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    Tried+True: Dinner's and Sides

    These are all of my favorite Dinner recipes.
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    11 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    Refreshing! Good potluck pick, too!

    Recipe #42699

    This is a variation of a few different recipes. I use ground turkey, to reduce the fat, but it tastes great made with any ground meat. My picky kids call these Sweetballs. They gobble them up, always asking for 2nds!!! This is great served over rice with a side of vegetables.

    Recipe #219793

    Yum! Given to me by a German neighbor, very simple and delicious.

    Recipe #113149

    21 Reviews |  By Chippy

    I love to eat out and I think that this is even better than the schnitzel we can get at our local German restaurant. I found the recipe on the RecipeSource web site.

    Recipe #52478

    I love burghul (cracked wheat) in falafel. These are delicious as a pita bread filling with tabbouleh and hommous. Prep time does not include soaking for the chickpeas or bulghur.

    Recipe #114320

    An excellent accompaniment to souvlaki or gyros. Tastes best if allowed to sit refrigerated for several hours. You can find Greek style yogurt for this recipe in Greek or Middle Eastern delicatessins, or just feel free to use plain yogurt.

    Recipe #80959

    Deliciousssssssssssss!

    Recipe #35063

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