Ramen Noodle Bake. Please don't let the word Ramen stop you from making this recipe.
I know it sounds weird...Ramen in a casserole. When I first saw this I was like...Ramen? Really? But it so works. Trust me on this. I buy Ramen. My kids perfer Yakisoba Noodles to the Ramen packets. Spinach and Ricotta Stuffed Shell Recipe. There’s nothing better then making a big batch of stuffed shells and feeding friends.
Do it. Don’t feel like seeing people? Fine, just make a big batch anyways and eat it over the course of two or three days, one stuffed shell at a time. Cherry Hand Pie Recipe. Oh yes.
Single serving pastries. The stuff dreams are made of. I really like single serving pastries because then its SUPER clear whats mine, and super clear what is yours, and you won’t be eating any of mine. Korean Fried Chicken recipe. Hi All!
We’re ending “Deep-Fry Fest” week over at SFB and leaving you all with this gem of a recipe….Korean.Fried.Chicken. It’s a fun take on the classic buffalo wings that everyone seems to love oh so much (rightfully so)…especially for the super bowl. Mini Blueberry Galette recipe. Galbi Jim. Korean Style Braised Short Rib Stew recipe. Pork Belly Slider recipe. Hello everyone.
Happy Friday! I hope you all have super fun plans for the weekend. I am going to New York and will hopefully be seeing my friends Amanda and Nicole. Baked Apple Pie Egg Rolls. Hi All!
So juice cleanse is finally over and today is the first day I can introduce real protein, like fish, back into me diet. Baked Ziti recipe. I’m having a hard time with the weather.
It has been super nice here in LA. This means, t shirts, dresses, and shorts. Cinnamon Sugar Messy Bread. We’re ending our week of pizza dough with a dessert…..cinnamon-sugar messy bread with vanilla icing!
It’s super easy to make and fun to eat. I made mini loaves because I thought they were cute, but you can also make one large loaf (baked for a longer amount of time). This is a fun way to turn a savory pizza dough recipe into a sweet treat. I think everyone should bake a prosciutto, butternut squash and kale pizza this weekend, serve it with parmesan-garlic straws and finally finish the meal off with everyones own individual cinnamon-sugar messy bread.
It’s a great way to use a basic pizza dough, three different ways. Cinnamon Sugar Messy Bread Makes 3 (5”x 3”) loaves Ingredients:1/2 recipe for basic pizza dough1/2 cup granulated sugar1 1/2 tablespoons cinnamon1/2 cup (1 stick) sweet cream butter, meltedvanilla icing:1 cup powdered sugar, sifted1 1/2 tablespoons milk1 teaspoon vanilla extract. Baked Tomato recipe. Have you guys ever seen the movie Fried Green Tomatoes?
I used to watch that movie over and over again when I discovered it as a teen. In fact, I’m pretty sure it kind of helped shaped my personality. Idgie Threadgood, one of the main characters doesn’t take crap from anybody. She is one of those characters you love because she is so stubborn, and does what she wants. Maybe she is kind of mean but its ok, because you love her anyway. Herb and Panko Crusted Baked Tomatoes Makes 8 Ingredients:8 vine ripe tomatoes, sliced in half crosswise1 1/2 cups panko breadcrumbs1/4 cup grated Parmesan1 1/2 tablespoons flat leaf parsley, minced2 teaspoons oregano, minced1 teaspoon rosemary, minced1 teaspoon thyme, minced1/4 cup (1/2 stick) unsalted butter, meltedsalt and pepper to taste Directions: 1.
Creamy Garlic Penne Pasta Recipe - Food.com - 43023. Mini Meatloaves. Apple Cider Caramels. Note: This recipe has been modified from when it was originally posted for greater user-friendliness, particularly in dissolving the sugar.
First of all, I hope everyone who celebrates Thanksgiving had a wonderful holiday weekend! Aside from my little girl being sick, we had a great, laid-back week full of my husband being off work, shopping, great food, working on our house, movies, and enjoying the gorgeous Louisiana fall weather! First, we’re so excited to announce the winner of our Silhouette giveaway! The winner is Tara who said, “My 4 boys love to craft and so do I. Sweet and Savory Flank Steak.
I wasn’t sure what to call this recipe, because the scribbled notes in my own recipe book say, “Uncle Joe’s Flank Steak”. I got this recipe several years ago from (surprise) my Uncle Joe, after eating it at a bbq at their house and falling in love with it. However I hate it when recipe titles don’t actually describe the flavors in the food.
Like, “Oodle doodle bars” or “yummy to my tummy chicken” etc. Why not just say, “Chocolate nut bars with caramel” or “lemon garlic chicken”, ya know? So on that note, I’m going to call this sweet and savory flank steak. The sweet and the salty: Olive oil, soy sauce, pineapple juice, brown sugar, ginger, and garlic. How To: Make Homemade Fruit Roll-Ups. During the summer months we constantly get emails saying, “Help! I just got a million pounds of [insert fruit of your choice here] what can I make with it??” If that’s you, this should be at the top of your list! And even if you don’t have a million pounds of anything, it should still be a the top of your list.
You can use just about any fruit, and it’s perfect for those things that are just a little too ripe to eat any other way. My kids LOVE homemade fruit roll-ups (which is a way more appetizing name than fruit leather, so we’re going to say roll-ups, okay?) You can use just about any fruit or fruit combination you can imagine. Prepare Fruit: Make sure your fruit is washed and then roughly chop just so you can measure. Sweeten: If your fruit is naturally sweet enough, you don’t even have to add anything.
Puree: Many (actually, most) recipes for fruit leathers/roll-ups have you simmer the fruit on the stove first. Cook: Set your oven temperature to the lowest setting. Buttermilk Toffee Pancakes. Today was a snow day so that meant pancakes for breakfast in our house. To make things a little more special, I added chocolate toffee bits to the pancakes. Pretty lucky kids, right? It was like eating dessert for breakfast. Blueberry Buckle. This is a little late but better than never. Blueberry buckle is my “go to” summer dessert when I have to bring something to a picnic. I received this recipe from a friend who passed away some years ago.
Her husband gave me her recipe collection and in exchange, I bring over a blueberry buckle every so often and he eats the whole thing himself. I tend to make many of these in disposable foil tins since they are brought to outside functions.