Posted on December 29, 2016
Happy Thursday! Winding down the year planning some fun snacks for New Years party. This recipe is loaded with flavor, and in looking up what sumac was I am going to need to find some so I can make this. Enjoy!
Recipe Here: Muhammara Recipe (Roasted Red Pepper Dip)
Looking to kick up chicken noodle soup a notch?? This will do it. There are so many layers of flavors, and I almost have all the ingredients. I really need to get a stockpile of coconut milk in my pantry. It is added to the grocery list for the week. Enjoy!
Recipe Here: Red Curry Chicken Noodle Soup
Posted on December 13, 2016
It is Holiday season, along with cranberry season. And I am finding new uses for cranberries other than just cranberry sauce for turkey. This recipe is next on my list to make, since you know I don’t have all of the ingredients… added to the shopping list for end of week shopping trip. Enjoy!
Recipe Here: Garlic Rosemary Chicken with Cranberries
Posted on December 8, 2016
You know this recipe jumped out at me and I had to share. Garlic Cilantro Sauce, oh it sounds wonderful. I think it would be good over shrimp or chicken also. Enjoy!
Recipe here: Baked Salmon Recipe with Garlic Cilantro Sauce
Posted on December 7, 2016
Our monthly gathering for December was at..
Lighthouse Seafood and Grill
2107 North Main Street Cedar
City, UT 84721
Posted on December 4, 2016
I am now in my baking mode. Time for sweet treats, and I am always looking for something new to try and share. This is a simple recipe nice to snack and share with family and friends. Enjoy!
Recipe Here: Chocolate Peppermint Phyllo Tarts
Posted on December 3, 2016
WOW, the flavors in this recipe!! This is not a drop and go slow cooker dish, there are some steps to do before the slow cooker, including a couple hour marinade. Although the building of flavors in this recipe sound wonderful. Enjoy!
Recipe Here: Slow Cooker Indian Chicken and Rice
Posted on November 30, 2016
I am always on the look out for recipes to use those last scraps of vegetables. It usually ends up being soup, or stock because I haven’t found much interesting. Well, when I found today’s recipe that changed for broccoli stems… yes, broccoli stems. I don’t like the stems, not sure if many people do. This recipe uses thin cut broccoli stems for the chips. I am truly intrigued by this one.. completely going to try these the next time I get a head of broccoli. Enjoy!
Recipe Here: Baked Parmesan Broccoli Medallion Chips
Oh the joy of leftovers, especially if it is turkey.
This recipe has been one of my favorites for a while now.
Through the year I make with chicken, although after Thanksgiving I of course make it with Turkey.
The recipe is for a large pot pie. Although since I like more crust, and our family likes different vegetables I choose to make mini pot pies in a muffin tin for large muffins.
Cut the crust to fit on the bottom and up the sides of the muffin tins, fill up with the filling, just a little over the top. Then I top it with a small piece of crust just large enough to cover the top. I mash it a little on the sides, although don’t make a fully attached seam like I would a pie. It can be done, but I always end up making the bottom to small to make a good edge. Poke a hole in the middle of the top and bake at 350 degrees instead of 400 degrees. Enjoy!
This would also be good as just a vegetable pie, using cream of mushroom soup, more mushrooms, some onions, peppers, whatever you have on had kind of a pie. And, these also freeze well.
Recipe Here: Ultimate Chicken Pot Pie
It is pie time..
I still use the same recipes as I did last year, with just a couple adjustments. First change is I bought pie crust instead of making them. I do like my own crust, although trying to simplify a little this year. Using the crock pots a little more for the casseroles and store bought crust for the pies.
The pecan pie has changed a little.. instead of using the half pecans I chopped them into small pieces. I will post how it turns out after baking.
Recipe Links Here: Thanksgiving Pies
Thanksgiving is my ultimate cooking Holiday. And why not, I love cooking, I love sharing my cooking and being thankful, spending time with family and friends.
Casseroles are generally easy cooking adventures, throw this and that in a dish, bake. Easy and tasty, and well, if cheese is involved… even better in my opinion.
Posted on November 20, 2016
I am saving time and my sanity by cooking as many things in the slow cooker as I can. Green bean casserole is a standard for our Thanksgiving dinners. Here is an easy recipe in the slow cooker to simplify the day to leave more time to enjoy family and friends.
Recipe Here: Slow Cooker Green Bean Casserole