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    This is a rich, satisfying meal that freezes well. Great on a cold winter day. Serve it with tortillas, cornbread, French breadand/or rice! Enjoy!

    Recipe #51140

    I learned how to prepare this soup during a vegetarian cooking class. I'm not very fond of beets, but this was rather tasty. Recipe courtesy Rob McLean, instructor.

    Recipe #297203

    This is similar to homefries, but the turnips add something extra.

    Recipe #333493

    A Bolivian vegan recipe from Around the World. The salsa is also typical of Ecuador, Chile, Peru, and northern Chile. Enjoy!

    Recipe #307531

    22 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Nice and crispy! Sweet with a Kick! Top that juicy steak with these! If you want more of a kick add 1 teaspoon of Old Bay to the milk mixture as well!

    Recipe #55244

    Origially featured on a 1952 Better Homes and Gardens cover, it's been perfected over the years. I hope you'll agree that this version is the moistest, richest, "chocolateiest" cake ever.

    Recipe #219221

    This is for serious garlic lovers. The chicken bakes out so moist and tender! Grated cheese may be sprinkled on top of the breast the last 5 minutes of cooking if desired but that is optional. Double all ingredients for more than four breasts and adjust the amount of garlic to suit taste. For the coating amount you might be able to get away with 5 or maybe 6 very small chicken breasts, but I would suggest to increase the amount slightly --- to take this dish to yet another level, about 10 minutes before the cooking time is finished, drizzle the top of the chicken with a little pasta sauce, then sprinkle mozzarella cheese on top. Return to oven for about 10 minutes until the chicken is completely cooked and sauce is hot and cheese has melted. For a lemon-garlic flavor add in 3 tablespoons lemon juice to the melted butter/garlic mixture --- *NOTE* for a healthier alternative Smart Balance Butter Blend may be used in place of the melted butter --- you will love this chicken! Visit my food blog, www.kittencalskitchen.com, for more of my recipes.

    Recipe #82102

    A good breakfast or brunch recipe. I like to double this for a 9x13 pan. Fresh or frozen blueberries can be used in the recipe as well.

    Recipe #286953

    I'm posting this recipe on Australia Day 2007 as a tribute to an Australian friend, Sandra Woodhouse. She gave me this recipe in 1981—not long after I married an Australian. Don't let the number of ingredients or steps deter you. This is really easy. Sandra would have loved Recipezaar, but she died too young—and before she 'found' it. She lived in the USA for three or four years and thoroughly enjoyed it.

    Recipe #207870

    Great tasty banana bread! This is a regular in our household as it is one of the most popular requests among our vegan friends as well as our kids. :)

    Recipe #300011

    I love Japanese food, I don't make this recipe to often as I try to stay away from deep frying. It comes from a book called 'Taste of Japan' by Masaki Ko.

    Recipe #192113

    Ribbons of pork loin marinated in a kicky sweet sour sauce, skewered with green onions and quickly grilled. An easy do-ahead prep makes this dish ideal for a cookout without a lot of last minute fuss. Note: Minimum marinating time is included in prep time.

    Recipe #173923

    The proverbial statement "You know you are a Weight Watcher when..." could easily be completed with you have heard of or tried chicken simmered in a sauce made of equal parts ketchup and diet cola. While I love the dish for it's simplicity, I find it too sweet for my tastes. Inspired by Recipe #219157 and the addition of onions to add a savory note, I decided to play with the classic and developed this version. Though there are a few more ingredients, it is just as easy to prepare as the original. (WW 4 points per serving and Core)

    Recipe #303856

    This is a rich thick stew.

    Recipe #307187

    Here it is, my mom's FAMOUS Meatball recipe! This is THEE most requested of her for anything, anywhere! Whenever there is a shower, birthday, christening, etc., someone is asking for 150 to 200 of her famous meatballs. :) Of course, she always says yes! She is not one for "exact" measurements (a little of this, a dash of that), so I tried the best I could to adapt her recipe. Of course, these are best served with My Mama Iuliucci's "Don't Skip a Step" Spaghetti Sauce recipe #26947, but I have used jazzed-up jarred sauce and they are still great. However, meat-a-balls like these deserve a homemade sauce, in my humble opinion!

    Recipe #32618

    48 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Chipotles give a zippy flavor Honey giving it a sweetness making it a perfect finger licking food for entertaining. Tweeked from Weber. Serve as an appetizer or over rice for a main meal. I served this with Lime Cayenne mayonnaise recipe #120459. It went great with it!

    Recipe #116536

    20 Reviews |  By loof

    This yummy chicken can be grilled or broiled. I use boneless, skinless breasts but thighs or legs could probably be used too...

    Recipe #276257

    This is from one of those cookbooks you purchase at the check out stand at the grocery store. I've adapted it to our families tastes. Great for a quick and easy weeknight supper. This can also be made in your crockpot and cooked on low for 7-8 hours or on high for 3-4 hours.

    Recipe #306933

    Team Gobsmacked created this dish for a Caribbean challenge during Zaar World Tour III. Each team member suggested an ingredient. Then I added a few more and came up with what you see here. I relied on the fact that jerk seasoning typically includes allspice, Scotch Bonnet peppers, cloves, cinnamon, scallions, nutmeg, thyme and garlic—so all of these are here and more. I live in Australia and have never eaten jerk, so my irreverent team figured I was the logical choice (target) to create this dish. I have no way of knowing how authentic or tasty this is. I plan on making it in a few days and seeing whether it works. If you make this, you can tell me whether it works for you, and suggest revisions. Note: In Strine (Australian lingo), gobsmacked means surprised or stunned. You have been warned. Time does not include overnight marinating.

    Recipe #234684

    I have been making this soup for a long time now and everyone likes it. Very tasty if made with smoked bacon.You can use any beans you like.Can't remember how i came by it.

    Recipe #281191

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