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    My late father only knew how to cook two dishes and this was one. The type of apples you use will determine how mushy your apple sauce turns out. Cooking apples will turn into the texture of commercial applesauce while others will keep their shape even after the cooking. Either way it's delicious. The recipe can easily be doubled (or tripled...or quadrupled) to serve a crowd.

    Recipe #70097

    Back in the late 60's and early 70's, Betty Crocker sold a boxed noodles romanoff that I absolutely loved! When they quit making it, I set about the task of duplicating the recipe. I remember my mom telling me as a kid that the BC version was full of sour cream and garlic. With that memory as my guide, and after many tries, I came up with a blend that I thought tasted the closest and have been using it ever since. Before posting, I reviewed the existing noodles romanoff recipes on 'zaar and didn't see one quite like mine, but I did see that many others also loved the Betty Crocker version. I hope this lives up to their memory as much as it did to mine.

    Recipe #236522

    This is the easy way to give everybody a twice baked potato. Makes a nice casserole!

    Recipe #26043

    12 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is an old Betty Crocker recipe that has been used by our family for years. The page is stained and wrinkled from so much use. Haven't found a better recipe for this traditional recipe yet! My only modification in this recipe is less salt, and we use oil instead of shortening.

    Recipe #39703

    Tired of mashed, baked and fried potatoes? Well I was. This recipe came to me through experimentation. I have taken this side dish to pot-lucks, various outings, and picnics and I am always asked for the recipe. Excellent side dish and VERY EASY to make. Hope you enjoy it too!

    Recipe #11433

    Pimento peppers and garlic make for a great potato side dish from the French-Spanish border.Thanks to Nick of emazing for sharing this great recipe !

    Recipe #16018

    Easy to assemble, deliciously creamy and a great choice for once-a-month cooking. And there is NO canned cream soup in my enchiladas -- Hope you give them a try!

    Recipe #129926

    36 Reviews |  By lazyme

    A tasty way to fix pork chops that can be grilled or prepared in the oven. The sauce is also good on ham. From Pillsbury Grilling & Picnics. Be sure to use a good maple syrup from the US's Northeast region.

    Recipe #190661

    As a lover of Indian food, I searched and experimented for a long time before finally coming up with this recipe for genuine Indian restaurant-style tandoori chicken that you can make in your own home oven. This recipe was just voted best tandoori chicken in San Francisco by our "completely unbiased" review panel (consisting of several friends who have haunted San Francisco's Indian restaurants with us for the last few years!) Seriously, if you like Tandoori chicken, you are going to love this one -- and it's easy, on top of that... The quantities below make enough marinade for 4 generous servings -- we usually make a package each of 6 drumsticks and 6 thighs, but it would work equally well for a breast and leg quarter each for 4, as well.

    Recipe #327824

    5 Reviews |  By m0m

    This is so easy and elegant. A friend that does not cook served it at a luncheon! I believe the recipe is from the Houston Chronicle food section. I have used crushed pecans instead of walnuts with good results.

    Recipe #98623

    Complete comfort food. Great on a cold day.

    Recipe #67426

    I used to babysit a whole gaggle of kids and slow cooking sandwiches on the stove top just wasnt practical! This is a nice oven baked alternative. If you are really in a hurry, use the broiler! (For a full lunch, I would add two slices of turkey or ham to each sandwich)

    Recipe #63737

    These chops remain moist and tender, and the sauce is to die for! You probably have all the ingredients in your kitchen to make this! Serve these chops over rice!

    Recipe #34499

    A true Southern delicacy! I didn't know I even liked Pimento Cheese! This stuff is addictive... so addictive I am having a lock installed on my refrigerator (not to keep me out - but in case the neighbors find out!). I have picked at Pimento Cheese spreads at parties and potlucks but never have the desire to make my own... and then I was asked if I would make a batch for a friend...This is a cross between her mom's recipe and my creativity. Great on Celery Sticks, Crackers, Bread... even straight out of the bowl! Even picky four year olds liked it!

    Recipe #167613

    17 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is very popular in our house. The kids love the strips they can eat with their fingers and dip into the gravy. They prefer to have french fries with this so they can dip them in the gravy, too. Most definitely a Texas (or Oklahoma) recipe - Southwestern U.S. NOTE: Although this isn't a low fat recipe, it doesn't contain anywhere near the amount indicated in the nutrition facts which include all the oil. If the oil is hot enough when you add the steak strips, it will absorb very little oil. Also, you can drain the cooked steak strips on paper towels to absorb more fat.

    Recipe #37730

    8 Reviews |  By Mika G.

    This is a wonderful little cake you can use with either fruit or ice cream. It's also great by itself. I love it because I always have the ingredients on hand for a fast dessert.

    Recipe #259901

    18 Reviews |  By keen5

    This is a great late night snack or party spread! It comes from Taste of Home magazine.

    Recipe #78575

    69 Reviews |  By Tish

    This is fairly close to Boston Market's Squash Casserole. I've only had it a few times but its gooood. You can make this recipe to freeze ahead for OAMC. You'll be happy to have it in the freezer, I promise! :)

    Recipe #77201

    From a Women's Weekly Dinner Party Cookbook. A nice change from plain rice! If you have any leftovers, add some cooked peas, canned tuna & some cream for an easy tuna rice dish, yum!

    Recipe #216575

    I'm from White Castle country and these are pretty close to the real thing. My kids enjoyed them years ago when I would make this for them.

    Recipe #283524

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