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    Seasonal recipes for the months of winter. Ingredients include potatoes, cabbage, winter squash, Brussels sprouts, kale, citrus, onions, garlic. Stews and comfort foods. Dried beans, rice, pantry staples. [Photo: Irish Potato Soup]
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    This recipe is from Isa Chandra (post punk kitchen). It's easy, elegant and lemony. Pure Bliss! I tend to double the sauce, just because it is that good. Serve over mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #478751

    Received this in an email. Recipe was submitted by Monica; this is a great make-ahead recipe. 1 hash brown cup = 2 Weight Watchers PointsPlus *10/24/13 made these with dried chives instead of green onions-I think I would prefer the green onions ( didn't have any) and maybe cheddar rather than parmesan*

    Recipe #496093

    I made this for friends last evening and served it with an Italian Pot Roast and boy was it delicious! I did not have whipping cream on hand, and substituted 2% milk and it turned out great!

    Recipe #205239

    4 Reviews |  By Olha

    This is a very simple but delicious recipe for beef braised in Indian spices. Ground almonds are used to thicken the sauce, and yogurt may be added if you prefer a creamier result. Good served over fragrant basmati rice, accompanied by steamed green beans and warm naan, an Indian bread.

    Recipe #81533

    3 Reviews |  By byZula

    From Food Network Kitchens. Copyright 2001 Television Food Network, G.P. All rights reserved.

    Recipe #127919

    Forget the canned stuff, this is a LOT better and yet easy to make, too!

    Recipe #264191

    A golden-coloured casserole with a mellow spiced flavour. An easy supper dish to serve with Basmati rice. Adapted from Slow Cooker book by Sara Lewis.

    Recipe #202953

    A friend of mine surprised us with this for dinner one night. She just delivered it to our door. I knew I had to have the recipe. It's such a different entree. Vegetarian and yet SO hardy! The instructions are long, but the process isn't. Don't let the length of the recipe scare you out of a delightful and interesting meal! Be sure to use your food processor to save some time!

    Recipe #123623

    Very flavorful. Goes well with either Spanish or Mexican food.

    Recipe #99773

    Refer to Pomodoro Sauce recipe for basic tomato sauce.

    Recipe #317595

    My Mother found this recipe many many years ago in a local newspaper. The original clipping is long gone now, but it remains a family favorite year after year. You can add mashed potatoes, gravy, leftover veggies...it's all good!"

    Recipe #398914

    This is a recipe I found in one of my recipe magazines (I think Cook's Country). It is a really nice side dish with grilled meat or fish and, it is a nice alternative to your everyday potatoes.

    Recipe #326059

    So good, you won't ever go back to just plain tuna!

    Recipe #279749

    A zippy twist on a basic zucchini soup recipe. Easy to make in a crock pot or stovetop and delicious taste! Adjust the amount of jalapeno you add to your desired heat, we like it nice and spicy.

    Recipe #463446

    2 Reviews |  By Demelza

    I had seen a similar recipe to this & made a few adjustments to suit our family. I usually make this soup on the stove, but have used a slow cooker for it. We prefer it done on the stove. Adjust the garlic to your own preference, I tend to go on the light side as it can easily overpower the flavours in the soup. I use pot barley, but pearl barley is fine. Use any type of mushrooms you like. Don't leave out the dill weed or the soy sauce, they are an important part of the seasoning in this soup. Serve it with a nice fresh soft or crusty roll or loaf of bread. This will serve 4 as a main course, or about 8 people as a starter.

    Recipe #448063

    2 Reviews |  By Kohtzy

    One of our favorite family recipes! I know there are a lot of "Turkey Tetrazzini" recipes on Zaar, but I think you will love this one. This comes from Betty Crocker's Best Loved Recipes. Let me know what you think. Enjoy!

    Recipe #286515

    As I've said before, I LOVE mushrooms, so here is another great recipe using them. Make this with a variety of mushrooms,and hot paprika, or smoked paprika, very nice. This is from Marie on another recipe site. Mega suggested the following: "One thing I changed was to use an 8oz brick of low fat cream cheese instead of the milk and flour. " Give it a try!

    Recipe #135215

    1 Reviews |  By flower7

    I adopted this from the Recipezaar account. It was good as is, but I had to make a couple changes for it to work for me. Came out a little runny (maybe because I used skim milk), so may need some additional adjustment. I would probably change out the mozzarella for Monterey jack or a Mexican cheese next time also. Good served with sour cream.

    Recipe #7028

    Condensed Cream Of Mushroom Soup is very uncommon here and is therefore pretty expensive. Here is what I use instead, it would also be good if you prefer not to use the highly processed version and would be a good way to reduce salt if you use low sodium broth or could be made vegetarian by using vegetable broth

    Recipe #497727

    These amazing Italian baked meatballs are from the world famous Frankies Spuntino Restaurant in Brooklyn, New York! Perfectly textured, not at all dense but not falling-apart crumbly, with just the right amount of egg, bread crumbs, garlic, and cheese throughout. But what really makes these meatballs special is the addition of raisins and pine nuts. At the restaurant, they come three to an order with plenty of tomato sauce for sopping and a generous grating of Pecorino. I like to keep a bag of these delectable meatballs on hand in my freezer to pop into a pot of my Easy Spaghetti recipe #278033. Wonderful! Enjoy with a nice glass of red wine such as Chianti. Buon appetito!

    Recipe #452689

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