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    Recipes good enough and easy enough that I want to put them into permanent dinner rotation. Excludes OAMC recipes.
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    KFC clone you can make in your own kitchen.

    Recipe #141753

    4 Reviews |  By lolsuz

    I just invented this tonight, after getting "stuck" with a couple of pounds of crawfish from a crawfish boil. It's so good I wanted to hop around the kitchen singing. This recipe is for crawfish boil leftovers; it won't be the same otherwise. You'll need two pounds of whole crawfish plus the corn, potatoes, etc, that were boiled with them. (My two-pound package contained two short corns on the cob, four little new potatoes, and two pounds of whole crawfish.) You can use whatever proportions you like, and don't let anybody tell you otherwise.

    Recipe #371603

    This recipe appeared in "Cooking Light" magazine. This is a non-traditional way to prepare eggplant, but it really cuts the calories.

    Recipe #49387

    I grabbed this when I was raiding my Mom's recipe book collection on my last trip back to the States. I am a big fan of dill so it has to be worth a try. I found it in a Betty Crocker Booklet called 'Fast Summer Suppers'.

    Recipe #340782

    The Italians have a way of grilling small baby chickens bathed in olive oil, garlic and chillies. They call it The Devil’s Chicken (Pollo A Diabolo) because it is spicy hot and quite delicious. This recipe is a lower fat version baked in the oven. 2.5pts per serving, from weight watchers. Serve with a green salad and some small boiled potatoes or cooked pasta dressed with parsley and a little chopped garlic.

    Recipe #346357

    Delicious anytime!!! Serve with sticky rice for a hearty meal! This isn't your ordinary "stew", and it is supposed to be runny. Lots of broth! Enjoy!

    Recipe #42722

    This is a delicious, warm and comforting food! Very filling...quick and easy. If you are wanting to try something new, please give this a try! Of course you can make your own gnocchi and pesto, but in a time pinch... the pre-made stuff works just fine. Pesto from the refridgerated section of the market works much better than a jarred pesto sauce. Fresher is also better. I like to serve this with baked acorn squash. This dish actually reheats pretty well the next day, too!

    Recipe #352221

    Taste of 2008! This is a nice change from regular fries and these definitely will tempt your taste buds. Served along with a nice spicy chipotle mayonnaise it satisfies many cravings! Although these fries are done in the oven if you prefer you can deep fry for a more crispy effect. Enjoy!

    Recipe #276268

    Vegan enchiladas... can't go wrong.

    Recipe #292128

    Raise the lowly cabbage to something extraordinary! This technique of sautéing brings out a wonderful sweetness you never knew existed in cabbage. You can add different spices to this recipe: curry, caraway seeds, or hot pepper sauce are just suggestions. But try it plain first! Adapted from The Low-Carb Cookbook by Fran McCullough

    Recipe #83524

    3 Reviews |  By acid.

    This is my favorie green chili. Good to eat by the bowl full or to smother a burrito.

    Recipe #208885

    20 Reviews |  By winkki

    From a kids' cookbook and the house specialty of our 9 yr old daughter, this is an oven-baked variation on eggs cooked in the middle of toast. We like it because it's easy enough that the girls can do it on their own (no spattering grease in a frying pan) and because we can do up to a dozen at a time for sleep-overs and such (6 slices fit on an average cookie sheet). The girls have fun picking out which cookie cutters to use for their toast, especially when they can match them to a holiday/season (trees, stars, & angels in the winter, bunnies and flowers in the spring, etc). Bake the cutouts alongside for fun little munchie toast shapes. Don't use very large eggs, though, or they will overrun the toast!

    Recipe #148399

    51 Reviews |  By Ozma

    This recipe is different from, and more detailed than, any of the others on this site. (The "Cook" time is really the "Refrigerate" time.)

    Recipe #48207

    I like to call this "The Worlds Greatest Sandwich". Cooked overnight in a crock pot, the meat is tender, juicy, and messy..the way a BBQ sandwich should be. Top it with your favorite cole slaw, and you have one tasty meal.

    Recipe #116173

    This is one of the best recipes I've come up with for beef roast. The cheapest cuts come out tasting like you slaved over a stove all day long. You can add potatoes and carrots to the recipe if you like, or shred it and serve it as a French Dip sandwich with the au jus juice from the crock pot on the side. If you are watching your sodium, use the lite soy sauce and it will taste just as delicious.

    Recipe #103403

    This is such a wonderful and traditional English recipe for Hallowe'en - All Hallow's Eve! It was a dish traditionally served to unmarried guests with a ring hidden inside. Whoever found the ring would be the next one to be married! This delicious mashed potato has nine ingredients in it - hence its name. Serve it as a supper dish by itself, or as an accompaniment to bangers/sausages, for a comforting Autumn supper dish! For those whom may be interested, a brief history on the origins of Hallowe'en: In ancient Britain this date was the pre-Christian eve of the New Year and Celtic Harvest Festival, when the souls of the dead were thought to revisit their homes to eat and drink. People left refreshments on the table and unlocked their doors before retiring for the night, then bells were rung, fires lit to guide the returning souls back to earth and animals were brought in for the winter. After Hallowe'en became a Christian festival, supernatural associations continued to thrive. It was believed that witches were abroad and that it was possible for certain people to perform magic and summon up spirits. Hallowe'en was once a time for making mischief - many parts of England still recognise this date as Mischief Night - when children would knock on doors demanding a treat (Trick or Treat) and people would disguise themselves as witches, ghosts, kelpies and spunkies, in order to obtain food and money from nervous householders. In certain parts of England youths still play pranks on their neighbours by hiding garden ornaments, whitewashing walls and ringing doorbells in the dead of night.

    Recipe #254835

    This is from one of my favorite OAMC cookbooks. Enjoy!

    Recipe #133468

    This recipe I actually got the idea for the recipe from "Secretly Delicious Spinach Pie", but I changed it so much it's really more like a whole new recipe. And OH MY! Delicious! I'm not a vegetarian, I love my meats, but I have friends who are and I made this for them. SO good! I'm telling you! Smells wonderful cooking and tastes as good as it smells. Very clean flavor. My friends and familiy all wanted the recipe! And now I'm sharing it with you! =D Enjoy!

    Recipe #311896

    5 Reviews |  By Kim127

    You can substitute tilapia for the catfish and serve it with cole slaw! From Cooking Light. Posted for ZWT 5.

    Recipe #373126

    Coated with an aromatic spice and brown sugar rub, this extra-succulent recipe roasts right alongside sweet Vidalia onions. Make sure you use dark brown sugar, though. Your kitchen will smell divine while this is roasting!

    Recipe #358111

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