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    from betterbudgeting.com submitted by Sydney Ramirez I was digging through the refrigerator trying to come up with something this weekend without going to the store and the pickings were slim. I put this together and my kids were going on and on about how good it was, and the different ways we could make it.

    Recipe #478113

    This is a Hawaiian inspired recipe that I have created for my entry to Iron Chef Arizona. First is a panko crusted Mahi Mahi slider on King's Hawaiian roll with green cabbage and a pineapple/carrot chutney.

    Recipe #465741

    1 Reviews |  By Kzim4

    Found on budget101.com and posted here for safe keeping. Actual yield is unknown. Cooking time is time needed to thicken.

    Recipe #376316

    Found on budget101.com and posted here for safe keeping. Actual yield is unknown.

    Recipe #376179

    I found this recipe on the back of my package of bean sprouts, and since I did not find it here, I'm posting it for safe keeping.

    Recipe #367252

    7 Reviews |  By Kzim4

    My husband loves to order this at Garcias, and so we had to find a recipe to make it at home. We found one on the web and have changed it a little to suit us.

    Recipe #348542

    2 Reviews |  By Kzim4

    A simple, yet satisfying dish the kids will enjoy. No gourmet ingredients required!

    Recipe #325108

    This recipe uses 2 cups of recipe #309654. Approximate ingredients need to make enough mix for this recipe are included below.

    Recipe #309766

    This recipe uses 2 cups of recipe #309654. Approximate ingredients needed to make one batch of these cookies is included below.

    Recipe #309720

    This recipe uses recipe #309654. Approximate ingredients needed for this recipe are included below.

    Recipe #309718

    This recipe uses recipe #309654 (posted separately). Approximate mix amounts for one batch of these cookies is included below.

    Recipe #309716

    Recipe from Make-A-Mix cookbook. Recipe requires 3 cups of Recipe #309654 (posted separately). Ingredients listed are in addition to basic mix.

    Recipe #309655

    As the title suggests, this recipe comes from the Make-A-Mix cookbook. Cookie mix can be used to make Recipe #309766, Recipe #309718, Recipe #309655, Recipe #309720, and Recipe #309716 (recipes posted separately).

    Recipe #309654

    1 Reviews |  By Kzim4

    Make the seasoning mix ahead and keep on hand for a quick dinner. Posted for safe keeping. Found this one at budget101.com. Seasoning mix ingredients makes more than needed for 1 recipe. Save remaining amount in a ziplock-type baggie for future use. By my calculations, you should have enough to make the dinner 3 times.

    Recipe #309150

    11 Reviews |  By Kzim4

    Posted for safe keeping. From budget101.com

    Recipe #309131

    This recipe was originally submitted to sistersavings.net from Megan Strong. I have changed the type of cheese from mozzarella to colby-jack, and I don't use fat free sour cream. Otherwise, the recipe is the same.

    Recipe #303681

    This recipe comes from my MIL. It is really the only chili I like. Great for those cold days you need to warm your insides. This is not a spicy chili prepared as written, but you can increase the heat by adding some or all of the cayenne pepper that is included in the seasoning kit. Prep time includes time to quick soak beans. ****Please note that you will need a package of Carroll Shelby's Original Texas Brand Chili Kit (one kit is enough to make 2 batches of chili). The ingredient was not recognized, and was therefore not included with the ingredients.****

    Recipe #295691

    1 Reviews |  By Kzim4

    This is the way my family has always made it. No fancy ingredients, and easy to make.

    Recipe #287424

    From www.nabiscoworld.com. I'm posting here for safe keeping. It sounds like a yummy summer dessert. Cook time is chill time. You need 2 of the 4 serving size packages of pudding mix; I did not have a package handy, so could not check the actual ounces.

    Recipe #285170

    1 Reviews |  By Kzim4

    Easy and inexpensive.

    Recipe #284878

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