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    Recipe #37926

    Posted by request, from the "Mrs. Fields Best Cookie Book Ever" cookbook.

    Recipe #105751

    This recipe came to me by way of the February 2005 Zaar recipe adoption. Don't let the amount of vinegar concern you. The finished product does not have a sour taste at all, and I was quite pleased with the recipe. The only changes I made were to reduce the amount of salt and increase the amount of chicken, as the marinade makes a substantial amount. If you choose to halve the recipe, I would recommend using the full amount of the marinade ingredients to keep the flavor in balance. Note: edited 3/19/07 to add freezing instructions for OMAC.

    Recipe #7798

    Very similar to the original without all the chemicals, additives and sodium.

    Recipe #113180

    I came by this recipe by way of the February 2005 Zaar recipe adoption and decided to adopt it because it sounded just like a soup my father used to bring home from a restaurant he bartended at when I was a child. I was pleasantly surprised that it was the same as I remembered, and other than cutting back on the salt and fat, I made very little adjustment.

    Recipe #7585

    Recipe #56806

    7 Reviews |  By BonnieZ

    The combination of goats' cheese and roasted vegetables on a cool bed of couscous mixed with salad leaves and a spicy dressing is positively fabulous.

    Recipe #115750

    Recipe #7231

    5 Reviews |  By BonnieZ

    Stuffing chicken breasts with a tangy cheese mixture is a great way to add flavor. And it couldn't be easier: simply mix together a few ingredients, slit the chicken breasts, push the filling in with your fingers, and saute. To meet the challenge of keeping chicken breast moist, this recipe uses a technique called pan-steaming. After browning one side of the chicken breasts, I turn them over and rest a pot lid that fits inside the frying pan right on top of the chicken. The lid prevents the steam from evaporating completely, keeping the chicken moist, yet because I'm not covering the entire pan, the chicken continues to brown rather than steam. The chicken can be served either with a reduced pan sauce or a ROASTED CHILE-CILANTRO SAUCE. This recipe is fun to play with. Try sun-dried tomatoes added to (or in place of) the olives. In the summer, flavor the goat cheese with fresh herbs such as basil, chives, and mint.

    Recipe #113177

    4 Reviews |  By BonnieZ

    This is the famous China Moon double chicken stock. A lot of work, but it is well worth it.

    Recipe #56831

    4 Reviews |  By BonnieZ

    For a special meal your guests will think they are in a five star restaurant when they first see and then taste this entree. This elegant recipe looks like a lot of work, but the fillings can be made the night before and the dish assembled the next day, just remember to bring the fillings to room temperature to aid in spreading. Cooking time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #107637

    3 Reviews |  By BonnieZ

    Posted by request. This cobbler is a "dump" recipe and the juices of the pineapple and frozen peaches mixes with the cake mix while baking to form a cake layer that is both gooey and crispy on top. It is a recipe from a local PBS cooking show QED cooks.

    Recipe #103550

    3 Reviews |  By BonnieZ

    Something different than the typical spaghetti with red sauce. This dish bursts with flavor,and is simple to put together. I do omit the salt when I make this and have also used linguine which I actually like better. Delicious with a simple mixed green salad and good crusty bread. Recipe courtesy of Giada De Laurentiis.

    Recipe #108683

    Recipe #7799

    Recipe #8098

    3 Reviews |  By BonnieZ

    This recipe came to me by way of the Zaar recipe adoption in February 2005. I've made a few changes to the ingredient list and streamlined the instructions. It is delicious served over pasta.

    Recipe #7690

    2 Reviews |  By BonnieZ

    Perfect for a bridal or baby shower, luncheon or holiday party, this savory meat and cheese sandwich will impress your guests with its layer cake appearance. Cooking time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #104243

    Recipe #7627

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