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    This tasty combination is great for tostadas and burritos. I got this little ditty from my favorite resource "Low Fat Mexican Recipes"

    Recipe #204620

    This recipe need to be credited to a little recipe book I have titled "Low Fat Mexican Recipes." It has very good recipes that I use regularly. I'm putting my favorites on Zaar for safe keeping. This is great scrambled eggs or potatoes.

    Recipe #204614

    Once again, I am saving this yummy stew acquired from my little book "Low Fat Mexican Recipes"

    Recipe #204599

    This is an excellent, easy method for making low-fat taco shells. NOTE: More than one ingredient is required. The cooking oil ingredient is not to be used.

    Recipe #204597

    Credit for this tasty recipe goes to one of my favorite cookbooks: "Low Fat Mexican Recipes." Pico de Gallo is a relish made of finely chopped ingredients. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #204572

    Credit for this masterpiece recipe goes to my sister, Judy, the best cook I know. I can't imagine this machaca recipe being beaten by any other, at least any other I've tried which are many.

    Recipe #204269

    Another bisquick dessert recipe that is quick, tasty, and easy to make. One of the quickie desserts I love to make because everyone enjoys it so much. This is a new addition to my comments, my grandson and I made this last night night using apple pie filling -- AWSOME says it all. We're going to go through all the pie fillings and start all over again. Gotta try it folks!

    Recipe #203961

    This recipe for peanut butter cookies originated from an old community recipe book I've had for years. This is the only peanut butter cookie I make and everyone loves them.

    Recipe #203955

    These are scrumptious bar cookies. I send them to family out of state occasionally because they travel very well.

    Recipe #203951

    Kids enjoy helping make this easy tasty treat.

    Recipe #203786

    This is the best chocolate cake recipe I've ever discovered bar none. I've been making this cake to rave reviews since 1966. Give it a try and see if you don't agree.

    Recipe #203780

    I found this recipe in the San Diego Union Tribune, and this type of dish is right up my alley. Prep time does not include overnight refrigeration.

    Recipe #203561

    The first time I made these awesome oatmeal cookies was May of 1982 and I've been making them regularly ever since. Credit goes to Donna Riesenberg of West Allis, Wisconsin. Her remarks state that this was her Grandmother's favorite recipe and claimed it won her grandfather.

    Recipe #203130

    This recipe comes from a bag of frozen meatballs, and it is very easy, quick and yummy. I followed the recipe exactly with the exception of doubling the sauce and adding a few more meatballs than called for, and I served over noodles. This is a terrific weeknight meal that will be enjoyed by adults and kids alike.

    Recipe #198139

    This is a marinade I use on many cuts of beef; particularly the less tender cuts. I always marinade for 24 hours and this marinade will make a chuck steak as mouth watering as the best beef filet. I have never followed the final direction of basting with additional lemon juice as indicated in the original recipe. I don't feel it's necessary. Use your judgement here.

    Recipe #195742

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