I was surprised that this wasn't already posted. With canning season coming on, it is one a lot of people will enjoy making (and eating :-P ). These little cubes pack a spicy,(not hot spicy just spicy) sweet and tangy punch and are much loved in the south as a condiment with heavier meats.
This recipe assumes knowledge of safe canning methods. Cooking time is also sitting time.
I got this recipe yesterday from a recipe group and made it last night. The original recipe called for Jack cheese (and only half the amount), low fat milk, no garlic or onion or Parmesan and used white bread. I played with it and this is what I came up with. It turned out quite nicely as a side dish to Lamb chops but I imagine it would also make a lovely vegetarian main dish served with a salad on the side.
A tasty little cookie that comes from the about.com site. I have made this once (today actually lol) and used semi sweet chocolate and added a teaspoon of orange extract....very very good. Prep time includes chilling time for dough.
A very rich and chocolaty muffin, this is perfect with a cup of hot tea or coffee or as a snack. I use semi-sweet chips myself because the milk chocolate makes for a very sweet muffin; just sub a bag of semi sweet chips.
Another from the Nestle website promoting their new bittersweet chips. I made these for Christmas and even my non shortbread loving daughter loved these. They are rich and chocolaty yet with a bit of spice to them. (Excuse the weird flour measurements if it still looks funky... zaar was being ornery and not posting the two cups as a number; kept putting zero)
This is a decadent biscotti. The recipe comes from the Nestle company to promote their new "chocolatier" chips but any bittersweet chocolate could be subbed. These are rich and chocolate heaven. I have made them a couple of times the directed way and now plan to try different flavorings such as chocolate/orange...yum! This is not a difficult recipe at all.
Ok so maybe not WORLD famous...
This is a different version of egg salad. Similar in all the ways that count but with some ingredients that give it a different flavor and a fair amount of bite. Try it.... you'll like it :-) it can be cut in half easily if this is too much for your needs. I got this recipe from a recipe group I subscribe to.
This is a truly luscious mac & cheese. It takes a little longer than just tossing everything together but it is well worth it. DON'T skip the "reducing" step or it turns out way too runny. This is NOT a lo-cal mac&cheese hehe
Posting this for ZWT 2006 (French, Cajun & Creole region). I absolutely love red beans & rice though I make it my own weird way and when I found this recipe, I had to try it. I played with the spices some as it was rather bland the original way. I serve this kind of gumbo style with a scoop of cooked rice put into the bowls before I add the soup.
This is a great way to add a different taste to your BBQ ribs while still having that sticky sweet sauce everyone loves. This uses fantastic Midwest raised pork along with Lemons from lovely Florida or California to make a dish you won't soon forget.