Recipes using tomato paste


Coq-au-Vin

Coq au Vin

Tastes like chicken! Popular and versatile, chicken is a low-fat alternative to red meat. It can be found in a multitude of cuisines, takes well to a variety of spices and is economical. Readers submitted their favorite chicken recipes and we supplemented with a few favorites of our own. Print Recipe Coq au Vin Course […]

Caramelized Onion and Fresh Tomato Risotto

Caramelized Onion and Fresh Tomato Risotto

Garden’s bounty – tomatoes Tomatoes are bountiful in late summer, so we decided to do another “throwback” edition of favorite past recipes using this delicious fruit. Print Recipe Caramelized Onion and Fresh Tomato Risotto Adapted from connoisseurusveg.com Servings Ingredients 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon olive oil divided1 pound yellow onions thinly sliced1 teaspoon granulated sugar2 […]

Simple pizza

Simple Pizza

A slice of heaven Sometimes, you just need comfort food and for many that includes pizza. During this unsettled time, you may not be able to go to your local pizza place to enjoy your favorite pie. An alternative is to make it at home. This month, readers shared their favorite pizza and crust recipes, […]

My best sweet salsa

My Best Sweet Salsa

Fruit or vegetable? As a child, I remember going into our family garden, picking the biggest, reddest tomato I could find, wiping any dirt off on my shorts and biting into this sun-kissed delight. The juice dripped down my chin and I relished every bite. It was my favorite then and that hasn’t changed. We […]

Caramelized Onion and Fresh Tomato Risotto

Caramelized Onion and Fresh Tomato Risotto

Fruit or vegetable? As a child, I remember going into our family garden, picking the biggest, reddest tomato I could find, wiping any dirt off on my shorts and biting into this sun-kissed delight. The juice dripped down my chin and I relished every bite. It was my favorite then and that hasn’t changed. We […]

Award Winning Chili

Award-winning Chili

The Other White Meat Considered by some to be the other white meat, lean cuts of pork are low in fat and a naturally high source of protein. In fact, a study conducted by the USDA found pork tenderloin to be more lean than skinless chicken breast. It also contains many essential nutrients and vitamins. […]

Low Carb Chili Dog Casserole

Low Carb Chili Dog Casserole

This month’s recipes focus on low carb/diabetic-friendly selections. They may be low in carbohydrates, but certainly do not lack in flavor. Whether you are trying to eat fewer carbs to lose weight or want to eat healthier, give these a try. Print Recipe Low Carb Chili Dog Casserole Course Main Course Servings Ingredients 1 lb. […]

Beef Bourguignon

This month we thought you might enjoy recipes from Alabama Living’s recently released cookbook – the best of Alabama Living. Two of the recipes give you ideas of what to do with those green tomatoes still hanging on the vine. We can’t wait to try these recipes and we think you’ll agree. You can order […]

Meatloaf

Cooking with Style: Beauty and the Feast Who: Cancer benefit for fellow stylist’s daughter Cost: $14 for one, $20 for two includes shipping Details: Soft-backed, spiral bound Pages of recipes: 109 Send checks to: Linda Hogan, 1043 Newport Rd., West Frankfort, IL 62896 or call 618-218-2428. Print Recipe Meatloaf Servings Ingredients 2-1/2 lbs. lean ground […]

Road Kill Feast Chili

Road Kill Feasts For 16 years, avid hunter, cook, and Egyptan Electric Cooperative member Virgil Hannig, hosted Road Kill Feasts each February in Carbondale. Hannig, and his “Road Kill Chefs”, served 85-90 men fare such as Amos’ Famous Barbequed Coon, Venison Stroganoff, Sharptail Grouse and Pheasant Pot Pie, and Turtle Mulligan. With the fall hunting […]