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    Family favorites! My family has tried and approved these recipes and I will make them again and again!
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    477 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This has to be one of the most amazing chicken dishes I have ever made or eaten. It's really scary to watch people just attack this dish and practically inhale it in one breath. Brush up on your Heimlich Maneuver, people do get a little over-enthusiastic over this. Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #76930

    My daughter, Alicia, brought this recipe home from a camping trip. Their recipe was pretty simple and lacked the tastes that I prefer in my cooking, so we tweaked it to our own tastes. We eat it either wrapped in warm flour tortillas and dripping down our hands and arms, or I have wrapped it in corn tortillas dipped into the warm sauce and laid out in a casserole dish and covered with the rest of the sauce and sprinkled with shredded cheese for typical enchiladas.

    Recipe #180953

    This is our traditional St. Patrick's Day meal. I have served this sweet, spiced version of corned beef ever since I first tried it years ago. Not the healthiest meal, but worth it for just that one special holiday each year. I serve this with soda bread, mashed parsnips, and boiled cabbage. This serves 4-6. If you prefer, you can sub mini red skinned potatoes and baby carrots so you don't need to do any cutting, just use more of them. Adapted from a Killian's recipe.

    Recipe #20707

    A quick improvised recipe for a weeknight dinner. Feel free to leave out the ranch dressing packet and add your own spices. I'd recommend onion powder, garlic powder, salt, pepper, paprika, celery seed, dried parsley and dried dill - about a teaspoon each of the spices and a dash of salt and pepper to taste.

    Recipe #106970

    Adapted from Woman's Day magazine. I changed all of the ingredients to lower fat versions, but the original called for the full fat stuff, so by all means use whichever you prefer. Good way to use up a little leftover corn and chicken. If you prefer to not buy pre-bagged salad, just add a little shredded red cabbage,carrots, and sliced radishes to your favorite salad greens. You may also sub any type of cooked beans you prefer - chickpeas, kidney beans, black-eyed peas, etc. Shredded leftover pork or turkey would also be nice in this.

    Recipe #90442

    I adopted this recipe from the Recipezaar account, and I'm so glad that I did. This has become a regular addition to my OAMC and I have created a public cookbook filled with recipe ideas using this recipe. This is a three-ingredient wonder that's easy (5 minutes of your time), delicious and versatile.

    Recipe #4957

    This is my favorite Shepherds Pie recipe. Using leftover meatloaf gives it a great flavor. We like it so much I've made meatloaf just to fix this. :) The prep time is with using leftover meatloaf and instant potatoes.

    Recipe #13625

    Taught to me by a good friend over late nights in front of old movies on the tube. The wonderful thing about this recipe, in my opinion, is that it is as versatile as a set of Lego blocks. It's a ton of fun to tinker with the ingredients. Use whatever you have lying around - the only essential thing is the egg-coated ramen with one-half pack of seasoning. Multiply it for friends, or double it for yourself - because if you add another egg and a sausage link it's even great for breakfast. Oh, and I don't have a wok, so I use an 4-quart cooking pan when I multiply this for my kids.

    Recipe #58669

    This is from the "Fix-It and Forget-It Cookbook" for slow-cookers. I love this, and do my husband and son. Make sure to add the vinegar at the end, it makes a big, delicious difference! We like ours with fresh cornbread.

    Recipe #83647

    I first saw these "tortured" chickens served at a bar-b-q. Lined up on a serving platter, beer cans still in place! Talk about a conversation starter!The dry rub sounds bizarre, but I guarantee the proportions blend into a delicious combination.

    Recipe #20099

    1 Reviews |  By Tish

    I was messing around with a recipe found here on 'zaar and came up with this version that my family really liked. I imagine you could bake this as well

    Recipe #143191

    My husband tossed this together last night and it was a resounding success. I didn't write down the exact measurments as he is a handfull cook but this is pretty close. It was light and tasty! (Similar to Lumache AI Carciofi)

    Recipe #54434

    This was an inspired thought that sometimes happens when you think you are going to make one meal...everyone says they don't want it and magically it turns into something else..much better than the original plan! This was my fast meatloaf solution turned into spaghetti sauce. It's fun to play with and may evolve into something else if you don't watch out!

    Recipe #145063

    1 Reviews |  By Tish

    Colorful spring vegetables make this quiche as beautiful to look at as it is delicious to eat. To save some time when preparing it, use a refrigerated pie crust. Bake the crust as directed in the recipe.

    Recipe #22693

    3 Reviews |  By Tish

    This meal can be made to eat now or frozen for use later! It great home cooked flavor will be a favorite with family and guests!

    Recipe #32265

    32 Reviews |  By Tish

    Another converted recipe from Cooking light for OAMC use. These are obviously good and like right away and a good alternative to fast food if you want something quick at home.

    Recipe #81115

    4 Reviews |  By Tish

    My husband makes this for me every fall and I can't live without it. You can make without the wine but it helps. You could serve this in little pumpkins to make more festive. Better the 2nd day

    Recipe #15147

    14 Reviews |  By Tish

    This is a beautiful frittata. We eat it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. With fresh fruit or salad depending on the meal. Enjoy

    Recipe #19310

    6 Reviews |  By Tish

    Recipe from Diabetes Cookbook for Dummies. This is such a tasty appetizer. My dear husband made it for me and it was "to die for"

    Recipe #60139

    2 Reviews |  By Tish

    Quick salad that I often used as a meal when I was a vegetarian. Quick, cold, one-meal dishes are great for the summer because they can be put together whenever you have time, and then even served at room temperature

    Recipe #52369

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