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    How I cook frozen breasts without defrosting them. I normally don't think two days in advance to thaw them :-) The time will differ slightly based on the thickness of your breasts and the wattage of your microwave. IQF = individually quick frozen.

    Recipe #254593

    Moist, rich cheesecake...and its not bad for you. Based on a recipe my aunt received while living in Germany. You can flavor it with a different extract, or stir in berries, chocolate chips, etc. I normally top it with homemade blueberry sauce. The fat free cream cheese does yield a slightly different taste than full fat, but its hardly noticeable. I use the splenda that measures cup for cup like sugar. The crust is optional.

    Recipe #252461

    Delicious recipe from Taste of Home magazine. Makes a light, fluffy, buttery shortcake. Different from the other shortcake recipes in that it has sour cream in the dough. Awesome with some with strawberries and cream, or just some butter. I plan on replacing my biscuit recipe with this one. The recipe called for 2 tbsp sugar, but I increased it to 1/3 cup because I love things sweet. If you don't have sour cream, you can substitute 1/2 cup of soured milk.

    Recipe #252332

    My Aunt received this recipe when she was living in Germany years ago. It is awesome! Hard to mess up, easy to change the flavor. I can't eat store bought cheesecake anymore, because this recipe has me spoiled. It is very important that the cream cheese be allowed to soften to room temperature so that the cheesecake will be creamy. The recipe listed is for a plain cheesecake, you can make any flavor though, by using different extracts, or adding berries, chips, etc, or by topping with pie filling, etc. I usually have a little bit of the crust left over. I have found that the top doesn't crack in a 13x9 glass baking dish, but it does crack when baked in a springform pan. If you aren't going to be topping it with something, you could throw a dish of water in the oven while the cheesecake is baking to help prevent the cracking. I never do.

    Recipe #252175

    Simple 4 ingredient meal that tastes great. Good for a busy night. My Mom used to make this all the time, it is one of my Dad's favorite meals. I put my rice in a rice cooker, so that's the amount of water I listed in the ingredients. It normally takes about 25 minutes to have it on the table, less if you use precooked beef.

    Recipe #252161

    Very simple way to turn refrigerated biscuits into a doughnut like dessert. I am surprised that this hasn't been posted yet.

    Recipe #251621

    From a Japanese home style cooking website. I haven't tried it yet, but I can't wait to because it looks just like the stuff we had at ramen shops in Japan. The recipe is supposed to serve 4, however it looks to me like it would make more than 4 servings. I translated it with Excite's Japanese translator engine. I left the directions in the same order, and just tried to fix the 'engrish' and adapt it to use American ingredients. The only thing I had trouble finding an equivalent for was the "boiling - scorch pig / rib mass." In the ingredients I listed 1/2 lb pork brisket, but I think you can use any moderately fatty cut of pork meat. The actual translation comment is "Ribs with moderate fat can be done delicious also by the sirloin meat and the peach meat though it doesn't care."

    Recipe #249282

    My husband grew up eating this once a week. This is his Mom's recipe. While they normally had red beans, brown beans prepared this way are also called red beans, and you could really prepare any dried bean with this recipe. They taste better if you cook them in a seasoned iron pot, because I make them the exact same way in my no stick pot and they never taste as good as his Mom's. They are ridiculously easy as long as you keep an eye on the water.

    Recipe #249249

    This is my jambalaya recipe. When my Grandpa makes it, he doesn't use butter, but cooks down really fatty bacon and sausage to get the grease out of it, and then discards the remaining chunks of grizzle before adding the onions, etc. You can use canned chicken and broth if you don't want to mess with the thighs. Really, jambalaya is supposed to be a cheap meal that stretches meat, so you can use whatever leftover meat that you want to in place of the sausage and thighs. 2 1/4 cups of rice is 1 entire small bag. Please adjust the hot sauce to your tastes. Serve with red beans or potato salad.

    Recipe #247883

    I received this recipe from a friend in Barbados. Its easy, and tastes great. Not very healthy though... I found that a hand (immersion) blender fits perfectly into a can of regular corn to cream it, if you need to.

    Recipe #236595

    Rich, white rolls filled with brown sugar and blueberries, dusted with powdered sugar. The picture looks delicious- I can't wait to try it! From Saveur magazine.

    Recipe #234504

    The sauce from Raisin' Canes restaurant, also similar to a few other chicken finger restaurants (like Guthrie's.) I looked at tons of websites, and combined recipes until it tasted the same to me. This makes enough for 2-3 people to dip chicken, texas toast, and fries in.

    Recipe #233189

    Simple sorbet using frozen strawberries and blueberries. Ready to eat in about 10 minutes! (Actually, I'm not sure if it is a 'real' sorbet, but it eats like one.) The type of blender that you have will make a difference in how much syrup you will need- I only needed 1/2 cup to cover my berries halfway, as per the blender directions. If you need to add more than 3/4 cup, you may have to pop it into the freezer for a bit before eating it, but with my blender it turned out perfect. I made a double batch of the syrup and stored the extra it in the fridge for the next few batches of sorbet.

    Recipe #231464

    A wonderfully easy side dish to compliment an Asian meal. (Uses store bought meatballs.) got the idea from another recipe here, and changed it to my tastes. I made lots of sauce and after I removed the meatballs from it I used it in a stir fry, so I only used 1 bag of meatballs. I'm sure homemade meatballs would be better if you have the time. It would be so easy to just heat up the meatballs in a purchased stir fry sauce too.

    Recipe #229553

    I got this idea from a frozen fajitas kit. When you are short on time you can have a good home cooked meal in about 10 minutes. (Even if you just cook up the beef ahead of time, it makes the meal faster, and less messy.) I either make a monstrous batch one afternoon, and freeze meal sized servings;l or I make a double batch and freeze half. The recipe as listed is enough for one meal for 4 people. I would also make a batch of refried beans to freeze in portions sizes, ('zaar has many recipes for them,) or have a can on hand in the pantry, along with a bag of nachos. The cooking time is reheating time, and preparation time is the first cooking time. It is easy to make, and won't take long either time, but its nice to not have to heat up the stove too often.

    Recipe #227367

    This frosting dries (although it takes a few hours) so that you can easily stack the frosted cookies for transport. It is perfect for carrot cake cookies! I frosted about 3 dozen cookies, and had some leftover.

    Recipe #222892

    These take a bit of time to roll, but the end result is well worth the effort. My Maw maw-in-law taught me how to make hot tamales with this recipe (she learned how to make them from a friend in Texas.) You can adjust the spices to your tastes- my husband loves it when you use tablespoons instead of teaspoons, but I find it too hot. You can also use all beef instead of that 1 lb of pork, if you prefer. Tamale wrappers are available in specialty stores, or online, although some grocery stores carry them. You will need 80-100 6-inch paper tamale wrappers, which are not listed in the ingredients as they aren't food. This recipe makes a lot by design, and they freeze wonderfully. I took pictures of the steps involved in rolling the tamales and posted them on my blog in case my directions aren't clear: http://randomcreativity.wordpress.com/2012/06/08/tamales/

    Recipe #219815

    A delicious recipe from "Icebox desserts." Very rich, and very, very good. Originally, it called for sour cream, but I think yogurt is better for a dessert. Cooking time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #219770

    This recipe comes from Saveur magazine, and it tastes just like the curry we had in Japan. It seems to be a forgiving recipe: I used a sprinkle of dry ginger instead of fresh, left out the bay leaf, used 1/2 cup of apple sauce instead of a grated apple, used chicken bullion instead of stock and used ketchup instead of crushed tomatoes. Serve with freshly steamed rice. It doesn't take a long time to make, and isn't complicated although it has a long list of ingredients. Edit - A few reviewers think that 1/2 cup of applesauce makes it too sweet, so please adjust to your tastes if you decide to substitute it for the apple :-)

    Recipe #215843

    This is the most awesome dinner roll recipe. It comes from taste of home. I now use it every time that I make any type of roll. It requires no kneading, or machine to make it- just a large bowl and a wooden spoon. I don't think I can really describe how good they are- you'll just have to try them. (I always use margarine, never butter, and it turns out great.) 4/08 - I edited the recipe to include the missing step of letting the dough rise before baking -oops!

    Recipe #214400

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