Recipes on My Radar

I’ve had my share of these Cheese Pennies, but these might be different than other Cheese Pennies you may have tried.  My brother-in-law works for a landmark restaurant in Boston, and these babies came from there.  When he makes them, the hubs literally stands over the platter and eats them until he feels sick. Always.

1. I don’t have a picture

2. They sound odd

3. Very easy

4. Flavor explosion

You start with raisin bread, cut into squares. Mix 2 parts shredded parmesan cheese with 1 part mayo, spread on bread. Then, thinly slice a red onion, and throw a couple of pieces on top, pop in 375° oven.  Bake for approximately 10 minutes, or until golden brown.  Serve warm.

Here are some others I am considering for the remainder of 2011.

Jalapeno Popper Dip ~maryloves2cook/Tasty Kitchen

Burgundy Mushrooms ~ The Pioneer Woman

Cake Batter Fudge ~ Not Just A Housewife * I did make this over the weekend. It tasted delicious, but I could not get the consistency right (probably due to my impatience). I ended up throwing it out. Boo

Peppermint Bark ~ Savory Sweet Life * I usually pass out chocolate fudge to my neighbors, and others, but I think I might do the bark this year., Inc.

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