They are so delicious - you wouldn't believe that something with prunes would be so good, but they are! And they are low in fat - 1 muffin is less than 5grams of fat. They are so moist and not rubbery or chewy! A definite must try. I had the whole lot devoured in a day.
Instead of starting with a hambone (which you won't have unless you've just eaten a baked ham) and dried beans (which require significant soaking and simmering time), simply open cans of chicken broth and beans. Minced prosciutto instantly transforms commercial chicken broth into a ham-flavored soup base. Italian sausage reinforces the pork flavor and makes the soup substantial and satisfying. Mashing some of the canned beans thickens the soup and gives it the body of one that's been long simmered. Sauteed onions, carrots and celery add depth of flavor and ensure the soup's homemade feel.
Nothing beats a simple hamburger on a warm summer evening! Ground beef is blended with an easy to prepare bread crumb mixture. Pile these burgers with your favorite condiments, pop open a cool drink and enjoy!
The ingredients in this salad are so tangy that no salad dressing is needed, keeping the salad light - just how it should be. The sweetness of the red bell peppers complements the feta and cracked pepper so well. Has a kick - great for pepper lovers!
Sliced apples are layered in a baking dish, sprinkled with sugared pecans, and topped with a mixture of flour, butter, evaporated milk, sugar and baking powder. The top of the cobbler is then sprinkled with more pecans, and it 's baked until bubbly and beautiful.
This is a very flavorful and fresh-tasting recipe for chicken with fresh herbs. It is a welcome change from heavily spiced chicken curries. This curry tastes great with plain cooked rice or jeera (cumin) rice.