Pullum Frontonianum (Apicus Chicken)
When I was preparing this dish, I was certain I would never do it again because I disliked handling the chicken so much. After tasting it, however, I'm certain I'm going to make it again, as it is some of the best chicken I've ever had. This is an ancient Roman recipe from the book of Apicus, so some ingredients are hard to find or I am uncertain as to what they actually are. For Saturei I used dried rose petals, for Liquamen I used 1 cup wine plus 1 tbs salt, and instead of Defritum (fig syrup), you can use sweet and tangy steak sauce.
Chicken Casserole Del Sol
Creamy chicken, veggies and pasta star in this one-dish meal that you can make ahead up to 24 hours in advance. Or freeze it uncooked until you need it. In place of the canned green beans, you can substitute 16 ounces of mixed veggies, frozen or thawed. If frozen, you'll need to extend the cooking time by about 15 minutes.
Summer Zucchini Casserole
If you have lots of zucchini in the garden, then this is a great way to use them. It's different, but very tasty. It's so good that even my picky children like to eat it.
Artichoke Spinach Lasagna
This is a fabulous lasagna made with an artichoke and spinach mixture which has been cooked with vegetable broth, onions and garlic. The mixture is layered with lasagna noodles, pasta sauce, mozzarella cheese, and topped with crumbled feta.
Easy Pumpkin Casserole
This is super easy, something different and tastes great with the main course. Enjoy!
Asiago Sun-Dried Tomato Pasta
This recipe is sooo good and definitely not low fat. The creamy sun-dried tomato Asiago sauce is delicious!
Hot tuna's a hit when you mix it with sizable pasta shells and a cheesy sauce. Dill also complements the fish nicely in this cream comfort food. 'It's a great change of pace from the traditional tuna casserole,' relates Connie Staal from her home in Greenbrier, Arizona.
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