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    5 Reviews |  By CarrolJ

    Not many entrees are normally made from canned tuna except those tuna casserole recipes which have been around for ages. I thought that making moist, flavorful Tuna Patties topped with a creamy dilled sauce would make a nice entree change of pace. The various vegetables not only add something new to the tuna, but add wonderful flavor and texture as well. Most of the items you probably have in your panty and fridge on a regular basis. IMPORTANT--Do not add salt until the patties sauce are finished and tasted. The tuna and mayonnaise already have added salt and there is danger of it becoming too salty if additional salt is added prior to cooking.

    Recipe #501181

    This recipe was created tonight as a result of missing ingredients for what I originally planned to make for dinner. It was enjoyed so much that I decided to add it to the web site so that others could make them as well. Our 5 yr & 11 yr old DGDs joined us for dinner tonight and enjoyed it as well. NOTE--the amount of enchiladas you get depends on how much filling you put inside each tortilla. Using this recipe I made 20 enchiladas which left a bit less than 1/2 of a recipe to freeze for another quick meal.

    Recipe #496152

    I got this recipes from Mr. Food.com. I love Pumpkin Spice Roll and checked every recipe here and this one is definite different. I hope you enjoy it. I especially loved that it explains clearly how to roll the cake without breaking the cake.

    Recipe #490603

    This recipe makes a lot of frosting so that you will have plenty to put between each of the 3 layers of round cake. If you are a lover of this frosting like I am then even if you place them on a large single layer cake you will have enough. In my humble opinion it is the frosting which makes German Chocolate Cake so special. Substitutions don't work for me when it comes to this frosting. Especially NOT those canned versions.

    Recipe #488860

    1 Reviews |  By CarrolJ

    Made for RSC #18--One of the two reasons why I purchased my first bread maker was so that I could make Cinnamon Raisin Bread with a drizzled glaze topping. We have loved that bread so much that I was inspired by it to create a totally different spice fruit bread which was both healthy and sweetly decadent. Although some of these ingredients are not traditional for a yeast bread, I think you will be pleasantly surprised when you taste it. It also makes a beautiful presentation with or without the drizzled topping. When you make this bread you can either use your bread machine to make the dough or make it by hand according to your desires.

    Recipe #479440

    I found a version of this recipe at Mr. Food. I changed a few ingredients to match my family's tastes. This recipe was originally meant to be used with Salmon, but any mild tasting fish thick enough to make the pocket for the crabmeat will work. I love Salmon and my DH doesn't. I will probably put his on some Mahi Mahi he purchased.

    Recipe #476904

    1 Reviews |  By CarrolJ

    This is a hearty soup with a little bit of heat. Not too much, just enough to give it a little bit of spicey heat. I was inspired by the flavor of a soup I tasted about 20 years ago in a restaurant when my father was in the hospital far from home. This restaurant had such good soup that my mother, sisters, and I went back 4 times in one week for dinner just so we could eat more of that wonderful soup! Serving suggestion: Since you are only using a portion of the pizza dough for the dumplings…you might make a foccacia bread with the remainder to serve with the soup.

    Recipe #468457

    2 Reviews |  By CarrolJ

    This is the potato salad I was raised on. Lots of eggs along with the sweet pickles gives the salad a taste similar to a good egg salad sandwich. I have adjusted the recipe slightly over the years to add color and more flavor. Adding the grated onion to the hot potatoes really lets the onion permeate the flavor of the potatoes. Cooking time is included in the preparation time.

    Recipe #433361

    1 Reviews |  By CarrolJ

    This makes a meaty and rich beef stew. There is one ingredient which is very unusual in beef stew...the small amount of cabbage. It is there for flavor...and most likely no one will even notice it is there if you chop it very fine. Don't leave it out and you will be surprised at how good it is! Serve with fresh French or Italian bread.

    Recipe #433163

    This is a method to speed up any refrigerated marinade time given in a recipe if time is short. You don't need a specific marinade...anything with a liquid base works good but it is best if the marinade includes either, vinegar, lemon juice or wine. All three of these ingredients tenderize the meat and help to fuse the flavors of the seasonings together. The heat generated forces the marinade into the meat quickly.

    Recipe #431435

    1 Reviews |  By CarrolJ

    The Upper Peninsula of Michigan became the home of many Cornish emigrants. As a result many Michiganders both living in the upper and lower penisulas grew up eating cornish pasties. My favorites are made with ground beef and with carrots instead of rutabegas. This is the recipe which is made the most often near my home. Some folks enjoy this cold...I love it best smothered in rich beef gravy. Some folks also like it served with a white Sausage Gravy. Some local churches actually make these once a year as a fund raiser. They offer them to eat on the premises and also take orders for take outs. They almost always sell out with some folks coming too late to get any.

    Recipe #429501

    The original version of this recipe was found at British Express. I have increased the amount of salt and pepper for better flavors. The amount of seasonings with the combination of these ingredients is what makes this pastie so good.

    Recipe #429499

    1 Reviews |  By CarrolJ

    The original version of this recipe was found at Britain Express. For many generations wives in Corwall would make these 'Hot Pockets' of meat and vegetables, often leftovers from the previous nights supper for their miner, dock worker, etc. husbands to take to work for their noon meal. This recipe represents the traditional recipe when it was made from scratch. This recipe is not made with puff pastry but with a simple pie crust which the British call 'shortcrust pastry'. If you wish to cut corners you can use premade refrigerated pie crusts from the supermarket.

    Recipe #429498

    1 Reviews |  By CarrolJ

    The original version of this salad was found on Allrecipes. This salad sounded so tasty that I was indeed surprised to see that it wasn't already posted to this website. Posted for ZWT #6--2010.

    Recipe #428318

    The original version of this recipe was found at 1001 Feasts--Traditional Palestinian Recipes. According to the Palestinian couple who posted this recipe there...the crust and the inside is soft, fluffy and moist. It is lightly sweet and the sesame crust adds a nice touch. Posted for ZWT #6--2010 Preparation time does NOT include resting & rising time.

    Recipe #428275

    1 Reviews |  By CarrolJ

    The original version of this recipe was found on All Recipes.com. I thought this simple recipe sound both quick and tasty. Posting for ZWT #6--2010. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #428258

    6 Reviews |  By CarrolJ

    When I was growing up there was a chain of Swedish Smorgasbord restaurants in the area which I lived. It wasn't until about 10 years ago that I met the original owner of that chain at a private party in the last remaining restaurant in the chain. He cooked the foods for this party himself with his son who at that time was the manager of that one remaining establishment. One of the dishes that he served, personally to the 20+ persons invited, was his Swedish Meatballs. They were the absolute best tasting meatballs I ever ate. I took him aside and asked him quietly..."is the wonderful taste in these meatballs the fennel seeds in the sauce?" He smiled and whispered back..."yes that is my secret for making the best Swedish meatballs". I came upon a recipe for Swedish Meatballs at Group Recipes.com that sounded so similar to that recipe so I wanted to post this version for the ZWT #6 2010 Scandinavian Region.

    Recipe #428240

    3 Reviews |  By CarrolJ

    This hearty bean and vegetable soup is both colorful and delicious. The original recipe was found at EatGreekTonight.com. Posted for ZWT #6--2010. Preparation time does NOT include overnight soaking of the beans.

    Recipe #428238

    6 Reviews |  By CarrolJ

    This simple recipe is precisely how my Norwegian born BIL taught my sister to make parsley potatoes. He insists that the potatoes do not taste as good if the salt is not cooked with the potatoes. Once I cooked the potatoes for my sister and didn't put the salt in the water first. He had a fit and wouldn't eat them after taking one bite and asking me if I had salted them before cooking.

    Recipe #428231

    5 Reviews |  By CarrolJ

    My DBIL was born in Norway and really likes his heritage dishes to eat. This is his favorite lunch or snack. He uses all kinds of breads...except what he calls (American) Air Bread. When I have visited it appears his preference is Pumpernickel and Sourdough. My sister says that when they go to Norway to visit DBIL's lifelong friend...that the friend's wife serves these open-faced sandwiches all day long. Any kind of meat and cheese can be used...I'm simply mentioning those which my DBIL seems to eat the most often. At Norwegian parties I have attended the 'open faced' sandwiches were premade with various meats and cheeses and stacked beautifully on a large platter.

    Recipe #428209

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