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    Polish Stuffed Cabbage the way my Grandmother taught me. This is different from the other recipes on here for this dish.

    Recipe #194712

    This is great for people always on the go like me. I love rice so i put this together one day. These are all easy on-hand ingredients. The cheese and the fixin's is what makes this recipe! Also gluten-free!

    Recipe #195654

    Tasty dish you can enjoy with family or as a party dish. It looks like a lot, but is fast and easy! Serve with rice.

    Recipe #195674

    6 Reviews |  By Sue Z Q

    A great meal your whole family will love! It's also great to take to a potluck!

    Recipe #195691

    This is roast chicken and potatoes at it’s most wonderful! The flavours of lemon and garlic bring out the very best of the flavour of the chicken without overpowering it. Simple really is best sometimes….

    Recipe #195531

    1 Reviews |  By 4Susan

    A recipe from my mother-in-law who is an excellent cook! Of this recipe she says, "A dollop of plain *real* yogurt on top of each serving is relished by the Lebanese."

    Recipe #137619

    I am adding another zucchini recipe from the past. I have long forgotten exactly where it came from. Actual prep time will depend on how much time you spend shredding your cheese. Save money and shred you own. Save time and buy it already shredded.

    Recipe #64535

    From The Runner's Cookbook printed in 1979. (Used to run!) My ex-dog chewed up my original copy of this book, and recently I was able to buy a used copy. This is one of my favorite recipes from it. I usually double the recipe when making this because 3 servings are just not enough! Prep time includes making the rice.

    Recipe #59853

    My family's favorite. This is a very meaty lasagna. We prefer it with cottage cheese, but you can easily substitute ricotta.

    Recipe #28768

    Having grown up with these, I didn't realize that most folks have never heard of a wet burrito. It is a meat and bean (or all meat or all bean) burrito with a spicy gravy and cheese on top. They are available here in many restaurants, and no self respecting bar would be without one on the menu, lol! Once you try them, you'll never go back to "dry" burritos again! Don't let the long list of directions scare you, these are easy!

    Recipe #33665

    Satisfy your craving for something different tonight. It's good and fairly easy. This is stuff I usually have on hand too.

    Recipe #33919

    This is one of my late Polish grandmother's recipes out of an old book called "Polish Favorites". This variation has bread in the meat mixture, while her other recipe (which I am looking for) has rice in it.

    Recipe #41987

    This is a meal in one. This meal is great on a cold winter night. It even taste better the next day.

    Recipe #191652

    22 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a hearty traditional Polish dish consisting of boiled cabbage leaves stuffed with ground beef, chopped onions, and rice or barley, baked in a spicy tomato sauce with sliced carrots for sweetness and mushrooms for heartiness. I remember eating only the stuffing when I was young. Now I eat it all and my kids cabbage they don't want. It's worth all the work! You can cook stove top very low heat, I use a rack on the bottom of the pot then layer the rolls, to prevent burning! Off the top of my head I'd say it makes about 20 rolls (give or take). Smacznego!

    Recipe #51782

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I guess the Polish is coming out in me again! My mom's not so favorite (It's not hers) but I like it!! I've also cooked this slow cooker and stove top. Your choice. And many times cooked for three hours. Makes great left overs! Better the next day!

    Recipe #51719

    Great for those days when you stagger home from work and need dinner on the table fifteen minutes ago. So simple I'm a little embarrassed to call it a recipe. Tasty AND low fat.

    Recipe #38660

    An easy-to-make souffle, this is a sophisticated, versatile and very impressive-tasting recipe which I only make occasionally since it's not on my usual low-fat list but, oh, how very tasty! A breakfast, lunch or light dinner main course or even a complete meal in itself. BTW, you don't need an unusual frying pan for this, but just make sure it's 9-inch, non-stick for clean-up and flame proof for the broiler. Another good one from a Williams-Sonoma kitchen cookbook.

    Recipe #122888

    This is the genuine article, an Oaxacan specialty. Not to be called pizza. Better than the sum of its parts, the texture is key. I served with a Louisiana hot sauce, you may want to serve with salsa if you are not into things too hot. Other beans would also work well with this. As published in the NY Times. By Mark Bittman, the Minimalist.

    Recipe #183636

    An Israeli dish served at Ori Apple, a hummus restaurant on St. Marks Place in Lower Manhattan. An "eat anytime" dish. From an article in the Wednesday food section of the New York Times.

    Recipe #179597

    Before I knew the difference between a butternut squash and spaghetti squash, I bought the former by accident and discovered the taste was much better than spaghetti squash in this recipe. There are other spaghetti squash recipes posted but IMHO this is simpler, lighter and fresher tasting. There is less clean-up involved too. I think the original recipe was based off one I found in The New Basics cookbook.

    Recipe #119315

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