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    Another recipe from Anne Lindsay's Lighthearted Everyday Cooking. You can use this recipe to sneak vegetables into the diet of the veggie-phobic :). Make this recipe healthier by using low-fat cottage cheese and low-fat mozzarella.

    Recipe #377757

    This low fat version of burritos is one of DD's favourite recipes.When DD was younger I used it as a way to sneak in veggies that she wouldn't otherwise eat. The original recipe was found in Anne Lindsay's Lighthearted Everyday Cooking.

    Recipe #377781

    DH loves Mexican and requests it often. This recipe is from Company's Coming Greatist Hits Mexican. It's a good way to eat tacos without all the mess (even though it may not be authentic). You can make the beef sauce a day ahead and refrigerate it. Just heat thoroughly before assembling.

    Recipe #381210

    I found this method of making tortilla bowls for Mexican salads in Company's Coming Greatist Hits Mexican. Make as many as you need. If using corn tortillas, use the microwave method as they tend to crack in the oven.

    Recipe #381215

    From Chatelaine Food Express Quickies, a quick sweet sauce to enhance chocolate or pound cake. This recipe works best using a 5% butterfat yogurt. Low-fat yogurt may separate when heated.

    Recipe #387719

    Do you have some bananas that need to be used up? This is a great recipe from Chatelaine Food Express Quickies which uses chocolate cake mix. You can have a lovely cake ready in under 45 minutes. When I made this I used Dr.Oetker Added Touch Devil's Food Cake Mix. The cake mix package size was 520 g and I baked it in a bundt pan for 45 min.

    Recipe #387998

    This is absolutely the easiest way to preserve all those tomatoes from your garden. You don't even need to peel them before freezing. Family friends in Northern Ontario used to do this but this method was found in Chatelaine Food Express Quickies. The servings depend on how many tomatoes you're freezing. Preparation time also depends on how many tomatoes you intend on freezing.

    Recipe #388194

    Here's a twist on the traditional baked potato from Chatelaine Food Express Quickies 2

    Recipe #391349

    Another cookie recipe for my "to try" list from Canadian Living Muffins and Cookies. *Preparation time includes 30 minutes refrigeration time

    Recipe #391572

    This is a delightfully light, airy and simple cookie which is a perfect addition to your Christmas collection. The recipe was found in The Canadian Living Cooking Collection Muffins and Cookies.

    Recipe #391573

    My mother asked me to bring scalloped to Thanksgiving dinner. This is my usual recipe. It's really easy to make. When I first started making it DD asked me to add chopped broccoli to it next time. When she's home I do just that. It adds a nice bit of colour and flavour to this dish. If you use your food processor to slice the potatoes and chop the onions, preparation is a breeze. Found in Anne Lindsay's Lighthearted Everyday Cooking.

    Recipe #393077

    This is a great weeknight dinner. It takes just over 1/2 hour to get on the table and uses simple, easy to find ingredients. I found the recipe on Chatelaine Magazine's web site. It's also easy to cut the recipe in half.

    Recipe #393590

    I love squash and this is a simple, quick way to prepare it. It's perfect for days when time is in short supply. I like this recipe because there is no additonal sugar. This recipe is from Jean Pare's Company's Coming Microwave Cooking.

    Recipe #393858

    Here's a quick recipe for scalloped that my family enjoys. There's no cheese in this version. The recipe comes from Company's Coming Microwave Cooking by Jean Pare.

    Recipe #393973

    A deliciously smooth, sweet soup. My mother used to make sweet milk soups when I was growing up. I think that this kind of soup in customary mainly in Northern Europe. From Jean Pare's Company's Coming Soups & Sandwiches. Cooking time is chill time.

    Recipe #397154

    Here's a very simple and basic ham sandwich spread from Jean Pare's Company's Coming Soups & Sandwiches. You can make this as written, increase the quantity of chopped onion or add things like chopped celery and mustard to add more flavour. This recipe should be enough to make 4 sandwiches.

    Recipe #397918

    Tourtière is a French Canadian meat pie which is traditionally served at Christmas. It may be made from pork, beef or a combination of meats sometimes including veal. Different regions in Quebec have their own traditional recipes. Some regions use game such as hare or duck rather than beef and pork. The pies should not have too much filling as they are just a part of the whole traditional Christmas dinner. It's usually served with tomato ketchup. This recipe is the creation of Mme Jehane Benoit, a famous Quebec cooking expert who received the Order of Canada for her contributions to Canadian cuisine. I found this recipe on recipesource.com and on blogger.com where it was posted by Lizzy Ferland. It is originally from the Canadiana Cookbook.

    Recipe #397976

    Here's a quick accompaniment for turkey or chicken soup. It a good way to use up leftover cranberry sauce from Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. From Jean Pare's Company's Coming Soups & Sandwiches.

    Recipe #398224

    This is a traditional Quebecois stew made from pork hocks. I'm looking for recipes that DH remembers from childhood. This one was found on bitsnbites.wordpress.com and grouprecipes.com .The stew is a modification of one by Jehane Benoit, a famous Quebec cook. For a richer stock, caramelize you onions and hocks until dark brown. You can use Recipe #356677 - Caramelized Onions. NOTE: The cooking time doesn't include the optional (but recommended to reduce fat content) overnight refrigeration time.

    Recipe #398226

    Theese are really good. They freeze very well. They have NO EGGS so are good for those with allergys.

    Recipe #223975

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