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    I have been searching for a method to produce tender roast beef, and after trying a couple of recipes from Zaar with limited success, I decided to do a little research. I found the answer at the Cook's Illustrated web site. This is offered more as a technique rather than a recipe. I followed their suggestion and used an eye of round roast and the results were impressive. Eye of round is economical and uniformly free of fat and gristle. Leftovers, sliced thin, make awesome sandwiches. Although this is one of those "roast in heat and then with the oven off" recipes, all the guesswork has been eliminated. You do not have to prepare a 4 pound roast to get great results as I have found this to work with roasts half that size. Prep time does not include refrigeration.

    Recipe #347822

    4 Reviews |  By Grease

    This is from Allrecipes by Eireann. This turned out to be a quick, easy and light meal without all the hassle of breading, etc.

    Recipe #281800

    Formerly a veal recipe, these are chicken cutlets that are dipped in egg and quickly sautéed. The egg provides rich color and flavor. This is a 15 minute meal from Cuisine at Home's "Weeknight Menus, vol. 2". I never seem to get a meal prepared in the time the recipe boasts but this is an easy recipe for those OMG, what to cook moments! I served it with a side dish of Gwen35's Orzo Primavera for a very satisfying meal.

    Recipe #259059

    1 Reviews |  By Grease

    A light tasty meal that is ready in minutes. I prefer fresh tuna when I can get it but even flash frozen fish seems to work well with this recipe. Cooking with high heat (either on a grill or in a pan) is the key. From Cuisine at Home Weeknight Menus.

    Recipe #246142

    2 Reviews |  By Grease

    This is from "Cuisine at Home" Weeknight Menus. A nifty blend of flavors that perk up the usual chicken breast entrée. Although I haven't tried it yet, a generous portion of thin sliced deli ham in each breast might be just as tasty. (If using prosciutto, you might want to go lightly with the salt as the prosciutto contributes a fair amount.)

    Recipe #200310

    1 Reviews |  By Grease

    This stir fry is a little more involved than most but I found the flavor to way surpass most of the quick stir fry meals I've tried. This is a great "Friday night kick back and enjoy the process" kind of meal. This is from the "Chinese, the essence of Asian cooking" cook book.

    Recipe #124508

    This is a more luxurious version of an old standby which is almost a meal in itself. From "Chinese, the essence of Asian cooking". The wontons can be a little fussy to make so you might want to consider doing them the day before. (If that's the case, stop at the end of step two.) The preparation time is mostly for the wontons which are really worth the effort. The cooking time is for the soup. Leftovers, if there are any, seem to survive well in the fridge and are easily heated in the nuke for an additional treat.

    Recipe #124507

    2 Reviews |  By Grease

    I have made this meal without the asparagus but when it is back in season again, I really enjoy the texture and fresh flavor it brings to the recipe.

    Recipe #120251

    From Pillsbury's "30-Minute Meals". Adding salsa and taco spices with Monterey Jack cheese creates a cheeseburger with zip!

    Recipe #116843

    2 Reviews |  By Grease

    That's the way the recipe was titled when I got it from a friend and I saw no reason to change the name. Summer is coming and this is the perfect snack for warm weather. I prefer baked wheat crackers as a base but I'm sure any other cracker or thinly sliced miniature bread loaf will work well too. Don't be put off by the initial steps; it's worth the effort! No cooking and prep time does not include a cool down in the refrigerator to blend the flavors.

    Recipe #116841

    1 Reviews |  By Grease

    A really flavorful grilled ham and cheese sandwich, substituting Gouda for Swiss cheese and adding a mustard-mayo sauce. These are a terrific start on a "soup & sandwich" meal. From Pillsbury's "30-Minute Meals", a real resource for busy chefs.

    Recipe #116840

    Adding a little crushed red pepper and eliminating the cheese puts a little different, lighter spin on this popular recipe.

    Recipe #115707

    3 Reviews |  By Grease

    Starting from scratch using dried navy beans will produce really tasty results and the firmer texture of real home-made baked beans! (If you like them mushy, extend the cooking time.) Because it is done in a crock pot, it is a painless recipe that minds itself. Dried beans are really a bargain too! I discovered this at Cooks.com. Cooking time does not include soaking time.

    Recipe #115501

    2 Reviews |  By Grease

    This recipe makes a delicious pasta sauce (which is considerably “lighter” and more subtle than a typical marinara) while roasting the loin. The results, when combined with a little pasta and a fresh green salad, make even me look like a competent cook. By the way, if you go to the trouble of bringing out the food processor for the tomatoes, put it to work on the vegetables as well. It speeds up the recipe and smoothes out the pasta sauce.

    Recipe #84578


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