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    I like this recipe for the taste and because it all fits into my 4 quart crock pot (packed). After the batch is done, I can them into jars for home use and gifts. To make it easier on myself, I use my spiral apple peeler/corer.

    Recipe #143307

    This is my son's favorite meal. I make it with shrimp for him for his birthday every year. GREAT for company because it is so easy and yet taste wonderful! I cook this in the microwave, but I'm sure you could do it on the stove too. Times are what work in my microwave. Please use your own good judgment on times to use in your microwave. (In my quest to eat healthier, I now make it with light butter, light cream and reduced fat Parmesan cheese. It still tastes wonderful, but there isn't any guilt!) PLEASE NOTE! This is an "authentic" Alfredo sauce recipe! Real Alfredo sauce *only* contains butter, cream, Parmesan cheese and pepper. It will be thin and there is no garlic in it! If you want a thicker sauce or one with garlic like modern restaurants serve, please look elsewhere! Recipe #52892 and Recipe #8596 are two good places to start.

    Recipe #76

    291 Reviews |  By Bev

    This is a recipe I have developed over a number of years. This is the only spaghetti sauce my family will request! Very easy to make. I hope your family enjoys it as much as mine does!

    Recipe #26217

    Don't know if it's 'correct' or authentic but it's good. Hubby had me make a batch to can. Of course, you can add as much or little chipotle as your palate desires. Next time, I plan to use prepared chili sauce instead of the ketchup.

    Recipe #136956

    An ultra-hot chilli tomato relish that we like as a dip for vege chips. It can also be used in stir-fries, BBQ's, sauces, marinades etc.

    Recipe #120101

    OK, the name's silly, but this version of pesto is really good! The recipe makes enough to generously sauce 1 lb of your favourite pasta. Developed for RSC #6. (edited to add that this recipe eventually won Ready, Set, Cook! #6. I am so proud of this creation and all the favourable reviews it has received - thanks to all who have tried it.)

    Recipe #116412

    I just love the sound of the blend of garlic, cumin and lime with the cilantro in this Cilantro Cream Sauce recipe. When I came across it on the Allrecipes website and read some of the hundred or so rave reviews that had been written, I checked the Zaar recipes, which all sounded quite different again from this one and, I thought, well there are probably some other Zaar members who would also like to try this recipe. Being timid around spicy flavours, I’ll be leaving those out – whereas some chefs will I know be increasing their heat – but the rest of the flavour combinations sound really tempting. I was also struck by the versatility offered by this recipe, something that is also true of the other Zaar recipes for Cilantro Sauce, some of which I’ve saved and will also be trying. I particularly liked the sound of Merlot’s Hazelnut & Cilantro Pasta Sauce #31361. Amy’s Cilantro Cream Sauce can be used as a dip, as a sauce for grilled fish, chicken or steamed vegetables, as a salad dressing, folded through mashed potatoes or as a pasta sauce. Since I haven’t yet made this, I’ve posted it exactly as I found it on the Allrecipes website. Thank you, Amy. Some reviewers had made it with low fat cheese and cream with excellent results, some added chopped green onions and some used fresh garlic instead of garlic powder. I’ll be looking for an alternative to the tomatillo salsa. Any suggestions are most welcome. I’ve estimated the preparation time to be 5-10 minutes.

    Recipe #120856

    This is different (and delicious) because it is oil and vinegar based. The blue cheese is blended until smooth, so there is blue cheese flavor in every drop of dressing.

    Recipe #93819

    14 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Flavorful dip from Cooking Light. Serve with toasted baguette slices or warm pita wedges.

    Recipe #143338

    A staple at our house, roasted garlic has uses limited only by your imagination. Roasted garlic is very mild and mellow. Flavor meats, sauces, breads, pastas, dressings and vegetables with it.

    Recipe #73710

    2 Reviews |  By P4

    This is the best con Queso dip I've ever had. I got it from a great cookbook by a man named Grady Spears. I guarantee once you try this you will be a fan of his too.

    Recipe #49033

    I made this last night from things in the pantry and fridge. I guess it's based loosely on Alamatriciana, though that has crisp bacon and no cream or herbs!

    Recipe #78248

    This hummus is so good on warm pita triangles or even with cucumbers, radishes, carrots and/or green onions. The combination of ingredients really makes this hummus bi tahini a truly wonderful Mediterranean dish. I may never eat plain hummus again. This recipe was inspired and created for RSC #7.

    Recipe #131988

    This was found in one of my parenting magazines. I love fruit dip and this has quickly become one of our favorite ways to dip fruit!

    Recipe #122347

    Great assertive dressing.

    Recipe #121025

    While avocados are delicious and nutritious, they're also high in fat (horrors!). This recipe pares the fat down just a smidge by switching out some of the avocado for edamame (green soybeans) and broccoli. I originally saw this on the Food Network. Providing you like avocado guacamole, and you don't fear soybeans or broccoli, you'll love this too! Fresh bright flavors to complement a tray of baked corn tortilla chips and crudites, or a plate of steaming enchiladas.

    Recipe #96755

    This is a delicious and very simple recipe if prepared in a food processor or blender. A wonderful spread to serve with pita bread, kalamata olives, feta, and tomatoes. This recipe calls for Japanese eggplant, which can be used whole without peeling or draining...more vitamins, less hassle! If you can only find "regular" eggplant (the large, very dark purple, almost black kind), I recommend you prepare it first by lightly salting and draining it for 30 minutes or so to remove bitterness prior to roasting. You may also wish to remove the skin as a matter of personal preference.

    Recipe #100197

    1 Reviews |  By VickyJ

    This is good on just about any salad. Especially good on a chicken salad or with spinach.

    Recipe #121536

    This wonderful cucumber dip is a nice addition to backyard barbecues and cool summer nights.

    Recipe #120260

    This is from my mom's recipe box. I like that the ingredients are simple, but the result is AWESOME! The following is made with dry ingredients but can easily be substituted for fresh ones.

    Recipe #100602

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