This riff recipe of Corned Beef & Swiss Cheese Reuben Quesadillas with 1000 Islands Dipping sauce came about when I had planned on making traditional Reuben sandwiches with rye bread for dinner one night, but realized that I’d forgotten to purchase rye bread at the store. Uh oh! Luckily for me, I had a full package of flour tortillas that were calling my name and begging for their chance to be utilized in something other than a Tex-Mex recipe. Enter this recipe for Corned Beef & Swiss Cheese Reuben Quesadillas with Creamy 1000 Islands Dipping Sauce.
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All the flavors you love in a traditional French onion soup are captured in this recipe for French Onion Pork Chops. […]
I’m adding this recipe for Savory German Bratwurst Sauerkraut Strata with Pretzel Rolls to my list of Oktoberfest favorites. It […]
When it comes to French Onion soup, I can’t decide what my favorite part about the soup is. Whether it’s the deep rich broth, the abundance of sweet caramelized onions, the hearty slice of bread crouton that’s soaked in the broth and floats the perfectly browned and melted cheese.
Since I love every part of the soup, I’ve incorporated every part into my recipe of French Onion Chicken, including the bread crouton that sits atop the abundance of sweet caramelized onions, and acts as a platform for the moist and meaty chicken thigh and the melted cheese! Be still my heart!!!
The idea for this burger came to me while I was in the grocery store trying to figure out a tasty idea for dinner that night. Since I love Swiss cheese, and my husband loves Cuban sandwiches, this burger is a delicious combination of the two, and is something we both enjoyed.
This recipe was inspired by an appetizer we ate recently while out to dinner with my sister and brother-in-law. That night I had actually brainstormed with my sister about making poutine nachos with tortilla chips, but the idea morphed into tater tots because, well, tater tots!
This Grilled Pineapple Brown Sugar Chicken is incredibly delicious. It reminds me so much of a menu item I used to order when my husband and I were dating back in the late 70’s. It was a dish from our favorite restaurant called Monterey Whaling Village and the memories that the flavor of this chicken brings back are astounding. We both loved that restaurant so much and having this flavorful reminder of such a sweet time in our relationship is a food memory I’ll treasure.
Tortellini Emilia with Prosciutto and Sage is cheesy and comforting. In the summertime you can cook it on the grill (over moderate […]
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a classic potato pancake that’s called an Irish boxty. This Corned Beef Stuffed Boxty is filled […]
This Classic Swiss Fondue is rich, creamy and super cheesy with just the right amount of Gallo Family Vineyard’s Pinot […]