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    Cookin' with Dom

    Recipes of Dom DeLuise.

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    From Dom DeLuise. This is good on salads or as a marinade. For a creamy dressing, add 2 tablespoons of sour cream. You can use 1/4 teaspoon dried basil instead of the fresh. This is a very tart dressing, so feel free to adjust the proportions of oil and vinegar.

    Recipe #375621

    From Dom DeLuise. Cooking time does not include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #392430

    From Dom DeLuise. Serve this on a bed of lettuce.

    Recipe #375616

    From Dom DeLuise. The original Caesar Salad did not have anchovies, and this doesn't, either.

    Recipe #392426

    This is one of Dom Deluise's recipes that we just love and I so needed to post so that others may enjoy it. It's from "On the House with Dom Deluise" website. It's so easy and quick to make.

    Recipe #310584

    From Dom DeLuise. For the dressing you can use Recipe #392430, or whatever dressing you prefer.

    Recipe #392521

    From Dom DeLuise. A simple dish with no meat or tomatoes. The heat from the pasta will cook the eggs.

    Recipe #392540

    Another recipe from Dom's children's book, King Bob's New Clothes. This is a great way for the kids to make dessert, and have fun at the same time.

    Recipe #13918

    Dom DeLuise, who passed away on May 4, 2009, was not only a great comedian. He was also an excellent cook. Here is one of his recipes. You can use any kind of Italian sausage you prefer. Be sure not to cover the pan, or the vegetables will be steamed. Serve with hot Italian bread.

    Recipe #370554

    From Dom DeLuise. Be sure not to overcook the eggs. The original does not say what kind of grated cheese to use on top. I chose Parmesan, but you can use whatever you want. Serve with hot Italian bread.

    Recipe #375637

    This recipe came from the back of Dom DeLuise's children's book, King Bob's New Clothes. Of course these are good, and easy enough for the kids to make or help with.

    Recipe #13722

    This is a tasty treat. Not diet fare for sure!

    Recipe #140435

    A Dom Deluise recipe. This actually dates back to the Depression era. It's inexpensive, tasty and good for you. Make sure you use uncooked rice in this recipe. Serve with additional grated cheese. Note: I've read the reviews and adjusted the liquid.

    Recipe #375717

    A super fast beer bread that is tasty and simple. From his cookbook: Eat This. . .It'll make you feel better!

    Recipe #337542

    That's Dom DeLuise's Mamma. The recipe originated in Spinosa, Italy. If you want a carnivorous variation, you can some spareribs and/or Italian sausages with the garlic, and brown well before adding anything else. To make this completely vegetarian, use vegetable stock in place of chicken stock. You can add water or a little more broth if the soup is too thick. Serve with hot Italian bread.

    Recipe #375613

    I got allot of these, I bought tons of recipe boxes from an auction recently, they are all on hand written index cards. NOTE: none of these have time or servings on them so I am guesstimating those.

    Recipe #194732

    I got this recipe from my Cooking Light friends though this isn't exactly a light recipe! But it's oh so good!

    Recipe #227904


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