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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 to make, and also very adaptable. Chop suey is the classic Chinese-American dish. This one's mainly a vegetable dish with beef added for extra flavor.

    Recipe #107624

    A great tasting stew served over noodles. It is one of my favorites.

    Recipe #28437

    A wonderful chicken dish for the crockpot, and the smell is absolutely heavenly!

    Recipe #48265

    Sometimes I serve this over angel hair pasta, but more often with a good fresh loaf of bread.

    Recipe #113115

    9 Reviews |  By Kree

    This flavorful pasta dish pairs shrimp or chicken with noodles and a peanutty sauce. I don't know how authentic it is, but I do know it's creamy and delicious! And as an added bonus, it's low-fat. This recipe is from Looneyspoons by Janet and Greta Podleski.

    Recipe #89724

    Recipe #2740

    I'm not usually wild about foods coated in batter and fried, but these are VERY good.

    Recipe #93266

    Recipe #81652

    12 Reviews |  By Caryn

    My favorite Beef Stroganoff recipe that I obtained from my Better Homes and Gardens Heritage Cookbook (1976).

    Recipe #38572

    The summer savory in this meatloaf gives it a distinctive flavor

    Recipe #111628

    6 Reviews |  By Casie

    It's our tradition to have these for Christmas and Thanksgiving. It's everybody's favorite. I always serve it with Nonie's Mandarin Salad. The recipe is off a pasta box, but I've changed it to use fat free cheeses and our favorite sauce. This recipe is awesome if you have a lot of people to feed and not much time.

    Recipe #31393

    This vegetarian taco salad is so quick and easy that dinner can be on the table in 20 minutes flat.

    Recipe #111518

    The combination of ingredients in this recipe I have to say is perfect. Really delicious and nutritious. This is a Mollie Katzen recipe.

    Recipe #9267

    The prep for this salad can be done days ahead, then tossed together just before serving. It travels well and even the teenagers gobble it up.

    Recipe #111320

    8 Reviews |  By Debby H

    Back in the 80's I was in Boston and decided to eat at a restaurant called Durgin Park. Not knowing it was a legend and that the wait staff was noted for their unusual service. I loved the baked beans so much that I planned several trips later on just to eat at Durgin Park. Several years ago I stumbled across this recipe on CopyKat Recipes and have been using it ever since. No need to travel to Boston anymore. The original recipe is baked in the oven, I adapted mine to do in a crock pot (cut the ingredients in half). I have included directions for both. The result is not the traditional baked bean with a thick sauce, but Durgin Park is not a traditional restaurant. The sauce is very thin, but oh so good. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #107614

    Nutmeg and allspice give these meatballs a lovely flavor.

    Recipe #111123

    This is the best corned beef you will ever have.

    Recipe #7435

    A fabulous, romantic dish for two - and it's quick and easy! I adapted the recipe from a Junior League of Lafayette, LA recipe; they say that it is the creation of Sous Chef Bryan Richard of Chez Marcelle. The original recipe calls for an entire stick of butter, but I think you'll agree that 3 tbsp. is plenty. If you like Amaretto, you'll love this! It can be served with angel hair pasta, but I like to eat it without so as not to interfere with the delicious flavors.

    Recipe #83117

    My kids love these non-traditional burritos. I love the complimentary protein. And it is so easy!

    Recipe #110889

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