Delectable home-made egg noodles are a simple matter of flour, salt, eggs, milk and butter kneaded into a dough, rolled out and cut into shapes. Hint: dry the pasta for 20 minutes before cutting, then dry the cut shapes until no longer moist and sticky.
Dates are stuffed with blue cheese, wrapped in bacon and baked until crisp. These are delicious and very easy to make for a party. You can serve them at room temperature, so it is okay to make a few hours in advance!
All ingredients come from the freezer or the refrigerator and are assembled at time of use. Freshly cooked beans are better than the canned variety so have some on hand always, all beans work well for this wonderful soup! Ladle into your nicest soup plate, find a warm cozy place to sit and sip your soup.
These breakfast rolls get a triple dose of orange flavoring from orange juice, orange zest, and orange extract. Expect high fives all around when you serve them warm with a sweet cream cheese frosting!
Galangal and Kaffir lime leaves are combined with coconut milk and shrimp to create a delicious Thai soup. If you have all the ingredients on hand it's easy to put together and makes the perfect comfort food. If not, it only takes one trip the Asian market. It's so versatile you can make it vegetarian or substitute chicken for shrimp. Enjoy!!
Here's a simple recipe for making corn tortilla chips spiced only with salt. The chips may alternately be prepared by baking the tortilla wedges in a 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) oven for 5 minutes, or until crisp.
You can use yellow, white, or red miso paste for the soup, depending on your preference. You will also need dashi, which is made of dried kelp (seaweed) and dried bonito (fish), and can be purchased in granules or powder form in conveniently-sized jars.
A spin on a traditional favorite, this recipe combines corn and rye flours along with butter and deep brown sugar to make a deliciously toasty, exceptionally comforting shortbread. The darker the sugar, the more rich it seems to taste.
I love making these flavorful lamb burgers stuffed with creamy, delicious goat cheese. I use basil and oregano in mine, but feel free to use your favorite herbs and spices, this recipe is very forgiving. Using fresh rosemary in the meat mixture will give the burgers a real Greek flavor. Serve the burgers on hamburger buns or pita bread with tzatziki sauce, or on their own with a Greek salad.