Start with a skillet and finish with a slow cooker. A saute of onion, garlic and ground beef is simmered with tomato and oregano, then layered in a slow cooker with raw lasagna noodles and a creamy blend of cottage cheese, Parmesan and mozzarella.
Carrots, celery, onions, cabbage, corn, and green beans -- this soup is full of vegetables! With ground beef, beans, and macaroni, a loaf of warm, crusty bread is all you need for a well-rounded dinner.
This sauce has everything a barbecue sauce should have: something sweet, lots of heat and a spicy tomato taste. There 's bourbon too. It cooks up thick, spreadable and sensational. This recipe yields enough for a mess of ribs.
Lemon grass and ginger bring these steamed crab legs to a whole new level of deliciousness - with Asian kick! Serve with fresh spinach salad or favorite side. Use drawn butter for dipping, or try lemon juice, salt, pepper and sugar for tangy sauce. Enjoy!
Made in the classic Italian tradition, this hearty soup combines a white bean puree with a blend of vegetables including cabbage, kale, and Swiss chard, with toasted bread to thicken the mix. It's reheated ('ribollita') and served topped with grated Parmesan and a drizzle of olive oil.
This is an excellent authentic Mexican rice recipe (not to be confused with Spanish rice) that I make as a side dish with all of my Mexican dishes. The key is cooking the rice properly and using good quality chicken broth or stock.
My dad made these grilled poppers and I begged for the recipe. Now everyone begs me for the recipe. They are stuffed with cream cheese and sausage, wrapped in turkey bacon, and grilled--the perfect balance of flavors, and not always super spicy. The spiciness depends on the peppers. I find that the smaller they are, the hotter they are.