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I found myself without a car today and had to come up with dinner from things in the freezer and pantry. A quick inventory was pointing me in the direction of scampi but I wanted something a bit different. This is still very garlicky and yet the creamy cheesy sauce makes it somewhat comforting and very decadent. Served it with some steamed broccoli and crusty bread.

Recipe #426974

Eva Longoria is a fabulous cook. She developed this recipe through many trial and error attempts, until it was perfected. Now we can all benefit from her trials. This is a really delicous bolognese. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

Recipe #456443

These are Lourenco Marques Prawns or Prawns Mozambique. Prawns from the waters off Mozambique are famous for the large size and delicious flavor. These are marinated in a peri-peri marinade and grilled. Post for ZWT #4.

Recipe #304819

This recipe is from Chef Henry Douglas from the Mobile Admiral Semmes Hotel. This fettucine is rich and silky, and the brandy adds something different to the dish.

Recipe #331690

3 Reviews |  By Karen67

Probably the easiest chocolate pie recipe you will find, this one is a big winner with everyone who tries it. My Grandma served it every time she made pies for dessert and there were never any leftovers. I use store bought pie crusts, but my Grandma made them from scratch.

Recipe #401886

I found several stuffed flank steak recipes here, but none just like this. Although I like quick and easy on weekdays, I love to smell something cooking for a long period of time on the weekends. With a 2 1/2 hour cook time, this gives me the happiness of smelling something cooking for a while!

Recipe #447639

This chicken gets a nice lemony taste from the marinade before it is baked. I included the marinating time in the prep time....don't let it marinate longer or the lemon will start to cook the chicken! To reduce the fat content, remove the skin from your chicken. If you do this, reduce the cook time a bit or your chicken will dry out.

Recipe #453419

4 Reviews |  By Debbwl

These are really rich. The egg white and brown sugar makes a yummy top for these little gems. There is no leaving out the walnuts and substation of other nuts. (I tried using almonds and they flopped )

Recipe #428763

Delicious comfort food at its best. Great for a low carb diet (like my DH is on). Can be served with rolls or even mixed into pasta but we just eat it plain - it's that good!!!This recipe was adapted from the "Decked out Burgers" recipe I found on recipe zaar.

Recipe #187062

3 Reviews |  By SB6

Found the basis of this recipe on TOH tweaked it a bit to suit our tastes.

Recipe #452618

My husband just loves mushrooms, so this was much enjoyed by him. I flatten the patties out between 2 pieces of waxed paper with a plate, so they are thin, since meat usually shrinks a bit when grilling. Note: The dressing I used was #176110 "Chef Salad" Dressing.

Recipe #433773

I wanted a basic way to cook drumsticks since they are cheaper than the breasts. I didn't want alot of spice or sauce on it so if you are looking that, this is not the recipe for you. We found it just right for us, the flavor of the chicken really comes through. I served with corn and twice baked potato casserole.

Recipe #443758

My husband came up with this delicious comfort food made out of his favorite ingredients: bacon, ground beef, and cheese! The craziest part is he doesn't even like meatloaf but he LOVES this. I kept asking him "You made meatloaf? I thought you hated meatloaf!" The moment I tried it I knew he'd stumbled onto something fabulous. Definitely not for anyone watching their calories or fat intake, but perfect for the low-carb diet or the occasional splurge!

Recipe #457591

Saw a lot of great beefy brown-gravy based dishes here at the 'Zaar, but I have a really old recipe that I want to post here that is a little different, using bechamel or white sauce. It's closer to a potato covered meatloaf with a definite taste of parsley. I originally found this many years back in a generic recipe book whose title had something to do with "1001 Recipes" from around the world. I was skeptical the first time I made it but my family just loves it - I suspect it's one of those recipes that you either really love or don't like, nothing in between. Try this when you get bored with your regular shepherd's pie.

Recipe #335965

Posted for the Zaar World Tour-Denmark. From the "International Vegetarian" cookbook. These crisp onions are a favorite snack in Denmark.

Recipe #170649

2 Reviews |  By Annacia

Heres a new take on potatoes fron the maple producing areas of Canada. Enjoy.

Recipe #459467

Linguine al Gamberi alla Veneta, from 1,000 Italian Recipes; Michele Scicolone

Recipe #388385

A recipe I came across by accident in one of my cookbooks. I've never made chili powder before, nor have I looked on Zaar for a recipe. Heaven only knows why I haven't. The only chili powder that I can buy is very expensive (I have an allergy to black pepper and most brands say "spice" on the label which could mean anything) so I decided to try this one. I'll never buy chili powder again. You can adjust the heat by increasing or decreasing the amount of cayenne.

Recipe #410093

4 Reviews |  By Sloog

This recipe came from the label on Trader Joe's shallots.

Recipe #101810

1 Reviews |  By Manami

This is from Rachel Ray at foodnetwork.com. These are awesome anve been tweaked ever so slightly.

Recipe #200336

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