We have this week's ever-popular trending recipes. Which recipes are leading the way to Amish365.com via Google search? Comfort food and autumn favorites are the ones getting the clicks this week. So, let's take a look!
Egg-in-Nest: Delicious, easy, and traditional breakfast. Here is a bit more about this: The simple version involves just a slice of bread, a heavily buttered skillet, and an egg. Take a glass and cut a circle out of the bread, stick the bread into the warm buttered pan, crack the egg into the hole in the bread, fry the egg for a couple of minutes on each side and, presto. You have a decadently buttered piece of bread with an egg in the middle. Now, you can dress it up by putting some herbs in the butter, some diced ham in the eggs, or some tomato, etc...so, start with the simple version and go from there. Click here
Perfect Buttermilk Fried Chicken: This is a delicious recipe. Here is a bit more about it: Buttermilk is plentiful on Amish farms. It flavors cakes, donuts, and is a favorite for cooking certain meats in, like chicken. Chicken is just one of those bountiful meats that are so available that a variety of ways to fix them is appreciated. And one of the ways in which Amish cooks like to prepare fried chicken is to pan fry it in buttermilk. Now, a real purest will say you have to make this meal in an iron skillet. Nothing like iron skillet fried chicken in buttermilk. Check out this recipe here.
Upside-Down Pizza: A classic autumn comfort food favorite in Amish kitchens! Click here.
Double-Cheese Ham Bake: A delicious, wonderful comfort food favorite which does well in the autumn. Click here.
Amish Honey Bun Cake: This is so good, I loved it , click here.
Sour Cream Apple Pie: Amazing apple pie. To read more: This is a delicious sour cream apple pie recipe that comes to us from the New Order Amish settlement of Lyndonville, New York. This is a lush area rich in orchards not far from the shores of Lake Ontario. As apple season ramps up, this is a great time to try this pie. Rachel and I had some apples from a nearby orchard, so we put some into this pie. We used "honeycrisp" apples, a delicious fruit which tastes a lot like its name. This pie recipe uses sour cream, so it gives it a slightly custardy feel. A really delicious pie for a crisp fall day! Click here.
Sour Cream Spice Cake: A classic.....delicious and flavorful. Click here for the recipe, this is a super cake.
Colonial Pumpkin Bars: Excellent autumn dessert, easy and so good. Click here.