Little baked potatoes are scooped out, filled with a flavorful mixture of green salsa and butter, and topped with white Cheddar cheese before being broiled to a golden brown. It's a different appetizer that's great for Cinco de Mayo.
Mini jam sandwiches coated in batter and deep fried until puffy and golden brown. You may use any jam you like, or try substituting butter and cinnamon sugar for variety. Either way, the ingredients are almost always on hand, and they reheat in the oven well, too. Couldn't be easier, and the kids will love them!
A recipe for delicious stuffed tofu triangles filled with vegetarian stuffing turns this basic veggie staple into a fancy dish that is great for a light meal or as part of a sushi tray. Serve alongside cooked rice and drizzle the triangles with teriyaki sauce.
An overnight salad using ramen noodles, cabbage, chicken, almonds, and green onions. This is GREAT -- one of my husband's favorites and it serves a ton of people. Try substituting cashews for almonds and a dash of sesame oil for sesame seeds.
Inspired by a Mexican favorite, grilled fish tacos have a creamy dressing spiked with lime juice, cumin, chili powder, and adobo sauce from zesty chipotle peppers. Garnished with tomatoes, cilantro, shredded cabbage, and lime wedges, these tacos are guaranteed delicious.
This is a super fast and easy recipe. One of my favorites. Linguine is tossed with a buttery clam and mushroom sauce. Fettuccine can also be used. Tastes even better with fresh baked rolls or French bread and a garden salad.
Beef and potatoes are the main ingredients folded inside these wonderful deep fried samosas. Chicken livers may be substituted for beef, if you choose. My friend from Bangladesh gave me this savory, spicy recipe. You just can't buy better in the shops.