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    RSC #11 Hidden Gems

    Some of the best recipes created during each Ready Set Cook (RSC) contest are sometimes overlooked. Join us in ensuring that every recipe is discovered.
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    5 Reviews |  By Ba4Hire

    One of each ingredient (almost) makes this recipe easy to make. Perfect for any party or even to make a regular dinner a bit more special. These can be made ahead and kept in the freezer. When ready to serve, just pop in an oven or toaster oven for 5-10 minutes until heated through. (personally, I think these taste better when frozen and then reheated.)

    Recipe #283087

    5 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    Made for RSC #11. This easy vegetarian meal-unto-itself dish is delicious. Serve as part of a brunch or a light supper. You can use either jarred or canned artichoke hearts.

    Recipe #282928

    5 Reviews |  By anme

    A tasty, yet simple, jam filled cookie spiked with a hint of lime!

    Recipe #282971

    Made for RSC Contest Numer 11, January 2008. This Spinach Quiche has an extra dimension to it... Wine ! It's a Grown Up sophisticated version that has oodles of flavour with simple ingredients and, allows the hostess to appear to have worked for hours, when in reality, it throws itself together so easily, that it could almost be embarrasing if anyone cottened on. With this recipe and it's French influences you can take your fork, close your eyes and imagine yourself in sunny Provence what ever the weather where you are today.

    Recipe #283039

    Great appetizers, served with soup, or for a yummy snack. These are so good and can be made quickly and easily. Created for RSC#11!

    Recipe #283095

    4 Reviews |  By Bergy

    If you wish you may make this a day ahead and let it mellow in the fridge or just make and serve. It may be doubled. Personally I like spicy and would add an additional tsp of Cayenne. This recipe is not very spicy. Use your favorite pasta or if you prefer serve with rice. Tip: To cube the chicken have it half frozen before cutting. You may substitute regular vinegar but balsamic is best.

    Recipe #282935

    This is created for RSC #11

    Recipe #283011

    I hope you enjoy this treat, made for RSC #11, its easy, very tasty and looks pretty. It's a little time consuming but well worth the effort.

    Recipe #282986

    We love salads and are always looking for new ways to combine interesting ingredients. People have very personal preferences for dressings, so you can use the one noted here, or any dressing you prefer. Created for RSC #11.

    Recipe #283002

    3 Reviews |  By Debber

    Similar to one of my favorite selections at Panera Bread restaurant--this one will work for lunch as is with a few carrot-sticks on the side OR add a cup of soup or small salad for delicious dinner-time fare. I don't have a panini-maker--so my two large cast-iron frying pans get called into action.

    Recipe #283027

    Ambrosial Beef On Bed Of Mash Potatoes, Spinach And Pancetta, served with a Red Wine Sauce. This is a perfect main meal for every day consumption, special romantic dinner for two or for Valentines Day. Serving Size can change for a larger party. I chose to use filet of beef but you could use any tenderloin section of the beef. It would need a thick cut of about two inches/five cms thick and weights about 8.8 ounce /250 grams each. Made for RSC #11 Contest.

    Recipe #282942

    This is a delicious pie best eaten cooled to room temperature, perhaps on a nice picnic with some salad or boiled potatoes. For a more buttery crust substitute 4.5oz of shortening with butter.

    Recipe #283023

    A creamy ricotta pizza, topped with artichoke hearts, sun-dried tomatoes, spinach, roasted red peppers, mushrooms, black olives, pancetta, shallots and pine nuts! Smothered with fontina and asiago cheese and presented on a beautiful white wine and honey crust! Makes 2 pizzas. Prep time does not include rising time.

    Recipe #282950

    This simple jello fruit salad has lots of flavor. It looks best when served in fancy glasses. The size of the glass will determine how many servings you get.

    Recipe #283009

    A quick, easy and tasty supper... eggs, cheese and spinach with a few storecupboard ingredients that provide a burst of Mediterranean flavour.

    Recipe #282906

    Blonde pizza is made without tomato sauce. This makes two large (10 x 15 inch rectangular, or 14-inch round) thin and crispy crust pizza. If a thicker crust is desired, use smaller pans and roll dough thicker. Most of the time is spent waiting for the dough to rise. Made for RSC #11.

    Recipe #282949

    This recipe has been inspired by the pie I make that my mother loves most. She has always said that when you put rhubarb in a pie recipe, always add an egg in the filling. Created for RSC #11.

    Recipe #282966

    If you have ever had potato latkes, than this is a very similar recipe, partly because it has potatoes in the mixture. It actually turned out very good. I was surprised by the outcome because as I was cooking the patties I thought it might not turn out so good. But the taste is so good, it’s awesome.

    Recipe #283041

    This tasty soup is good either on a hot or cold day, depending on the season. Floating on top are three-coin shaped pieces of hard boiled egg, cucumber and squash. Then topped off with Hungarian paprika and Asiago Cheese. This recipe was especially created for the RSC # 11 contest.

    Recipe #282989

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