I know tons of people that make this for parties and get-togethers and they are always a hit because they are so good and easy! I wanted to make this to, so between internet searching and my sister-in-law this is what I came up with. My sister-in-law said she adds water but I like the sauce to be thicker, so this can be up to you. Since it is going into the slow cooker, it is going to loosen up as it cooks anyways. Note: Everything will fit into a 2 quart slow cooker.
I found this recipe on allrecipes.com and I have modified a few ingredients. This is a very simple beef stroganoff made with cream cheese instead of sour cream. This recipe calls for condensed golden mushroom soup. You can use cream of mushroom soup but it lacks the flavor, consistency and color of the golden mushroom soup. Also, a 7 oz can of sliced mushrooms can be substituted for the fresh mushrooms. Leftovers are even better the next day!
Very easy, yummy, and inexpensive. Found this in the, "Simple 1-2-3 Cookbook." If you want to make the sauce thicker, you can blend 1 tablespoon cornstarch and 2 tablespoons water until smooth and stir into cooking liquid when the ketchup, cumin, and salt is added. Hope you guys enjoy this one!
The title says it all. You can use any chicken seasoning, like McCormick Montreal Chicken Spice Grill Mates. I use a chicken barbecue spice rub that is local here. You can also replace the barbecue sauce with a grilling sauce like McCormick Mesquite Grilling Sauce Grill Mates. I just happen to prefer to use what I already have around. One more thing, it is probably best to finish the legs off in a smoker, but of course must of us only have a grill. You can always add wood chips to the grill and get the same effect. Either will do fine!
Easy, delicious, one dish meal. Found in the, "Simple 1-2-3 Slow Cooker," Cookbook. Edited on 6/1/09: Removed Cornstarch from recipe and changed white wine to be added at beginning of cooking after reading reviews.
Very quick and yummy version of enchiladas. Serve with a side of rice. Note: I think I originally found this on Kraft.com and it also called for Cilantro. I have left this ingredient out as hubby & I Really did Not like it in this particular dish.
A French Caribbean-inspired tartar sauce that enhances any seafood and makes a great sandwich topping. This sauce goes particularly well with Cajun Seafood Cakes Recipe #373983. This Creole sauce is also well-paired with chilled shrimp, crayfish, lobster, and grilled calamari. Try it as a dressing for a seafood salad, too. Makes 1 3/4 cups; serving size is per 1/4 cup. Found in, "The Whole Foods Market Cookbook."