This recipe for Pecan Turtle Tart is recommended to save for Thanksgiving, and comes with high praise from its creator Desserts Required: "When I think of the word turtle, I think slow. When I serve my Pecan Turtle Tart, it is eaten so quickly that a turtle would barely have time to escape before the serving was gone."
This dish is a twist on a classic Southern staple, fried green tomatoes. Frying trout in tempura batter keeps it airy and crispy, and using fresh kernels for the creamed corn keeps the flavors fresh and light. This style of cooking is typical of the dishes we serve at Inovasi, which draw upon flavors from around the world to make innovative versions of familiar dishes.
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The rich dark chocolate and creamy, one-of-a-kind icing in this recipe are worthy of the lords and ladies of Downton Abbey. While later made famous by chef Julia Child, this cake was enjoyed in Europe — and made by chefs like Mrs. Patmore — for years before Julia Child came around.
Using a slow-cooker to make your Thanksgiving sides allows you more time to focus on the turkey and desserts. This creamy corn is filled with crunchy bacon.This recipe is courtest of Crock Pot Dump Meals.