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    This chicken spaghetti is a bit spicier than some recipes. It makes enough to serve 10-12 generously. It's great for a potluck or casual family dinner. The spiciest version is with hot Rotel tomatoes and pepper jack cheese. Kids would probably like it better with mild Rotel and simple grated cheddar. I freeze it in 4 separate casseroles for my little family. Serve with a crisp green salad and corn sticks for a great meal. Make this the night before your party, cover and refrigerate. Just add 10 minutes to your baking time.

    Recipe #455781

    This isn't classic Quiche Lorraine but it is my "go to" never fail recipe. You will never have an underdone center or a watery quiche with this recipe. You can substitute cooked ham with cheddar, cooked sausage with cheddar. Try chorizo and pepper jack cheese or chopped cooked shrimp with a 1/2 t of Old Bay Seasoning. The variation possibilities are up to you. If I have a bit more time I use a packaged roll out crust. The basic "liquid" is the key. Feel free to add veggies but not veggies that will give off too much liquid while baking in the quiche.Mushrooms sauteed in butter are a wonderful addition.

    Recipe #450625


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