The Great Pumpkin Pie Recipe. - Sallys Baking Addiction. Bursting with flavor, this pumpkin pie recipe is my very favorite.
It’s rich, smooth, thick, and tastes incredible on my homemade pie crust and served with whipped cream. Pumpkin pancakes, pumpkin cookies, pumpkin lattes, pumpkin cupcakes, pumpkin bread, but HELLO what about pumpkin pie?? My Great Pumpkin Pie Recipe. Is Here. Today. I spent the majority of my incredibly awesome week last week testing pumpkin pie recipes. Crispy Parmesan-Rosemary Sweet Potato Stacks. Crispy Parmesan-Rosemary Sweet Potato Stacks I’m the biggest fan there is of classic Thanksgiving comfort foods.
Give me fluffy mashed potatoes, tangy cranberry relish and a perfectly crisp turkey any day! I dream of the sausage stuffing. I plan the menu months in advance. I live for the leftovers. What? That’s not to say I don’t like to switch things up once in a while. These crisp, buttery herbed sweet potato stacks were so fun (and easy) to make!
Just thinly slice a couple sweet potatoes, using a mandolin (CAREFULLY… sorry, I’m a mom, I have to say that) or a sharp knife (I mean it, please don’t hurt yourself). Dig in! Print Recipe Yield: Makes about 12 stacks / 6 servings (2 each) Rosemary Sweet Potato Stackers. Looking for something different to serve as a side for Easter… How perfect are these Rosemary Sweet Potato Stackers?
They look and taste amazing! Every little slice of potato is cooked to perfection in the muffin pan. My original intent was to create a potato recipe to help with my portion control. Well that didn’t work, I ended up eating three. I had to be certain the flavor was just right so I stepped up… Who am I kidding I knew at the first bite they were divine I have serious issues with potatoes…I just love them! Recipe adapted from What Gaby Eats Rosemary Sweet Potato Stackers Serves 10 Amount Per Serving Calories 111 Calories from Fat 47 Trans Fat 0g Polyunsaturated Fat 0g Monounsaturated Fat 1g Total Carbohydrates 15g Sugars 3g Protein 2g * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Thanksgiving prep: A make-ahead turkey gravy recipe. By SARA MOULTONThe Associated Press Posted: 11/21/2014 02:40:23 AM EST The gravy can be prepped ahead up to the point of needing the roasted turkey drippings, then quickly finished just before serving.
(AP Photo/Matthew Mead) For the home cook, Thanksgiving can be the most stressful day of the year. The crux of the problem is not only the extravagant length of the menu, but the need to serve every dish piping hot at exactly the same moment, a problem made all the more acute by the fact that the oven is probably going to be hogged by the big bird for most of the day. What's a cook to do? I'll offer two pieces of advice. It's the day before Thanksgiving. Combine all these parts in a pot with chicken broth and vegetables and simmer for several hours.
How much gravy do you need? Thickening: To turn the stock into gravy, it must be thickened. Flour tastes raw unless you cook it both before and after you add the liquid. Phew! Make-ahead Turkey Gravy Start to finish: 4 hours (30 minutes active) The Chic Site. Thanksgiving is a big deal at the Cabrera residence.
The menu is planned weeks in advance to make sure everyone is satisfied with the side dishes and desserts. My mom takes out her good silverware to be polished. My dad spends the days prior to the dinner cleaning the house and making the backyard look pretty. And somewhere my brother is running and working out to ensure he can feast to his heart’s content. Over the years, through trial and error, we’ve finally got the prep work for Thanksgiving dinner down to a choreographed dance. My mom and I used to fight over the oven.
There will be no quarreling this year. I plan on making this stuffing around lunchtime, giving me plenty of time to relax and enjoy the company before Thanksgiving dinner. *note: I use breakfast sausage in this recipe instead of the traditional Italian sausage. Slow Cooker Thanksgiving Stuffing, serves 5-6, double as needed Ingredients 1 pound good-quality white sandwich bread, cut into bite-sized cubes 1 large egg 1. 2.