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    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Thanks to Peacefulnightdove for renaming this recipe. The real name Monkey Gland Steak - a Sweet Marinade Sauce But trust me No monkey here! African recipe posted for tour 2005. I used a mango chutney with Raisins and Red Chilies. Bought a rump roast that I sliced across the grain into steaks.

    Recipe #140757

    This is such an easy recipe, but such comfort food. This is my mom's way to make this dish. A complete meal in one pan, except that I add corn as a side dish. The gravy makes this meal complete.

    Recipe #231194

    This lamb is fabulous! Dont let the amount of garlic scare you away...it cooks up very nicely. I made this lamb last week and roasted perfectly, it was absolutely fantastic. I adapted this recipe slightly from a cookbook called "Mediterranean, The Beautiful Cookbook". Delicious!

    Recipe #62670

    A standard Russian peasant dish handed down from my great-grandfather. Nothing fancy, but I haven't met anybody yet who doesn't like it. Great on chilly days. (Note: my family used to add a dab or two of butter to their plates, but that's optional.)

    Recipe #25789

    The name just about says it all. If you are looking for something exotic, interesting or spicy, you would be happier moving on to the next recipe. If you need something that will be ready quickly, or is low fat, this is not the dish for you. You also usually have to soak the pan afterward to clean up. BUT, if sometimes you or your family members just want some hamburger and cheesy potatoes, and you have a couple of hours before you need to have dinner ready, you might enjoy this. After all of the fun and interesting things I make for my family - which they enjoy - this is what they ask for. This is a recipe my mother asked for; this is what my son wants to eat so he feels like he's been home during school holidays; my picky 7 year old eats an adult-sized portion of this. My husband is always happy to eat it. Adapted from the More with Less cookbook - can also be made with other meats/cheeses.

    Recipe #187672

    My husband and I created this recipe together. He won a chili cook-off with this recipe at work. We always use venison, but you can use ground beef or turkey.

    Recipe #105865

    Such a quick and easy dinner. And delicious. Just add a salad and you have a complete meal. I got this recipe from a local church cookbook and I've been making this dish for years. My whole family loves it!!

    Recipe #282660

    I love lamb as well as currants so this is a nice twist. Posted for Zaar World Tour 05

    Recipe #137589

    20 Reviews |  By Pneuma

    Popular in Israel and you can use any meat, beef, or lamb. Usually prepared without any veggies on the skewers and best served with salads and pita. Preparation time assumes that the meat has been cubed. Yield depends on how small the meat is cubed

    Recipe #302801

    This is a mild curry, from the Burmese coastal area. With only three spices this is an easy dish to prepare, and cook. It can be served with rice or noodles and as such makes a pleasant change.

    Recipe #298954

    I promise, within 15 minutes of putting this into oven, everyone in your house (and possibly the neighbors), will be salivating, and wanting to know how long til dinner. You can use this exact recipe for Prime Rib, I do it every Christmas, howver I've given directions for a rump roast, as this recipe is a great way to take a cheaper cut of meat, and make it into something special. It was my son's most requested meal for special occassions, and frankly, he'd rather have the rump, than a prime rib. Hope you try it, and that your family loves it as much as mine!

    Recipe #299670

    If you like Philly cheesesteaks and macaroni and cheese, you should love this easy and comforting casserole. You could use any type tubular pasta. Elbow or campanelle pasta are my favorites.

    Recipe #303880

    9 Reviews |  By BFit4U

    This is oober easy and comes out delicious every single time! I love my crockpot and this is one of the recipes/reasons why. The idea here is very tender meat, chunks of mushrooms all served over egg noodles. A salad would add color and round out the meal.

    Recipe #311634

    This has been a family favorite for over 40 years, since my parents' friends, the Kims, from Korea, gave it to them. It was, believe it, or not, our usual "camping fare," since it could be prepped at home, marinated at the campsite, and then grilled on a Hibatchi. Warning: The smell of the meat marinating is absolutely intoxicating!

    Recipe #209447

    5 Reviews |  By iewe

    My husband found this in a newspaper years ago (before we were married).

    Recipe #262007

    Bon Appetite. June 2000. Note marination time. Make ahead!

    Recipe #301644

    I like to use boneless beef ribs for this, so I guess it's somewhere between kalbi and bulgogi. Don't be put off by the long ingredient list--it's really not at all difficult to make. You can use this marinade for kalbi (thin strips of beef short ribs), bulgogi (thinly sliced beef), or on chicken. This recipe freezes well, too, though I would recommend sticking with thicker cuts of meat to freeze.

    Recipe #175082

    This is my adaptation of my mom's yummy sloppy joe recipe. I like to toast the buns, as they hold together a little better when they are toasty. I usually make a double batch, which gives us enough for dinner with leftovers for lunch. Times are estimated. Tip: my DH loves to add a slice of cheddar cheese before placing the bun top on. They are pretty tasty that way!

    Recipe #346227

    This delicious-sounding recipe is from TOH magazine. The marinade sounds like a garlic-lover's delight! Time doesn't include marinating (several hours or overnight), so be sure to allow for that--start it the night before or in the morning.

    Recipe #373499

    Swedish meatballs must be the most famous "export" recipe from this fascinating country. I like to think that these are a little bit different, and more authentic than most recipes you see. This is REAL Swedish home cooking at its best - and if you can manage to get hold of Lingonberries, you will notice a wonderful & very subtle difference; however, cranberries will do just as well. These meatballs are perfect served with piles of mashed potatoes or broad ribbon pasta.

    Recipe #235024

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