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    5-Ingredient Fix Contest Entry. These little cakes are packed with so much flavor. They are perfect for a side dish or an appetizer. So simple to make using Simply Potatoes shredded Hash Browns & they are absolutely delicious!

    Recipe #496591

    Made with Cracker Barrel pancake mix (the best pancake mix in the world) and so light but decadent! My family thought I picked this up from restaurant take out. I could hardly convince them I concocted the recipe myself! A must try recipe...easy and quick too.

    Recipe #429172

    ZWT7 Switzerland. Where did chocolate fondue originate? Answer: http://www.europeancuisines.com/Switzerland-Swiss-Chocolate-Fondue-History-And-Basic-Recipe. Recipe from http://www.godiva.com.

    Recipe #423713

    A favorite in my house, plates are licked clean! its best with my homemade enchilada sauce, by far! but can be made with 2 cans enchilada sauce with 1/8 tsp cinnamon, 2 tbs cilantro, and 1 tsp onion powder, added.

    Recipe #406980

    An easy, cheap and quick version of the gravy used for French Dip Subs. No need to buy those expensive dry mix packets anymore!

    Recipe #397515

    The soup we know as gazpacho originated in Spain's southern region of Andalusia. Farm harvesters traditionally prepared their lunches in the fields by pounding garlic, stale bread, water, olive oil, and salt in a large wooden bowl, forming a sort of nourishing paste to which they added cold water. Legend maintains that Christopher Columbus took barrels of this paste on his first voyage to the New World. Discovering tomatoes, cucumbers, and bell peppers in the Andes, he added them to the mix, creating the liquid salad we still call gazpacho. From "The Florida Keys Cookbook". Prep/Cook time DOES NOT include overnight refrigeration time.

    Recipe #370932

    I admit I hated them as a kid too. I was at deer camp a few years ago and one of my uncles brought a bunch he had from the farmers market. Knowing my culinary aptitude, he tossed the bag at me and said "see what you can do with these" This being a hunting camp, the pressure was on. I couldn't make some fancy dish, so I tried to keep it simple and came up with this. You can use any smoked sausage you like, I prefer a Portuguese linguisa, but you can use kielbasa, bacon or ham as well. You can omit the crushed red pepper if you don't like a bit of heat. Can be served as a side dish or a main course. This is the only way to eat brussel sprouts IMO.

    Recipe #325685

    If you love Buffalo wings, here is the recipe for you!! Serve with salty tortilla chips or any other chips you like. The salt helps to bring out the flavor. Can be served hot or cold, but I prefer mine hot. If you make this, there won't be any leftovers at the party!! If you want to make this recipe lower fat, you can use Neuchatel Cheese and fat-free blue cheese. DO NOT use lower fat shredded cheese since it doesn't melt well. Just use less of it!

    Recipe #303418

    This is an adaptation of several chicken salad recipes in an attempt to make chicken salad similar to Cush's Grocery in Shreveport, LA.

    Recipe #287163

    A simple appetizer that always looks impressive. Can be made up to 1 day in advance. Keep refrigerated. This uses one large packet of the smoked sliced salmon that you find in the deli. The appetizers should look similar to small sushi rolls

    Recipe #271457

    Another Alton Brown masterpiece from the American Classic I Good Eats episode, 2007. I list the original full measurements that he gave below. However, I'm not a big raw onion person, so used only half a sliced onion, and, for health reasons, cut the amount of bacon in half, which didn't diminish the flavor of the recipe in the least. I could happily gorge on spinach salad all day! **Alton recommends loose leaf Savoy or semi-Savoy spinach, if available, eschewing the bagged varieties for freshness reasons. Since I couldn't find any loose leaf, however, I just carefully checked the bagged kind for any brown or slimy areas, and went organic for an extra health kick. **Alton has his own method of hard-boiling eggs. I simply put them in hot water with an "Eggsact Eggtimer" and simmer them until the device reads Hard! Have never had a problem with grey yolks, etc. **If you're lucky enough to find slab (unsliced) bacon, it's easiest to wrap it in parchment paper and slice it yourself to a generous 1/4" thick, discarding the paper ribbon when done. **Finally, if you don't have red wine vinegar on hand, I got away with 2 T balsamic vinegar plus 1 T apple cider vinegar.

    Recipe #256766

    This is so easy to put together with only 5 ingredients. Its a very hearty meal that can be used as a side dish or a main meal.

    Recipe #227127

    32 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    This is excellent. A friend at work gave me the recipe and she got it off the internet. I made it tonight with a few minor changes and loved it. It makes a lot but reheats well.

    Recipe #227043

    How can you go wrong with bread and hot melted cheese? This is the actual recipe used at The Melting Pot. It's not exactly a secret since they make it at the table, but our waitress even told me the exact amounts and I wrote them down!

    Recipe #210658

    Slow cooking is the best method for an eye of round roast, I have cooked eye of round many times in a Crock-Pot with fantastic results, and you can use blade roast in place of the eye of round. The gravy from this roast goes well with mashed potatoes. Do not add in any extra salt to this recipe and use only low sodium beef broth for this. If you are an onion lover, then you could add in a small chopped or sliced onion if desired. Remember, do not lift the lid of the Crock-Pot while cooking. Each time you do, the heat is lost and you will need to cook it for a longer time.

    Recipe #204976

    Wow this is good! Tastes just like buffalo chicken/hot wings in a creamy and filling soup! Fast and simple too! I am not usually a fan of anything with canned cream soups but when I tried this I just had to have the recipe. There are lots of recipes here on Zaar for substitutes for canned cream soup that could be used with great results. I have listed that this makes a gallon, actually it makes just shy of a gallon of soup. From TOH with tweaks from Mama.

    Recipe #200044

    This is a great soup for crisp fall evenings. I used thighs or breasts for the cooked chicken and this would be great for leftover chicken.

    Recipe #193205

    These are Ham Crescent rolls with a melted cream cheese sauce inside. Yum. They stopped selling these in our area a few years ago. I made this recipe when I had some extra cheese and honey ham in the fridge. Got the idea from Pepperoni Crescent recipe #41577. I also want to try these with Roast Beef slices, provolone cheese and maybe some horseradish/dijon or honey mustard. The possibilities are endless. Have fun with this recipe, add any combo you like... just watch the "browning". Also, if you wrap them a little different from the crescent shape, meaning roll the outer point of the dough towards one end of the roll it will look like a mini hot pocket. My kids loved these, and the pepperoni ones, too. Great recipe to get rid of leftover lunchmeat and cheeses. Just buy the crescents and bake!

    Recipe #185074

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This sweet and spicy butter is great on almost anything.

    Recipe #184307

    There are lots of good fried corn recipes on the Zaar but there is NO bacon in this dish. It uses butter instead. I also thought the basil added was a great touch. I got this recipe from her magazine. Quick and easy. I bet you can use frozen corn too.

    Recipe #181797

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