This casserole is of Austrian origin and was brought over by immigants before the turn of the last century. My mother made a simplified version of this recipe for the family (recipe#512343); but, for a special occasion, this recipe is an authentic version.
This was given on the web as the simplest chicken recipe there is and perhaps the easiest as well. As if that isn't enough, you can change the flavoring every time you make it so you'll never get tired of it, either.
For example, you may substitute a combination of herbs for the single herb in the ingredients. Also check the variations for other flavorings. In the comments following this recipe some responders criticized the name of this recipe as being gross, citing the "chicken parts." If you come up with a better name, I hope you'll share it with the rest of us!
Betty Given demonstrates recipes on YouTube. When she demonstrated this recipe she praised it so highly, I had to copy it down. She calls this her go-to recipe and she uses it whenever she takes a meal to a neighbor for whatever reason.
This recipe was submitted to TOH by Taryn Kuebelbeck. These are hearty open-faced sandwiches. Easy-to-prepare cubed steaks are featured in the sandwiches along with spinach, cheese, and tomato. This makes a delicious and hearty lunch or light supper meal.
Even though I have several cookies that are traditional to make for Christmas, every year, I like to try a new cookie. You never know when you'll find a real winner. Last year I found this recipe -- and a winner it is! I had just gotten some fresh crystalized ginger and wanted to use it in an easy recipe. This cookie, which I found at Cooks.com. fits the bill perfectly. It has a hauntingly subtle flavor -- and when you get to a chunk of crystalized ginger, WOW! Deliious!
These are very simple cookies -- simple to make and simple to decorate. Just roll dough into balls, imprint each ball with a fork, and sprinkle with colored sugar. The result is an attractive, melt-in-your-mouth delicious, perfect-for-Christmas cookie you'll be proud to share with friends and family. These cookies are delicate and buttery. It's easy to change the color of the sugars to fit any occasion, too!
This recipe, from Guy Fieri Food, by the Food Network host, really appealed to my imagination. Just imagine an Italian pasta tossed with corned beef, cabbage, and all the rest of the St. Patrick's Day fixin's. Sure, though I won't be trying it till St. Patrick's Day, accordin' to me opinion is it's the best of both worlds!
This is really easy -- fast and only 5 ingredients. It is full of vegetables, chicken and sausage. The recipe comes from Bird's Eye. If you want a less spicy gumbo, substitute a smoked sausage for the Andouille. This gumbo is meant to be served over hot cooked rice for a hearty meal. I haven't made this yet but am posing for easy finding.
Just as the title says, this is easy to prepare; but it tastes just wonderful. My SIL prepared this for us one day and I had to have the recipe. Note that the alcohol in the wine cooks off; this dish is acceptable for children.
These cookies, redolent with the flavors of the season, are crisp and light. I got this recipe from cookingbytheseatofmypants.com but have not made the cookies yet. I put the recipe here so I won't lose it.
The title of this bread says it all!! Not to mention that this is the best new bread I have tried in ages. A moist, rich chocolate bread with nuggets of molten chocolate and the crunch of nuts -- what more could you ask? This recipe came from Savory Sweet Life - Easy Recipes from an Everyday Home Cook (http://savorysweetlife.com).
The brownies that sport this absolutely yummy Peanut Butter Streusel can be either homemade or from a mix; you get to choose your favorite way of making them. Then you just sprinkle this mixture over the batter and wait while it's baking for the first bite. I believe I separated this recipe out from a longer one which included the batter. That's because I'm not one to mix up the batter when I can just open a box. Besides, America's Test Kitchen just printed an article about creating as delicious a fudgy brownie from scratch as you can get from a box. I admit, I do feel vindicated!
If you have a mug that will hold 1-1/2 cups, you can make this delicious ginger-
bread cake mix for a gift for someone special -- or for yourself -- to celebrate the upcoming season. Make up the cake mix and enclose it in a sandwich-size ziplock bag. Place the sealed bag in a mug and present it with the following directions.
This is the way my mother made a very tasty salad for us, mostly in the summertime. We didn't have the English cucumbers that are available now but use them if you wish. The chives grew in our Chicago suburb garden and volunteered every year -- right next to the old fashioned green rhubarb. The tomatoes came from our "Victory Garden" -- anyone remember those? What memories this salad evokes!
With its black beans and corn, this recipe could just as easily have been called Santa Fe Minestrone. But whatever you call it, it is a sensational soup and makes a filling meatless meal. Perfect for cool days and probably even warm ones. The flavor is wonderful and it's so easy to make! This recipe comes fro m BH&G's "Better Than Mom's Slow Cooker Recipes."
This is a very easy soup that can be made in under 30 minutes. Moms will like the ease of preparation and kids will find this to their liking! It comes from Cheap! Fast! Good! by Beverly Mills and Alice Ross.
This is a very nice main dish for two made with pantry ingredients. It goes together easily and the flavor is excellent. Be sure to use tuna packed in oil as it is more flavorful. I love the taste of the fennel in this. I am not sure of the source of this recipe.