Free Delicious Italian Recipes The local market ran Cornish hens on sale so I took advantage of the opportunity and decided on preparing this Baked Cornish Hen with Cumberland Sauce Recipe for supper. Up until this time I was not real familiar on exactly what Cumberland Sauce consisted of so I guess I kind of prepared this recipe out of curiosity; it kind of reminds me of a sweet and sour sauce, except the ingredients are a little different. Because this is a sauce I don’t normally run into I went to “Wikipedia” to get a little bit of a history on it. “Cumberland sauce is a fruit-based sauce, usually used on non-white meats such as venison, ham, and lamb. Created sometime in the late 19th century, the sauce was named for the Duke of Cumberland, who had ties to Hanover, Germany, where the sauce was invented. It is a more complex version of a simple redcurrant sauce
Egg and Cheese Breakfast Sandwiches Admin Note: Since this post, I’ve remade these using a better technique. Be sure to check out my Breakfast Sandwiches Revisited. After I made baked chicken nuggets a few weeks ago and explained my deal with Betsy (if she wants something from McD’s, I try to make it for her), I got a few emails saying that the only meal some people will eat at McDonald’s is breakfast. This struck me as kind of odd because most of the stuff on their breakfast menu is even easier to reproduce at home than the stuff on their other menus. Take their classic Egg McMuffin for example.
Soup For Days: Thai-Style Vegetable Curry These frigid winter days call for a hot soup like this. This vegetable curry combines the flavors of Thailand with some of winter’s best vegetables. Oh and it’s healthy, too, which means you can feel guilt-free indulging in that craving for all things chocolatey and sweet that winter inevitably seems to bring with it. Home Is Where The Cookies Are I’m sorry, what?? Did you know we could do this? Because I sure as heck didn’t. Where has this shortcut been all my life?? Two eggs, splash of milk, beat, microwave. BEEP.
'Baked' Oatmeal in a Mug I recently posted about Chocolate Cake in a Mug, where I showed you how to bake a single-serving chocolate cake in only a few minutes. That got me to thinking, would this work for baked oatmeal too? I adore baked oatmeal, but most mornings I don’t have the time to bake it. So I tried applying the principles of chocolate cake in a mug to baked oatmeal, and it actually worked pretty well! I still think oven baked oatmeal is the best, but when you’re in a hurry, this microwave version hits the spot. Chicken Parmesan Wonton "Cupcakes" Chicken Parmesan Wonton “Cupcakes” Oh man, what a comeback! As several of you mentioned recently, it’s been a while since I posted a new savory wonton “cupcake” recipe. I had one person make a snarky remark on my Facebook page that they were tired of them and I let it get to me.
Buffet Pancake Dippers How fun are these Buffet Pancake Dippers! With a hidden surprise. BACON!!! Who can resist Bacon Pancakes! When pouring syrup over my pancakes I always include the bacon. Come on admit it you do to. Half Baked Harvest - Made with Love So where I am, it is totally soup season. And I love it. Although, I actually heard the temps in Ohio where a little chilly over the weekend too. So does that mean the rest of you guys are catching some colder temps as well?? Microwave Coffee Cup Scramble Nutrition Information Per Serving Excellent Source: Protein, Vitamin D and Choline Good Source: Vitamin A, Folate, Calcium and Iron Glazed Gingerbread Baked Donuts Perfect for breakfast during the holiday season, these baked donuts are quick and much easier than fried donuts! I hope you didn’t think that I was done with the Christmas sweets yet! I think I’ve got all of the holiday flavors covered this year. Lots of eggnog, peppermint, cherry – and now gingerbread. I’ll admit – I haven’t eaten that much gingerbread in my life.
Grilled Chicken Sandwich with Pesto Goat Cheese Spread Summer time means basil, and basil means pesto. But this isn’t a recipe for pesto - I make mine different every time – no, this is a recipe that takes pesto and makes it something more, something special. How do you make pesto, already chock full of robust herbiness and garlic, better? Two words: goat cheese. Think of this humble sandwich as a stage. If the grilled chicken, marinated in garlic and Italian herbs, is the lead, the pesto goat cheese spread is the supporting role who steals the show.
Huevos Rancheros - Food & Drink - msn Maybe I just have Mexican food on the brain after my trip earlier this month? Or maybe I am just obsessed with it all the time anyways, but I am on a pretty major spree. And yesterday when I posted all about how to make Restaurant Style Mexican Black Beans, it was only expected that I come up with some way for you to use those black beans today. Sticky Asian Cocktail Sausages - My Fussy Eater The ultimate Christmas party food! Cocktail sausages baked to perfection with a sweet and sticky Asian glaze I am sure it must be law or something but we all know that you absolutely cannot have a Christmas party without cocktail sausages. There’s something so moreish about them which guarantees that they will be snapped up quicker than any other party snack served.