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Traditional Pierogies with Butter and Onions

Traditional pierogies with butter and onions - This simple and easy recipe starts with a box of frozen pierogies and takes just a few minutes to sauté with butter and onions. Topped with a bit of sour cream, they make a perfect side dish.

If you’re not from my part of the country, pierogies are pasta filled with potato filling. Our favorite brand is Mrs. T’s, and they come in sour cream & onion, cheddar cheese, sweet potato, jalepeño, and many other flavors. My favorite were always the cheddar cheese, and the following was my favorite way to prepare them.  Print Recipe Traditional Pierogies with Butter and Onions Course Side Dish Servings Ingredients 1 box pierogies any flavor2 large onions sliced in rings4 tablespoons butter Course Side Dish Servings Ingredients 1 box pierogies any flavor2 large onions sliced in rings4 tablespoons butter Instructions Boil … Read more

Filet Bryan – Copycat Carrabba’s Recipe

I have a lot of favorite meals and favorite restaurants, but my A-1 absolute best most favorite restaurant meal is Filet Bryan from Carrabba’s. Their Chicken Bryan runs a close second, but the filet is the best. I love the sun-dried tomatoes and the lemon butter sauce and the pasta with  spicy red sauce (even though it’s not gluten-free) and the buttery-smooth filet mignon. It’s heavenly. So when The Kansas City Steak Company reached out to ask if I’d be interested in trying out their KC Signature Gift Boxed Steak Combo, I knew I had to try to make Filet Bryan … Read more

10 Things to Cook in a Muffin Tin

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Of course, you can make muffins and cupcakes in a muffin tin (FYI: any quick bread or cake recipe, even a boxed mix, will make great muffins or cupcakes), and muffin tins can be used to serve food children. But what else can you use them for? A few of these things are the same as my creative uses for a bundt pan. Why? Because the meal itself is that versatile, and can adapt to almost any container. As with the bundt pan, make sure you grease, wipe with melted butter, or spritz the muffin cups with non-stick cooking spray … Read more

10 Things to Cook in a Bundt Pan

what to do with a bundt pan

Some call it a bundt pan, a fluted pan, or even an angel food cake pan. Do you have one? Do you use it? A tube pan is slightly different than a bundt pan. A bundt pan (pictured below) has indentations that make bumps on the finished cake. A tube pan has a flat bottom and sides. They are otherwise the same, and all of the following suggestions will work in either kind of pan. At the opening dinner of the Savvy Blogging Summit years ago, Debba confided that she’d thrown her bundt pan away. Another person at our table, … Read more

10 Ways to Use Corn Flakes (Without a Cereal Bowl)

If you’re only using your cornflakes for breakfast, you are missing out on some tasty treats. How many of these have you tried? 10 Ways to Use Corn Flakes (Without a Cereal Bowl) Replace bread crumbs or fried onions. Many casseroles call for bread crumbs or fried onions on top. Even simple mac & cheese tastes better with a crunchy topping. Crushed up corn flakes work perfectly. If you top them with some shredded cheese, it will turn into a pleasantly crunchy crust. Zucchini fritters. Kelloggs.com has over a hundred recipes that use corn flakes – everything from baked fruit … Read more