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    From ' No Time To Cook : One-Dish Meals ", a quick and easy supper dish using pantry ingredients. I chose not to cook the rice separately, but with the other ingrdients, more like a risotto. If you do this, you will need more liquid, I did use a lot more than 1/2 a cup of broth, probably more like 1 and a 1/2, plus the liquid from the canned tomatoes. I also added about 1 tblsp tomato paste that I had in the fridge, plus a dash of brown sugar. And, no salt, more pepper! All according to personal taste! I also added Tabasco to mine, although not my husbands, I prefer more heat. Posting recipe as originally published, but feel free to play :)

    Recipe #471717

    1 Reviews |  By taratee

    This is a very filling, one-pot meal that I love to make for a chilly night's supper. You may use sweet or hot sausage and please use the good parm, not the processed stuff in a shaker container. Also, use fresh parsley, NOT DRIED. There are few ingredients in this recipe which should tell you that they really need to be quality ones.

    Recipe #447770

    This was in the Sunday paper; the picture posted looks really good!

    Recipe #412360

    This is in the oven right now and it smells so good, we can hardly wait for it to be done! No browning necessary. Company coming? Toss in another potato and carrot - this recipe is forgiving! Serve with Recipe #348286, hot and buttered. My youngest brother would find out I was making this stew and biscuits and he would invite himself over and eat me out of house and home. His favorite way to eat this stew was on top of buttered biscuits. I think with a salad and dessert this would serve about 6 but around here I would say it serves 4. ***UPDATE*** This recipe is for a cast iron dutch oven with a heavy tight-fitting lid. I've made this a million times and have had left-over gravy for noodles, rice, etc. Make sure you don't bake at any higher temperature than 300* and you don't use corningware or any other casserole. The heavy cast iron Dutch oven with a lid will prevent almost all of the evaporation of liquid, kind of like a slow cooker.

    Recipe #408002

    This is an easy to assemble recipe that makes enough hearty cassoulet to feed a crowd -- or to freeze half. It came from a grocery store website that credits "Christmas 101" by Rick Rodgers. Use turkey italian sausage to keep it lean. I save a step by using seasoned breadcrumbs and eliminating the parsley.

    Recipe #394464

    A simple casserole to put together. The main ingredients are: ground beef, shredded cabbage, onion, garlic, tomato sauce, crushed red pepper flakes, salt & pepper, plus grated parmesan cheese. (You can substitute seasoned ground pork sausage for the ground beef, and traditional-style spaghetti sauce for the tomato sauce.)

    Recipe #391323

    11 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is a quick and easy version of a classic, and the guys in my family raved about it. I'm posting here for safe keeping. It's a recipe from America's Test Kitchen.

    Recipe #315785

    This is such an easy recipe to make - quick and always draws raves - companies coming and this can be made up quickly and would even impress the boss

    Recipe #306909

    Don't have a paella pan? Here's a dutch oven recipe from America's Test Kitchen. The Dutch oven should be 11 to 12 inches with at least a 6-quart capacity.

    Recipe #306445

    4 Reviews |  By Elainia

    Its so simple and fast you can have it on the table in under 20 minutes. Recipe is versatile, you can make it with just frozen peas or you can make it with any other veggie you happen to have on hand. My daughter loves this, one of the few things she has learned to cook for herself.

    Recipe #268350

    From WW Take-Out Tonight. "The sauce in this dish is extremely versatile. Try substituting chicken, shrimp, scallops, or even skinless duck breasts for the pork in this recipe."

    Recipe #251618

    This is quite tasty, the jalapeno pepper is only optional I like to add in for extra heat, Italian sausages with the casings removed may be used in place of the ground beef or use ground turkey, I also like to add in some cooked crumbled bacon or smoked dry sliced sausage but that is only optional :)

    Recipe #250109

    Olive oil, garlic and herbs. Three simple ingredients that taste great together on just about anything. Here they are combined with chicken and potatoes. I used thighs in this but feel free to used legs or breasts. It looks like a lot of steps, but it's really easy to put together. For a complete meal, add some veggies such as sliced carrots, zucchini, peppers, etc. Makes for easy cleanup too!

    Recipe #241591

    From Low Fat One Dish Meals from Around the World, posted for ZWT III, France. "This dish comes from the western Meditteranean corner of France", according to the cookbook. Depending on how you look at it, this is a really wet casserole or a very thick stew. I like it with a bit of crushed red pepper mixed in.

    Recipe #232885

    A nice alternative to the traditional risotto, and much easier too! It was so easy to make with any add-in's you have on hand.

    Recipe #228212

    Found this recipe is a Cracker Barrel "Old Fashion Country Cooking" Cookbook. It was well received by my family.

    Recipe #222667

    I adapted this from a recipe I found in a Marie Claire cookbook. It is dead simple, but does need a little careful watching towards the end to prevent it from getting too dry.

    Recipe #217599

    My sister's Greek friend baked this casserole for the family when our Mother passed away. I have shared this recipe with friends and have prepared it at church for many bereavement luncheons.

    Recipe #206480

    An old farm recipe, updated to today's fast paced life.

    Recipe #201218

    1 Reviews |  By Kayne

    This is both quick and easy. I don't remember where I got the recipe, just that it really works!

    Recipe #199576

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