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    This chicken dish is something I came up with when trying to justify my purchase of a large quantity of chia seeds. It has since become a family favourite and is requested often. I wanted to share it with all of you.

    Recipe #491448

    While deciding what to make for supper I decided to mix up the original Kraft Dinner by throwing what I already had on hand. The veggies are frozen though you could also make it from fresh. The Italian sausage can be spicier if you so desire.

    Recipe #476543

    I came up for this while trying to use the ingredients on hand. The apples complement the apple chicken sausage perfectly. The lemon juice, chili powder and chicken bouillon was added to lessen the sweetness caused by the apples so if you prefer spicier or sweeter feel free to change the ratios.

    Recipe #475680

    I made this recipe up on the fly when I wanted to use up my potatoes and swiss chard from the local farmer's market. This made a perfect side and made a nice change to the normal mashed potatoes. Recipe #464332, a side, used up the swiss chard stems and goes well with this recipe.

    Recipe #464600

    I made this recipe up on the fly when I wanted to use up my cucumbers and swiss chard from the local farmer's market. This made a perfect side and the bite from the balsamic vinegar and lemon juice was perfect. It was especially good combined with my cubed ham and steak in an apple butter marinade and mashed potatoes with swiss chard leaves. NOTE: any extra swiss chard leaves (from using the stems) can be added to potatoes while still being cooked as this makes amazing mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #464332

    Makes enough to season 1 lb meat. Taken from Closet Cooking Blog --

    Recipe #437953

    My fiance made this for me once to eat with our tostitos and it is SO good. I never want to buy another dip again.

    Recipe #435046

    My mom used to make this whenever we came home from church and I still love it. I found out later that she mainly only made it because it was quick and easy. The best part about this recipe is that it is versatile. I never measure the pasta or cheese. If you like lots of tomatoes then use less pasta. If you like lots of cheese then grate more to throw in.

    Recipe #433771

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