A friend originally made this for us and it is great. We use a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store, clean the meat off to chop for the soup and then boil the rest of the carcass to make some of the chicken broth that is required.
Janel found this recipe and it is very simple and tastes great. It might not be good for you. We have made it a few times using left over chicken from a rotisserie chicken from the day before.
(Indirectly from Colorado Cache Cookbook, p. 261, The Junior League of Denver)
We had these while visiting some friends in Minneapolis and they were really good.
If you are part of a CSA sometimes you get things you might not usually use, like radishes. Here's a soup that uses the tops of the radishes.
From a friend (these granola bars are really tasty): "I've sent you the recipe I use as a base, but I usually add flax seed (ground or whole), dark chocolate chips, a couple tablespoons of peanut butter, chopped cashews, applesauce, bananas dried cherries or other fruit...mix and match based on what sounds good to you. I've really reduced the sugar from the original recipe (it calls for 3/4 cup br. sugar) because I usually add chocolate - plenty sweet. I don't usually cook for the full 30 minutes, because we like them chewier."
After enjoying naan bread at the Berkelaars I decided to try to make some.
We like it a lot. Instead of a grill as the recipe suggested, I use our teflon electric skillet and like the way the bread turns out.
Makes about 20 pancake sized breads.
This recipe is from allrecipes
From an advertisement in the November 2009 issue of Homemaker's magazine. I've had several people ask for this recipe one of whom is Elbert. Here is the recipe. This recipe fits in an 8 inch square pan. I like to double the recipe and then bake it in a glass 10X13 inch pan.
Elbs asked for the recipe a while ago too, so I'm sending this to the whole family.
I found this recipe in some magazine and we like it. Please note that the tube pan should not have the removeable bottom! I tried it in an angel food cake pan once with disasterous results as the honey sauce leaked out - what a mess. It also fits into two regular bread loaf pans. When cooled, slice and serve with butter.
Sometimes, I put the dough, with the honey sauce, into a pan as regular cinnamon rolls