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    If you don't have a large zip lock bag, you can marinate in a shallow pan, but the bag works best. This tastes great! Prep time does not include the marinating time!

    Recipe #439605

    This is the only recipe for Country Captain I've ever been truly happy with.It's for the slow-cooker, but there is more prep time to it than usual crockpot recipes. If you wish to make this, though, please don't skip any steps, as the subtle flavors combine to be so good. I adapted this from Cook's Country Magazine, (April, 2006). The dish has it's roots in India, and was carried to the Southern U.S. by British ship captains who sailed the spice routes in the 1700's. This is the way I made it, to my family's delight...and mine! I used my own Mango Chutney recipe #134246 because I think it's better than Major Grey's, but you can substitute Major Grey's in a pinch. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

    Recipe #164179

    I've been making this chutney for years, and have adapted it to my own family's taste. I don't remember where I found this recipe, but everyone loves it. If you're a chutney lover you could almost eat it with a spoon! Especially great with Indonesian curries, beef and chicken alike! I hope you enjoy! Note: Peel mangoes with a vegetable peeler, and CAREFULLY cut the flesh away from the fibrous seed.

    Recipe #134246

    20 Reviews |  By Gerry

    This recipe is an oldie but goodie and enjoyed by children and adults alike. This is an excellent 'make ahead' to have prepared and ready to heat when you know your B.B.Q. will be filled with adult fare. Make extra because you'll find the youngsters will have to share these burgers with the adults ...they can't resist despite the adult choices on the menu!

    Recipe #86698

    16 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    Mom’s potato salad was always just a little better then all others. She said it was her secret ingredient and her I am giving it up. Sorry mom. This salad can be eaten after 4 hours but is best served the next day.

    Recipe #374228

    I never found good information on making a great whole roasted turkey in an electric roaster oven and thought I'd share my tried and true tips for making your holiday turkey moist and beautiful and delicious! I've read that roaster ovens effectively 'steam' the turkey making the meat come out ... well, steamed. This is not true. Follow these tips and your holiday turkey will get rave reviews!

    Recipe #339453

    22 Reviews |  By loof

    A super-quick roll that goes well with spaghetti or ravioli!

    Recipe #308876

    I had received this recipe years ago from WestminsterLace as their "trusted recipe" for spotless linens, cottons and cotton blends. They proffered lace-touched clothing, lingerie, linens, beddings, antique lace and accessories.

    Recipe #384791

    7 Reviews |  By Shawn C

    A must for a cookout! And they taste wonderful!

    Recipe #74487

    This is a great simple recipe. The applesauce and sage combine to add a subtle tasty coating for the pork. I have used dried sage with this also without a problem.

    Recipe #219070

    7 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    The sauce can be made a day ahead. The chicken is best cooked just before serving to prevent drying out.

    Recipe #387356

    Very easy, do ahead kind of meal. you can bake a few vegetables while its' cooking.It's a great family meal, but for adults only you can add garlic or chillies.

    Recipe #118922

    Recipe courtesy Brian Boitano 2009--Show: What Would Brian Boitano Make?Episode: Handyman Special. Brian was a skating Olymipic champion who loves to cook and now has his own show. He served this to get into a supper club. What a hoot to watch Brian make his dishes. This one caught my eye!

    Recipe #389229

    6 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is a recipe that is easy to make from ingredients that are often in the fridge/ storecupboard. If it is served straight after the minimum 30 minute chill time, you may find that there is a lot of dressing in the salad- this is so that it doesn't dry out if it is stored in the fridge for a few days. Serves 4 as a side dish but this would also make a good take-to work lunch or potluck dish.

    Recipe #384484

    This comes from a Pam Anderson recipe. I love creamy pastas like alfredos, etc... but don't like all the fat. This recipe is a great solution. By using 2 percent evaporated milk, instead of heavy cream, the fat content is cut considerably. The flavor and consistency is still wonderful, in my opinion. I love this recipe because: it's lower in fat; you can use left-over chicken (or cooked rotisserie chicken); cooking the broccoli in the same pot as the pasta saves an extra pot to wash, it's an easy one-dish meal! There are many variations you could try with this recipe, too. Notes: 1.this recipe calls for diced tomatoes - if you'd prefer a more traditional alfredo-type sauce, I think you could probably omit the tomatoes and it would be just fine. 2. Also, if you like your pasta spicier you could add more red pepper flakes than the amount called for. 3. I find it very helpful to have all my ingredients prepped/chopped and ready before I start cooking - especially for this recipe. 4. Make sure you reserve about a cup of the pasta cooking water - it helps to thin out the finished product, if necessary. Have fun and enjoy!

    Recipe #321548

    I struggled as a new cook to learn the basics, so I will be adding them all as I think of them! You can use these meatballs in your favorite dishes for all kinds of variety. See my other recipies that call for them! These also freeze very well.

    Recipe #61990

    10 Reviews |  By Sam #3

    My grandmother's melt in your mouth recipe. Cook time is for the pressure cooker option.

    Recipe #296697

    I found this pulled pork recipe years ago, and it's a favorite at potlucks. Freezes well for easy quick meals.

    Recipe #131018

    91 Reviews |  By Garnet

    This is absolutely delicious and a real favorite in our house.

    Recipe #24019

    Wanting a quick carrot dish last night, I turned to one of my favourite books, "Linda McCartneys World Of Vegetarian Cooking". As usual she didn't let me down, this was an easy and deliciously tasty offering of carrots in a sweet glaze. The original recipe calls for honey or Maple syrup, I chose to use Maple Syrup, I had NO leftovers! I used the butter option.

    Recipe #348549

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