Monday, September 27, 2010

olive garden recipes

My great-grandmother used to make this coffeecake so often that she was known for it and it is simply known by my family as 'Grandma T's Coffeecake'. She made it for church gatherings, family gatherings, and any other gathering where coffee was being served. I remember as a little girl helping her bake one in her small kitchen. Me, standing on a stool using a handheld mixer, and great-grandma standing behind me making sure I get all the ingredients mixed properly. Spread chicken in a casserole pan and squeeze fresh lemon juice on top. Spoon the remaining marinade over each piece of chicken and sprinkle with pepper and paprika. Bake for about 30 minutes. No Bake Butterscotch Cookies 2 packages ofbutterscotch morsels 1/2 cup of peanut butter (creamy or crunchy) 3 cups of corn flakesMix the butterscotch morsels and peanut butter over a very low heat until the morsels melt. Place corn flakes in a large mixing bowl. Fry the bacon in the butter for three or four minutes add the onion and garlic and cook over a low heat until the onion is soft. Return the Rabbit joints to the casserole, cover with a close fitting lid and cook over a very low heat for a further thirty minuets. Remove the casserole from the heat and stir in the double cream. Cover again with a close fitting lid and throw the whole lot into an oven preheated to about 180c. Cook for about forty five minuets.

POTPIES1 cup cooked chicken, cubed 4 cups frozen paula dean recipes mixed vegetables, thawed 1 can (18.5 oz) ready-to-serve creamy chicken soup 1 can (18.5 oz) ready-to-serve cream of potato soup 1 pkg (15 oz) refrigerated pie pastryPreheat oven to 400 degrees. In a large mixing bowl, combine the chicken, vegetables, and soups.

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