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    Main Dish Mania

    I like to plan my menus in advance and I don't like to fix anything more than once in a month. So this collection of recipes is "idea" bank when I am doing my planning.
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    Easy recipe to enjoy for a thin, mild tasting fillet, such as tilapia or flounder. This is from our local paper......

    Recipe #94502

    Very easy. Very good.

    Recipe #90533

    This is an easy vegetarian recipe from a book called Simple Vegetarian Pleasures. My kids loved it too!

    Recipe #146323

    Just visit your local farmer's market this time of year to pick up almost everything you need for this fresh tasting eggplant parm. The idea here is add whatever ingredients look fresh at the market.

    Recipe #318914

    The original classic Russian dish, stroganoff, is made with beef! But with this recipe comes an interesting change of pace!

    Recipe #304564

    This is an oldy but a goody. Got this from my grandmother. Always reminds me of her.

    Recipe #27415

    A colorful, delicious stir-fry that will have you out of the kitchen in a hurry.

    Recipe #24306

    I concocted this recipe for a change from the usual ground beef meatloaf. It is easy to prepare, moist and tasty.

    Recipe #170375

    This is a really quick quick dish. It does benefit from a long marinade but can cope without it. I like the pantry aspect of it, in that I almost always have all of the ingredients required.

    Recipe #82127

    3 Reviews |  By BonnieZ

    This recipe came to me by way of the Zaar recipe adoption in February 2005. I've made a few changes to the ingredient list and streamlined the instructions. It is delicious served over pasta.

    Recipe #7690

    Almost too easy, the chicken cooks in a creamy, cheesy sauce that is delicious over noodles. This freezes well, too

    Recipe #9836

    Spicy chicken with sauteed vegetables and salsa gets layered between corn tortillas for a south-of-the-border casserole. Amazingly easy and fast to put together.

    Recipe #43468

    Don't bother ordering Chinese chicken balls make these at home they are just as good if not even better and the sweet and sour sauce is the same as what is served at your Chinese restaurant!-- these are a great weekend snack or can be served as appetizers, if you want some extra flavor to you chicken batter feel free to add in some garlic or onion powder or spices of choice --- this makes a large amount so you may want to reduce the chicken ball batter amount by half (using 4 chicken breasts) --- NOTE: the sauce recipe is one you may have to make a few times before you get the consistancy and sweetness to your liking, 1 cup white sugar and 1/2 cup lightly packed brown will give you a sweet sauce you may reduce the white sugar amount by a few tablespoons

    Recipe #132546

    Mexican spices make this a zesty south-of-the-border chicken dish.

    Recipe #288287

    6 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    I have not tried this as I dont like fish but am posting it for the Zaar World Tour to Asia. This is a very easy recipe.

    Recipe #137050

    I developed this recipe from ideas I found on a website about Honduras. It takes the "bland" out of tilapia, which is nice for a change.

    Recipe #307590

    This is a recipe I developed from an idea that I found in a goofy 'Working Woman's Cookbook' that my Mom gave me after my first daughter was born in 1981. I found it to be a lifesaver because we were so low on cash and I could use cheap ingredients and leftover meat. I've changed the original recipe so much that I'm not going to even give it credit, as far as naming the book. I've used just about any type of meat in this that you can imagine. I even used leftover Christmas goose one year! Our favorites though are turkey and ham, but chicken is great in this as well. Do this by 'feel', you don't want it to be too 'eggy' or the patties will spread too much in the pan. The sauce is really easy to double as the ingredients are all in 'ones'....one cup of broth to one tablespoon of soy sauce to one tablespoon of cornstarch to one tablespoon of water. The original recipe called for lots of canned ingredients but I use fresh when I have the time and inclination. When I do use the fresh, I parboil the bean sprouts and saute the mushrooms a bit, but don't use any oil. I suggest doubling the sauce recipe and serving this with whatever type of rice you like. I've tried doing this in a non-stick skillet with spray on oil but it just doesn't work, the patties fall apart. This freezes really well and I'm adding my tips for that. My kids have been after me to post this recipe, they must think I'm going to die soon, or something.

    Recipe #107500

    A simple recipe with sensational flavor! I've adopted this recipe as it didn't have a loving owner. I have made it myself though and must say it makes an impressive sunday roast! Instead of using dried rosemary, you can also use fresh sprigs and insert them into the cuts with the garlic slivers.

    Recipe #4873

    The herb rub nicely flavors the pork. This recipe is originally from epicurious.com. Preparation time includes 8 hour "marination."

    Recipe #166461

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