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    Couldn't be easier. This is baked in a shallow casserole dish or 4 small 1 1/2 cup sized shallow individual pans. It gets nice and puffy almost like a souffle which makes a beautiful presentation. I found this recipe in an old Sunset cook book. This is Florentine sytle cooking. Makes a great dinner or breakfast. You can sub jack cheese for the fontina also.

    Recipe #372389

    This classic Italian casserole with ziti macaroni, tiny meatballs and homemade sauce is easy to make and delicious. The sauce takes 1 1/2 hours to reduce so to save time you can make the meatballs and sauce ahead of time. I like to top it with fresh strips of basil !

    Recipe #372383

    This is a delicious and easy pasta dish. The ridges on the noodles really grab onto the chunky sauce. It's rich and oh sooo tasty.

    Recipe #372379

    This soup is full of fresh flavors. It makes a great dinner or lunch. Do use the dried chile if you can find it. I find them at the end of the grocery isle by the tortillas where the spices come in plastic bags and not litttle jars. A more common dried chile is the California. These can be chewy so put it in whole after seeding and remove when done. It's mild but you can add more to taste. It really makes the soup. The chile powder is not the normal chili powder in the grocery store, it's the dried ancho chiles ground down. You can also try canned chipoltle peppers or even use fresh anaheims or pablanos. Use the bagged prewashed baby spinach leaves also to save time. Serve it with avocado and lime wedges and warm tortillas. Yum!

    Recipe #367924

    This is a great Italian brunch dish. Its so easy to make. The presentation is beautiful and it tastes wonderful. Serve it up with some fruit and a nice crusty piece of bread.

    Recipe #367920

    A fresh tasting savory dinner. Easy to prepare and so many possible variations it will have you thinking. The amounts are approximate and you can adjust more or less to your preference. I have made these with shredded chicken, refried beans, shrimp and cheese or even left over taco meat and spanish rice. We always have frozen shrimp on hand and you can adjust the amount of fillings to your taste. Even low-fat and vegetarian versions are delicious! Note on handling the peppers: wear gloves if you have them, if not wash your hands well after cleaning!

    Recipe #364339

    The whole enchilada on a tortilla. Super easy and sooo delicious. A great sunday brunch, breakfast, lunch or dinner and loaded with toppings of your choice. You might even have a midnite craving for this cheesy and spicy mexican comfort food. My husband loves these and requests them twice weekly. See the list of toppings at bottom of recipe. You can also add shredded chicken or beef to make your meat eaters happy. Prep time is for toppings and shredding cheese.

    Recipe #364328

    A luscious mexican specialty! These are quite easy to prepare and better than what you find in a mexican restaurant. Chiles filled with savory cheese, crusted in a golden egg coating and topped with a light tomato sauce or enchilada sauce of your choice. I use canned red enchilada sauce to save time and it adds a little kick too. My family loves these! You can use 1 lg. 7 oz. can of whole green chiles but they are very soft and make it difficult to stuff.

    Recipe #364318

    Delicious peanut buttery spicy skewers. These are suprisingly lowfat if you use natural peanut butter (the kind you keep in the fridge) Use pork tenderloin with any fat trimmed.

    Recipe #357615

    a zesty delicious lowfat salad, good warm or cold. For maximum flavor, refrigerate overnight and bring to room temperature for serving.

    Recipe #357604

    A delicious casserole similar to tamale pie except using Fritos chips. Easy and a family fave. This is my Mom's recipe. A great football game day dish and can be versatile with any leftovers.

    Recipe #357598

    These are the real deal. Tastes almost exactly like the candy. Great for holidays. Easy to make and freeze well for special occasions.

    Recipe #355277

    crunchy peanut brittle with hint of cinnamon and topped with crunchy kosher salt (for 900 watt microwave and variation for other watt ovens)

    Recipe #355094

    Creamy herb dressing with a kick, very easy to make

    Recipe #355071

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