Boneless chicken breasts are rolled around fresh asparagus spears and provolone cheese, then given a Dijon mustard flavored coating and a topping of crisp panko bread crumbs. The dish is baked in a hot oven.
Loaded with popular pizza flavors, this noodle bake is sure to be a winner with all ages. You can use ground beef instead of turkey. I like to serve it with garlic bread and a salad. —Debbie Staley, Mt. Vernon, Illinois Skip links
Like deep-fried pickles? You'll love this unfried version even more. Dill pickle spears are coated with panko bread crumbs and spices, then baked until crispy. Dip them with ranch dressing for an appetizer you won't soon forget.—Nick Iverson, Denver, Colorado Skip links
Instead of using bread or buns (which are overly processed), I eat these veggie burger patties as seen below, or halved, in romaine lettuce leaves (making a “burger boat”). They also make great leftovers, crumbled onto a green salad or baked potato, or hearty traveling or hiking snacks. Preparation note: While it’s not necessary, cooking...Read More »
This garlic focaccia is a riff on garlic bread, complete with roasted garlic cloves studded throughout and garlic butter brushed across the top. It takes only a few minutes of real work and produces soft, tender, chewy focaccia that's as good as any you've tasted.
English Peas with Cauliflower Cream and Country Ham INGREDIENTS 1 head cauliflower 1 quart milk 8 ounces butter 1 pound English or green peas 3 cups panko bread crumbs 1 cup olive oil 3 lemons 8 ounces country ham salt and pepper to taste CAULIFLOWER CREAM Take cauliflower head and cut florets from the stem. Place florets in a saucepan and...
For Christmas morning, I wanted to make a different type of breakfast casserole than the egg/sausage one I usually make. We have to have some kind of protein to counteract the cinnamon rolls, frozen fruit