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    This came from one of the church-member books, years ago, attributed to Gourmet by the Bay in Virginia Beach. I have done this more simply by using frozen cooked shrimp and packaged chicken short cuts. It makes a pretty presentation and holds up well for left-overs

    Recipe #180751

    3 Reviews |  By 55tbird

    Makes 2 to 2 1/2 cups

    Recipe #212589

    Cheesy shredded potatoes are baked in muffin tins and served over marinated cucumber slices, An elegant side dish for a special entree. COOKS NOTES: If you have a Mandoline, it would be helpful!

    Recipe #163565

    A light and puffy side dish that goes great with any meat dish. Many variations are possible for extra flavor.

    Recipe #225770

    I came up with this the other night trying to think of something different to do with noodles. The family scraped the pan clean, so I figured I'd better put it here, so I don't forget it!

    Recipe #116686

    This was my winning entry in the Annual Power Facts Recipe Contest sponsored by Alabama Power. I think it was in 2004. Warning: it's loaded with fat, calories and TASTE!!

    Recipe #243035

    Courtesy of my sister, this is one of my favorite side dishes for a one of those "big" meals like Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #367607

    I found this recipe in All You magazine. The magazine lists the cost as 70 cents per serving.

    Recipe #327941

    Big, bold tastes combined. And the beer helps taking the sting out of chopping the onions :) Use a good, full-flavored ale or Belgian beer for this one.

    Recipe #275174

    Easy to make and good to eat! Sometimes I like this better with the broccoli cauliflower mixture than with the California blend.

    Recipe #287729

    3 Reviews |  By cookCol

    It's the end of summer and I'm pulling out all the fall and winter favorites. These potatoes are a great accompaniment to any meat dish that doesn't create a gravy. Do not put the dish together before you bake the potatoes, because the cream sauce will react with the potatoes and they will turn gray if they sit. I learned this the hard way.

    Recipe #250659

    Use fresh or frozen green beans.

    Recipe #297474

    This is a great side dish prepared in the oven. It can be baked in the oven while baking other meats or poultry.

    Recipe #265005

    So good and can add ground turkey. hamburger, cooked chicken - pork etc. and make it a meal. or leave it as a side dish. I also sometimes add Jalapeno Peppers for a kick! I also use brown rice. The prep time includes cooking and cooling rice Found it on Taste of Home

    Recipe #318960

    29 Reviews |  By yooper

    I know there are other recipes for Oriental Coleslaw here. I mentioned in a thread on "everything else" that my local grocery store makes the best one I've ever tasted, and one of the girls behind the counter gave me the recipe!

    Recipe #41596

    Brown rice is SO much better for you than white rice. It has more nutrients and about 3 times more fiber than white rice does. I never really cared for brown rice UNTIL I tasted this one. You can do as many variations as you like with it. Add your favorite herbs, spices or veggies to it. Make it vegetarian by using veggie cubes instead of chicken. The rice turns out perfectly fluffy and delicious. The aroma that fills your house while it's baking is wonderful and it's hard to wait until it's done to sneak a taste. As it bakes the bay leaves will rise to the top so they can be easily 'fished' out of the casserole before serving. I like to top the finished rice with freshly chopped cilantro and a twist of black pepper. For a nice crunch you can add chopped water chestnuts.

    Recipe #134924

    You'll never buy the fried rice from the local Chinese restaurant when you discover how easy and (above all) great tasting this recipe is. The secret is the sesame oil. If you don't have that, don't bother making it! Can add cooked chunked baby carrots and peas, if desired. Cold rice works best so it doesn't get mushy. I usually cook my rice the day before and keep in the refrigerator until ready to prepare.

    Recipe #60143

    Feel free to saute a little green bell pepper with onions, you may adjust the garlic and chili flakes to taste --- this is very good! :)

    Recipe #318561

    I worked for KFC for 3 years and coleslaw making was a near daily occurrence. This is the real recipe scaled down to table size. I see lot of recipes claiming to be the real thing but none are. This is the real thing. The sugar amount is not a typo.

    Recipe #218429

    I am an avid collector of recipes. A young lady, a former KFC employee, was looking at my recipes one evening when she discovered this one. She told me that the recipe was close, but that I should remove the vinegar and lemon juice and replace them with tarragon vinegar. Tarragon vinegar is the secret. Note: This is one of the recipes I adopted in the Great 'Zaar Orphan Adoption of 2005. I hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #67284

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