzle of honey or just by itself, enjoy!
This is a "from memory" version of a recipe I came across (and subsequently added to) from the back of a box of frozen perogies.
It's certainly a comfort food and is quick to prepare and full of taste.
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