This is a simple dish suitable for 2 or 3. Can easily be doubled. Ingredients most of us always have on hand. If you want more spice you can add 1 tablespoon curry powder and 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder. We prefer ours without.
Another recipe from an old 1960's cookbook. I've been making these a couple times a year for 40 years. They are crispy and butter flavoured and so good. Use quick cooking oats. I use the dough hook to mix when it gets too hard for the K beater. Instead of rolling out I find it easier to pat into a 9"x 13" cookie sheet with 1/2" in sides. I use parchment paper. Score into about 1 1/2" pieces and bake. When baked cut along score lines and you have nice square cut cookies.
This recipe is from an old cookbook from about 1960. You can add almond extract or Kirsch to the filling if you like almond flavoring. I usually add about a tablespoon of Kirsch. This makes 2- 9" pies. You could half the recipe.
From Company's Coming cookbook. I've adjusted the recipe for 2 servings. This is a thin sauce but so tasty spooned over the chicken and mashed potatoes. Prep time does not include marinating. Easily doubled.
I was looking for healthy low fat egg free recipes for cookies and found these on a Fitness web site.They don't taste like your usual cookie but there pretty good for something that has no fat and no cholesterol. I used Spenda instead of white sugar as the reviewer sungested.
This is a great recipe to use up that 1/2 cup leftover pumpkin. Good flavour too. Made this today and used 1/2 cup Splenda instead of white sugar. Used whole wheat flour instead of white. Used a 1 1/2 in. cookie scoop and made 32 cookies. These are soft cakelike cookies. Raisins or nuts could be added if desired.
These are delicious, lots of pumpkin flavour. For plump raisins soak in boiling water for about 5 minutes, drain well.I made these today and instead of 3/4 cup oil I used 1/2 cup oil and 1/4 cup apple sauce. I reduced the sugar to 3/4 cup. They are still delicious.
You will never have soggy crusts again if you make your pie like this. You can make this and freeze it for using later. UPDATE: I just finished doing it in the microwave, so much easier than standing over a pot stirring. It took about 15 minutes, stirring after the first 5 min and every couple minutes until thick and clear looking. I added the cornstarch mixture after the first 5 minutes.
This is different than the other oil pastry as this has sugar and skim milk in it. I find it doesn't have the oily taste that some others have. The recipe is from the Ohio State University Medical Center-Popular Fat Controlled Low Cholesterol Recipes. Cook time is estimate depending on what you are making. You can brush egg yolk on bottom crust and prebake for 5 minutes.
This is from Allrecipes and there isn't one like this on zaar.Even my picky DH liked this and I hope you will too. If you use a small cabbage you will have more sauce. It depends on whether you want cabbage with a lot of sauce or not.
This the only recipe I use for everything now. If you live outside Canada your flour may not have the high protein/gluten that our Canadian milled flours have. You may wish to use bread flour. Makes delicious cinnamon buns also.
This is from the Kraft "What's Cooking" magazine. I am going to try this soon as it sounds delicious! Recipe can be easily doubled to accommodate more guests. Since I posted this recipe I have made it and found it very good.