A variety of colorful veggies like red bell peppers, carrots, and leeks make this interesting couscous side dish versatile. Raisins, currants, curry powder, and sliced almonds on top add touches of exotic flavor.
Sweet sloppy joes consisting of ground beef, tomato and French onion soups. Make a heartier version by adding some green pepper and chopped onion to the mix. Give it a little extra flavor by adding some chopped garlic. Serve over hamburger buns.
The foods in this easy recipe are powerhouses of nutrition. Why this recipe is good for you: Super-high antioxidants in spinach and berries; Curry powder is anti-inflammatory; Blueberries stimulate the birth rate of new brain cells in elderly rats, according to Tufts University research.
I grew up in Nova Scotia where seafood was cheap. My Mom and grandmothers had some pretty inventive ways of making lobster 'not-boring!' Now, lobster is a treat and costs a fortune. I've paid over ten dollars for one of these lobster rolls in Cape Cod and it wasn't half as good or half as big as the ones my Mom taught me to make. This is a wonderful summer (or winter) treat and makes a fancy luncheon to impress your friends.
Chicken breasts are coated in a pecan breading, and fried in a skillet. Then a rich bourbon sauce is poured over them before serving. This is a fabulous recipe that my Mother gave me from a upscale restaurant in New York. It is to die for. ENJOY!!
This is the traditional recipe made in Greek kitchens. The basic Avgolemono (broth and lemon) can be varied for other similar Greek recipes. Serve with bread. Bread bits can be dipped into the soup. The soup will last in the fridge for a number of days or can be frozen. To reheat, place in microwave or heat on the stove.
Shrimp, scallops and flounder fillets are bathed in a creamy sauce of mushroom soup, milk and garlic, then layered with noodles and a rich blend of cottage cheese, cream cheese, basil, egg and onion. Sprinkle with mozzarella and Parmesan, and bake.