This should be called “The Easiest Fudge Ever Made in the History of the World.” There are 3 ingredients. There’s no cooking involved unless you count melting as cooking. I learned this recipe when I was 7 years old, so I’ve been making it for 22 years now. Wink. I know, it’s not REAL fudge but Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge is so easy and good, who cares? Not me!
This super simple layered dip is baked in the oven and served hot with tortilla chips for dipping. I’ve witnessed people eating this by the spoonful right out of the dish. It’s that good. I think I’ve been making Hot Layered Mexican Dip since the eighties so it’s pretty retro.
I’m pretty sure there’s nothing authentically Cantonese about these wings, but my mom has been making Cantonese Chicken Wings since we were kids. It’s a simple recipe with just a few ingredients but the result is tasty zesty tender wings. I’m guessing this is one of those women’s magazine recipes but don’t be fooled by the basic ingredients. The flavours really work together. I promise, you won’t be disappointed.
Sometimes the simplest things are the best. The humble potato, roasted in olive oil and tossed with rosemary until they’re soft on the inside yet golden and crispy on the outside. Make some Rosemary Roasted Potatoes and you’ll know what I mean.
A few years ago we had the best mussels in Prince Edward Island after a golf game. Most of the golf courses served free mussels and the only thing better than free mussels is free GOOD mussels. And these ones were so good, we actually asked how they made them. Expecting a lengthy description, we were surprised to find out they were made with 2 ingredients. Beer and steak spice. No kidding. So we made Beer and Steak Spice Mussels at home and they were just as good as in PEI.