recipes march 24
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1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Today’s recipe is a cheesy baked pasta that I found over at Our Best Bites . Sara based the recipe on a Martha Stewart recipe. This yummy dish consists of a cheesy pasta blended with chicken, sun-dried tomatoes, and mushrooms.
Little bit of a mouthful there. But it’s like a cookie on top of another cookie! Yeah.
I am awfully excited to share this recipe with you today!
For my entire cooking and eating life I have been searching for the perfect fish cake.
Yesterday, I was on a local tv show, making the lemon tart recipe that I posted yesterday. It wasn’t my first time being on tv, but I definitely learned a few things this time. 1 – Don’t make something that may melt or needs to be refrigerated – especially if you are in the car for 2 hours.
I am a slacker. My taxes still aren’t filed.
Lemme shoot it to ya straight: this recipe isn’t about white chocolate so much as it’s about pistachios.
Here's a great tasting, quick and easy chicken dish; perfect for busy weeknights and great for those on a budget!
Normally, I would have saved this recipe to feature for a future Sunday Dinner, but after the first bite, I knew I needed to share it right away. Four ingredients brought together with the right technique can provide a side that will surely be dug into for seconds.
Even though it was still summer when I wrote this post, the weather for the past few weeks has certainly convinced me otherwise.
Golden baked coconut encrusted shrimp with a sweet and spicy apricot dipping sauce.
A make-ahead breakfast casserole made with day old bread, eggs, cheese, sausage and mushrooms. This recipe from the archives is perfect for Christmas morning so I thought I would revive it to give it some attention. You can make this with just about anything, just use your imagination!
Bolognese sauce, a slow cooked ragú made with lean ground beef, pancetta, onions, carrots, celery, tomatoes, wine, and cream is one of my favorite Italian sauces. I make this sauce whenever I need to feed a large crowd, or just to keep in my freezer.
Criolla (literally creole) is a Spanish word widely used to describe Caribbean or Hispanic cuisine.