Make tart little nests for sauteed meats or vegetables by tossing hot pasta with a tangy cream sauce flavored with lots of lemon juice and citrus zest. Nestle the fillings into mounds of pasta for a charming presentation.
A sweet-savory soy sauce marinade sets the stage for these cream cheese and green onion-stuffed salmon fillets. Oven-baked, and finished with a splash of teriyaki sauce and a sprinkling of sesame seeds, they guarantee applause for the cook.
Use fresh lobster if available, but 2 (6 ounce) cans of lobster may be used instead. This recipe is rich and delicious. If you do not like spicy food, use paprika in place of cayenne pepper. Serve hot, over buttered toast slices.
Raisins and vanilla are stirred into a thick and lovely custard made with egg yolks, butter, scalded milk and sugar. This lovely filling is then cooled slightly, poured into a baked pie shell and smothered with meringue. After a moment in the oven, this luscious pie is ready to be topped with whipped cream and a dusting of nutmeg.
For this classic recipe, crumbled bacon, Swiss cheese and a bit of diced onion are scattered in the bottom of a pastry shell and practically drowned in a luscious mixture of cream, eggs, sugar and cayenne pepper. The baked quiche is cooled slightly before being cut into beautiful wedges and served.
This is a great recipe for one of the summer's most prolific vegetables. Sauteed zucchini pieces are coated with a zesty marinara sauce and sandwiched with a generous helping of mozzarella cheese. These baked sandwiches are a great vegetarian version of the Italian grinder. They can also be made ahead of time, and heated just before serving.
Using some fresh and some canned ingredients, this chili is a snap to throw together and will keep you craving it for days. Chunky zucchini, fresh green onion, sour cream, and - what the heck - shredded Cheddar cheese, are sure to make this your favorite chili recipe. If you like beans in your chili, garbanzos right out of the can are great in this.