I can gobble an omelet for any meal, anytime of the day. So versatile to one's taste, and soooo tasty. This recipe is 5-stars as written, 5+ stars w/ a couple additions. Splash of milk to the eggs. I also add a little diced onion, bell pepper, & tomato to the spinach/ham mix. Sometimes I swap Italian Cheese for Mexi-cheese, & drop salsa on top. I served this SHCO yesterday morning w/ the "Fluffy Pancakes" recipe on here, & the family, in between shoveling bites, were like mumbling, munching zombies in breakfast heaven.
It's Saturday night, 8 p.m. & I was overcome with an intense craving for pancakes. Enter kris' "Fluffy Pancake" recipe ... & I am in pancake heaven. Can I leave 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 stars for this recipe? The divine aroma is still drifting through my kitchen and lingering in my nostrils & I.Want.More. As other reviewers suggested, definitely let the batter "rest" for 20-30 min. prior to dribbling the pancake mana of the gods on your griddle. The resulting pancake is of a texture that I will describe in one word. DROOL.
Mmmm Brains' Pasta! Made this for a "Zombie Luau" party and molded the pasta salad to look like, well, brains. 5-star recipe, more stars with a couple additions: 2 ribs chopped celery, dash of curry powder, splash of Vinagrette salad dressing, and 1/2 diced bell pepper. (I like a little more color and crunch in pasta salad.) Don't forget the pickle juice - what a great way to use that pickle-ey liquid left in the jar! Oh yea, and if you want brain-ey pasta like mine, a couple drops of red food coloring.
Nummy! Made for a "Zombie Luau" party, and adjusted recipe just slightly to follow the theme. (I.E. my WCCP's were fashioned to look like blood-shot eyeballs.) Broke regular pretzels into ovals, poured the melted chocolate into the center, added a brown mini M&M for the pupil, and once they hardened in the fridge, I squeezed a little red food gel for veins. (See pic.) My changes were pretty minimal from Patty's 5-star, delicious recipe, so I say bust out the pretzels, chocolate, and any tasty toppings and have fun with it!
Shazzam are these good!! Followed recipe exactly, 'cept added a little diced celery and red onion, black pepper and minced garlic to the tuna. Did 1/2 the pitas w/ cheddar, & other 1/2 w/ jarlsberg, the latter gobbled up more quickly. My 3-year old blurted out, between big bites, that these were "tasty fish pizzas!"
Lovely way to serve all the bell peppers popping up in the garden in the summer! But they definitely need to be blanched in boiling water 1st. Brown beef w/ minced garlic and some diced onion. Instead of 2X tom. sauce, I used 1 can tom. soup. Also whilst they're baking, they need a generous sprinkling of shredded cheese! A little bit of work goes into these, but they're well worth it b/c they look so pretty all lined up like delicious meaty, cheesy, pepper soldiers.
Perfection! Don't change a thing! Sometimes I'm of a heavy-kitchen-hand (more ingredients = better?), but not in the case of this salad. Simple, sophisticated, and absolutely delicious. I served this at a BBQ, alongside standard grill-out fare, and imagine my surprise to see folks going back for seconds, and thirds, of a SALAD, over the other dishes.
Amazing marinade, good for chops, chicken etc ... Unfortunately, I thought for all the wonderful flavor that went into the marinade, that most of it cooked off during the 8-9 hours in the crockpot, and I was left with some fairly bland ribs. 5-stars for the marinade, 4-stars for the recipe. And 6-stars for anything that calls for Sriracha, my family's favorite go-to condiment!
Fluffy, fabulous, fantastic, fruit dip! I could dip anything into this stuff, even just my face! Followed the suggestion of using Strawberry Cream Cheese, 2 TB OJ, and 1 c. Cool Whip, and it was a divine dessert that elicited many lip-lickings during its disappearance.
If you're looking for tummy-rubbing, comfort-food, look no further than Cottage Pie! I love making this recipe, and the only changes that I've made are adding peas (my British bud always put peas in his Cottage & Shepherd Pies), & I've gotten to the point of just using instant mashed potatoes (I know, I know, Laaaaazy) but for a quick, wonderful family meal, it totally works, and totally disappears in a puff of "mmm."
/gasp! SALTY! I followed Sean's recipe exactly except I used 1/2 the breadcrumbs, & baked at 375 deg. for 35-40 min. flipping once. These would've been mouth-watering-ly-perfect had the recipe not called for 1 tsp. salt. (or that much breadcrumb?) Maybe my family & I have a weaker tolerance for salt, but wow, the flavors in these falafel were to die for ... but alas, they were drowned in a salty sea.
/drool! This was so good! Amidst a sea of "tomato zucchini this-or-that" recipes on here, I came across this one, &, joy that I did! I didn't have plum tomatoes (used diced in can), & I didn't have shredded cheddar (used mozzarella), & I hid a little layer of pepperoni in the middle. We skipped the breadcrumb topping and just stuck w/ ooey-gooey cheese. I don't think my changes would've altered my giving Deltaqueen's recipe 5-stars, b/c it was, as Homer Simpson said, "groin-grabbingly transcendent."