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    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

    An unusual combination of ingredients comes together to make a delicious dip or cracker spread. Quick and easy to prepare, it can be made a day in advance or served immediately. Created for the Fall 2010 Dining on a Dollar Contest.

    Recipe #440744

    Instead of buying a bottle that will sit in the fridge for ages and takes up space. I find it easier to make my own garlic sauce for when I eat falafel. It is a lot cheaper as well. Also you can adapt it to your own taste. it is very easy to make and takes up no time.

    Recipe #396261

    This is a Midwestern classic apparently-- a school chum from Iowa told me about this recipe that's popular around fall and early winter, from having leftover cans of pumpkin from stocking up on sale but not wanting to make any more pumpkin pies-- they're popular for high teas, luncheon spreads, Superbowl parties, Thanksgiving and Christmas, or sitting on your can watching The Golden Girls. :D Since I didn't want to use actual marshmallow Fluff...this is my fluffy adaptation of this recipe that came out HEAVENLY. I could eat a drum of this stuff and not get bored of it! One 15 or 16 oz can of pumpkin works, or you can measure out 2 cups from a 28-oz can. You can also use 2 tsp pumpkin pie spice for the spicing but it tends to be overpowering, the subtler cinnamon and nutmeg is better.

    Recipe #390700

    Eggplant makes this a rich and luscious sauce.

    Recipe #171402

    BLT = Bacon, leek, and tomatoes! They all go into this tasty and very easy dip! Prep time doesn't include chilling.

    Recipe #46990

    Serve as a dipping sauce with your favourite seafood, especially nice with prawns.

    Recipe #232904

    This tastes so fresh with the line juice added. We eat this all summer long.

    Recipe #369787

    1 Reviews |  By katew

    Lovely with fruit compote.

    Recipe #385761

    Makes a wonderful addition to an appetizer table. Olives add the zip to the ham spread. Add some diced cheddar cheese for a different taste. For sandwiches, I use toasted whole wheat or pumpernickel.

    Recipe #385793

    This is a quick 4 ingredient recipe for a dip that is wonderful to dip fruit in.. I live in a house full of saliors and its something they request everytime they come home from a outing.

    Recipe #341991

    This rich dipping sauce comes courtesy of my wonderful brother-in-law ... a very good cook! I had this at his house and blackmailed my sister into sneaking out the recipe to me. Worth it!!!

    Recipe #322625

    Brush this slightly sweet sauce on shrimp or chicken before and during grilling. The recipe makes enough for 1 1/2 pounds of chicken or shrimp, with some left over to pass at the table. DO NOT substitute coconut milk for the cream of coconut. Coco Lopez is usually found with drink mixers in the grocery, I have found other brand for much less at my local Asian markets. You can also use as a marinade.

    Recipe #374133


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