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    This is a recipe that was described to me at a weight loss web site, Calorie King. It is from Amanda. It is a basic recipe and probably one that is an effective platform to add other ingredients but "as is", it is great. Wonderful use of tomatoes and fresh basil. Amanda says it is a crowd pleaser. I'm putting it here for safe-keeping. Prep time is a guess. It is not hard to make.

    Recipe #386806

    1 Reviews |  By MollyJ

    My favorite sister-in-law introduced me to this recipe and we made it for a family gathering. Very quick and tasty with the use of the rotisserie chicken from the store. Apparently original source is June's Real Simple. And it is (real simple, that is). When I made this I had my grill a little too hot so pay attention when it says medium grill. Even the slightly too browned tortillas were forgiven, though, and these were very good!

    Recipe #382451

    1 Reviews |  By MollyJ

    Yes, another no-bake recipe but this is mine and I'm putting it here for safe keeping. From my church's cook book, where food comes with a personal memory. I have found this to be a pretty reliable no-bake recipe that tends to have a soft, slightly granular texture that sets up but you have to move fast! Wait too long to spoon it on the wax paper and they can turn dry and crumbly. Have your wax paper laid out in anticipation.

    Recipe #237887

    This comes from a Mennonite Church cook book. It is simple but good and what I usually make when I get the tomato soup urge. I use commercial canned tomato juice and I do not add the salt because it has sufficient sodium.

    Recipe #130615

    2 Reviews |  By MollyJ

    This is from Taste of Home Magazine, I believe. It is an unusual and fun flavor for the holidays or any time.

    Recipe #236942

    1 Reviews |  By MollyJ

    This is from Mimi's Cyber-kitchen, posted by jacquibay. The original recipe is credited to Dole. My modification is about 1/2 cup of mini-chocolate chips. My son patiently neglects bananas so I will make these.

    Recipe #237883

    12 Reviews |  By MollyJ

    Does 'zaar really need _another_ Brownie recipe? Probably not but this is a wonderful old recipe from the Edith Hansen cook book. It gives a chewy, dense brownie with an old fashioned flavor. Be careful to not overbake it. The original recipe calls for "part lard if desired" which I have left in as part of the recipe's charm but I always use margarine. Frosting these is gilding the lilly so I don't.

    Recipe #236946

    This is a recipe from Maura at CalorieKing.com. I was looking for a way to use Quinoa for the very first time. In my research, I came upon Dib's "Recipe # 16399" and I did this prior to making this recipe. There was certainly no detectable bitterness from my perspective. This is a interesting and tasty grain. The flavors are mild and pleasantly complex but I only used 1/8 tsp cayenne powder. Speaking strictly as a Quinoa newbie, it was a little like eating chili flavored hot cereal but not in a bad way. Very filling and tasty.

    Recipe #450928

    This is not a bunch different from many other recipes here at Recipezaar, the prinicple difference being that it uses sour cream instead of buttermilk. This version of the recipe comes from a church cook book. I used this recipe because most zucchini chocolate cake recipes had rather shocking amounts of eggs, oil and even chocolate in them as if the zucchini some how nullified any less healthy ingredients. I will submit this as written and then share what I do to lighten it and turn it into cupcakes/muffins, which I leave unfrosted. Even lightened up, this has a nice moist texture and is very tasty.

    Recipe #432614

    One day during the holidays, I was on hold with the local NPR station playing in the back ground. They offered a Sugar Cookie recipe from someone from my home town and on a whim I wrote it down. These make a tender, soft flavorful sugar cookie that is great to decorate. We love chocolate at our so often the cookies get frosted with chocolate with a colored sugar sprinkled on top. Makes an easy to roll out cookie with a great taste.

    Recipe #237880

    2 Reviews |  By MollyJ

    This comes from a friend's church cookbook. It's a fast, family friendly meal and the little meatballs do have rice sticking out making them look somewhat porcupine-ish. I offer this recipe for those of us who would rather whip out a fast week-night supper on the stove top.

    Recipe #237889

    1 Reviews |  By MollyJ

    This is from Mimi's Cyber-kitchen, posted by SandyOH. I often make this around the holidays when company comes the night before the holiday. Had it today with Soft Italian Bread Sticks # 104628. I'm putting it here for safe keeping. Cabbage may not be traditional for minestrone but this makes a tasty filling soup, just wonderful for a winter's day.

    Recipe #161231

    1 Reviews |  By MollyJ

    This is a great recipe from Mimi's Cyber-kitchen, posted by jenv71. This is a wonderful, easy recipe and tastes WOW! I often cut the potatoes into slices since they tend to roast faster. The dressing is best added right before you serve and will taste fine, as she indicates, even if the potatoes have cooled.

    Recipe #170715

    3 Reviews |  By MollyJ

    This is a recipe that my mom made when we were young. I considered it a treat then, comfort food now. Savory and goes well with things like meat loaf.

    Recipe #236950


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