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    Vegetarian version of what my grandmother makes for our Easter dinner. If you have no chills, substitute salsa for the chills and the tomatoes. Be sure to have plenty of toothpicks. This recipe makes more filling than will be needed for the tacos, so if you do not want leftover filling, double the amount of flour, oil, and water used in the tortillas and make twice as many.

    Recipe #465510

    Angel hair pasta tossed with light amount of sweet alfredo with baked honey garlic shrimp. Invented the recipe when brainstorming what to cook for a friend visiting.

    Recipe #461485

    Easy to make baked penne pasta with a tomato-alfredo vodka sauce. For fresher taste, use 2 diced Roma tomatoes instead of the canned tomatoes. As for the vodka, don't use anything too dramatic. My favorites are plain Absolut, absolut peppar, absolut citron, and the lemon smirnoff. If the vodka is flavored, only use 1 1/2 shots instead of two. Sometimes I add shrimp to add some protein to the dish, and this is how to do so: About an hour before starting the dish, coat your shrimp with olive oil. Grind black pepper over the top and drizzle lemon juice over the top. Put the shrimp in a bag and add a small amount more of all those ingredients plus a dash of balsamic vinegar and a good season of basil. Marinate for at least 30 mins, then broil for 4 minutes, turn over, another 4 minutes. Keep warm in a toaster oven until pasta is baked and add shrimp to the finished dish.

    Recipe #460863

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