Bacon Chicken Alfredo Lasagna Roll Recipe by Tasty
Here's what you need: bacon, butter, garlic, heavy cream, grated parmesan cheese, fresh parsley, salt, black pepper, rotisserie chicken, lasagna noodles, mozzarella cheese, spinach
Smoked Salmon Appetizer Bites w/ Lemon Dill Cream Cheese
These little cucumber and smoked salmon appetizer bites are as delicious as they are pretty. They make a perfect light start to a dinner and are a hit at any party. And don't worry, assembling them is much easier (and faster) than it looks.
Sushi Taart, klinkt dat niet hemels? Het is weer een andere manier van sushi eten. Een top recept om mensen mee te verrassen, want dit is natuurlijk niet alledaags. Je kan de Sushi Taart volledig aanpassen naar jouw eigen smaak. Neem bijvoorbeeld eens tonijn, mango of gefrituurde kip!
Polenta Bruschetta with Shrimp and Spinach Pesto
Polenta Bruschetta with Shrimp and Spinach Pesto is gourmet level snacking that's incredibly easy to make.
Smoked Salmon Appetizer Bites
These Smoked Salmon Appetisers are fantastic to take to gatherings because it is fast to make loads - no fiddly assembly one by one - and it's served at room temperature. These were a hit with my taste testers! See below the recipe for the cooking video (and Dozer cameo at the end!).
Eggnog Pancakes are made with eggnog right in the batter and spiced up with nutmeg. They are topped with Eggnog Sauce that can be make with or without rum.
Easy Tomato Cucumber Salad
Tomato Cucumber Salad – Light, cooling, and super refreshing, this tomato cucumber salad is perfect for a casual dinner or for feeding a crowd at a potluck party. It’s simple to make and pack…
Spinach Muenster Pinwheels
An easy, elegant appetizer made with storebought puff pastry, frozen spinach and gooey Muenster! They will disappear as soon as you serve them!!
Cool Cucumber Salad
This Salad is a refreshing complement to any meal, and it's attractive on the table. Whenever I'm asked to bring a dish to a potluck dinner, I prepare this salad. I often make it for friends and neighbors, too. It's always much appreciated. —Elisabeth Garrison, Elmer, New Jersey