5 out of 5 stars!
For Christmas, we had a turkey. I love butterballs. They always come out juicy. This time I tried something a little different. Instead of having the turkey rest on a rack, I placed all different veggies on the bottom of the tray. I used carrots, parsnips, onions and celery. This made for an amazing smell while it was cooking and the gravy was fabulous! Try it next time you are making a bird!
5 out of 5 stars!
If you want a fluffy, super moist cake, this is the cake for you. This is super easy. I do slight changes to the recipe. I do not use the raspberries, and instead of making the cool whip stars, I like to sprinkle it with colored sugar (or pearls in this case). I have made it using all different pan shapes, and it always comes out delicious. I also have used all different type of cake mixes and pudding brands. It does not matter. Now if you want a different flavor, try substituting the cake mix for vanilla then using a different flavor of pudding. Last time I made it I used vanilla cake with pistachio pudding.
4 out of 5 stars
I learned this recipe for my niece while at the beach one summer. A great recipe that stretches out your chicken. But to be honest, it tastes better than anything you can get at olive garden and can feed a full family for less than 1 meal will cost you there
1 bag of fajita peppers and onions (you can also chop up fresh if you would like)
1 container of sliced mushrooms
1 tablespoon of minced garlic
drizzle of olive oil
2 to 3 chicken breasts
1 box of your favorite pasta cooked.
2 bottles of vodka sauce
Start by chopping up the raw chicken into small piece. Drizzle a saute pan with olive oil and cook the chicken until fully cooked. Remove from the pan.
Add additional oilve oil to the pan and sautee the peppers, onions, and mushrooms in a pan. Add garlic. Sautee untill the veggie are cooked.
Add the 2 bottles of the vodka sauce and the chicken into the pan with the veggies. Heat untill hot.
Pour over your pasta and serve. Sprinkle with a little Parmesan cheese. Bon Appetite.
5 stars! (10 stars after a day)
As the temperature goes down it is times for comfort foods. The northerner in me had never heard of this stew until I came to Virginia. When we were dating my then boyfriend (now husband) asked me to make him Brunswick Stew. I looked and looked for recipes. I stumbled on this one, and with a title like above, how could you not make it?
Changes that I made to the recipe:
I do make 1 change to it. I add 2 cans of sliced potatoes (that I dice up - Use diced potatoes if you can find them) drained of liquid.
For the tomatoes, I use can diced tomatoes - I have used all different types, it doesn't really matter as long as it is a tomato.
For the ketchup I use the Heinz Balsamic vinegar
For the BBQ sauce is it sweet baby rays - because it oozes southern :)