If you have ever wanted to make your own fresh pasta, this easy recipe shows how semolina flour, salt and water are kneaded into a simple dough, then rolled and cut into shapes. Durum semolina flour may be found at specialty grocers.
Strips of flank steak are marinated overnight in a very flavorful mixture of hoisin sauce, soy sauce, ginger, sherry, barbeque sauce, green onions and garlic. Skewer, grill and serve as an entree or appetizer.
There's just something about soy sauce and lemon juice that makes flank steak become moist and flavorful. The longer you marinate the meat, the more tender it gets. Grill and slice on the diagonal, and you have a great meal.
What a wonderful surprise the dressing is in this refreshing salad. Raspberry jam is swirled into raspberry vinegar, and then mixed with oil. This luscious dressing is tossed with the kiwi, strawberries, walnuts and spinach. Makes eight servings.
When I was a child, my best friend and I loved when my dad made this cheese and potato soup with dill. It looked to us like he had shaved all of his whiskers off into the pot of soup, earning the name Daddy's Whisker Soup!
The molasses in the batter gives this version of the classic breakfast food a caramel coating that is quite delicious. This one also proves to be a great way to use up the left over Challah from Shabbat on a Saturday morning.
This is an absolutely FANTASTIC brunch recipe. I typically serve it when family is visiting for the holidays as the majority is prepared the night before. Everyone loves it and ALWAYS wants the recipe!
Put those tangy green Granny apples to good use by canning up a batch of caramel-flavored apple jam to enjoy during the cold months. Plenty of brown sugar and a dash of butter flavoring give the jam its special caramel flavor.
This is a yummy muffin recipe that has become an annual tradition, especially for fall and Halloween class parties. Especially tasty when they are still warm, these pumpkin muffins are full to brimming with chocolate chips!