2000 West Creek Recipes From Around The World
Spaghetti and Eggs
Teriyaki Lettuce Wraps
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Oven Baked Langos
The Best Margarita
Traditional Hungarian Goulash Soup (Gulyás)
Chicken Lemon Soup
Spaghetti and EggsThis is a quick and easy Italian dish my grandmother taught us all as kids. It might sound odd but I promise you will love it! Submitted by: "Adam Galoppa"
Teriyaki Lettuce WrapsI went on a kick last year, eating lettuce wraps for lunch nearly every day for a month. My kids even love them! You can stuff just about anything in them, and it gives you a little fiber and vitamin boost too. While I try not to make claims that anything I make is specifically “healthy” or “low cal” I do know that lettuce is a lot better for you than a flour tortilla or steamed rice! Submitted by: "Mercedes Galoppa"
Chocolate Chip CookiesStraight from my grandmother's South Dakota kitchen, this is a recipe that the ENTIRE family (and then some) has adopted. Make these with a little bit of love and everyone will be begging for more :) Submitted by: "Brandi DeBoer"
Oven Baked LangosLangos is the Hungarian equivalent to pizza. It can either be baked in the oven or made as a fry bread. We had this version at a street festival in Budapest. Submitted by: "Kenneth Anderson"
Chicken EnchiladasSuper yummy and easy chicken enchiladas in a crispy wonton wrapper! A fresh take on a classic dish! Submitted by: "Miranda Benedict"
MEDITERRANEAN SCALLOPSEasy, quick scallops, nestled in a flavor-packed mixture of tomatoes and pasta! You’ll love the bold Mediterranean flavors in this scallops recipe. Best part? The whole thing comes together in like 20 minutes! Submitted by: "Patrick Finlayson"
The Best MargaritaThere are of course countless types of fruit and other ingredients that you can blend into your margaritas. But some some of my favorite small tweaks to make to this classic margarita recipe include: Add fresh herbs: Many of you have made and loved my fresh mint margaritas, in which I recommend muddling a few sprigs of fresh mint into classic margaritas. But feel free to also experiment with muddling in fresh basil, lavender, or cilantro for a different herby twist. Add jalapeño or serrano chiles: If you love a good spicy margarita, muddle in a few slices of fresh jalapeño or serrano peppers for a spicy kick. I recommend just starting with one or two slices — a little goes a long way with a single serving! Make it “skinny”: If you would like to shave off some calories (and alcoholic content), try substituting freshly-squeezed orange juice in place of the orange liqueur to make a skinny margarita. It’s really refreshing and the margarita still tastes great. Submitted by: "Allyssa C"
Traditional Hungarian Goulash Soup (Gulyás)Traditional Hungarian goulash is a good example of how a few simple ingredients, cooked properly, can yield an incredible flavor. Every cook/territory in Hungary makes it just a bit differently, this is a traditional, authentic recipe I learned from my mother and cook regularly. Submitted by: "Angela Nemet"
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