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    Nice change from the traditional beef stew.

    Recipe #152295

    This was posted on the Ellen Degeneres website.I havent tried it yet but it looks like something I would like.

    Recipe #151350

    My grandmother gave me this recipe. It can easily be halved to feed less people. Also works great to freeze half and reheat later. When halving, I still use a whole can of Rotel. It makes it extra spicy and we love it!

    Recipe #151268

    First there was Rainy Day Cake...Then there was Rainy Day Soup...Now here's Rainy Day Casserole! No dull, dreary, wet day is bearable without something substantial to fortify you against the damp weather! Now it's made healthier than it's original version with the use of turkey-based sausage, no salt added tomatoes, 1% milk and whole wheat pasta!

    Recipe #151273

    4 Reviews |  By Bev

    This dish was invented by chef Paul Prudhomme at the legendary New Orleans eatery, K-Paul, in the 1970s. He says its so good, it makes you say YaYa!

    Recipe #51112

    2 Reviews |  By Paulg

    A Family favourite. One that can be made in advance. Great for an informal dinner party

    Recipe #151094

    Recipe #150719

    Another one of my one dish meal 'american chop suey' if you will, but with the amazing added tangy zip of Heinz57 sauce...Add a salad and dinner is served!

    Recipe #151012

    1 Reviews |  By Kerena

    Goes well with a fruit salad. A meal in itself.

    Recipe #150745

    1 Reviews |  By Kerena

    Another Recipe from Penzey's One magazine

    Recipe #150261

    1 Reviews |  By Kerena

    From Martha Stewarts Everyday Foods Magazine

    Recipe #150370

    This is good served with rice in place of the egg noodles. You can make this with boneless skinless chicken breasts, I have to say that it is better using the skin on chicken. You can add in 1/4 cup red wine, if you do then decrease the water by 1/4 cup.

    Recipe #149835

    You can substitute limes or oranges for the lemons and use other fresh herbs such as thyme, instead of the rosemary.

    Recipe #150270

    This recipe is a must try. It is the easiest and tastiest I have ever made. The kids will love it and is great for the working person.

    Recipe #149927

    LOVE fried chicken but hate to think of the calories and the mess? Here is a great recipe. It is the best non-fried chicken recipe that I've tasted. Chicken is battered and breaded, but then baked instead of fried.

    Recipe #113843

    15 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    A lower in calorie twist on the traditional Hungarian favorite. Half hour start to finish, serve with buttered egg noodles.

    Recipe #139901

    Easier and a lighter version of traditional Schnitzel. Credited to Maureen Clancy in Cooking Light magazine.

    Recipe #134152

    This dish is made simply with simple ingredients and a lot of love. My dinner guests and family get very satisfied looks on their faces and young children ask their moms to make this for them at home. I have made this dish with fresh oregano instead of and in combination with the rosemary and it was just as good. The fat from the chicken (schmaltz) flavors the potatoes. Cooking time really depends on the size of your chicken.

    Recipe #140409

    4 Reviews |  By J Bowen

    I can sum up this recipe in three words, quick, easy and delicious. Serve with warm crusty French bread and a tossed salad and you have a great meal. Enjoy!

    Recipe #141389

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