This is an easy to make departure from your traditional chili. This recipe calls for pepperoni, mushrooms and a jar of prepared spaghetti sauce. Every time I make this for others, I am always asked for the recipe.
Whoever invented crescent rolls, should get a medal. In this recipe they make a dandy crust, filled to the brim with a fabulous cheese, mushroom, half and half egg mixture. And a package of herb and lemon soup mix.
Puff pastry shells are filled with a sophisticated blend of cream cheese, Gouda cheese and shrimp sauteed with onion and garlic. Baked and garnished with whole shrimp and chopped chives, these are appetizers worthy of your most elegant gatherings.
Onions, garlic, carrots, celery, tomatoes, paprika and bay leaves flavor this comforting lentil soup, cooked in an aromatic broth of white wine and chicken stock. Serve with a sprinkling of parsley and Parmesan cheese.
Our family's favorite. Slightly sweet and spicy with a light non-tomato based baste, that doesn't overpower the delicious falling-off the bone meat. We have also used this recipe on pork shoulders.. Devine!! BBQ sauce is never needed, but if you must, only use your favorite!
I've had the seared tuna in nice restaurants, but this is better than all of them. One tablespoon of wasabi sounds like a lot of heat, but somehow this cooking method mellows it to almost nothing, just leaves the flavor. Really really great.
This is a refreshing and healthy protein smoothie made with fresh oranges, bananas, strawberries, sherbet and cranberry juice. Save money by making your own fruit smoothie at home versus going to a juice place!
Mushrooms, onions and ground beef in a ready-made pasta sauce are layered with cottage cheese, ricotta cheese and Parmesan between uncooked lasagna noodles. Sprinkle mozzarella over the top and bake. It's that simple!