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    I like to do the first and second step the night before, so I can put it together quickly the next morning for a hearty breakfast. The 30 minute baking time is the perfect amount of time for me to get a shower and dress for work, making this work for a weekday breakfast. Usually I half this recipe to serve 4 instead of 8, except over the holidays.

    Recipe #441248

    This is the recipe that has been in our family and now my sisters and I all make this each Christmas. Could be made for any holiday!!! We then make a buttercream frosting and divide it into different bowls and add different colored food coloring drops to them. My mother always made the dough and cut out the cookies and baked them. The kids all got to frost and decorate them together. Hope you and your family enjoy them. NOTE: Time doesn't include chill time required to make dough workable.

    Recipe #343272

    From my trusty Family Circle Mini Cook Book 'Favourite Christmas Treats' I bring you all this recipe! Simple and easy to prepare in no time at all on a busy day such as Christmas Day!

    Recipe #338098

    I don't think my family has ever had a more tasty salmon dish! I'm someone who likes salmon well done. My husband likes his medium. You can make several pieces to your liking and add this to the top. FABULOUS!

    Recipe #375276

    5 Reviews |  By KateL

    POTENT, but great flavor. From ElBoricua.com, a Puerto Rican cooking site. The morning after I tried this, it took me an hour to find my glasses.

    Recipe #373775

    A cinch to prepare. From Pillsbury.

    Recipe #453968

    A very simple side salad which would go nicely alongside a curry and rice. There isn't much to this, the beauty is in its simplicity. According to the Int'l Vegetarian Union, this is a Swahili recipe, common in Kenya & Tanzania. (www.ivu.org)

    Recipe #456927

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Fun and Yummy! Seafood in a creamy sauce put together into cupcakes using wonton wrappers for ease of no boiling.

    Recipe #451151

    I crave these! I have to have a reason to make these (ie ladies night) otherwise I will eat the whole pan and regret it later!

    Recipe #257190

    This is a recipe fron Kenya. There are a few ways to prepare Red Beans in Africa and different areas seem to prefer different seasonings. The coconut milk in this recipe is the traditional way to make your own, but you can substitute canned to save yourself the trouble. You can also substitute canned kidney beans for the dried. Posted for ZWT, Africa.

    Recipe #455752

    From Taste of Home's Healthy Cooking magazine. Sounds like an easy delicious meal.

    Recipe #339077

    A nice fresh marinade for the grill. Utilizes fresh citrus with the earthy flavors of cumin and paprika.

    Recipe #502904

    I love Mrs. Dash and use it on potatoes quite a bit.

    Recipe #427575

    2 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    Picked up a store flyer that contained this recipe as part of a Dannon add.

    Recipe #449279

    From the cookbook Cajun-Creole Cooking by Terry Thompson a chef and food critic who lived all her life in New Orleans. No need for misters, steam, clay bricks or complicated procedures. This recipe was developed for the food processor. Her note: A scientific discovery made by my good friend, Shirley Corriher, led to the addition of flavored vinegar to the French bread recipe. When testing breads prepared according to the age-old, long, slow-rising French method, it was discovered that the dough became acidic during extended and numerous risings. Her conclusion was simply to add acid at the beginning of the bread-making process. The resulting loaves had both the aroma and taste of the slightly soured and yeasty breads of Europe, without the long rising! Try this method with your favorite bread recipe, using as your guide one teaspoon of fruit-flavored vinegar for every three cups of flour. Don't be tempted to add more vinegar; excess acid can destroy the gluten in the flour. Please follow directions precisely.

    Recipe #460495

    Great for those chilly Fall days. Best part is there isn't any caffeine so the kids can warm up with one of these too.

    Recipe #459366

    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    A regional Pacific Northwest dish that is oh so good. Cook time is chill time. Posted for Zaar World Tour III. *NOTE* I added some Splenda to the yougurt-sour cream mix.

    Recipe #228528

    This produces a delectable chip and nut cookie. Though the combination of nuts can be altered, as well as the type of chips (milk, semi-sweet, white), the one thing stay true to the recipe is the addition of the liqueur.

    Recipe #344015

    I received a package of this as a gift and loved it so much I asked for the mix recipe too. Unusual use of ingredients but turns out a nice cookie. Mix makes about 4 cups of mix. Prepared you receive approximately 2 - 2 1/2 cookies total.

    Recipe #449110

    6 Reviews |  By Katzen

    This is a great recipe - I brought these cookies to a get together, and they were gone really fast, with requests for the recipe. They're flexible because you can use smooth or crunchy peanut butter, as well. Enjoy!

    Recipe #360115

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