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    Pasta and Rice

    Goodness, these are all disgustingly fattening, and, goodness, I want them all anyway!
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    This is a great recipe for parties. It has a very different and unique flavor that just makes everyone happy. :) This is also great when you add hamburger meat to it.

    Recipe #98479

    Posted in response to a query about the best way to prepare carbonara. I use Jamie Olivers recipe for Penne Carbonara, which is in "Happy Days With The Naked Chef". This is another of his recipes, using the same technique with slightly different ingredients. I have always found Jamies recipes to be simple and easy to prepare, I enjoy his cheerful approach to cooking! Hope that you enjoy it!

    Recipe #351138

    This is a quick way to jazz up yellow rice mix. I got this recipe from my mother-in-law, who is the master of quick but flavorful dishes. I use Vigo brand yellow rice,but others would work just as well. I make this as a side dish for mexican meals. It is colorful, easy, and super yummy!

    Recipe #310914

    This is from the current issue of Clean Eating magazine. It looks like a unique and yummy sauce! I imagine one could leave out the meat with success, or sub in some TVP or soy crumbles to make this a veg delight!

    Recipe #424010

    Another stupidly simple side dish made from pantry staples that my family asks for over and over. The savory combination of flavors goes well with many other foods. It can be made with freshly-cooked pasta or with leftover, cooked pasta that has no sauce on it. I've included options for some variations to create not-so-simple but extremely tasty side dishes or complete, one-dish meals by adding ingredients you probably have on hand.

    Recipe #241627

    19 Reviews |  By lazyme

    A really simple casserole that my family loves. It tastes like lasagna but is half the work. It makes alot, so I usually divide it into 3 dishes and freeze two. A real kid-pleaser.

    Recipe #185633

    FRIED RICE (NOT!) Thats what my kids call this!! I got this recipe from my friend Bev, and it is a quick and easy side dish, that can be padded out with a few more veggies. I would suggest that you dont "muck around" with this too much the first time you make it, as I have tried to be too clever and it hasnt worked out as well!!! having said that, I have to say I usually add garlic and ginger, and I am sure you have a favorite ingredient you would like to add :)

    Recipe #94211

    From the February/March 2002 issue of Light & Tasty magazine. And a tiny dash of ground nutmeg as a mysterious "secret" ingredient. Try adding pre-cooked chicken or veggies (cooked asparagus, broccoli, roasted red peppers, cooked mushrooms) for something different. Also, maybe substitute some of the cottage cheese for cream cheese or sour cream. Whole wheat fettucine will also add slightly more fiber.

    Recipe #168710

    156 Reviews |  By Marie

    An easy way to do macaroni and cheese when there is little time until dinner. No baking required.

    Recipe #60350

    I use store bought gnocchi, homemade spaghetti sauce and homemade meatballs. Here's a recipe for meatballs: recipe #81054.

    Recipe #227200

    The fresh sage turns crispy when fried in the butter and adds a wonderful flavor to the beef and mushrooms. This is a fairly simple dish that can be used as a main course or in smaller servings as a side dish.

    Recipe #49867

    This hearty sauce is quick to prepare and satisfying to eat! From the kitchen of one of my favorite Chefs Mary Ann Esposito of Ciao Italia cooking show. This sauce makes enough for 1/2 lb. pasta.

    Recipe #329222

    Adapted from Mark Bittman's recipe for Pasta with Leeks and Parsley, which I found in the Epicure section of 'The Age', a Melbourne newspaper, but which apparently first appeared in the 'New York Times'. Such is our global village! I'm posting this as an Australian recipe, since it appeared in an Australian newspaper, for the 2005 Zaar World Tour. Mark Bittman's comments on this recipe are "Pre-cooking the garlic and chillies in olive oil is a classic Roman treatment. What you want is to brown, not burn, the garlic, so that it and the chillies heavily flavour the oil. Once that's done, so is most of the work; just cook the leeks until soft, and when they're about halfway there, start cooking the pasta. I add red capsicum or tomato, mostly for colour; although neither is really necessary. Finally, reserve a little of the pasta cooking liquid in case the sauce is too dry. That, plus a handful of parsley, completes the dish." When I made this, I omitted the chillies (personal taste preference), and I increased the garlic, added handful of baby spinach leaves and added cumin and pine nuts. Like most pasta recipes, this is one you can play around with a lot.

    Recipe #142641

    What a wonderful dish! A good dish to have with any meal! Very easy and also transports well to potluck dinners. Everyone loves this dish!

    Recipe #269034

    Made this yesterday, it was very easy and really tasty. It falls into the minimal ingredients category. From Country Living's shorcuts. The article said that Julia Child once said "frozen spinach is certianly one of the great inventions." Well, whatever!? She said that before they came up with rinsed and bagged spinach. I reduced the oil and used lite coconut milk. A great vegan main dish recipe, or serve it with meat for a really easy home made dinner. Use a pan that's oven-proof for easy clean-up, or if you don't have one, transfer to a baking dish. Note that lentils should be cooked first and spinach thawed and drained.

    Recipe #368212

    From a saved page of an old Gourmet Magazine. I prefer to use Israeli couscous, the pearl type, however you need to check package directions for additional cooking time. This was a great side dish for "Recipe#60524" Marinated Lamb Chops. I also used kalamata olives and skipped the salt.

    Recipe #353731

    This is a good hearty winter meal. It can easily be made healthier by using low fat sour cream and cheese.

    Recipe #205878

    This rice is a tasty side for almost any meal.

    Recipe #214378

    55 Reviews |  By Mercy

    After watching Rachael Ray prepare her cold sesame noodles on TV, I tried it out myself and ended up tweaking it a bit before I was done. These noodles are usually half eaten before they get a chance to cool down!

    Recipe #112624

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