If you would like to put together a meal that is easy to prepare, but looks complicated, you will love this recipe for Chicken Cordon Bleu.
You can use plain chicken breast, but I prefer a more flavored taste, so I marinate it for an hour, or overnight, in an Italian Salad Dressing. For simplicity and ease, I also use Campbell’s Cream of Chicken or Cream of Mushroom soup, for the sauce.
Some people love to entertain and try new recipes. My daughter is one of those people. She and her family are surrounded by the best neighbors in the world….really, I am not kidding. They all get along so well, and there is always some sort of a party going on.
Today I will share a recipe for a really scrumptious Jalapeno Corn Dip, which I love just as much as the popular Buffalo Chicken Wing Dip, I posted previously. I bet you will love it as well, and everyone will ask you for the recipe!!!.
My sister-in-law shared this recipe withe me, and I prepared it for my daughter’s Memorial Day party.
It is somewhat similar to a Taco Dip, but much creamier, and with a little more kick to it. There was lots of positive feedback from everyone who tried it. I made this dip with only 6 layers, since I omitted the black olives (I am not a big fan of olives).
Here is another recipe for my vegetarian friends, and one I like preparing for my family on meatless days, especially during Lent. It requires only few ingredients, and is quick and simple to prepare, unless you decide to make home-made pasta, which I did for this recipe (making your own pasta is much easier than you probably imagine). This recipe serves 4-6.
Green Peppers are one of those vegetables that taste great raw, or cooked. I like all color peppers, green, red, orange, yellow, as a raw vegetable used in salads, or with dips. I also would like to share this recipe for peppers served hot, as a main course, or as a side dish. Peppers, like cabbage rolls, may be stuffed with meat or vegetable stuffing, so I selected the rice/mushrooms stuffing for this recipe.