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    I originally got this recipe from Allrecipes.com, but have modified it over the years. These wraps are really tasty, but admittedly, are a bit dry and should be served with some sort of sauce on top (hot sauce, enchilada sauce, fresh salsa, or sour cream...etc.). These are cheap, filling, nutritious, and great to have hand in the freezer. I keep some in the freezer at work, and a bottle of Tapatio in my desk (or sometimes I even freeze individual-sized [appx 1/4 cup] homemade red chile sauce in snack-sized ziplocs). I usually use 2 tablespoons of my own taco seasoning mix, but specified one package below, for convenience. I often add additional veggies such as shredded carrots, diced bell pepper and onion, etc.

    Recipe #400355

    My boyfriend and I literally created this "by the seat of our pants." We just started tossing ingredients together as we went until we achieved the taste we were looking for. This is very good! We didn't measure anything as we threw ingredients into the mixing bowl, but I wrote down my measurement approximations because I knew this would be a repeat!

    Recipe #400324

    My boyfriend became addicted to the tortas they served at a little taco stand by his old place in LA. I created this healthier version to satisfy his cravings at home. He loves them. Of course nothing truly compares to that awesome, authentic torta roll, but the rest of the ingredients are fairly authentic. The toasted whole wheat bread works just fine for us...as long as all of our fixins are present, we're golden. :-) Prep time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #400020

    Even though I'm a born-and-raised Arizonan, both of my grandparents are from southern Louisiana. As a result, I grew up eating a lot of good, homecooked Cajun food!! This isn't a family recipe, but it rivals any I've had. (It's a combination of several recipes I found online.) I find myself craving it once every couple of weeks...luckily my boyfriend loves it too! :-) This can be made with 2 pounds of chicken, or 1 lb chicken + 1 lb smoked sausage. The chicken / shrimp is our favorite way to make it, and the chicken / smoked sausage is a close second.

    Recipe #400017

    This is my mom's sauce piquante recipe (pronounced: pe-caw)...she hates being called Roxy though, so the title is a special little joke, just for her (love you mom :-) ). I used to HATE this as a kid (something about cooked bell peppers grossed me out), but my "adult tastebuds" love it! I've been meaning to make it at home, but I keep forgetting to bring the recipe home. Now it shall forever be immortalized in Recipezaar so I can access it from anywhere.

    Recipe #399936

    My boyfriend, like most guys, has a huge appetite; I have a huge "need" to be frugal. Both of us are committed to eating healthy MOST of the time (that way, we don't feel as guilty while eating our pizza and wings and downing a couple of adult beverages on the weekends haha). Anywho, I'm on this huge kick right now of using cheap but healthy "fillers" such as beans, brown rice, textured vegetable protein (TVP), and fresh veggies (sometimes all at once!). My favorite home-cooked meals are not only healthy, but provide both of us with large enough portions to feel satisfied, plus "seconds" for the boyfriend, PLUS provide me with a work lunch the following day. If I can freeze half for a future meal, even better. Next time I make these, I'll probably throw in some chopped bell pepper and shredded carrots...that'll give me a couple more tacos, and more veggies! These are very filling.

    Recipe #398072

    I got this recipe from "A Guy's Guide to Great Eating" by Don Mauer. I am IN LOVE with this recipe and have been making it for years! I never buy pre-made italian sausage anymore. Recently, I've started "cutting" my 93% lean ground beef with TVP (textured vegetable protein), which makes this even leaner (and cheaper)! (The 93% lean ground beef goes on sale about once a month for under $2/pound...I load up during those times!! TVP is also less than $2/pound at bulk health food stores....you only use a few ounces for this recipe.) If you use all ground beef, you'll need a full pound. (Note: The yield is equivalent to one pound in mass, but will weigh less than that since TVP is lighter than beef.)

    Recipe #398027

    A couple of my favorite Greek restaraunts of all time serve their salads with a creamy Greek dressing. I assumed it was a common occurance until I started searching for recipes so I could duplicate it at home. I'm so happy to have finally found one on this site (Recipe #59898)! All the non-creamy dressings are too tart for me (and believe me, I've tried several)...this one hits the spot!! The credit for this recipe should be given to evelyn/athens...mine is only a slight modification of hers. (Mine includes homemade buttermilk and less feta.)

    Recipe #398024

    I realize there are about a thousand tuna casserole recipes on this site, but here is my version. I know the processed Kraft mac 'n cheese powder isn't the healthiest (chemicals), but it sure is cheap, and I actually like it better in tuna casserole than regular shredded cheese. I toss in a bunch of veggies, so I don't feel as guilty... ;-) The added veggies also help stretch the amount of food. I "eyeball" the amount of veggies, but the amounts listed below should be pretty close to what I use.

    Recipe #397889

    I love making Mexican food but GOTTA have a lighter veggie side to serve with the heavy food. This dressing is really simple but wonderful served over romaine, lots of fresh veggies, and a little homemade pico de gallo!

    Recipe #397869

    I created these to serve alongside grilled chipotle chicken breasts and a salad. Wouldn't be a bad addition to any meat dish. These taste more sinful than they actually are! I typically use either red or russet potatoes, though I imagine any type would be fine. This can also be made in the microwave for a pretty quick side dish. Since there's only two of us eating, I typically freeze half for another dinner.

    Recipe #397773

    This makes a thick, delicious paste that coats the chicken with tons of flavor. I like to make more than one batch at a time, apportioned into quart-sized ziplocs containing enough marinade for two chicken breasts. I freeze my chicken in the same bag with the marinade; the night before I intend to grill, I put the whole bag in the fridge and let it defrost / marinade overnight and all through the next day. I like to serve some fresh, homemade pico de gallo on top. Note: When I open a new can of chipotles, I always freeze them individually with the adobo sauce split evenly among each "batch." Therefore, I'm not positive about the amount of adobo sauce I add, but the 1 tablespoon listed below is a decent approximation!

    Recipe #397769

    Food always tastes better when it looks good! This garlic bread is so yummy, and it's really pretty. People are always impressed when I serve it. The paprika is more for looks than anything...the flavor is really subtle.

    Recipe #397642

    This definitely isn't a mild salsa. However, the heat comes from a few small chiles, all of which are required for the flavor. The chile tepins in particular are very small, but they round out the flavor in a subtle but wonderful way so I don't advise leaving them out. (To cut the heat a bit, you can try removing some of the seeds in the chipotles, but it's messy business with the canned peppers in adobo...) I think a touch of cilantro might be a perfect addition; I'll try it next time and update with the results. Either way: this salsa is SOOO addicting!

    Recipe #397623

    These are quick and easy...the only time-consuming part is trimming the beans. These go great with any sort of grilled meats. I also like to make these on Thanksgiving because we're not fans of the traditional green bean casserole. The white pepper is my favorite part!

    Recipe #397617

    I originally made this to emulate the sandwich spreads you get at the Safeway deli. (Those sandwiches are super addicting, but we don't live near a Safeway anymore!) This is a pretty perfect match and is SO GOOD on sandwiches, but also makes a very pretty party appetizer if you spread the garlic spread on toasted baguette slices and then top with the olive tapenade. I always use reduced-fat cream cheese and mayo. I have made this several times without the kalamata olives (they're more expensive so I don't always have them on hand) and we enjoyed it just the same. Recipe yield and prep times are approximate...I'm horrible at paying attention to things like that...

    Recipe #397501

    This is SO GOOD and tastes completely sinful, but it's not! Very low fat, but so thick and creamy thanks to the evaporated milk (thick like cream, but fat free) and instant potatoes. I usually make this in my crockpot, but it can be done on the stove top as well (simmer for about an hour).

    Recipe #397463

    I went to college at NAU in Flagstaff, Arizona. I no longer live in Flag, but often crave the Pesto Cream Cheese Dip from Beaver Street Brewery. This recipe is slightly different, but it might be even better! (Beaver Street doesn't stir pesto into their cream cheese mixture...they just put it on top.) I served it to a group of old college friends, and they loved it as well! In fact, everyone crowded around the bowl, stuffing their faces until it was gone! LOL Quick and easy, but oh so impressive -- even for those who aren't familiar with Beaver Street. I use all reduced-fat ingredients. I only toast half of the bread slices and leave the other half un-toasted, which is what they do at Beaver Street -- this provides a variety of dipping textures with little-to-no effort. :-)

    Recipe #397455

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