These potato pancakes cook up perfectly. Since they don't use oil, they are not crispy about the edges as rosti/kugel/hashbrowns are, but have a soft fluffy character, very full of potato flavor. I served as part of an Ulster Fry for Culinary Quest. ~s
I made this for lunch for the Culinary Quest. This is really good- restaurant quality. I used shiitake mushrooms and almost a full block of tofu (I used a little bit with miso soup I made) and I had asparagus I was going to make into Swiss Gruyere asparagus (but ran out of time before the event started) so this was a perfect combination for me, and one Bill and I both enjoyed. I did skip the lime so I could use up some lime ponzu instead of soy. I am always looking for thrifty things to do! Thanks, Mikekey.
Very good version of a toasted BLT sub. I liked the addition of feta. I used the dressing from my Caesar salad recipe, as if is quick, easy and tastes like the bottles "Marie's" creamy caesar dressing: http://www.recipezazz.com/recipe/quick-and-easy-caesar-salad-8340
This are really good in concept. But first, let me say I had an oops moment when I realized while the burgers were cooking that I was right out of ranch dressing and nothing to make it with, so I used Thousand Island instead, but no biggie. I like that on burgers. My second oops moment came when I shoved one of the little stacked sliders in my mouth and "hmmm...I seem to have forgotten the cheese!" LOL! Well, that is a biggie, so I put cheese on the remainder. But- let me say that 2 pieces of cheese is just not acceptable because those two will only cover half the burgers. Maybe that blogger doesn't like cheese very much? Anyhoo...I also went ahead and put in the full amount of Cajun spice as the amount called for didn't seem enough, and it wasn't too salty that way. And after eating the first cheeseless slider I made I also doubled up on the bacon, because it seemed light as well. But people can make their own choices there. Thanks for sharing.
Easy and good. I used black sesame instead of toasting simply because that was what I found in the spice cabinet first. Served this with a little rice, teriyaki chicken and also a tossed salad with my own Asian dressing. Thanks for sharing!
Excellent cuke salad! I did use dried dill weed so only used a third of the amount called for. I also did pare my cuke, realizing a bit too late that I shouldn't have, but it is what I am used to doing. We all enjoyed. Thanks for sharing!