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    PAC Spring '08 Babies Recipes

    These are my PAC Spring '08 babies I adopted and their rrecipes. . Some I made more than 3 recipes. They had so many recipes that I couldn't choose just 3 recipes.
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    2 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    A creamy, comforting breakfast

    Recipe #215674

    I had some leftovers from Recipe#146372 and I didn't want to make anymore Sloppy Joes,so I came up with this. For the pasta I used elbow macaroni,but feel free to use what you have on hand.And for the meat,use what ever you have leftover from any Sloppy Joe recipe.I suggest using the mild Ro-Tel,the original might be to hot for the kiddos :). Submitted to "ZAAR" on January 25th,2008

    Recipe #281617

    From "A Korean Mother's Cooking Notes". This is THE best Korean Pork recipe that I have ever had. Extremely authentic. My sister's Korean MIL, makes it for all her church functions because everyone raves about it.

    Recipe #191135

    This is a lovely Alsacian-inspired pasta dish that I learned from a French flat-mate, and that has become an absolute favourite. It is truly delicious!!

    Recipe #186974

    Good for dipping Korean Dumplings or Chon ( pan fried Korean vegetables)

    Recipe #191136

    Every time we use this, the meat always comes out great. I always have the meat marinade over night.

    Recipe #253894

    I associate this recipe with home and working in the cafe my mother managed. This is simple and my daughter likes it.

    Recipe #294543

    This came from Cooking Pleasures Magazine, March 2008. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks easy and yummy. If you don't have tenders, you can substitute boneless, skinless breasts, but you may need to cook a bit longer. For a dish with a little more zing, add 2 teaspoons of course ground mustard with the cream. Updated 7/28/11: I made this for dinner last night, and the family loved it! I used the optional mustard, and it really made the sauce.

    Recipe #298893

    I'm posting this recipe for the Zaar World Tour 2005!

    Recipe #136295

    Delicious comfort food. This can be eaten as either as a wonderful dinner side dish or as a tasty dip when served with tortilla chips. Enjoy!

    Recipe #283043

    This sauce is fantastic on pork chops or seafood, and is an amazing topper for baked potatoes. You can pour this over egg noodles and you have a tasty side dish.

    Recipe #260978

    This is another impressive spread created on a whim... The combination sounds a little odd, but the taste is truly fantastic!

    Recipe #261256

    19 Reviews |  By iewe

    A nice twist on the classic mashed potatoes!

    Recipe #292467

    This is a really tasty rice pilaf that you can't go wrong trying! I've made it my own over the years.

    Recipe #157876

    My family loves this, with the exception of our son, who thinks we are weird to pair meat with fruit. Pay no attention to that kid, sweet and savory is great! I serve this over rice.

    Recipe #190287

    This is quick and easy to make, and we think the Dijon mustard goes really well with the brussels sprouts.

    Recipe #192187

    I've been making this salsa since I was 20 years old. This recipe is so versatile, you can change things around, add other things, etc. Sometimes I add fresh chopped jalapenos, or canned ones along with the canned diced chilies. You can also add cilantro, (YUCK I don't like it!), black olives, even mango! It's good on meat. My hubby loves to make bloody marys with the juice! If your tomatoes are nice home grown, vine ripened ones, you can omit the sugar. We usually serve this with cheese flavored chips such as Doritos. I hope you enjoy this fresh-tasting salsa!

    Recipe #214789

    This makes a light enjoyable meal in the summertime, and also cut smaller, as a lovely hors d'oeuvre. Try sauteeing the chicken breast meat, (Recipe #226050), instead of poaching, it is much more flavorful. I usually add a little bit of finely chopped celery for a bit of crunch!

    Recipe #226585

    This is for those of us how love hash browns but hash browns can't be in the diet. Great for diabetic and low cholesterol diets. Also this is a great use of the George Forman Grill.

    Recipe #243181

    This recipe was given to me by my niece who resides in South Carolina. It is different than Baked Macaroni and Cheese recipes. I use this as a side dish to baked or fried chicken, baked pork chops, kielbasa, or just about anything. It is an alternate to having the traditional potatoes at most meals. You will find this recipe is quick to put together and calls for a minimal number of ingredients. Leftovers can be reheated in a microwave.

    Recipe #107514

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