This dense and hearty rye bread boule is flavored with molasses and caraway seed. Make a “sponge” the night before in your bread machine, then add the remaining ingredients the next day. This simple step with give you a better texture and more complex flavor.
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Make this one-skillet, 4-ingredient recipe the next time you are too tired to cook much, eat out, or run to the store. You probably already have everything you need.
A traditional Sunday dinner–beef steak cooked with carrots, onions and tomatoes results in a fork-tender beef with savory, rich gravy.
Now you can make a delicious crème fraîche without buttermilk. Use yogurt or yogurt whey to make this rich and creamy treat.
Find out how to make Ciabatta in your bread machine. I’ve included a few secrets for shaping the sticky dough so you won’t lose your mind. This advanced recipe is totally worth the trouble–the flavor is over the top.
Use your rice cooker to make this mildly-flavored jasmine or basmati rice with hominy and cilantro added. This is the perfect side for grilled meats like steak, chicken, or pork tenderloin.
This is a replication of the spinach served at Abuelos restaurants. Corn, mushrooms and spinach combine with cream cheese and green chilies to make a fabulous dip. OR, serve it as a vegetable side dish for dinner.
Spicy Squash Casserole with Cornbread is a Tex-Mex-meets-Southern mixture of yellow squash, peppers, corn, green chilies, and dried crumbled cornbread held together with a cream sauce and cheese. If you do not love this, I promise to come and eat your leftovers.
A chocolate slice-and-bake cookie recipe with oatmeal, pecans, and mini chocolate chips–these are a long-time family favorite.