NRC Holiday Cookbook
Cinnamon Roll French Toast Bake
Durban Spicy Chicken Curry
Apple & Onion Stuffin' Muffins
Baked Mac 'n' Cheese
Cranberry Orange Almond Quick Bread
Cinnamon Roll French Toast BakeThis is a really quick and easy breakfast dish to whip up on busy mornings or when you have company. I especially like to make this when I have a house full of family or friends and we sit around drinking coffee and enjoying one another's company. Submitted by: "Lisa Montalvo"
Noodle KugelMy dad makes this for holiday meals without fail. This always reminds me of home. While technically a pudding, it is more reminiscent of a baked pasta dish. It tastes a lot like rice pudding and can be eaten warm or cold. It can also be eaten as a side dish, dessert or breakfast. Or even straight out of the pan. Submitted by: "Allison Kaplan"
Durban Spicy Chicken CurryChicken curry is a staple food in Durban, South Africa. The smell of Indian spices lingers in the air in any shopping center or street market you find yourself in. The chicken curry can be enjoyed in many ways, on top of rice, in a hollowed out bread loaf using the hollowed out bread to suck up the juices, or wrapped in a Durban roti (similar to a US tortilla). Submitted by: "Maegan Bell"
Apple & Onion Stuffin' MuffinsThis recipe became a fave for the vegetarians in my family. Growing up in a family of hunters and carnivores, the vegetarian family members were often disregarded at family functions. Not so much intentionally, but more because the seniors in the family who did most of the cooking were set in their ways. As I got older and started to host family events at my home, I made it my business to ensure that ALL of my family members had good food that they would not only enjoy at dinner, but also to take home! Now, even if I am not hosting I am always expected to bring these dishes. So, I hope you try this one, and enjoy it as well. Submitted by: "LaCentra Williams"
Baked Mac 'n' CheeseMac 'n' cheese was invented in Southern Italy, so it should be no surprise that this is a favorite in my family! Enjoy. Submitted by: "Andrew Strumolo"
Coffee CakeThis was always a go to breakfast on the weekends in my house. And let's be honest - we had it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner somedays. - Lisa Montalvo
Pumpkin BreadMy mom made this every fall for the family, my friends and her students. She continues to make it to this day and I've also been making this for years now. It also makes your house smell amazing! - Lisa Montalvo
Cranberry Orange Almond Quick BreadI was looking for a bread that was more savory than sweet and this hit the spot. It's also festive, but great at any time of the year. - Lisa Montalvo
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