Beginning the new year on a seafood note, this Food Network shrimp recipe makes one hot spicy food to get you going for a fabulous week. Its made from fetta and |Swiss cheese with Yoghurt. This seafood recipe is a traditional Food Network Southern delicacy making extensive use of natural ingredients like parsley and oregano. Enjoy over a dish of potatoes or plain fragrant rice.
Paula Deen cooks Mexican style rice. Today Paula goes straight south to Mexico with a jollof rice delicacy. From the look it looks like our regular rice but with one big difference in cooking. In this recipe, the spices and vegetables are cooked first in vegetable oil and the rice poured over the mixture. Later, tomatoes and softer ingredients are added. Hmm. New way to cook rice. But the taste is fabulous. It has a pleasant spicy, barbecue like taste.
The Paula Deen fried shrimp recipe is a seafood preparation requiring only 10 minutes of cooking time. Whisk spices of your choice, milk and flour and dip the shrimps in them. Line a baking pan with paper and bake till done. Simple recipe but fantastic taste. Its best to eat the shrimps straight out of the oven as then the inner flesh of the shrimp is soft.
In this Paula Deen meatloaf barbeque style, we just have all the fun as we do meatloaf in a totally different style. This time its a barbeque meatloaf and not quite common. But it does have the taste. In this a Paula Deen recipe, Enjoy your regular spices and a dint of cereal as you roll the beef in breadcrumbs for that crunchy chewy feel.