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    I found this recipe in the cookbook that comes along with my Kitchenaid stand mixer. I've looked everywhere for variations but haven't been able to find even one. This is by no means low-cal, so portion sizes should be kept small. One thing that should be stressed is to not overcook the 'cakes'. Low temperature for a longer cooking time is preferable, especially if your oven runs hot. Also, be sure to liberally grease and flour the pan you use. One method I've developed is to cut out circles of parchment paper and lay them over an overturned cake pan. (If you put them into a cake pan you wont be able to get them out). Another tip: don't skimp on the almonds. If you don't use enough they won't turn out. This is not a smiple recipe. I have yet to perfect it :)

    Recipe #475220

    I found this recipe in SHAPE magazine. It's a nice light meal that will leave you feeling full and satisfied. Plus my 'whole' family loves it! Even the kiddos :)

    Recipe #485520

    This is a recipe my mother got from her grandmother who was 1st-generation Sicilian. I've altered it a bit by using sauce from the jar but the main parts of the recipe are intact. There is a bit of prep time but it cooks fairly quickly and tastes wonderful with some garlic bread, a salad, and some light red wine. Also, to make the pasta easier to fill you can use a pastry bag or just cut the end off a ziplock bag.

    Recipe #475195

    I don't want to call this a copycat recipe since the restaurant where I got this, Miguel's in San Diego, actually gives out the recipe because it's so popular. They serve it warm with chips as an alternative to salsa. I'm sure there are many other uses for this sauce, such as over enchiladas. You may want to add extra jalapenos if the spice isn't hot enough for you.

    Recipe #475221

    This recipe came from 'Giada at Home' and is wonderful as a brunch drink. Or maybe a little later in the day :)

    Recipe #479707

    I had some shrimp and other various items in the pantry, and the result was this recipe. My family loved it, which is my best indicator of whether or not it's worth making again. Don't be afraid to add other ingredients if that's what you have on hand.

    Recipe #508930

    This is a recipe I came up with after I got tired of the same-old same-old. It's very rich and filling. Most often 2 people can share one burrito and it's plenty. When you're done 'building' the burrito it will resemble a heaping salad. Note: To save leftovers, wrap 'burrito only' in foil and freezer bag and place directly in the freezer. Refrigerating leftovers will just make them soggy. Also, I like to use 505 Organic Green Chili Sauce. It adds just the right flavor.

    Recipe #475194


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