Tender flaky pie crust is a recipe that eludes many home cooks. This recipe, from noted food writer and kitchen sleuth, Shirley O. Corriher, comes to the rescue with a recipe that includes some interesting ingredients.
Sausage rolls are quite popular in New Zealand’s bakeries. They are eaten any time of the day as a snack or meal but are most popular at breakfast or lunch. They are quite yummy and may also be cut down to use as appetizers.
These yummy Cherry Biscuit Sweet Rolls begin with a sweet dough made from baking mix. They are filled with a chunky cherry jam and almonds. Surprisingly easy to make, these are a welcome treat on holidays and weekends.
Tired of the same old bland chicken breasts? Cranberry Pecan Stuffed Chicken wrapped in phyllo will really wow your family and guests.
Chicken Broccoli Stuffed Bread makes use of convenient refrigerated crescent roll dough to make a delicious meal the whole family will love. It’s almost too pretty to cut into. The savory chicken and vegetable stuffing will remind you a bit of chicken pot pie.
There’s nothing like hot bread from the oven, but cinnamon swirl raisin bread can send me into a swoon! This method saves preparation time by mixing the yeast in with the dry ingredients, so the first rising goes faster than usual.
If you’re a baby boomer from the east, you probably have fond memories of Grandma’s chestnut stuffing. There is nothing fancy about it, but oh so good. This heirloom recipe takes stuffing back to the basics, adding chestnuts to stale bread and savory vegetables.
Fresh asparagus, marscarpone, Jarlsberg, and Parmesan cheeses shine in this rustic homemade tart. Asparagus galette is the fusion of a pizza and a savory pie, perfect for Meatless Mondays or vegetarian families.