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    This is a pretty easy recipe for a classic pesto sauce. It can be served with pasta for "Pasta & Pesto" or spread on toasted Italian bread or on sandwiches and salads... You can blend it into bread or muffin mix. You can make Pesto Pizza. You can even add heavy cream if you desire a "creamy pesto sauce". The key is to use only FRESH BASIL. Note: Pine nuts are AKA Pignoli Nuts

    Recipe #300178

    This is so easy and good. I got this recipe years ago from a magazine. I want to say it was Sunset, but not sure now. If you like Caesar salad, this is quick to make and tastes great.

    Recipe #156595

    This is the best Alfredo sauce ever. This is several recipes combined into one. You can also add your choice of meat (chicken, shrimp or even crab). The closest OLIVE GARDEN is an hour away and I will never drive that far again just for Alfredo sauce. I promise this is the best sauce ever. Definitely a dish you would want to impress your guest with.

    Recipe #141983

    A nice addition to burgers or hot dogs. And very pretty for gift giving. You could substitute green bell peppers for the red ones, but it wouldn't be as attractive. You can also substitute zucchini for part of the cucumbers if desired.

    Recipe #124054

    3 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    I adopted this recipe from Recipezaar and have since made the recipe. It's very good and the only change I made was using 1 teaspoon dried thyme, as I didn't have fresh in the garden. The original poster said this recipe was adapted from Michael Chiarello.

    Recipe #111858

    Found on the net and thought I would share with everyone here!!

    Recipe #108447

    This copycat recipe is on many websites, but wasn't on zaar, so i posted it. Better than those storebought packages.

    Recipe #105993

    This came from Taste of Home's Quick Cooking and is much better than anything I've created on my own. The sauce is thick and gooy and goes well with so many things.

    Recipe #76003

    This sauce can be used with beef or cheese enchiladas. The amount of "heat" in the sauce depends on the type and amount of chili powder you use.

    Recipe #42094

    I was looking for a tomatillo salsa recipe for canning & couldn't find one that suited our Taste so, I came up this this one. Everyone that has tried it likes it. We have a lot of tomatillos in the garden, so I wanted a way to use them.

    Recipe #36084

    Recipe #32639

    10 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Great on green salads or fruit salads.

    Recipe #11014

    14 Reviews |  By Dib's

    A basic, sweet pickle relish recipe for canning.

    Recipe #10903

    This is the best salsa recipe I've found so far and I've tried about a dozen. I got it from one of the local hospital cookbooks that are sold in my area. I changed it a bit and have been canning it for years. The reason I plant a garden is for this salsa. We would be lost without it. Hope you like it as much as we do. One of our members who is a food scientist took this salsa to work, tested the pH and found it measured under 4.0 (well within the safety limit for boiling water bath processing).

    Recipe #9272

    This is my son's favorite meal. I make it with shrimp for him for his birthday every year. GREAT for company because it is so easy and yet taste wonderful! I cook this in the microwave, but I'm sure you could do it on the stove too. Times are what work in my microwave. Please use your own good judgment on times to use in your microwave. (In my quest to eat healthier, I now make it with light butter, light cream and reduced fat Parmesan cheese. It still tastes wonderful, but there isn't any guilt!) PLEASE NOTE! This is an "authentic" Alfredo sauce recipe! Real Alfredo sauce *only* contains butter, cream, Parmesan cheese and pepper. It will be thin and there is no garlic in it! If you want a thicker sauce or one with garlic like modern restaurants serve, please look elsewhere! Recipe #52892 and Recipe #8596 are two good places to start.

    Recipe #76

    With a little imagination, and some courage, the quest for unique sweet sour sauce can be fulfilled with this simple formula. First thing to try to appreciate is that cooking is a creative sport. SO... Here is a formula that will lead to your own Great Sweet Sour Sauce.

    Recipe #2641

    I love this sauce over vanilla ice cream with a few raisins thrown in, yummy.

    Recipe #429462

    How could I not make this recipe?! An interesting example of the trendy use of bacon these days. If you are intrigued by unusual recipes, this is it! I hope someone else makes this; I would really like another opinion. Well worth trying. I am not sure I liked the finished product cold; room temp might be better. Warmed, it is more like a salsa, great on meatloaf or hamburgers. Perhaps chicken cooked with this would also be good. For me, it's a little too sweet as is; I corrected that with a tad more vinegar and a good sprinkle of sea salt. When making it again, I will cut down on the sugar. Not having thick bacon on hand, I used regular bacon and doubled the amount. But thick bacon would give a chunkier result. I had gorgeous thick-walled red peppers which also helped to make a nicely chunky sauce . And I'm a fan of chunky sauces. And its a beautiful red color! It certainly could be pureed to a texture more like Heinz but I think it would lose some of its appeal. The smoked paprika added a lot; I would increase this to taste. And maybe add a dash of Tabasco too. This takes quite a while to make, heck, you gotta roast those peppers! But it is time well spent. In the summer I'll sacrifice some heirloom tomatoes for this, see how that works. I found the recipe in two places. First, in a recipe book packed in a crate of premium canned tomatoes from Muir Glen. Then, online, under Lisa Carlson's Chef Shack Bacon Ketchup. Identical recipes. Also it appears in several food blogs. And, while we're talking bacon, I can't see bacon cookies. Or fudge. Not in my kitchen.

    Recipe #415379

    Hang on to this recipe for the summer abundance of tomatoes from the gardens of all of those cooks who love to garden! I'm putting the recipe on Zaar just as it appears in the Farm Journal Freezing and Canning cookbook from 1973. However, I did cut the recipe in half for us; poured the resulting delicious ketchup into a covered, plastic container that I kept in the refrigerator. It lasted just fine for almost three months....then it was all gone!

    Recipe #89086

    This recipe comes from Southern Colorado and I have been making it for over 20 years. It is my favorite thing to cook and eat. If you like hot and spicy Mexican food, this is a recipe for you! I made it for our friends and it has become a hit here in Corpus Christi, Texas! The great thing is you can also make it hotter or milder, depending on your taste! In Pueblo, Colorado, we served it over burritos, or enchilada's. My personal favorite way to eat Green Chile (especially on a cold day) is by placing a hamburger bun in a bowl, add a plain hamburger (with or without cheese), smother it with the Green Chile Sauce, then top it with diced onion and oyster crackers. In Colorado we call these green chili sloppers! They are great served with a beer!

    Recipe #21076


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