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    This is one I'd seen somewhere, but billed as "Double Orange Glazed". Well, I added the mandarin oranges and bumped the count up to three. I also added a few extras at the end to give it my own spin. I enjoyed this with white rice and roasted cauliflower and carrots, over which I sprinkled some blue cheese crumbles. It was quite the orange and white night!

    Recipe #453032

    This is a VERY simple dish with no pans to clean...gotta love it! It's also a very healthy choice, and if you happen to be on the Medifast plan, it fits perfectly into that. The recipe as written makes a lot of sauce, which would be great to serve over rice (if not on Medifast). I served it with garlic wilted spinach, using a garlic-infused olive oil. If you don't have that, feel free to add a finely chopped clove of garlic to the oil as it's warming, but remove it before it browns.

    Recipe #453031

    This is an absolute favorite of mine and is a staple at all of my Christmas parties...wouldn't quite be one without them! They have a little bit of heat, balanced by the sour cream, and the combination of crunchy edges on corners of the wonton skins with the chewiness of the portion that cups the filling makes for a wonderful sensation. It's best to make the cups upto a day ahead of time and put them in a plastic bag, but don't seal it or they could lose their crunchiness.

    Recipe #406101


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