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    The secret to this easy Hollandaise Sauce is in separating the egg yolks. Remove all the egg whites, as they can thin the sauce. Also, it is best prepared in a double boiler to prevent overheating. Serve over cooked asparagus, broccoli, or broiled tomatoes.

    Recipe #49262

    Worth every calorie !! This has got to be the best Alfredo Sauce I have tasted! Easy to make and the add ins are endless. Try crab alfredo or shrimp & broccoli, chicken and broccoli, asparagus ... Yum Yum!!

    Recipe #104734

    Finally made this dish and was not disappointed. I didn't have almonds on hand so I subbed pecans and crushed those to be medium fine instead...very good. Will probably use them again next time. I also used whole oat flour and cooked the chicken in olive oil. Very good along with seasoned brown and wild rice (as seen in picture).

    Recipe #111700

    5 Reviews |  By Amyk4

    Super easy delicious Roast Beef. We use this as sandwich meat for French dips. I cook it early in the day and put it in the fridge. I pull it out and slice for dinner. You could also use it for a traditional roast beef dinner. The use of eye of round is a must for consistency through the roast.

    Recipe #242951

    18 Reviews |  By Kim127

    Really good with a glass of nice light white wine!

    Recipe #62979

    Halibut topped with a creamy curry sauce and onions. The delicious sauce keeps the halibut moist.

    Recipe #289981

    This recipe is for mushroom lovers!

    Recipe #217921

    This is a wonderful alternative to fried fish, coating the fish with butter and baking at high heat is the secret to the success of this recipe --- use meaty fillets of fish for this if possible --- FOR LOW-FAT OPTION; whisk together 2 egg whites with 2 tablespoon cold water, dip the fish into the mixture, allow excess to drip off, use in place of melted butter.

    Recipe #72297

    An excellent, juicy baked chicken. You'll have folks fighting over the garlic cloves to snack on! It happens also to be lowcarb but so good everybody will want it... :)

    Recipe #27069

    This sounded interesting and I thought I'd post it since it is different from the other yogurt chicken recipes.

    Recipe #141958

    Weight Watchers (4 pts)

    Recipe #270691

    Chatelaine - April 2001 submitted by Dan Matheson, co-host of Canada AM.

    Recipe #83719

    This is the most awesome beef stew. For years, I tried to make beef stew that was thick and yummy, but ended up with beef and veggies in greasy water. Then I found this recipe and have used it for years! I usually serve with cornbread. (Cooking time includes slow cooking in crockpot!)

    Recipe #197015

    I have been making this meatloaf for years now and we all love it. You'll find quite a bit of grease in the bottom of your loaf pan, even when using lean ground beef. When I first started making this meatloaf, I would end up pouring off most of the sauce (the best part!) when draining the fat, so now I bake the meatloaf first without the sauce, then drain off the fat, then spread the sauce on top and return it to the oven for about 5-10 more minutes. I also usually double the ingredients for the sauce so that I have some sauce to serve with the leftovers (if you manage to have any!). Hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do!

    Recipe #306987

    Chicken breasts are topped with salsa, black beans, & whole kernel corn, baked and served atop torn romaine and corn chips with sour cream & cheese.

    Recipe #216973

    I searched and finally found this recipe on the internet. It is a copycat of the Bourbon Chicken sold in Chinese carry-outs in my hometown. This recipe is so good that my sons gobble it up leaving me just a spoonful. Their excuse was they thought I had eaten. Editor's Note: Named Bourbon Chicken because it was supposedly created by a Chinese cook who worked in a restaurant on Bourbon Street.

    Recipe #45809

    This is a good, filling soup. I like to have it with sandwiches or Pepperoni Bread.

    Recipe #47188

    Pasta in a light Caesar sauce topped with crisp, browned croutons.

    Recipe #109536

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