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    This is a recipe that I have used in many different variations over the years. Stir-frying is an art and is sooo fun! You can vary your vegetables any way you like, and you can even use a frozen bag if you wish. I have listed the veggies that we use and love. Make sure you trim all the fatty parts and fatty veins out of your chicken. Serve this with cooked white or fried rice.

    Recipe #471626

    Comfort food at its best. Feel free to adjust the amount of maccaroni. We like a lot of pasta, so we use about 20-25 ounces of uncooked maccaroni.

    Recipe #476634

    During my college years, I had a good friend who cooked this for me one day when I was feeling down. It is so super easy and really satisfying. Now I cook it for me and my husband when I need a quick and filling dinner. It is great left over too! I suggest just using the minced garlic in a jar, and a traditional spaghetti sauce with no extra ingredients. Plain Prego would be an example.

    Recipe #473290

    This recipe is adapted from a low fat recipe I ran across a long time ago. I love this dish in the summer. It is light and yet so filling. I usually serve it luke warm right after dressing the ingredients. Feel free to add your own variations such as a chopped tomato or sliced radishes. If you try some successful additions, please comment below!

    Recipe #476583


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