Those tidy packages of Ramen noodles seem to be quite versatile. Here they turn a broccoli salad into something special. The seasoning packet and a bit of oil and vinegar make the dressing, and the crunchy noodles combined with sunflower seeds, peanuts and green onions, do wonders for the broccoli slaw.
This Recipe is a State Fair Blue Ribbon winner. This is an easy sugar cookie recipe, you don't have to roll it out, and the cookies are soft and chewy, unlike other sugar cookies. Anybody can make these.
A creamy potato and white bean soup, with turmeric, cayenne pepper, curry powder and soy sauce. Instant potato flakes are added at the end of cooking, along with whole milk and half and half, for very thick and hearty soup.
Cabbage, green onion, ramen noodles and toasted almonds are dressed with a highly seasoned vinegar and oil dressing and chilled. The salad that emerges a few hours later from the fridge is robust and delicious.
Simple, creamy and delicious, this recipe calls for bananas, instant vanilla pudding mix, whipped topping, milk, and a baked pie shell. The whipped topping is stirred into the prepared pudding and the mixture is poured over sliced bananas. Then it 's served chilled with some more whipped topping.
A pleasing melange of strawberries, bananas and crushed pineapple is stirred into strawberry gelatin, spooned into in heart-shaped molds and chilled. A dollop of whipped topping is all that is needed to complete this refreshing and romantic dessert.
A more traditional version of the Anglo-Indian invention, this Mulligatawny combines tamarind concentrate, lemon juice, coconut milk, red lentils, and fresh cilantro with lots of vegetables and exotic spices. A delicious and warming soup.
The recipe transforms thin supermarket pork chops into an unforgettable-juicy-tender-flavor-packed-lip-smacking pork experience. A combination of brining, marinating, and saucing. All can be prepared ahead except for the last 5 minutes of grilling.