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    3 Reviews |  By Slatts

    Here is a sandwich that is good for you and has great flavor especially if you like sweet and savory together. I don't really like the taste of fat free mayo so I use the low fat kind instead.

    Recipe #295352

    I'm not so great at baking whole hams, but I love when my Mom sends me leftover ham that she has cooked. Hubby loves ham salad sandwiches, and whenever we get ham, his first question is always "Are you going to make that ham salad?" It's just been a matter of experimentation to come up with it. It's quick and easy, with common ingredients. Hope you enjoy it as we do. I'm not really sure how many sandwiches this makes--enough for a couple of days for our small family. Let me know if the servings are off. (And I guess it depends on how thick you like your sandwiches.) Can be served on any type of bread, but I have found rye really complements ham salad.

    Recipe #294984

    As many recipes are created, this one was a recipe inspired by another recipe. I was reading some cooking magazine where they added cooked cut up bacon to ground beef to make bacon burgers. I said to myself, what's better than bacon burgers? Well bacon cheeseburgers of course. This recipe is the base and can be doubled, tripled, etc. I usually do 4-5 lbs and freeze them all individually for later use.

    Recipe #237199

    A spur of the moment, with what was at hand lunch. I used my "Recipe #235623" recipe left over from last night, a coleslaw recipe from "Cooking With Beer", thick slice slab bacon, and a local store bought ham salad. A Shadows original. P.S. The cooking time is for the bacon.

    Recipe #298295

    This is JUST gorgeous! A domestic take on the classic Italian marketplace or street food, Porchetta, which is actually roast suckling pig. Porchetta is thickly sliced and served in ciabatta bread as a delectable hot sandwich throughout Italy. My recipe is a much-adapted recipe taken from one of Nigella Lawson's cookbooks, and it is SO easy to make at home. I cook mine in the crock-pot for meltingly soft and tender pulled pork - however, I have also given traditional roasting directions in this recipe. Preparation time includes the 24 hour period required for the pork to marinade in its herbed and spiced rub.

    Recipe #299883

    A must for cool people - or those who like cucumbers! This is a very versatile sandwich spread or dip, which is so easy to whip up at the last minute; it makes VERY elegant sandwiches and is a wonderful accompaniment for smoked salmon, prawns (shrimp) or tuna. I have also used it to spread on savoury scones and crackers. If you plan to make this a day before you need to use it, you might like to salt the cucumbers first - as they do release water into the spread.

    Recipe #300257

    Yes really! This is a pan-fried version of bread and butter pudding, made in the method of a French toast sandwich! A wonderful recipe, which is just the ticket for a lazy weekend breakfast or brunch, OR as a mid-week quick and easy dessert. Although it is not necessary to stamp out the rounds of bread, it DOES look so much nicer - you can use the excess bread to make breadcrumbs for baking, I never seem to have enough! I have also made this recipe with sliced brioche, now that is TOTALLY delicious, especially when served as a dessert with jam, whipped cream or even custard! You can "lighten" this recipe very easily by using low fat cream, low fat spread and fat free milk, then spray the pan with low-fat cooking spray.

    Recipe #300509

    4 Reviews |  By twissis

    This easy-to-fix and tasty sandwich is from the *Best Ever Chicken* cookbook edited by Linda Fraser. Although the recipe calls for thinly-sliced sourdough bread, the introduction also notes "This sandwich filling is also good if you chop the chicken in small cubes and serve it in warmed pita bread." (Time does not include 15 minutes resting time.) *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #282639

    Easy to make baked version of the delicious filled Indian sandwiches. Vegetarian, mild and so simple. Make it spicier if you wish by adding more curry powder or a bit of cayenne. I adapted this from a Pillsbury bake-off winning recipe. Great snack, appetizer, or main dish! Serve with this yummy honey sauce!

    Recipe #26958

    The dill rye, the carmelized onions, the ham...ooohhh and the cheese...heaven on a plate. I love this grilled cheese, different, but easy and oh so tasty!

    Recipe #116886

    3 Reviews |  By Fauve

    These hot dogs are especially for the grill. This recipe totally knocks the "boring" out of everyday franks. Very unique and spicy. This recipe is a variation of Steven Raichlen's "Hot" Dogs recipe, in his book: "How to Grill" - NOTE: You will need butcher's string for tying.

    Recipe #242754

    Non-traditional version made with puff pastry

    Recipe #256086

    SOURCE : THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS - BOOK TWO. We make this every Christmas and new years. The vegetarian options are my creation and not in the book. I have never timed how long this actually takes, so the times mentioned are estimates.

    Recipe #210718

    I just LOVE tuna! It's so fun to open a can and make a recipe up. This one turned out so flavorful and yummy... just popping with flavors. I also love a versatile recipe. You can enjoy this atop a bed of lettuce, rolled in lettuce leaves, in a wrap, in a sandwich or my favorite as a melt! I spread some of this on some whole grain sourdough and sprinkled some lowfat cheddar on it...stuck it in the broiler for a few minutes and WOW! The tangy sourdough went really well with it. I can also imagine this with pasta added for a cold pasta salad or as a hot tuna casserole...YUM! I think I'll be making it every which way I can think of because the flavor is soooo DELISH! If you prefer a non-creamy salad just cut the mayo and sour cream and you might increase the lime juice and perhaps add a little bit of oil. If you want more heat add a jalapeno or two. Enjoy yourself and make it how you'll like it.

    Recipe #249041

    From one of Libby's old newspaper clippings.

    Recipe #130123

    All the recipes for runzas call for frozen dough. This is a much better dough. It would be good with any number of fillings like ham and cheese etc. It's 2 packages of yeast but since I'm too stupid to figure out how to put it, I've written the recipe like I found it.

    Recipe #133977

    This is how I made the runza filling. You just stuff it into runza dough. Let rise until doubled after filled. Bake until brown. You can use my runza dough recipe.

    Recipe #133980

    5 Reviews |  By KelBel

    The method for making this chili is to boil the beef. Boiling the ground beef yields a smooth texture, perfect for chili dogs.

    Recipe #238646

    These burgers have evolved over a very long time of trying different ingredients and techniques. They got the name "Bushka Burgers" a slang Russian name given to me by my Russian husband in my efforts to produce the perfect burger. They are moist, juicy and big on flavor. Serve them with your favorite burger garnishes and watch them disappear!

    Recipe #31859

    Tender, garlicky and full of oregano 'n stuff! Start this one a day ahead; the beef slices need an overnight stay in da gravy to be at their best. And please don't overcook the roast! As it rests right out of the oven and as it's reheated it'll stop mooing! Serve on crusty Italian sandwich rolls; add sauteed peppers if you like, but too much more and it starts looking like a Philly steak 'n cheese, a whole other beast. Prep time includes overnight marinating.

    Recipe #95534

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