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    I have tried a few Copycat Creamy Tomatillo Recipes, and this is by far the best and closest to the original. It make a FABULOUS wrap for a quick healthy meal (tortilla, precooked and seasoned meat, lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, dressing, and maybe cheese and sour cream if you like). Absolutely delicious and a quick meal in a pinch as long as you have some pre-cooked and seasoned meat on hand! Try the meat in this fajita recipe: http://www.food.com/recipe/steak-or-chicken-fajitas-63786.

    Recipe #518262

    This is a wonderful whole grain pancake recipe. It is adapted from the pancake recipe in The Joy of Cooking (the JOC recipe has 1 T more butter and uses white flour instead of whole wheat flour). I don't recommend whole wheat baking without using a wheat grinder... there is such a huge difference in quality, performance, and taste if you buy whole wheat flour instead of using a wheat grinder to mill whole wheat. I have tried both. This is an investment that can help you enjoy healthy, delicious, whole grain foods for years to come! Another thing to know about whole wheat flour versus freshly milled whole wheat is that the freshly milled whole wheat is much more nutrient rich than "whole wheat flour". Wheat is like fruit, once you cut it open, you can't leave it out for a long time because its quality immediately begins to deteriorate. I do believe you can freeze freshly milled wheat and preserve the nutrients.

    Recipe #512636

    Recipe from Tracey. I didn't think I liked sweet potatoes, but now I do! This is a great Thanksgiving side dish. It's a vegetable and a dessert. Yum : )

    Recipe #510043

    Wonderful sugar body scrub... makes your legs/body so soft!

    Recipe #509455

    Yummy... less eggs and fat than most crepe recipes. They are great!

    Recipe #507788

    Can't believe this great recipe with its proportions is not already on here... most of the other recipes have a higher ratio of eggs and added fats. This is great without the extra eggs and fats!

    Recipe #507271

    This may be turned into a freezer quick meal by slicing grilled chicken and freezing in meal size portions., and freezing steamed veggies in portion size containers, and freezing dressing in portion size containers. The peanut satay sauce recipe is a slightly modified Rachael Ray recipe.

    Recipe #493826

    Another Indian recipe from my MIL I would like to try.

    Recipe #493821

    Another Indian Recipe from my MIL. Want to try it.

    Recipe #493820

    Recipe given to me by my MIL, it's from Everyday Indian: 100 Fast, Fresh, and Healthy Recipes by Bal Arneson. I would like to try it some time. I don't like papaya, so I'll substitute mango.

    Recipe #493818

    I have used this recipe for many years. It came in the manual for the first bread machine I bought (at a garage sale, I believe it was call The Bread Machine... not sure, it was a round, taller machine... on the bulky side). Anyway, I have tried other roll recipes over the years and not found one I like better than this. I'd say this is a pretty darn great substitute for buying Rhodes white dinner rolls. One of our favorite ways to prepare them is to divide the dough into 24 small balls and roll in butter, then put in muffin cups and sprinkle with parmesan cheese. These are also great for using with butterscoth pull aparts: http://www.food.com/recipe/easy-overnight-ooey-gooey-pull-apart-caramel-rolls-308969 . I divide the dough into 12 pieces, then each piece into 4 pieces, and roll each piece into a ball, then dip them individually in butter, then the pudding/brown sugar mix. AMAZING!

    Recipe #493225

    This soup with African origins is a keeper. It's delicious and very rich in vegetables and nutrients! It comes from Ellie Krieger's The Food You Crave, with small modifications. I love it and it makes great leftovers. With the vegetable stock (instead of chicken), this is a vegan friendly soup. I would like to try a kid-friendly version by decreasing the cayenne pepper and ginger. I would also like to try a less processed version with fresh tomatoes instead of canned, and roasted peanuts, and a little brown sugar instead of peanut butter.

    Recipe #492446

    This is delicious! I got the recipe last year after requesting it from my friend who brought it to a church function. I brought it to a church activity this year and someone new said, "This is absolutely delicious, can I have the recipe?". It's easy and healthy. Enjoy.

    Recipe #490903

    Delicious and easy dressing. This makes for a great quick meal served with greens, diced, cooked chicken, parmesan cheese, and croutons (with bread as a side). I have given this recipe away and it has been treasured and well used.

    Recipe #490531

    How do I keep losing this great recipe! I need to put it here for safekeeping. Fabulous and easy.

    Recipe #487859

    I was hoping to find this recipe and method in a recipe already on the site... no luck. But it's delicious! I hope you enjoy it. Active prep time is 15 minutes. But allow an hour total for waiting time and cooking time.

    Recipe #484873

    Recipe #484064

    found on facebook, want to try

    Recipe #484063

    Recipe #477267

    Prep time includes dough sitting and rising time, hands on time is about 10 minutes. When it comes to breadmaking, simplest can be best. this recipe has 4 ingredients (or 5 if you decide to use some whole wheat flour). I learned this in a breadmaking class, and have made it before for neighbors for Christmas. Many people are surprised that it is homemade... it's not difficult, it's just a matter of learning. Variations are listed in directions. If you would like to learn more about making great bread, I recommend Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day, Amy's Bread, and The Bread Apprentice. Hope you enjoy this!

    Recipe #472439

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