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    I made this last mth and got the recipe from a Puerto Rican cookbook. SO good, cheap and filling! Serve over white rice or noodles! Sofrito is red and found in the ethnic food section of your grocery store:)

    Recipe #168805

    Nothing like a hot bowl of soup on a cold day. This one is really good but as with most soups/chilis it taste better the next day. Enjoy!

    Recipe #191921

    A co-worker recently gave me this recipe. You can't get much easier than this!!! You can use fresh or frozen tamales. I'm sure you could easily substitute your favorite cheeses and add kernel corn, pinto beans, rotel tomatoes, etc. Simply great with cornbread or salsa biscuits. Can easily be expanded. Enjoy!

    Recipe #305779

    My Mom gave me this recipe when I went to college in 1976 and I still make it today! Also, the rice is wonderful with many dishes like baked fish or lemon baked chicken. I am submitting the recipe as written but there are so many ways to tweak to your taste-I've done it all-including using fresh shrimp, chicken, and veggies. Also, think about adding more veggies to either the salad or the rice ie green peas, kernel corn, grated carrot, chopped squash---really anything you like! Prep time includes chill time for salad which I recommend to be at least 1 hour. This can also be easily expanded to feed a crowd. I still love it after all these years! Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #264918

    A throw back to the 1960's! A recipe my Grandmother handed down to my Mom. She would feed the neighborhood with this! My dad--in his seventies--still asks me to make this for him. Ah, the joy of childhood! Enjoy!

    Recipe #264934

    Fresh, fast, fantastic! Create a yummy pasta salad in no time with a little help from packaged fresh pasta and pesto sauce. Recipe is great as is or make it your own by adding grilled shrimp or chicken, fresh mushrooms, green peas, carrots, sun-dried tomatoes, etc. Found this recipe in BHG, May 1990. Enjoy!

    Recipe #317587

    This was my Grandmother's recipe and a family favorite. So easy, too. If you want to use fresh peaches, stir in some sugar and let sit until some syrup is formed. Also, this will work with any of your favorite fruits! I have always used a round-deep-2.5 qt. casserole dish for this recipe---mostly because that is what my Grandmother and Mother used-lol!!! The deepness of the dish allows for the batter to set and cook and you dont have to worry about it bubbling over. If you use a shallow pan, I would suggest baking it at a lower temperature, 350F, 30-45 minutes or until golden brown (although I have not ever tried it that way). I love to serve this topped w/ vanilla ice cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon. Enjoy!

    Recipe #320886

    This is a family favorite-from my dear friend Sandra. Below is the exact recipe given to me but over the years I have tried many additions and substitutions like: adding mushrooms, poblano or jalapeno peppers, roasted red peppers, kernel corn, diced carrots, sliced zucchini or yellow squash, spinach; or substituting monterrey jack or cheddar cheese, flour tortillas instead of corn, you get the idea-just make it your own! (Plus, don't worry so much about the layers-I've tossed everything together and poured into pan, topped w/ cheese and it was still great.) You can make this a day ahead and it also freezes well-just thaw in refrigerator overnight and bake as directed. If it is too thick (because the tortillas soak-up moisture), just thin w/ some chicken stock. (I've seen other recipes where you soak the tortillas in broth but I've never tried it.) Cooking time does not include time to cook the chicken. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do!!!

    Recipe #326710

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Just a hint of spice and smokiness from the jalapeño and chipotle, throw in some cooling crunchy cucumbers, tuna and you have a great tuna macaroni salad! For a bit of sweetness Relish can be used in place of the cucumbers.

    Recipe #164234

    7 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    I made this recipe last night with things that I had on-hand, I must say that I had no leftovers -- from my kids to their friends, me and Pube....We all loved this! It's so easy that I'm a bit embarrassed to post...But it's one of our new favorites!

    Recipe #182036

    This delicious tuna salad is wonderful served in tomatoes or avocadoes, in a sandwich or with crackers. You may want to add a little more mayo to taste

    Recipe #224964

    This is SO quick and so easy! Macaroni and cheese meets tuna fish, sautéed onions, chopped canned tomatoes...and PRESTO...you have a kid-friendly and mom-friendly dish! (:

    Recipe #224742

    Life can't be about all beef. "Where's The Beef?" questions are fewer nowadays due to an influx of health concerns, as well as those that are watching their weight. The Longmeadow Farm is following suit and will openly and warmly embrace these new "burgers" to grace our "Saturday Lunch at the Farm" crowd. I wanted to produce a light(ish) tuna burger that made Dennis, Jerry, Uncle Dick, and my Dad feel as light as a Spring beetle floating around on a wind current after lunch. This recipe did it. Everyone was full, but not so full they wanted to clamber off to the backyard hammock, and pull their hat over their face. This gave them enough energy to have their giddy-up for all the many maelstroms that would undoubtedly follow them around for the afternoon. Go ahead, try them "Maryland" style with the use of our beloved "Old Bay Seasoning" and get ready to work hard this afternoon. Can be easily doubled for a big crowd.

    Recipe #282447

    No slicing, no dicing. And it's sooo good!

    Recipe #155285

    I created this pasta when I found myself stuck at home with hardly any food. It's creamy, rich, and increadibly simply. You'll find most of the ingredients just lying around your house, just waiting to be used.

    Recipe #229889

    The original recipe came from my Aunt Debbie, and it used ham. I use canned chicken for convenience, but you could use any leftover cooked chicken. The french fried onions are what makes you go back for another bowl, use more or less to suit your taste! Use whole wheat noodles to make it a lil' healthier. I also like to coat my casserole dish with cooking spray to make clean up easier. This is a great dish for potlucks too.

    Recipe #291228

    A quick, very easy, low clean up way to make enchiladas. I adapted this from a few other recipes. We prefer flour tortillas but you can use corn. Corn does work better if they are warm, so putting them in the microwave for 30-40 seconds makes them more pliable. You can always substitute fresh cooked ground beef, turkey or chicken for the canned meat.

    Recipe #147274

    I love these flavors together, and this is a quick way to get my fix! Perfect for a healthy snack or light lunch wrap. Try adding shredded cheddar as well.

    Recipe #228010

    These quesadillas are fast and easy with only four ingredients. The quesadilla mixture can be frozen and thawed for even faster meal preparation. They can be served with sour cream or salsa for dipping

    Recipe #180289

    3/18/13. I've updated this recipe to include alternate choices for the canned chicken the original recipe called for. Lately, I've been using store bought rotisserie chicken. I've seen a lot of recipes for broccoli, cheese and rice casseroles. However, this takes it from a side dish to a main meal casserole. It fills up the sink with dirty dishes, but that is the only draw back. You can make umpteen variations to customize the taste to your liking. I will offer substitution possibilities in the instructions.

    Recipe #159349

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