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    Pasta and Rice

    Goodness, these are all disgustingly fattening, and, goodness, I want them all anyway!
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    A wonderful accompaniment to any seafood or chicken dish.

    Recipe #51504

    This came from the first onslaught of zucchini from my garden, coupled with a handful of this-n-that from the fridge. A very forgiving recipe - more of a technique to me - as the ingredients can be interchanged to suit tastes and fridge contents.

    Recipe #239837

    This is so easy and tasty! Found it in Taste of Home magazine.

    Recipe #386087

    A great recipe from Kraft Food & Family, Winter 2008 edition (I just love that magazine!). I substituted sauteed green pepper and onion instead of the peas, as a personal preference, and it was great.

    Recipe #279552

    This is a restaurant-quality dish that can easily be prepared at home, you may adjust the amount of fresh garlic and hot sauce may be replaced for the dried chili flakes, make certain that you pat the shrimp dry with paper towels to remove all the moisture or it will create a thin sauce. --- this dish is *very* good!

    Recipe #169795

    6 Reviews |  By Leilani

    I found this recipe in a doctor's office. It is great for a week night meal as you don't need to boil the pasta first; instead, you just basically toss the ingredients together and then bake in the oven. I really enjoyed the dish when it came out of the oven, but I was less enthusiastic about the leftovers (yet I hate leftovers anyway.)

    Recipe #240864

    Recipe #24295

    I got this recipe through a recipe exchange with a friend and it is very good! It does have quiet a few steps and ingredients but it is definitely worth it.

    Recipe #416715

    "In the days before modern canning methods, Italians dried sliced summer tomatoes on their tile roofs for use in winter months. Dehydrated by the sun, the tomatoes became sweet, chewy and flavorful. Early Keys pioneers undoubtedly did the same". From "The Florida Keys Cookbook", this sounds like a nice variation to a heavy sauce - good for a hot day. This quick and easy lunch or light supper can be made with penne, ziti, or orecchiette if desired.

    Recipe #347609

    9 Reviews |  By dahlia

    This recipe is originally from Bon Appetit Magazine. It is absolutely delicious in summertime made with ripe tomatoes. This dish is easy and very healthy, and always receives raves from family and friends. The original recipe called for 6 Tbsp. of olive oil, but I found it too oily; feel free to experiment on your own. The secret lies in allowing the flavors of the tomato sauce to marinate, so don't cut this step short. Enjoy!

    Recipe #23577

    This is it, my first recipe. I've been making this "Paella" for years. It's my husband's favourite. It tastes so good, everyone is always surprised when they hear it was cooked in the Microwave. Adapted from The Canadian Living Cooking Collection Series.

    Recipe #126064

    Once you do the prep, divide into 3 airtight containers, for here it is only 20 mins to the table whenever you need it. I have three-seasoned rice mix recipes see which one you like best. Look for the other two Chicken Flavored and Onion Flavored Rice Mix.

    Recipe #14843

    Made this for a quick, inexpensive weeknight dinner. Don't have time for the wings before Monday Night Football? Try this! You can sub any kind of cream soup you have on hand, or use any kind of chicken except canned. The flavor of canned just isn't as good! Great way to use leftover chicken or rice as well. Add as much hot sauce (FRANK'S) & ranch or bleu cheese as you like.

    Recipe #463061

    This hearty Italian dish makes a simple spaghetti dinner without meat. Use homemade marinara sauce or a good bottled kind for an easy dinner. Add some garlic bread and a salad and you're all set. This recipe is from Good Housekeeping.

    Recipe #221335

    I went to a Pampered Chef party where this was served. Many people asked for the recipe! Update: I have revised this recipe due to people having trouble with the instructions. I hope this makes it easier to follow.

    Recipe #51152

    5-Ingredient Fix Contest Entry. Traditional Italian potato dumplings simplified with prepared mashed potatoes, with the tastiest 2-ingredient sauce on earth.

    Recipe #495639

    Easy, flavorful family food from Southern Living.

    Recipe #211243

    Another simple yet delicious dish from Ina Garten.

    Recipe #216198

    A delicious, creamy lasagna with alfredo sauce. I made it for a fundraiser dinner and had to fight to keep the carnivores from eating it so the vegetarians who had signed up for the vegetarion dinner could have it! It's delicious!

    Recipe #182549

    From Moosewood Restaurant Simple Suppers.

    Recipe #334767

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