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    This Paula Deen recipe is another family favorite

    Recipe #219251

    This is fabulous. Super rich and decadent. Quick to prepare. One of my faves.

    Recipe #193044

    This is a creamy Spaghetti Pie that I created for my family. It serves 8 people so it's great for larger families.

    Recipe #271301

    This is a super easy, yet yummy cold pasta salad. It's great as a side-dish or for a potluck and best when made a day ahead, although not a must so long as you give it some time in the refrigerator for the flavors to absorb. Measurements are approximate and can be experimented really can't mess this one up!

    Recipe #289974

    I received this recipe from my best friend. It's so simple and tastes SO good! I serve it as a side to "Recipe #93520"

    Recipe #205907

    2 Reviews |  By Amy BC

    This recipe combines fresh homemade pesto with a creamy delicious alfredo sauce. My kids love this, they call it green spaghetti.

    Recipe #293872

    I got this recipe from the Taste of Home magazine. I wrote the recipe as it was written in Taste of Home but I have to say upon making this dish, I actually had to bake it longer than the stated time. I also baked it at 375. The reason being, at 350 for 25-30 minutes, it just seemed runny still. By increasing the temp and baking time to about 45 minutes, it seemed to finally thicken up. Other than that, the flavor was a nice change, something different for a side dish, but does have a sweeter taste to it than any normal pasta side dish. Also, the recipe calls for 8 cups of egg noodles and I just used an 8 oz bag of egg noodles, which equaled about 6 cups uncooked. This may be the reason for me having to bake a little longer at a little higher tempature.

    Recipe #273765

    This is a recipe that I've tweeked and adjusted to yield a warm noodle side-dish. It can also stand alone as a main dish. It's quick and easy and full of flavor! I serve it with Chicken Satay. Leftovers are yummy hot or cold.

    Recipe #99918

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