A basic version of Irish Soda Bread that is baked in a cast iron skillet. Try substituting the liquid with buttermilk or 2)1/2c cream plus 1/2c sour cream left to sit overnight. Try adding a tablespoon or so of sugar if you like your soda bread slightly sweet. Experiment until you get the flavor you remember.
Those tidy packages of Ramen noodles seem to be quite versatile. Here they turn a broccoli salad into something special. The seasoning packet and a bit of oil and vinegar make the dressing, and the crunchy noodles combined with sunflower seeds, peanuts and green onions, do wonders for the broccoli slaw.
Use uncooked lasagna noodles to add to the easy preparation of this tasty casserole! Tomato sauce and paste are enhanced with spaghetti sauce mix, and the creamy layers are packed with ricotta, mozzarella, cottage cheese, spinach and Parmesan.
These red and white stuffed pastas are completely different, but use the same technique, making it a breeze to put together. This recipe is also a great way to use up leftover ham and ground beef or Italian sausage.
Catfish fillets are coated with a spicy seasoning mix, and pan-fried outdoors in a hot cast-iron skillet for an authentically Cajun main dish that's done in only a few minutes. Watch out, though, the smoke is intense.
A beautiful crimson gelatin salad filled with delicious stuff--jellied cranberry sauce, pineapple, sweet-pitted cherries and chopped pecans. This lovely mixture is stirred into cherry gelatin and chilled.
No cooking, no cans. All fresh ingredients and flavor no one will be able to walk away from! Sweet onion and fresh lime juice make all the difference in this recipe. My husband and I will eat this at one sitting!