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    Quick preparation, approx 30 minutes and you can cook your side while prepping the chicken and sauce

    Recipe #507772

    From Best Recipes Ever.

    Recipe #507989

    Slow cooked meals I find to be a delight, both to prepare for ease but also for the tender meat. You can reduce the cooking time if you place the slow cooker on high. We made this with 3.5 lbs of pork and had more than enough meat for 6 servings. I would also reduce the chicken broth as we found there was too much liquid.

    Recipe #507771

    if you love peanut butter and chocolate, you will love this pie! My family just loved this. I made 1 1/2 x of the crust and chocolate topping.

    Recipe #507156

    This recipe is from one of my favorite cooking shows - Best Recipes Ever. If you prefer you could use ground turkey instead of ground beef. The longer you slow simmer this sauce the better. I used ground turkey and could not detect the difference. I also cut the crushed and diced tomatoes back by 50%, as I thought it would otherwise be too 'tomatoye'

    Recipe #507128

    This recipe is from Australian Women's Weekly cookbook, but definitely has a Mexican flair.You can leave some of the seeds in the hot peppers for more kick in the salsa. Serve with potatoes or rice and some more vegetables if you like

    Recipe #369767

    I threw this soup together one night when I was not feeling well, and it hit the spot for me

    Recipe #475469

    This is a special kind of quiche introduced to our family by our Danish nanny. The bottom is made out of all purpose/whole wheat flour and as such the quiche is not flaky or 'piey'. It has a wonderful flavour and is loved by both kids and adults.

    Recipe #364300

    This soup is fantastic on a cold day. My MIL served it for lunch today and I just had to have the recipe. A nice smooth soup, we did not have the oil garnish on top but I am sure it will add an extra something.. You can freeze the soup as well, just omit the cream and add when reheating.

    Recipe #406482

    Enterer for ZWT 5. Spanish tapas recipe. From the Canadian Food Network's 100 mile challenge (cook with ingredients from within 100 miles of your hometown)

    Recipe #371136

    These little puffs are wonderful as a pre-dinner nibbler, appetizer or as part of a buffet table. You can make them ahead and re-heat in 5-7 minutes. For some reason the amount of garlic does not show up in the recipe - it is 2 tsp or to taste (I add more)

    Recipe #420712

    This is another great recipe from 'Salsa Cooking'. It is a wonderful nibble or appetizer or first course; if using as a first course you should calculate 3 pieces per person. It is served with Recipe #390915

    Recipe #391130

    From Australian's Women's Weekly cookbook. Posted for ZWT5. Note that the recipe called for 'a moderately hot oven' which I took as being 350F. Serve with oven roasted potatoes and vegetables or salad.

    Recipe #369783

    This simple pie has a fruit and frozen yogurt filling, topped with kiwifruit, strawberries, chocolate, and coconut. It looks impressive with very little work. Cooking time is approx freezing time

    Recipe #457992

    Posted for ZWT 5; from Canadian Food Network. Preparation time does not include 2 hours to cure the salmon. Prep time includes 1 hour needed for baking potatoes

    Recipe #371163

    Wonderful flavours and nice and light meal for those warm summer nights to come. You can use less tuna for good results. You can also vary the salad to your liking.

    Recipe #368943

    This is a pretty simple recipe with few ingredients but has great flavour. I whipped it up one night when I felt we needed some sort of sauce but did not want to search for a recipe

    Recipe #486960

    These rolls are popular in Denmark where they are served as part of the traditional 'coffee spread' where several cakes, breads and rolls are served. The rolls are served with butter, jams, cheese on top, but usually these are laid out next to the rolls for guests to add their preferred topping. The rolls are also very popular at kids' birthday parties along with the birthday cake and hot chocolate. Kids love these rolls. All breads in Denmark are baked using fresh yeast and if you are lucky enough to have any you should crumble 25 grams of yeast into the lukewarm milk.

    Recipe #441880

    Nice and pretty for any summer buffet. From the Canadian Food Network. The dressing can be cut back so the potato salad is less oily, if this is your preference.

    Recipe #373056

    Every child and adult in Denmark have fond memories of sitting around the bonfire on June 23rd when we celebrate Midsummer Sankt Hans. Most often we will make 'snobroed' which basically means 'wound bread'. You find sticks (great task for kids) long enough that you can sit at a safe distance and bake the bread over the fire. The bread dough is wound around the stick and will bake in approx 15 min. The key and often competition is who can bake the best bread without it getting burn marks. Hint - the coal and not the flames works best. It takes patience, but is so much fun and the banter will be flying. I have arranged this for friends and our kids during camping trips and it is now a MUST tradition and a great fuss free way of cooking dinner/snacks. See the recipe below for addtional tips on how to cook with hot dogs, ham etc. If camping you can make the dough ahead of time and place in a big zip lock bag, break the dough off directly in the bag and with floured hands roll out and onto the sticks.

    Recipe #427747

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