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    This is a great appetizer. I make this for our Sunday football games. They are a little different than the average buffalo wing.

    Recipe #267630

    Broccoli and chicken casserole. I always double the cheese sauce for more flavor.

    Recipe #267681

    Another great OAMC recipe! For "honey BBQ chicken" add 1/2 cup of your favourite BBQ sauce and make as directed.

    Recipe #182162

    This recipe comes from "Pillsbury's Creative Cooking In Minutes" which was published in 1971 and has been in my family since that time. I have been making these chicken wings for 25+ years and my family prefers these over any others that I have tried. This recipe only feeds 2-3 so be sure to double or triple up as necessary.

    Recipe #247432

    This is a quick and easy chicken recipe, great for a fast weekday meal, serve with rice.

    Recipe #75519

    This recipe came from my sister in law--the best baked chicken I have ever eaten! You can use a whole chicken or a cut up chicken.

    Recipe #268061

    Mmmm. The former president's famous recipe for favorite enchiladas. *Note: I usually substitute flour tortillas and omit the dipping in oil, as that's our preference. I also add a couple of teaspoons of chili powder to the sauce and to the chicken filling mixture.*

    Recipe #268204

    This is THE best chicken salad I've ever had. I got the recipe from my friends mom. It's simple, not a lot of ingredients, but I like it that way. I was raised on Salad Dressing, but I prefer this made with real Mayo. I'm usually one to add onions or garlic to something like this, but I prefer this just the way it is!

    Recipe #228883

    I took a copycat Macaroni Grill recipe and adapted it to have "Carino's ingredients" (except for mushrooms, which I don't care for, but you could add them with the onions, if desired). My friends and I, who are all Carino's Chicken Scallopini freaks LOVED this! Hope you do, too!

    Recipe #209414

    2 Reviews |  By Al Al

    This is actually from Cooking Light, not my grandma, but it is moist and delicious and quite easy. If your chicken is on the small side, don't use quite as many veggies--they won't all fit. :)

    Recipe #219701

    My husband and I use to order buffalo chicken pizza from Pizza Hut till they no longer make it far as I know. One day, we were craving for Buffalo Chicken Pizza, so I came up with this EASY recipe to make it.

    Recipe #222351

    4 Reviews |  By lazyme

    Here's a simple enchilada recipe that doesn't use a tomato based or standard enchilada sauce. It's quick to throw together and can easily be adjusted for smaller portions.

    Recipe #219523

    A hearty combination of potatoes, chicken, and Italian sausage. Cooking the potatoes along with the meats makes them a cut above. And the aroma during cooking will bring everyone running.

    Recipe #214101

    My FAVORITE dish from TGIFriday's. I found the copycat and it is delicious. It is super simple to make and don't skimp on the garlic because that is what really makes the flavor. Also, if tomatoes aren't in season use the canned tomatoes in italian seasonings, they work just as well. Add some garlic bread to the side and you're done!

    Recipe #214189

    6 Reviews |  By Ingy

    This is a very flavorful and simple way to roast a chicken. Recipe inspired by Barefoot Contessa.

    Recipe #138394

    This is one of my husband's favourite meals. The sauce is to die for and also goes great with a nice steak.

    Recipe #213904

    This is the BEST recipe for Jambalaya, directly from OLD NEW ORLEANS!

    Recipe #138849

    An easy version of popular Cajun dish that can be prepared in one pot. From US Rice Council.

    Recipe #18508

    A good recipe I got from a Justin Wilson cookbook. I didn't change much just tweaked a few things and halved the recipe, so it's pretty true to his recipe. This is nice and mild, not a lot of spice so my wife likes it. I have to add at least a tsp of Tabasco to each bowl though. I hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #56571

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