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    Originally from allrecipes.com. I have altered it to suit my and my hubby's tastes. One of my favorite recipes for a richer fish! Serve with a green salad and french bread for a perfect meal, not too light, but not too heavy! I serve it with rickv's Basic Machine French Bread!

    Recipe #381447

    Found on GMA website and credited to Guy Fieri. I use hershey's bars instead of dark chocolate and skip the chili powder and cayenne pepper, but this is how it was originally posted.

    Recipe #383551

    Found on yahoo.com they credited it to eatingwell.com. I just think it sounds light and yummy. Perfect for a hot summer evening with some white wine!

    Recipe #384039

    From Taste of Home Five Ingredient Cookbook. Good for brunch or as a side for supper.

    Recipe #384306

    From 20 minute pasta with Giada de Laurentis. I either leave out the clams and add more shrimp and some crab, or I just use canned. But I like the option of shrimp and crab better!

    Recipe #384671

    Ooooh, so creamy and good. Ooooh, so fattening. Had to change this one up and delete some calories or spend an extra hour running. I love to run, but I didn't/don't have the extra hour. ENJOY! Inspired by homecooking -- perfected on eatbetteramerica.com I hour of prep time includes the time to cook the rice (longer than white rice) I cook it the night before and leave it covered in the fridge to make cooking easier the next night!

    Recipe #385245

    From Betty Crocker! Oh yummy! We don't like tomatoes so we leave them out!

    Recipe #385225

    From bettycrocker.com they credited it to eatbetteramerica.com I found it while looking for low calorie high taste substitutes for my creamy calorie and fat laden favorites. I eat this a lot during training for a marathon b/c it is high in carbs and protein but low in fat! Perfect for all you runners out there! Great for everyone commited to an overall lifestyle change! 2 hours cooktime is chill time. Also, Sometimes I use turkey lunch meat (smoked, highest in protein lowest in fat I can find) instead of cutting up an actual breast.

    Recipe #385248

    From The National Pasta Association. This is one I have yet to try -- but it sounds right up my alley!

    Recipe #388363

    This is a little more work than the normal way I make salmon -- with lemon and old bay under the broiler -- but it is well worth the extra effort! I love to take the salmon cold to work for lunch with a salad! All that protein gives me the extra boost to make it through the afternoon sleepies where I CRAVE carbs like it is going out of style! From goodcooking with Chef John V. AuTHORS NOTE: The method of cooking called "poaching" can be applied to fish, shellfish, chicken, meats, vegetables and fruits. It is a shallow method of cooking where the food item is simmered in a flavored broth with the addition of very little or no fat. It is healthier than sautéing, has a delicate flavor and may be served hot or cold. It is a perfect summer method because you can cook your item without getting the kitchen all heated up. You can also cook items days in advance and then eat them chilled with various salad ingredients if you like. Additional accompaniments of mashed potatoes topped with chopped chives and crisp cooked green beans makes a nice accompaniment. Extra lemon juice isn't needed because it is already in the sauce.

    Recipe #388905

    Quick one dish meal. From Southern Living. Has the following note: Substituting frozen ravioli for lasagna noodles brings this lasagna to the table in only 45 minutes. A spin on classic lasagna, this white sauce version features a savory combination of spinach, pesto and Alfredo sauce.

    Recipe #389369

    Sweet and Salty! From Betty Crocker.

    Recipe #391307

    Very delicious for brunch. Warm cinnamony goodness. This takes a little extra time, but it is a very lovely presentation. Most of the time I add about a teaspoon of cinnamon to the cream cheese mixture to add a little more cinnamon. From Betty Crocker

    Recipe #391301

    From 3 fat chicks on a diet (3fatchicks.com) Just another diet-ed down version! Still very good though! I make my own whole wheat bread crumbs byt de-crsuting and dying in the oven then crushing up in a big ziplock bag. I would not use fat free cheddar cheese -- it melts funny!

    Recipe #391486

    From about.com. we usually add garlic powder with the other seasonings!

    Recipe #393603

    OK with vitamin A! The veggies in this recipe offer a super source of antioxidant vitamin A that helps prevent cell damage. From eatbetteramerica.com

    Recipe #393215

    Posted for Think Pink event. From grouprecipes.com

    Recipe #392520

    From delish.com not sure where they got it from -- sounds like a great weeknight meal!

    Recipe #391497

    epicurious. I make mine with sun-dried tomatoes.

    Recipe #393767

    This is from Vol 29 no. 9 of Michegan County Lines. Cooktime really depends on when you put it in the oven. if everything is still hot from the stovetop, 15 minutes should do it. If you have let come down to room temp, then you will probably need more, just be careful to watch it and not let it burn.

    Recipe #393634

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