This Chicken and Ham Casserole is a great way to use up leftover chicken and ham. The meats can, of course, be cooked special for this casserole; however, using leftovers lessens the prep work. The combination of the two kinds of meats makes for a more interesting and substantial casserole than if only one kind was used. However, despite its name, this casserole can be made with just either 2 cups of cooked chicken or 2 cups of cooked ham, instead of a cup of each. Continue reading Chicken and Ham Casserole
I am always looking for ways to use rhubarb as it’s one of my favorite ingredients to cook with and to eat. It’s a versatile ingredient and I have discovered, when combined with tomatoes, it makes a tasty Rhubarb Tomato Ketchup. Use this condiment just as you would a typical tomato-based ketchup. Continue reading Homemade Rhubarb Tomato Ketchup
Single-serving “mug” cakes and puddings are popular for those living alone. I haven’t published many recipes for one or two servings since the industry standard for recipe development tends to be dishes that will generate four to six servings. That, however, for singles living alone can be a problem, particularly if the dish desired is not one that can be batch cooked and frozen in individual serving sizes for later use.
Sometimes, one has a craving for something sweet but if there are not several people to eat it up, who wants a pudding that will make four to six servings when you really only want the one serving! My proportionately sized Baked Caramel Pudding is perfect when you have no one to please with a dessert but yourself! Continue reading Baked Caramel Pudding For One