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    1 Reviews |  By Pismo

    After watching this episode of America's Test Kitchen, I had to make this! I used canned tomatillos and poblano chiles (28 oz. can) and it tasted wonderful! So fresh and delicious! I didn't think it was too spicy, even using Pepper Jack cheese. Here are the comments from their original recipe: "You can substitute three 11-ounce cans of tomatillos, drained and rinsed, for the fresh ones in this recipe. Halve large tomatillos (more than 2 inches in diameter) and place them skin-side up for broiling to ensure even cooking and charring. If you can’t find poblanos, substitute 4 large jalapeño chiles (with seeds and ribs removed). To increase the spiciness of the sauce, reserve some of the chiles’ ribs and seeds and add them to the food processor."

    Recipe #371754

    Handed down from my first mother-in-law from Oklahoma in 1960. it is prepared kinda backward but tastes great to me. I make around 20 at a time,eat some and freeze the rest in portions.

    Recipe #368676

    I have texture issues - so this macaroni and cheese is my favorite due to the low "slime" factor! It's more like macaroni and cheese souffle since it has eggs. I adapted this from a church cookbook recipe my mom used to have - but it was very labor intensive. This way works fine for me! I like it because it's quick to throw together and put in the oven. I usually throw in a green bean casserole with it. If you want to try a new version of an old classic - give this a try!

    Recipe #355016

    4 Reviews |  By BarbryT

    From the July 2007 Fine Cooking. Simple and satisfying and not too spicy. Serves 4 as a main dish, 6 to 8 as an appetizer. The time assumes already roasted poblanos.

    Recipe #353218

    An easy to fix deep-dish pizza cooked in a cast-iron skillet. To be sure pizza doesn't stick, I give it a shot of non-stick spray. For pizza sauce, I recommend Steve's Recipe #8497 and I haven't used refrigerated store-bought dough since.

    Recipe #17300

    I'm a big fan of spicy food, and this is a quick recipe I enjoy making when I'm in a hurry. It is a versatile recipe that can be modified to suit your taste -- it can be made spicier by adding some extra hot peppers or cayenne pepper, you could add some black beans to the mixture, and so on. Any leftovers also reheat wonderfully in the microwave the next day.

    Recipe #351442

    You'll never believe quick and easy casserole calls for a box of macaroni and cheese!

    Recipe #338562

    This recipe was featured in an email today from the www.cooksillustrated.com website. You can actually view a video at the website if you have any questions. It's pretty cool! "It's important not to overbake the lasagna. Once the sauce starts bubbling around the edges, turn the oven to broil. If your lasagna pan is not broiler-safe, brown the lasagna at 500 degrees for about 10 minutes. Whole milk is best in the sauce, but skim and low-fat milk also work. Supermarket-brand cheeses work fine in this recipe. The Gorgonzola may be omitted, but the flavor of the lasagna won't be as complex. The test kitchen prefers the flavor and texture of Barilla no-boil noodles, but this recipe will work with most brands. One box of Barilla will yield enough noodles for this recipe; you may need two boxes of other brands."

    Recipe #335974

    This is a fantastic mac and cheese recipe, with grown up flavors...you've got to give it a try. I made it last year for a dinner party, and after a year of people asking for the recipe (It really is that good!) I decided to just put it on Zaar. The recipe comes from the Fall 2007 edition of The Best of Fine Cooking magazine. This serves 8 people as a main course.

    Recipe #335499

    I found this recipe several years ago in a magazine alongside an ad for either soup or noodles. It sounded good, I tried it, my kids LOVED it and now I cook it for dinner about every other week. It's super-fast and very yummy!

    Recipe #334688

    This is a simple, easy recipe I make on nights when I don't feel like making something that's time consuming or when the weather is cold. I also substitute 3 cans (12 oz.) of chicken if I don't have time to cook the chicken breasts. Some variations yield different flavors, ( substituting cream of chicken for broccoli cheese, etc.) so be adventurous! :)

    Recipe #330856

    I use the Marie Callendar's copykat crust recipe and I used 1/2 Extra Sharp Cheddar and 1/2 Cabot's Seriously Sharp Hunter's Cheese (WalMart carries this) Very very delicious! Found decades ago from a B & B but never tried till today!

    Recipe #330831

    A light pizza with olive oil, garlic, fresh basil, fresh tomatoes, mozzarella and Parmesan cheeses. Perfect with a beer on a hot summer night. I was inspired to try and make this myself after having an delicious version of it at Small Bar in Chicago. Yum!

    Recipe #318298

    For great tasting enchiladas with homemade sauce, you have to try this one! It's the only one I make!

    Recipe #54909

    Green Enchiladas is a dish that you make knowing you are looking forward to the leftovers. I love the creaminess and tang of the sauce.

    Recipe #37856

    When I eat at a Mexican restaurant, I always like to order cheese and onion enchiladas as opposed to the ones with meat in them. I am glad I found this recipe. Whip this recipe up with ingredients you have on hand.

    Recipe #199766

    Got this from an on-line friend. My whole family loves this! Mix different pasta shapes together.

    Recipe #133413

    This is the way my Mom has been making enchiladas my whole life. She got the basic recipe from neighbors when she was a teenager. They are made with flour tortillas instead of corn and get a pasty texture which we enjoy. We always eat this with Recipe#195501 for a nice unhealthy comfort food meal. My Mom has also frozen these alongside the rice chile verde in aluminum containers...they bake up great in the oven!

    Recipe #233148

    A quick & easy meal using the good old "Blue Box." I use ground turkey sausage, but use regular pork sausage if you wish (just drain off excess fat).

    Recipe #303687

    From Simple & Delicious, submitted by Marti Gutwein. Original also called for a 15 oz. can of black beans (rinsed and drained) to add in the second step, but I leave out as personal preference.

    Recipe #302082

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