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    Oh, My, Orzo!

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    2 Reviews |  By Oolala

    I created this tonight to go with some lamb shish kabobs and it was fantastic (if I must say so myself). DH loved it! I listed approximate measures for salt, pepper, and garlic powder but add them to your own taste. This is super quick if the pasta is already made.

    Recipe #323338

    Recipe #301674

    This is from Down Home with the Neelys. I use feta cheese in place of the goat cheese.

    Recipe #304091

    7 Reviews |  By CarolAT

    This easy pasta salad is packed full of taste and textures from the fresh tomatoes and cucumbers and goes great with your backyard barbecues and barbecued chicken. Try it with Recipe #306063. This recipe was posted in my local news paper. Enjoy.

    Recipe #305876

    I make this often in the summer. Great for potlucks! Prep time includes 2 hour refrigeration time.

    Recipe #308023

    This is an easy recipe to prepare with great flavor. It goes very well with meat and fish. And best of all, it prepares in about 20 minutes.This recipe easily doubles and triples. Note: if after cooking for 10 minutes the orzo is still soupy continue to cook and stir uncovered until the liquid is absorbed/ cooked off. Enjoy

    Recipe #309007

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