I'm not sure where my brother got this recipe, but it is packed full of flavor and worthy of restaurants. My brother uses freeze dried herbs in this recipe, but I would assume fresh herbs would be just as wonderful. This olive oil dip is perfect for any crusty type artisan bread. Hope you enjoy!
This recipe is adapted from a Pampered Chef recipe out of their 2004 Spring / Summer "Season's Best" cookbook. The original recipe calls for iceburg lettuce, tomatoes and green bell peppers, but I have made some changes to adapt for our family's taste. This is a great base start and the combination possabilities are endless.
These are a family tradition at holiday parties, but they are also a great addition to your feast during the big game. These can be made ahead of time and frozen. Serve them fresh or when your ready for them, just heat them up in the oven.
Fire up the grill or campfire! These are a staples for our weekend camping excursion trips. We found the basic recipe on Betty Crocker's website then just added to it. I suppose these could be made in the oven, but for some reason they just taste better over a fire. The ingredients here do not need to be exact since you may want to layer your nachos with more or less toppings. This is just the basic start.
This recipie was inspired by #269690 with alterations to our family's taste. My husband and I made this for some friends while on vacation and it was a huge hit, even with all the children ranging from 8 to 18. I hope everyone enjoys it as much as we do. This is a very popular request for meals at our house.
This dish was inspired by a dinner at a golf country club. The menu was a "create your own" pasta bar and this recipe is the closest I can come to replicating that dish. Serve with some warm garlic toast and a salad.
Ever crave those restaurant style chicken fingers? Why pay restaurant prices for one serving when you could pay the same price for an entire meal. You'll have to vary the spices to your taste. The spices listed is how we makes these at home. Serve with buffalo wing sauce, honey mustard or BBQ sauce for dipping.
My grandmother made a version of this when I was a kid. I loved the recipe, then the DH added a few spices. It's still just as good as I remember growing up. Hope your family enjoys it as well. I'm guessing at the the box size since I don't have it in front of me, but it's the standard size box. You can also use fresh herbs if they are available.
I got this recipe from my aunt-in-law.. if that exists. This is so easy to put together and even better to serve. Perfect when entertaining guests since you can start it ahead of time. Let it cook while you enjoy the comapny of your guests. We also make this on weekends so we have leftovers for the week days (as we are dual working parents).
My teenage daughter found the recipe in the "Teens Cook" cookbook. She made it for dessert one evening and this was simply delicious. The only change I made from the original recipe was to add cinnamon (personal preference). Hope everyone enjoys!