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    Recipe #247179

    2 Reviews |  By GraceSC

    Super simple and quick main course.

    Recipe #246848

    I have been making this macaroni and cheese for a while now. It satisfies my cheese craving. This stove top recipe doesn't take much longer than the box stuff, but tastes like homemade without the preservatives. This is definitely comfort food!

    Recipe #246739

    This is a kid pleaser in my home. Serve with ketchup.

    Recipe #246552

    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

    The bright, fresh flavor of lime sparks up a simple chicken for the grill or the broiler. Too tasty to believe that its healthy! Removing the skin cuts the cholesterol. Adding a little heart-healthy olive oil preserves the juiciness. Its nice and quick too because, unlike many recipes of the sort, it does not require long marinating.

    Recipe #246370

    The combination of turkey breast and lean beef gives this a wonderful texture and unique flavor. From the Sep/Oct '06 WW Magazine. (3 Points per slice)

    Recipe #246309

    A delicious one-pot wonder which keeps for several days and is just as delicious cold.

    Recipe #246226

    3 Reviews |  By Lindsie

    Only 4 ingredients! Very easy!

    Recipe #246156

    This recipe was given to me by my daughter-in-law when she lived on a Navy base in Seattle. It reheats well and the guys just love it!

    Recipe #246107

    1 Reviews |  By Skooch

    Made chili one day and realized I didn't have the right tomatoes nor the tomato paste that the recipe called for so substituted with peeled plum tomatoes and Rotel tomatoes. It turned out to be the best chili I ever made. If you like it extra hot, use Rotel Hot tomatoes.

    Recipe #245929

    This is an updated version of the classic Sloppy Joe.

    Recipe #245856

    4 Weight Watchers points/serving

    Recipe #245827

    3 Reviews |  By oc

    One of my "working mother" recipes - quick and easy to make, and the kids love it. They still ask for it when they come home for vacations. The recipe is for one whole chicken, cut into eight. I usually double it, and for big dinners even triple it. Try it with different types of honey - each type gives it its own distinctive taste. Serve with plain white rice pilaff, and pour the chicken sauce over the rice. Usually used for the oven, it's also great as a marinade for barbecued chicken, chicken wings or chicken breasts.

    Recipe #245708

    5 Reviews |  By cdn_gal

    This is a great recipe thats easy to prepare with not many ingredients. Enjoy with a side salad for a complete meal.

    Recipe #245688

    Recipe #228069

    5 Reviews |  By ajl694s

    This recipe was given to me in college when I didn't have a lot of time to cook. It's so easy to put together in the morning. When you get home, dinner is ready and the house smells great!

    Recipe #218171

    When I was a kid our butcher sometimes had a thing called "City Chicken", which was pork cubes threaded on bamboo skewers to be breaded and fried like fried chicken. I haven't seen that in years. But butcher-pack, boneless, pork loin is always cheap at Sam's Club so here's how I adapted a modern, lighter, healthier favorite for chicken to use on "the other white meat."

    Recipe #215759

    This is a recipe I have been making for yonks now.....I first devised it about 18 years ago, when I was following Rosemary Connely's "Hip & Thigh Diet"!! It's a very easy low fat chicken dish, which can be pan fried or baked in the oven - I prefer the latter method, it's much easier! Serve it with a medley of gently steamed vegetables, rice or pasta. (NB: PLEASE note, one of the reviewers has stated that she cooked this in a crockpot!! I would NEVER suggest cooking this recipe in a crockpot, that's why it is NOT mentioned as a cooking method ANYWHERE in the recipe - only pan-fried or oven baked. Thanks! )

    Recipe #211485

    from WW's Simply the Best Cookbook. These are actually presented as an appetizer in the original cookbook, but we usually serve them as a main dish over hot cooked jasmine rice. Wonderful and easy! 2 WW points per serving (as appetizer) or 4 WW points per serving as main dish.

    Recipe #208817

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