Party Side Items Recipes (Most Popular)
I first got the recipe from a Suzanne Somers site and have altered it a bit. My 3 year old ate almost 6 oz all my himself tonight. This is great as a side dish with meatloaf! I would cut the serving sizes down, though. I calculated it for 4 dinner size portions and we eat it with a salad or small piece of meat like grilled chicken. But you could make six servings and eat it with meat loaf. The nutrition would then be 169.1 cal, 9.2 fat, 9.4 carbs, and 12.5 protein. Yum, either way!Submitted by RUMBAMEL
Cook the bell pepper, garlic and onion until it's soft ~ about 10 minutes (If you want, puree the cooked bell pepper mixture to use as a thickener)
In a slow cooker, over lowest setting, add cooked pepper mixture then stir all ingredients together and let cook about 2 hours. Cool completely, and refrigerate overnight to blend flavors before using. Store in fridge!
To fix the too vinegary taste – I added 6 baby carrots, a small can V8 juice plus water, a packet of travel flax, and some xanthan gum and then cooked it for another hour or so on the lowest setting.
Next time, I will completely omit mustard (add in some turmeric to taste) and
Half the entire recipe
This is Traditional Dish In Dominican Republic, We Called Moro and we have a different variety of this exquisite Dish.
This one is made with beans (you can choose your favorite or gandules (pegeon peas) and Bacon for extra flavor...
I LOVE LOVE LOVE Drew's All Natural Organic salsa, and I've been trying to replicate it for quite some time. I finally came up with a recipe (by combining many different ones) that is very similar in taste and just as delicious!Submitted by KRAVMAGAGIRL
These are a soft cookie that stay soft even after several days. since they are made with butter though, it is recomended that you refrigerate them unless you are going to eat them within one week of baking. I'de be surprised if they lasted that long though. lol :) I will have a photo up soon.Submitted by DIXI_BELLE
Party/potluck size recipe. This is not a reduced fat version, but I have a large extended family that uses this recipe all the time and I needed to know how much fat and calories I am consuming when I eat it. I will add an alternative version later.Submitted by MONIBARR77