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    3 star or less recipes that were in my general cookbook. A few of them I have made but mostly not. Created for Bargain Basement Tag game
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    1 Reviews |  By Tread

    One of my favorites is the BBQ chicken pasta at Semolina's. This recipe was copied from a cooking demonstration by one of the Semolina's chefs on the New Orleans PBS station. It's very close to what you get at Semolina's. I prefer chicken thighs but if you must boneless breasts work fine. P.S., if the best thing you ever tasted came out of a cassarole dish, this might be a little out there for you.

    Recipe #434085

    I invented this for a Halloween party at work several years ago. It is based on traditionsal Iranian "khoresh" (stew). It went over extremely well, and no one knew they were eating lamb.

    Recipe #192157

    2 Reviews |  By LisaAD

    Clipped from the News Herald via Associated Press. by J.M. Hirsch Exotic flavors for a leek and potato soup!

    Recipe #257418

    1 Reviews |  By VegBear

    This batter is delicious, so fluffy. Mushrooms, sweet potatoes, broccoli, tempeh . . . everything tastes good in it. I used it to batter tempeh for a sweet and sour dish.

    Recipe #152214

    From food and wine magazine. We used squares of filo pastry when we made this which worked well in place of wonton wrappers.

    Recipe #207927

    it is very easy to make & it does not take alot of time. It is not real saucy.

    Recipe #39775

    DH and I love Sesame Tofyu, but the kids always turn their noses up at the idea. Since I am not a short order cook, I only make one "daily special" for dinner. DS got into the kitchen with me and we modified the recipe. This is what we created.

    Recipe #471847

    1 Reviews |  By Nimue2

    A wonderful bread for those cool fall days. Makes a delightful breakfast toast. (Preparation time includes rising time).

    Recipe #38304

    1 Reviews |  By TerriB

    Made this for my freezer meal group this month and it turned out yummy! Adapted/combined several other recipes to come up with this. Stir fry everything in sesame oil or peanut oil for more flavor, then sprinkle with sesame seeds or peanuts at the very end. Very adaptable recipe - enjoy!

    Recipe #350077

    1 Reviews |  By ChrisMc

    Fun wraps with an Asian flavor - nice for a slightly upscale lunch or picnic (bring lots of napkins, though).

    Recipe #32923

    This is adapted from a Williams Sonoma recipe. The squash cooks thoroughly and the softer pieces dissolve and help thicken the sauce. This works best in a large crock pot.

    Recipe #262747

    1 Reviews |  By rsarahl

    Easy, elegant and you'd never guess there's tofu in there unless you're the cook! This recipe is kid friendly and makes a great protein packed breakfast, afternoon snack or dessert.

    Recipe #77650

    2 Reviews |  By Tish

    Whether you love the "dump" chicken terminology or not you have to love the simplicity of the recipe! Hope you enjoy :D

    Recipe #240431

    I was shocked there was nothing like this on here already. I have a love affair with bran flakes cereal but, always looking to eliminate processed foods form my diet I went in search of this recipe! I haven't tried it but hope to soon. Hopefully less sodium and just as tasty as the boxed cereal--more economical too?

    Recipe #159985

    This is a recipe from "The Best Slow Cooker Cookbook Ever" by Natalie Haughton

    Recipe #174961

    Delicious, flavourfull runny icing for drizzling, glazing or thin icing. It comes out a dark pink and has a citrusy-apple taste.

    Recipe #223957

    1 Reviews |  By M&A's

    This is very similar to the one I used to make as a vegetarian, but I had a small amount of meat to use up, so I tried this. Again it's also good as a burrito filling and topped with whatever you normally like on your chili. I use reduced fat cheddar cheese or maybe sour cream.

    Recipe #305112

    An online recipe using peas was inspiration, i didnt expect this to be so amazingly yummy! Goes great with a big and nice steak! well, havent tried the steak, but would imagine one right here on the plate!

    Recipe #245247

    This is a recipe I made up one night with the ingredients I had on hand. It's very quick to make and it has a great deal of flavor from the "crispy" garlic. Try alternate/additional veggies -- mushrooms, red bell pepper, zucchini, spinach, artichokes, peapods, etc. Or substitute shrimp or scallops for the crab. Most dry or fresh pastas would work in this recipe.

    Recipe #15353

    I love crepes, and I got very tired of eggs for breakfast after going low-carb. These are best with savory ingredients (because of the buckwheat), but you could fill with berries and sugar-free whipped cream instead.

    Recipe #347134

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