This is the perfect Go-To appetizer if you are in the mood for something that is warm, flavorful and versatile.
Made with (4) simple ingredients, (plus add-in’s, if you desire), there is never any of this appetizer left when the party or game is over.
Serve it with crackers or crostini bread.
It’s absolutely addicting.
This recipe received a “Perfect Score -180” at the American Royal Side Dish Competition.
OK...OK... Everybody has had a good cheesy hash brown casserole, BUT have you ever had one that received a PERFECT SCORE at the American Royal?
This potato casserole is made from surprisingly simple ingredients. It is the perfect side dish for any event that needs a “winter warm-up”.
It is not likely that there will be any leftovers, but if there are, you win twice. It is even better rewarmed the next day.
This casserole is one of my “most asked for” recipes and I’m guessing you will be asked for it the next time you serve it.
Tastes EVEN BETTER if the weather Is
lousy outside. If you’re ready to settle in on a dreary Sunday afternoon,
this is the recipe for you.
It’s warm, it’s creamy, it’s hearty, it’s flavorful and of course... it’s easy.
This comfort creation is made on the stove top, but when it’s done, you can keep it warm in the oven for some
half-time or mid-nap grazing.
There are creamy chicken and noodle recipes and then there is THIS creamy chicken and noodle recipe.
It’s the perfect meal for a non-perfect day.
An entrée that sounds fancy, but is Surprisingly Easy.
I love a recipe that lives up to the hype. This Pork Tenderloin Diane recipe does just that.
It’s another classic when you are in the mood for something that is warm, unique and easy to prepare.
This is a one-pan 1,2,3 technique.
First, you brown the pork tenderloin cutlets, then remove to a plate.
Second, you make a flavorful tomato based sauce in the same pan. You’re picking up the flavors of the pork.
Third, you add the cooked pork with it’s juices back in to the sauce, (remember... it’s the same pan).
Spoon the sauce over the pork, heat through
and Tah-Dah. You’re ready to serve.