Puff Pastry Reuben Roll Up

Originally posted on In Dianes Kitchen:
Reubens are one of my favorite sandwiches. What a unique way to make them using Puff Pastry, another favorite of mine. Everything is in there….corned beef, sauerkraut, Baby Swiss Cheese and Thousand Island Dressing all rolled up inside a delicious Puff Pastry. Can it get any better? Adapted from: Kelleychisholm.com…

Zuppa Toscana Soup

Originally posted on In Dianes Kitchen:
This is my version of Zuppa Toscana Soup. One bowl is a complete meal and so delicious. You can make this soup hot and spicy, as I did, using hot Italian Sausage or whatever Italian Sausage is your favorite to get the amount of heat you want. One batch…

Pork Chop Schnitzel

Originally posted on In Dianes Kitchen:
? What a simple, tender and easy recipe that is so quick to make! Only six ingredients and so much delicious taste! All you need is boneless pork chops, or a pork loin cut into pork chops like I do, to make this fabulous tasting Pork Chop Schnitzel! ?…

Cheesy Chicken Alfredo Pasta Bake

Originally posted on Recipes, Recipes, Recipes:
Cheesy Chicken Alfredo Pasta Bake Ingredients for 6 servings 1 tablespoon olive oil 3 chicken breasts, cubed salt, to taste pepper, to taste 4 cloves garlic, minced 2 ½ cups chicken broth 2 ½ cups heavy cream 1 lb penne pasta, uncooked 2 cups parmesan cheese 2 cups mozzarella…

Cheddar Bacon Ranch Potato Salad

Originally posted on Penny's Food Blog:
Cheddar Bacon Ranch Potato Salad It’s delicious and so very easy to make.  Try it at your next barbecue! 2 pounds red potatoes, diced into bite size chunks 2/3 cup Ranch dressing 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese 1/2 cup crumbled bacon from bag of real bacon (from Costco…

Sausage Meatballs With Broccoli Cheese

Originally posted on Cooking Up The Pantry:
Who doesn’t love an easy tray bake dinner! Less meat and more veggies but my boys don’t seem to notice! I like to use spicy Italian sausages for this but use whatever you enjoy. If you are doing gluten free, just double check your sausage ingredients. Serves 3-4.…

Asian Chicken Cranberry Salad

Originally posted on Penny's Food Blog:
Asian Chicken Cranberry Salad It’s finally summer, bring on the salads!  This recipe makes a huge salad, great for a party but for a family dinner you might want to cut the recipe in half. 12 cups coleslaw mix 1 (12.5 oz) can chicken, drained and broken up…

Baked Kielbasa with Potatoes

Originally posted on In Dianes Kitchen:
If you want to make a delicious, simple and hearty meat and potato meal, this is it! It is made with olive oil and it is baked. However, you would never guess by the taste that this is a healthier meal than most. ? Ingredients ? Spray a large…

Pork and Thyme Stuffed Cabbage Leaves with a Smooth Tomato Sauce

Originally posted on Wish to Dish:
A simple but effective crowd pleaser. So today’s recipe is British interpretation of The Mediterranean’s dolma – stuffed vine leaves. As I do not have vine leaves to hand I have settled for stuffed cabbage leaves which, though they may sound less glamorous, are equally delicious. I promise! This…

Kipe or Quipe (Deep Fried Bulgur Roll)

Having a cook with Dominican and Puertorrican roots have it’s perks. Kipe is one of my favorites, closely after mangu, from the Dominican Republic menu. The following recipe fries them but we bake them instead for a healthier, and tastier version of it.

Korean Steak Tacos

Originally posted on NourishedPeach:
My guess is if you’ve ever had Korean Beef Tacos in any way, shape or form I’m not going to have to do much convincing here to get you to make this recipe. But just, in the tiniest case, that you’ve never been blessed with such a delightful experience, let me…

French Onion Soup Burger

Originally posted on Wish to Dish:
Fusing together the cuisines of two cultures is not a new idea – the more I read about cooking I learn that we have been borrowing techniques, ingredients and recipes off each other for years and re-imagining them in our own contexts. Today I add this recipe to a…