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    Nice Mexican twist on boring old rice. If you can't find parboiled rice at your grocery store, long-grain rice may be substituted, but just won't be quite as yummy.

    Recipe #304883

    This is a really good basic lasagna recipe. It's based on one I found somewhere, but I've tweaked it quite a bit to suit my own tastes. I like it as written with italian sausage, but you can substitute ground beef if you must.

    Recipe #149088

    This mac n' cheese is so easy to make, I made it for my husband and he loved it, just like his mom used to make!

    Recipe #23018

    This is the best lasagna ever!! The noodles are so nice and thin and there is NO PREBOILING!! I will never purchase any other lasagna other than Barilla. I've been making this now for 3 years and everyone agrees--the recipe makes the very best! The instructions are right on the back of the lasagna box. I usually make multiple batches and freeze them. Its a great housewarming or "new baby" meal for a friend!

    Recipe #80435

    This pasta can be served as a side dish or you can add some cooked chicken breast and serve it as a main dish. To roast the chiles, simply place them in a hot griddle or large skillet, and cook them until all the skin is blackened and blistered. Then place them in a plastic bag to steam them and loosen the skins. To peel them you might want to use rubber gloves to avoid getting your skin irritated.

    Recipe #349514

    1 Reviews |  By Sussan

    This is a great vegetarian recipe from the Australian Women's Weekly Great Fast Recipes collection. As usual for Sussan recipes, it's quick, easy and yummy! Could be a bit light for people who prefer meat with their meals though - we accompanied it with crumbed chicken and loved it. For vegos, could go well with jacket potatoes topped with maybe a mushroom cream sauce, or just sour cream and snipped shallots or chives.

    Recipe #190435

    This is an old favorite of my husband's that his family used to make, however, I've lightened it up SIGNIFICANTLY! His mom's recipe used salt lard (ick!) and a lot of oil. I love the taste of the broccoli, the pasta and the hot turkey italian sausage. This is a quick easy, low-fat dish that is very satisfying! Even my kids enjoy this one...I hope you do too! Please adjust the garlic and crushed red peppers to your taste. My family likes lots of both! NOTE: IF YOU ARE NOT A FAN OF HOT TURKEY ITALIAN SAUSAGE - USE REAL HOT ITALIAN SAUSAGE. The true recipe calls for real italian sausage but I find this recipe is just as delicious with a great quality hot turkey italian sausage.

    Recipe #320242

    This is a wonderful variation on the traditional lasagna with the added healthy benefits of spinach. I like to use whole wheat pasta and grilled chicken breast. When you can't get them to eat their spinach just serve up some of this great lasagna!

    Recipe #281377

    We were treated to this at a friends house for dinner. Very good! Recipe can easily made ahead and be halved. What I especially like about it it, it is NOT too cheesy! Easy to make and easy to serve. I prefer making the shells for that reason.

    Recipe #285421

    1 Reviews |  By Neta

    Mexican ingredients rolled in pasta.

    Recipe #132976

    I really love the filling for this manicotti recipe. Packed with veggies and flavor, Yum! This recipe is great to use up leftover chicken. From 1001 Low-Fat Recipes.

    Recipe #327085

    This is a Southern version of macaroni and cheese with a light and creamy taste. Enjoy.

    Recipe #418418

    The aromatic citrus flavor and cilantro in this rice dish makes its delicious flavor.

    Recipe #418110

    I like recipes with few ingredients and this is a good one that I found in a package of Knorr and we liked it, so here it is and enjoy it.

    Recipe #419611

    No boiling. No laying out sticky, cooked noodles to cool. And I love the little zing you get from the Italian Sausage. I hope you enjoy this too!

    Recipe #246545

    To me Fannie Farmer's recipe is the only "real" Macaroni & Cheese. It's from my 1946 edition of "Fannie Farmer's Boston Cooking School Cookbook". With time on it's side - this recipe is hands down the best for traditional, homemade baked macaroni & cheese - comfort food. Please Note: If you use CHEAP CHEESE you will end up with a BLAND and FLAVORLESS DISH!

    Recipe #135350

    A delicious side to seafood or chicken dishes! Festive looking, with the red bell pepper and green broccoli.

    Recipe #338959

    This is really a crepe and not a shell, to be used in your favorite manicotti or cannelloni recipes. These are tender, and in my opinion the flavor is nicer than store-bought. The batter can be flavored by the addition of dried basil or oregano, or use your imagination. Simply place the filling in the center of each crepe vertically, then bring each side towards the center, placing seam-side down in your baking dish. Voila! You have a filled manicotti with none of the time and mess associated with trying to stuff a store-bought shell. I find this method alot more fun ! They will expand during baking so allow plenty of room in your baking dish.

    Recipe #96087

    As if macaroni and cheese wasnt fattening enough already!!! lol! It really is worth it though! I saw this on food network a while ago. Always KISS THE COOK!

    Recipe #123439

    This is a recipe from Paula Deen's magazine. Plan ahead, you will need to refrigerate the cheese sauce for 8 hours and the balls freeze for 2 hours. The chilling and freezing time is included in the prep time listed.

    Recipe #275813

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