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    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com. The cold butter is the secret. It's not included in other copy cat recipes.

    Recipe #256914

    Really, after you have the quiche mix down you can replace the other ingredients with whatever you like. My husband happens to like the sausage and cheese. Weight Watchers: 3 points per muffin when using low fat sausage, cheese and baking mix and fat free milk.

    Recipe #247054

    Simply delicious and easy to make! :)

    Recipe #78637

    Prep time approx. 40 min (I found this in the May 2003 Canadian Living Magazine) This is a quick and easy recipe. Garlic becomes mellow when roasted,(so don't let 12 cloves scare you away) and roasting the tomatoes brings out the rich flavor. The two compliment each other. Using cherry tomatoes saves time so if you use other kinds of tomatoes it may take longer. I have two kids age 11 and 14 who love this recipe and always have more than one helping.

    Recipe #60981

    "Found em!" I shouted to anyone that might be hovering near the country road mile we live on. A light rain shower just started, and there I was standing in the garden hunting down the last tomato that might be hiding. I found a couple of tomatoes nestled down beneath the sweet potato vines, large pepper plants leaves, and the numerous weeds that had continued to sprout even in the cool Fall weather. Mud was already caked to my old garden crocs, and my hands were also full of mud. Dexter the Mastiff sat quietly beside me, and was trying to stare down a brown caterpillar that was making it's way slowly across the earth. I turned, quickened my step down the dirt road with the dog beside me, carrying a half of dozen various sized tomatoes tettering in my arms and trying not to drop any along the road to home. I really wanted some tomato soup, and I just knew it would warm me up and Dex too. This recipe uses canned tomatoes, or you can use fresh ones too, like I did. I just peeled the tomatoes, put em' in the pot and went right along with the recipe from there. This recipe was loosely adapted from Cooks Illustrated.

    Recipe #333005

    Here's another found recipe that I haven't tried but sounds great and I want to save. I love a good skirt steak and add the bourbon and spices and how can you go wrong. I'll be making this soon to see if it's as good as it sounds. Would be good with baked beans. Finally made this and LOVED it. I made two small changes - added a teaspoon of liquid smoke to increase that smokey flavor and a teaspoon of fresh, grated garlic as we love it. It was so easy and sooooo good. Try this and I don't think you'll be disappointed.

    Recipe #270880

    An epicurious recipe I tried recently and LOVED! Easy chicken curry with a nice nutty sauce.

    Recipe #120810

    Sancocho means to parboil, but most often refers to a soup, usually made with chicken and yuca (cassava) and plantains. The reason it got the name Sancocho is that it is cook relatively fast and at a high temperature, or in a pressure cooker. This version is called Amarillo (yellow) because it includes ingredients (turmeric, annatto seeds) to make the broth appear yellowish. They are optional, of course. If you cannot find some of the vegetables, just double up on what you can find. I put the batata in parenthesis next to the yautia because it is not in the database at all. You can use both if you can find them.

    Recipe #441122

    58 Reviews |  By Tish

    A great option for vegetarian lasagna. You will greatly enjoy the mix of vegetables in this dish! *Note: pasta sauce can be a white or red but I have found that if I'm freezing it, that the red works out best for me...none the less, I believe the original recipe does call for a white sauce. Thanks Marg (CaymanDesigns) for pointing it out.

    Recipe #38607

    From the Texas Beef Council posted for the Greek portion of the Zaar World Tour. Feel free to up the seasonings on the beef if you like it really flavorful. As Saraghina states, leftover roast would be great here too!

    Recipe #142823

    I threw this together when the cupboards were bare. It ended up being really good and it's very easy! This makes enough for 2 - medium sized pizzas.

    Recipe #346222

    This dish was inspired by Vote_for_Pedro's White Bean & Spinach Soup. Like the original, this is quick, easy and full of flavor. It makes a nice dinner for 4 served with a good salad or it can be a starting course and serve more. Use 3 or 4 cups of broth according to how thick you like your soups or how much liquid your pasta absorbs.

    Recipe #150898

    Another delectable entry for the Zaar World Tour from the enticing World Vegetarian Cookbook by Madhur Jaffrey. This is simple enough to prepare midweek and comforting as the first cold air of fall arrives.

    Recipe #140836

    I do about 12 breasts at a time and freeze for sandwiches or wraps or I use it for stirfry's.

    Recipe #36944

    This is a excellent Tomato Salad , Perfect for hot summer days with Grilled Dishes. You can vary this recipe , try finely sliced shallots for the onion or even lime juice for the lemon, or add a teaspoon of dijion-style mustard to the dressing.Make this salad just before serving.This Recipe came from a fab Book called "The Best of India"

    Recipe #137329

    This is a family recipe handed down from my mom. It's vietnamese in origin and has a delicious asian flavor. Our whole family loves these ribs and the marinade can be used on other meat like chicken as well. The ingredients sound a bit different but trust that they are delicous!

    Recipe #418969

    This is my mom's specialty. I hated it as a little kid, but now I adore it and make it often. It was hard to nail my mom's recipe down to measurements, but we figured that this was the closest we could get without saying "eyeball" it. The flavors are the classic Thai mix of salty, sour, sweet and spicy.

    Recipe #89165

    This sauce is delicious on just about anything including plain white rice. Wonderful on grilled shrimp. It is the sauce used for the Grilled Vietnamese Jumbo Shrimp on Sugarcane Sticks that I posted. Great recipe with many variations!

    Recipe #172588

    35 Reviews |  By Bitsie

    This is a very flavorful soup that is a comfort food for my family. The recipe was given to me by my Portuguese mil over 30 yrs ago. Her mother had passed it on to her. This soup is easily stretched to make more servings. The Chorizo gives the broth a good base for adding another can of beans or more pasta or a little water. Soul warming for a cold night, serve with a warm crusty bread. A great next day soup. Freezes well.

    Recipe #82886

    This is an amazing recipe. Don't let the number of ingredients scare you off...just line up the bottles and measure!

    Recipe #87962

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