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    This yummy soup uses Ling Ling brand frozen pot stickers that I buy from Costco. Instead of frozen veggies, I use fresh ones and add water chestnuts and bamboo shoots. If using will depend on how crisp you like to when you add them to the soup to cook). This is something my teenage boys really like!

    Recipe #283990

    A fresh tasting, light, lemony salad. I often use this as a meatless main dish for dinner! Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #159934

    This is a great pasta salad that everyone always loves! I sometimes substitute rotini pasta or black olives. Makes a great meatless main dish meal along with some bread!

    Recipe #159926

    This is something we make quite often at my house. My teenage sons love this! I usually double the recipe and triple the sauce. The great thing is you can make it as spicy as you would like...if you don't like it spicy, leave the chili puree out. I usually increase the chicken broth a little to cut the salt of the soy sauce. Cook time includes only 15 minutes of marinade time. Of course it will taste better if you marinate it longer.

    Recipe #159884

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