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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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    This is delicious served with mash to soak up the sauce. If you have only hot curry powder or horseradish, use slightly less than suggested in the recipe. To freeze: Make the whole casserole, omitting the parsley garnish. Allow to cool then freeze in an airtight container for up to 1 month. Thaw overnight in the fridge, then reheat gently on the hob, stirring regularly. Bring to the boil then simmer the casserole for 10 minutes until piping hot. Garnish and serve.

    Recipe #254196

    A healthy and tasty cracker that keeps well for several days if they last that long. You can replace the ground seeds with another 1/2 cup of brown rice flour if you prefer. I grind seeds in a clean coffee grinder. They weren't crispy with the coconut oil originally called for but they are very crispy made with olive oil.

    Recipe #321887

    "No cook" recipe from "Cooking Light Cookbook, 1989". You can add salt and pepper to taste.

    Recipe #154761

    Another way to use an over abundance of squash in your garden.

    Recipe #19392

    So fresh and tart. I really like the combo of lemon-lime with pork although you could use this marinade and bbq sauce recipe for any meat or veggie you like.

    Recipe #332381

    from "5 spices, 50 dishes" by ruta kahate

    Recipe #385709

    Smuckers Baking Healthy replaces all the butter in my recipes. I love this stuff. Most recipes are hit or miss but this one has a nice nutty undertone. Yummy with an Iced Coffee.

    Recipe #98822

    Low fat, high protein dessert i magically came up with after gym. Perfect post workout snack or for late at night when u don't want to be too naughty! :P Note: to make lactose free, just replace Skim Milk with Soy Milk or Lactose Free milk.

    Recipe #301524

    2 Reviews |  By Monou

    I found this on a vegan website during Finals week (aah, chocolate!). If you can make a cup of hot chocolate from scratch, you have all the ingredients for this recipe--it doesn't require confectioner's sugar, butter, or solid chocolate. The original recipe called for cornstarch, but I used besan (gram flour/chickpea flour) instead. I also didn't have vanilla, so I stirred in a packet of non-dairy, flavoured creamer at the end. Yum!

    Recipe #148160

    Rachael Ray. DH is going to eat himself into a food coma when I make this for him!

    Recipe #232462

    This is a wonderful Dinner Roll recipe that we use for holidays and special occasions. Much better than store bought! I have copied it from a since not remembered cookbook and kept using it for years. We can't get through the holidays without it!

    Recipe #344995

    This is perfect for any kind of party; even childrens' parties, formal or casual. Change the fruit and type of nuts to suit the occasion. 1 family sized package of Jello, any flavor you like, prepare the jello using a matching fruit and juice for the water, and the "speed set" recipe on the box but DO NOT PUT IN FRIDGE! SUGGESTIONS * Orange Jello with Canned Mandarin Orange slices * strawberry Jello with frozen strawberries * lime jello with canned pears and marichino cherries * cherry jello with a good fruit thingytail * raspberry jello with frozen raspberries * blue jello with canned black berries or blueberries The 2 hours' cook time listed is mainly to allow the mold to set.

    Recipe #111890

    This is great for a dressing, stuffing, as a bed for Shrimp Scampi, or by itself. You can buy those little crab shells to stuff and broil, mold it into a loaf pan and bake, or use it to dress any main meat entree. This is a recipe from my wife's mother's collection.

    Recipe #111148

    1 Reviews |  By Pagan

    This is one of Elswet's mother's recipes. We don't know where Her mother got it, but she was known for being an expert experimental Kitchen Witch. ;) This goes great with Elswet's Jasmine Rice, Recipe#109059.

    Recipe #173080

    1 Reviews |  By Pagan

    This is an old recipe from Elswet's mother. We have no idea where it came from, but the family name was McQueen. ;) This is the diabetic version. The alternate ["normal"] ingredients are listed as comments.

    Recipe #177523

    2 Reviews |  By Pagan

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This is most excellent if you're a cheese cake fan! While this isn't a traditional cheese cake, this is a superior CREAM cheese cake recipe. It's home made cheese cake, but it's not New York style. It's Southern style and it has a wonderful lemony flavor. ABOUT THE ICING This is a very versatile recipe as you can finish this one off any way you like. You can use canned pie filling (any flavor), you can make a standard butter cream icing to drizzle over the top, or you can purchase a commercial cream cheese frosting, warm it in the microwave and drizzle THAT over the top. I like them all. *LOL*.

    Recipe #111892

    2 Reviews |  By Pagan

    This is a very simple recipe, which is also a great treat anytime! Whether you're on a sugar-restricted diet, or not, this is a lovely diversion. I hope you enjoy it. If you are watching your sugar, this will be allowable no more than twice per week. If you are watching your cholesterol, blueberries are known cholesterol blockers AND high in anti-oxidents [cancer cell-blockers]!

    Recipe #241357

    2 Reviews |  By Pagan

    This is another of our breakfast favorites with reasonable sugar and low fat. It was adapted from Elswet's mother's Tried and True's. We use Altern [Walmart Brand] sweetener and plain [non-instant and non-quick] oatmeal. I'm so sorry people seem to be having bad experiences with this recipe. We use it all the time and love it. :] PLEASE NOTE: There is NOTHING wrong with this recipe! I make it all the time, and just made it again, using these directions. The recipe calls for 1 1/4 cups warm water PLUS 1 tablespoon warm water. Apparently, people are missing the 1 1/4 cups warm water, and only using 1 tablespoon, so DUH it won't work that way!

    Recipe #177521

    2 Reviews |  By jmelyn

    I really should use my crock pot more often. I mean, you get tasty results (such as this) with a minimum of work. My kind of kitchen appliance.

    Recipe #99523

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