There's a nice tangy bite to this hearty dark rye that still has a tender crumb, thanks to the wheat flour. Cocoa and coffee powders darken the loaf, and caraway and fennel seeds impart just a bit of licorice flavor. It can be made in your bread machine or with a stand mixer.
This spicy baked dip tastes just like hot chicken wings, but without the mess. It is very addicting, and is perfect for football and tailgating season. Serve with tortilla chips. I take this whenever I have to bring a dish and am always asked for the recipe.
Rutabagas and parsnips add an earthy sweetness to mashed potatoes that are then topped with caramelized onions and baked. This dish is great for entertaining, as it can be made a day ahead; just bake until it's heated through and the top begins to crisp.
This pie is hearty, wonderfully flavorful and bursting with mozzarella and Cheddar cheeses. Along with the cheese, there 's cream of mushroom and cream of chicken soups, chicken, veggies, and mushrooms.
I came up with this sandwich on my own. My husband wanted a plain grilled ham and cheese sandwich and I decided to experiment with some ingredients from the fridge. He absolutely loved it! Try using a chipotle mayonnaise to spice it up a bit.
Layers of canned green chiles and cheddar cheese are baked with an egg filling. This casserole is also great when made with fresh long green chiles. Makes a wonderful brunch dish, but we also have it for lunch quite often.
This is a wonderful chili recipe that I have used to win chili cook-offs in Indiana. It's hearty and spicy award winning chili that is sure to hit the spot on a cold winter's night. The key is in using name brand tomato soup, I have tried it with others but haven't gotten the same results. Your friends will never guess the secret ingredient. Enjoy!