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    These were the homemade version of timbits in my house while I was growing up. Best eaten the night made, but just as wonderful the day after.

    Recipe #133877

    15 Reviews |  By 4Susan

    Make your own! I was surprised not to find this recipe on here - it's very easy and tastes better than store bought canned. I clipped this recipe from some newspaper. If you like really sweet then try sprinkling with sugar. DO NOT USE MARGARINE - THEY WILL BURN OR GET TOO DARK. Photos taken by me on 2/26/06.

    Recipe #147856

    Take a trip back in time to the county fair with a bowl of this kettle corn, your family may never want plain popcorn again!

    Recipe #191886

    My mother taught me to prepare this no-bake, easy-to-make Brazilian dessert. I love it because it’s not too sweet. Use thin biscuits that are rectangular—about 35mm x 75mm. In Australia, I use Arnott’s Malt o Milk biscuits, but any similar biscuit would be fine. You can make this dessert in any size pan, depending on how many layers you want. I get four layers when I use a pan about 180mm x 280mm. Time does not include two hours for refrigeration.

    Recipe #300439

    Recipe is originally from the Food Network courtesy of Rachael Ray, but I tweaked it to fit our tastes. Very quick & easy shrimp recipe that's done on the stovetop. If your tastes desire spicy & garlic, then this recipe is just for you.

    Recipe #107997

    63 Reviews |  By Kimke

    This is similar to the pizza available at the California Pizza Kitchen. It's great and really different from your traditional pizza.

    Recipe #62775

    There is nothing I like better than to walking into a room where there are fresh cookies baking. The sweet aroma filling the room...mmmm makes my mouth water. I haven't made this one yet but I found it tucked away in an old cook book.

    Recipe #57413

    Spicy and good. Eggplant absorbs the flavors of the sauce and gets nice and tender. Great with a little jasmine rice.

    Recipe #82889

    My mate Barb makes this wonderful dish brilliantly, even after half a bottle of white wine:) you can add tomato paste if you like, or even chopped capsicum or mushrooms. This dish is fine with just wine and water, but much much better with well flavoured chicken stock. I like to use about 1/2 cup of stock that I get when I do chinese chicken wings. You can use lite sour cream for this dish, but the sauce with most likely seperate, still tastes great though.

    Recipe #167272

    4 Reviews |  By katia

    A classic Spanish dish. The basic ingredients are olive oil, saffron and rice. This is a seafood version with garlic and saffron. Posted for ZWT 2007.

    Recipe #228743

    This is not authentic General Tso's Chicken, but it's a recipe I developed and it tastes quite similar. It's easy and requires no "odd" ingredients. You can either batter your chicken before adding to the sauce or just stir-fry your plain chicken, it's up to you. This makes plenty of sauce- I don't like dry General Tso's. After reading several reviews, I would just like to add that I must use VERY mild hot sauce, because I am definitely NOT someone who likes super-hot stuff and several have complained that it's too hot. I would have to say that it probably varies according to your brand of hot sauce, so be warned! :-)

    Recipe #148303

    I found this on a website and tweaked it, after having this in several restaraunts while living overseas. I cannot find it anyplace stateside so this is the best interpretation of Chili shrimp I could find.

    Recipe #121267

    This recipe originally won first prize ($1 Million) in a national cook-off of some sort (I think Pillsbury) several years ago. I can see why - it is a wonderful combination of flavours. The recipe is quite easy to make and is very economical. I have also substituted the chicken thighs for boneless, skinless breasts and it works just fine. The thighs are definitely better though as they are more moist. Do try this - you'll love it.

    Recipe #50575

    3 Reviews |  By Udita

    Baingan Bharta is a favorite North Indian curry made by first roasting the eggplants until very soft. The flesh is scraped from the skin and cooked with tomatoes, onions, garlic, fresh and dried coriander, turmeric, and other spices until thickened and richly flavored.

    Recipe #326627

    108 Reviews |  By E.A.

    This is from a Bisquick box - a great comfort dish after working all day. I make this with a Caesar salad and dinner is done!!

    Recipe #100215

    These are excellent and make a nice presentation for parties. From Kraft recipe files

    Recipe #51354

    5 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Wonderful Appetizer! You can also make these to take along on a picnic - keep in a cooler if you use shrimp or other meat or have them vegetarian. Try using left over chicken, vegetables or other meats. In Korea this is called "Pajon" and is a typical street vendor food. Use chopsticks or you fingers. This recipe was originally from Eating Well Magazine (1993)

    Recipe #44890

    Although I'm posting this for the 2005 World Tour, this is for me a dish from childhood. My Cape Verdean mother made this often and served it with tuna fish cakes. I loved mine smothered in catsup. This makes a huge batch and we often served it reheated with more onions, linguica and fried eggs for breakfast the next day. Traditionally, it is made with kidney or lima beans but I remember Nana (my grandmother) making it with peas to accommodate my bean-hating aunt. Enjoy!

    Recipe #134997

    This is a tasty, quick, and easy dish to prepare when you have no time to plan for supper. This is so easy to prepare and will please a hungry group of children on a chilly day. You may substitute peas & carrots for the green beans if you prefer. You may also substitute ground lamb for the ground beef, or even leftover minced roasted beef/lamb (in which case just saute the onions alone and mix with the cooked meat). I usually use homemade leftover garlic mashed potatoes in this, but if all you have is instant, well - this is supposed to be a Lazy Mom's dish, so go ahead. I garnish this with a sprinkle of paprika if I am leaving out the cheese. Don't worry about the lack of salt & pepper in the meat - the soup provides all the seasonings and is the "secret" ingredient. Doubles well, and also can be made the day before, chilled and baked the next day for a hot lunch.

    Recipe #61807

    These are similar to a sloppy joe or a cheeseburger and this recipe is written specifically to make ahead and freeze until you want them. Kid friendly, works great for busy weeknights served aside some french fries or tater tots. This recipe has been in my family for years; came from my Aunt Weezie out in Indiana.

    Recipe #208171

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