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    6 Reviews |  By Mrs.J

    This is a recipe that I received from my husband's mom. I never thought I would like meatloaf, but I absolutely love this one. It is simple and fast, especially when you don't have a ton of time to devote to supper that night.

    Recipe #291341

    Yes, you can make authentic gyros at home --> the texture and flavor of this meat is as good as you get in a good Greek restaurant, without the traditional rotating spit.. but this is just the recipe and technique for making the meat, for I'm assuming you know the drill on making the classic gyro sandwich - stuff the meat in a grilled pita with sliced tomatoes, onions and tzaziki sauce.. Enjoy!

    Recipe #285900

    8 Reviews |  By Mike #2

    Highly seasoned beef pairs with kidney beans and hominy in this Latin-inspired dish. Hominy is corn that has been soaked in lime or lye. The result is a versatile grain with a chewy texture and a very light, smoky-sour flavor.

    Recipe #246273

    Authentic Mexican recipe from a friend of the family. Posted for ZWT 3- Mexico.

    Recipe #235672

    The ONLY meatloaf I could eat prior to this one was my Mamma's. One of my Russian interpreters invited me to dinner one night and she served this one. It was so good I immediately had her translate the recipe. I've tried it here in the U.S. and it's just as good. Makes excellent meatloaf sandwiches!

    Recipe #220325

    ------A medley of Thai flavorings livens up ordinary burgers and makes them extraordinary. Lovely and spicy and great topped with your choice of lettuce, tomato slices, basil leaves, cilantro, mint, Thai peanut sauce, mayonnaise, cucumber slices, and garlic or Chile paste.------

    Recipe #211506

    This beef is to be served with Bulgogi dipping sauce recipe#191396 Very tasty delicious dish. You do not have to deep fry the beef - I stir fried it in 2 tbsp Olive oil. I also twinned a vegetarian version while I cooked the regular beef. I used Meatless Beef tenders and followed the recipe just as if it were meat.(see pictures)

    Recipe #191402

    This is another Rachael Ray recipe I make all the time. The only modification I made was to cut the meat in half, from two to one pound. I simmer mine for about 45 min when I have the time.It is also good without the corn cakes.

    Recipe #176438

    This recipe comes from Rachel Rays 30-Minute Meals 2. It's easy and delicious not to mention elegant and worthy of a dinner party!! I don't always use filet, just whatever steak I have in the freezer that is 1 inch thick. Enjoy!

    Recipe #176143

    From kraft.com. "A quick blend of dressing and teriyaki sauce creates an Asian-inspired flavor."

    Recipe #170618

    I absolutely love their meatloaf and I found this copycat recipe online. I haven't tried it yet, but I plan to very soon! **Update - ok so I made this last night and I must say it came out pretty good. My wife loved it, she'd probably give it 5 stars, I'd lean more towards the 4 star rating. Also the cook time was off, I think next time I'll cook it at 375 instead of 350, and I recommend a 5-8 minute broil at the end to crisp up the top. Enjoy!

    Recipe #166890

    This is the filling to my Enchilada Sauce Recipe. The amounts of each is just estimates. This all depends on how much you put in each tortilla, how big your tortillas are and if you use just one, two or all three choices. If you make all three you can use toothpicks to mark which one is which. None for one, flat for another and round for the last.

    Recipe #165663

    This is from Americas Test Kitchen. They say to partially freeze your meat to make the cutting easier. It really does help! I used Sriracha sauce, for the Asian chili Sauce, but you can use sambal, but it is much spicier. Use 6-inch-long skewers; you'll need about 24. As for dipping sauce, this is what I use http://www.food.com/recipe/peanut-dipping-sauce-with-a-kick-159823

    Recipe #161844

    3 Reviews |  By VNess

    A pretty simple way to satisfy your hunger for Indian food. Add spice as needed.

    Recipe #157174

    79 Reviews |  By Redsie

    A wonderful recipe from Cooking Light. A delicious way to use ground beef. You can make it spicier by using more red curry paste.

    Recipe #150739

    19 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    Traditional German beef roll, most always stuffed with dill pickles.

    Recipe #135706

    Submitted to Taste of Home by Lucile Proctor, whose daughter, after entering in a state 4-H beef cooking contest, won a trip to a national competition with the recipe. This is a fun recipe to make with the kids. Makes a great dinner with a green salad. I haven't tried making the dough in a bread machine but am sure it would work well, too.

    Recipe #127593

    This is one of my favorite main dish orzo recipes. Quick and easy to make (always good for weeknight dinners), and it reheats well. It's actually not bad cold, either. Adapted from a Betty Crocker website recipe.

    Recipe #124895

    Not your usual quiche. The crust is made of meat! Don't be scared over the amount of garlic in this recipe. It is wonderful and keeps the vampires at bay LOL!

    Recipe #124672

    Serve with warm tortillas and flaming hot salsa.

    Recipe #124652

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