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    All things to go on top- saucy, savory; and, of course not just ketchupy.

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    I serve this with granny smith apples or spread it on toast or pancakes.

    Recipe #214960

    Low cal dressing from Picture Perfect Weightloss Cookbook.

    Recipe #57586

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a slight change from the original pesto. Lemon zest keeps it lively. Pistachio's keeps it a little cheaper then pine nuts. If you don't like cilantro use all basil. I myself love cilantro. Serve over hot pasta, dollop of pesto in vegetable or chicken soup, use pesto instead of your favorite spread on your sandwich, top a pizza with it and spread some on salmon or chicken then bake.

    Recipe #110688

    We travel to Turkey every year in April for a holiday. This recipe is as close as we can get to the hummus we enjoy each year during our stay there.

    Recipe #6614

    This is a double-duty sauce -- it also does a stellar job as a basting sauce for a roasted whole bird!

    Recipe #65729

    This a fun recipe and all you crazy vegetarians, veg heads, can eat it too.

    Recipe #258182

    Rather than buying fajita seasoning, it's easy to make your own. Approximately 2 tablespoons equals 1 store-bought seasoning packet.

    Recipe #28011

    This recipe is one that my aunt gave me, and I have made some modifications. If you don't have peppers, I recomend Dave's Insanity Sauce (added 1 teeny drop at a time to taste).

    Recipe #107075

    My dad inspired this sauce, and I have experimented with it for 30 years. It is delicious on charcoal-grilled steak, chicken, hamburgers, and pork chops. My kids put it on their baked potato also. Some people really get into this sauce and pour large amounts over their food. You may need to double the recipe next time you make it. Marinate any leftovers in the remaining sauce for a great flavorful sliced steak sandwich the next day.

    Recipe #94231

    The ultimate lemon curd. Recipe can be increased as much as you like. Serve with scones, biscuits, toast etc. Can be used as a tart filling, cake filling and as an ingredient in lemon buttercream

    Recipe #37890

    My dad got this recipe from a Korean lady when he was in korea about 28 years ago.My mom makes it really really hot by adding more pepper but I like it with less.

    Recipe #16084

    A delicious salad for any occasion. If you are lucky enough to live where you can get fresh lettuce in December this would be fantastic on a Christmas table. Don't be squeamish about onions and raisins, they go really well together. I have seen similar receipts in Polish and Finnish cookbooks.

    Recipe #61387

    2 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    I have not made this myself. It's for a request on the recipe request board. This recipe is meant to be stored in the refrigerator, so if you intend to can it you will have to follow directions for you canner for low acid foods and make any necessary adjustments and process accordingly.

    Recipe #36778

    Want to impress at the next family dish to pass, here is just to thing. This is sweet and savory. I also like to use it as a condiment on steak.

    Recipe #61388

    Got this out of the local paper. It is so good! You could use it on almost anything. It goes great on grilled cheese too! I'm not sure how many servings it makes.

    Recipe #189190

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