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    Recipe #514655

    The coolness of the yogurt complements the spiciness of this dish nicely.

    Recipe #300701

    A healthy, tasty pasta salad made with no mayonnaise. "Cooking time" is really chilling time; preparation time includes time to cook pasta, as you can be slicing the carrots and onion at the same time. I think it tastes better made one day ahead so that flavors get a good chance to combine.

    Recipe #294638

    Succotash with some bite, but no labor involved.

    Recipe #293675

    Super simple appetizer, full of flavor.

    Recipe #248382

    Yummy moist cookies. No need to sift the flour if you're using ordinary commercial all-purpose flour which has already been pre-sifted (as most have). Actual number of cookies depends on how big you make the cookies.

    Recipe #248375

    Adapted from a recipe on the box a tube of Amore Pesto Paste came in. Quite good, I think. Preparation time doesn't include 2 hours marinating time. Instructions are for broiling but shrimp can also be grilled. PLEASE NOTE: In ingredients list, the 4th item should be "pesto paste", but the Recipezaar program turns it into "pesto sauce, paste."

    Recipe #248374

    Another of my pizza-for-one recipes that come in so handy. I use turkey pepperoni, part-skim mozzarella and no-salt-added tomato sauce, but you don't have to if you don't want. When I make the sauce, I usually quadruple it and keep the leftover sauce in the refrigerator to be used in subsequent days.

    Recipe #243784

    A version with no onions; however, if you like, you can slice a small onion and saute it in the bacon fat, stirring and dividing slices into rings, before Step 2.

    Recipe #243737

    Chilean Corn Casserole. This version uses chicken; other versions use beef, as well. Some say that it is not authentic if it doesn't include beef, but I have it on good authority that this is not always the case. However, I'm less concerned with whether it's authentic than whether it tastes good.

    Recipe #243604

    A light version of a pasta favorite. Turkey bacon can be substituted for the ham. We love pepper in our family, but if 1 tsp sounds like a lot to you, just use an amount that suits your taste.

    Recipe #243594

    Serve over rice or chow mein noodles.

    Recipe #243592

    A traditional Yankee recipe. The pork makes it very moist. Of course, the number of servings depends on how many pieces you cut it into. Cake can actually be eaten after Step 4, if desired, but the flavor actually improves if doused with port or sherry and left to sit in the refrigerator a few days.

    Recipe #243591

    Pakistani barbecued chicken. Preparation time does not include time for marinating. If desired, serve with naan.

    Recipe #243586

    Makes a nice summer supper, though good any time. Chickpeas and garbanzo beans are the same thing. Preparation time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #243012

    Quick and easy comfort food.

    Recipe #242993

    I found this recipe on the side of a package of spaghetti (Shaw's brand) and tweaked it a little bit. It's not my idea of Shrimp Diavolo, which usually has tomatoes and not broccoli, but that's what it was called on the box so I'm passing it on (with my slight alterations). Anyway, I thought it was good. The original had 12 oz frozen shrimp, but I think frozen shrimp is often rather devoid of taste.

    Recipe #240912

    Quick, easy, impressive and romantic dinner for two (but can be doubled). For a slightly less fattening dish, omit the cream.

    Recipe #238927

    Curry translated into a Chinese dish--another old favorite from my well-thumbed copy of Jim Lee's Chinese Cookbook. The original recipe called for MSG but I don't use that so I've omitted it; if you want it anyway the amount is 1 tsp and it's in the marinade described in Step 1. The preparation time shown includes the 30 minutes for marinating the meat.

    Recipe #238730

    A good picnic salad. If you want to omit the chicken to make this a vegetarian salad, cut the mayo in the dressing down to 1/3 cup.

    Recipe #238651

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