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    Ready, Set, Cook! Special Edition Contest Entry. A pressure cooker and a saucepan is all you need. Very simple to prepare. It is comfort food!

    Recipe #474866

    Ready, Set, Cook! Special Edition Contest Entry. Hashbrowns wrapped with a topping of bacon, shrimp, onion, spinach,eggs and cheese. Prep can be also done the night before if you want dinner in 15 minutes. Slice into wedges like pizza. I purchase frozen small shrimp 90-120 in a pkg that needs no prep. They are cooked, peeled, devined, tails off.

    Recipe #474812

    Do you like Indian Fry Bread? I have taken this idea for this bread to turn it into claim fritters and accompanying dip. This is a great recipe to load a crockpot on warm setting with the fritters and have the cold dip next to it for an appetizer party. This dip can be used with any baked or fried fish. Chilling or Cooling time not included.

    Recipe #443154

    This is a gift for all occasions, especially when there is a loss in someone's family. The gift can be eaten right away, cold or heated. It can frozen and warmed for another day. It is a little spicy but very comforting. It is a perfect gift for a neighbor at Christmas. There will be tons of cooking, cakes and pies but no one thinks of giving a meat loaf which could be used for another day. Especially during the preparation of the holiday season, when everyone is happy but tired and weary.

    Recipe #443150

    Wasabi is very hot horseradish. This combined with pineapple, sugar and other ingredients is very refreshing spread on Rye Cocktail Bread Squares. It is also very delicious spread on celery sticks. Nice to take to a potluck or social cocktail party. It is also great as a gift for Thanksgiving dinner or the day after Christmas when friends and neighbors are eating leftovers. (Prep time does not include Refrigeration time)

    Recipe #443149

    Created for Dining on a Dollar Contest 2010 I used brown rice as per the ingredient list but you can substitute Calrose white rice, You can also add a 4oz. can of diced jalapeno peppers or diced green peppers, mild, medium or hot. I would not personally put the whole can of jalapeno peppers in it but some people do like it very spicy and hot. Warm the tortillas.

    Recipe #440750

    I have been using sauces, marinates, slurries for years to add special flavors to mundane inexpensive foods. When you must feed 10 to 14 people at one seating, you become very inventive. If I was feeding 10-14,I would make two puffs.

    Recipe #440719

    This recipe is quick, easy. I needed a soup without milk or cheese.Chicken broth fit the bill. This is a rich smooth soup with small chunks of potato and small bits of onion.A good soup to serve on St. Patrick's day. I serve with thick toasted bread slices. My husband ate two large bowls. Usually likes spinach cooked with or without vinegar. Now he has another favorite. A good recipe to use from your garden bounty! The chicken base is moist and it is 1 1/2 tsps or 4 chicken bouillon cubes. I have changed it in the recipe twice but it doesn't want to acknowledge the teaspoon measurement.

    Recipe #433486

    This is a quick stovetop and microwave dish. It can be a side or main dish with mushrooms, green mild chilies or chopped canned pimentos if desired. Tots are frozen precooked pressed potatoes.

    Recipe #406151

    I used ingredients from a contest..but missed the deadline to post, no electricity for awhile and today no water, Such is life! Easy Preparation and delicious! This was for a potluck entry. Rich buttery taste on the outside, soft coconut taste inside. I have one large pan with 8 mini loaf slots. You can also use a 9 X 13 pan and make one large cake. Bake about 10 minutes longer. The puffs are piled high on a plate and a bowl of whipped topping is served with the puffs. Note: Let loaves set a while and use a serrated knife. or,, you can wrap and freeze when cool and take out to thaw before giving as gifts or before serving.

    Recipe #403395

    I discovered all of my lemonade mix was gone except for 1 tblsp. I had just opened a can of sliced carrots. This recipe was born. So simple but makes carrots delicious. Double the recipe for two cans of sliced carrots if you wish. You may use any sugar variety including Splenda blend brown sugar. I had requests to serve more than one can at the next meal. Microwave or stovetop. Your choice.

    Recipe #400843

    This is such an easy recipe, I hated to post but it is so tender and time saving. Some of the simplest recipes are the best. Country ribs have quite a bit of meat on them.

    Recipe #397186

    This is from a Hutterite Cookbook, centuries old recipe. The Hutterites are one of three surviving Anabaptist groups, The other two are Mennonites and Amish. The Hutterites are different because they believe in communal living and communal ownership. There are many colonies in Montana, South Dakota and Canada. They believe in having modern farming and ranching equipment. I have added the modern non stick spray Pam

    Recipe #394828

    I just reviewed a Sugar Glazed Fried Green Tomato recipe on Zaar and it reminded me of a recipe I use constantly during the summer and it is not posted. My mother stated it was Swedish and my father stated it was German or Bavarian. Very simple and the marinating juice can be used in soups, stews or vegetable pies. Note: You can use raw sugar also. These tomatoes can be added to a simple lettuce salad and no dressing is necessary or served separately with juice drained.

    Recipe #394725

    This sauce was in the newspaper and I have added my touch,. There are Taco Treat restaurants in Great Falls for many many years. This is the second recipe I have posted for the Enchilada Sauce. I have my preference but take your choice. It is up to your taste buds. Both are inexpensive to prepare. I added the filling recipe too.

    Recipe #391894

    This was published in the newspaper. Taco Treat is a local restaurant group in Great Falls that has wonderful mexican food for over 40 years or more. There were two recipes published and I will post both. Both of the sauces are brown sauce. I prefer one over the other but it will be for you to decide. This sauce is very inexpensive. Yes!

    Recipe #391857

    This is food served at Fairs and Nordic gatherings.The meatballs can be made and mixed, then refrigerated, cooked partially, then dipped in a batter and deep fried to finish cooking. This is always served at the Montana State Fair. This is goooood eating!!!!! Excellent with wild game/venison/ buffalo, but make sure you add the ground pork!

    Recipe #384895

    I love to cook with tomatillos! They have a unique sharp citrus flavor similiar to a lime. I can tame it down with sugar or heighten the flavor with lime zest. This recipe is low cost and can feed many. I love it with bow tie pasta. All the minced pieces in the sauce stick to the bow ties. I had to feed 8 on a moments notice and I grabbed these ingredients....it worked! Serve with fruit. This could easily be adapted for vegetarian meal without the chicken. If you half the recipe cut the onions,tomatillo and chicken in half, nothing else. Leave the liquid and spices as is.

    Recipe #376457

    This is the easiest recipe ever! Absolutely delicious. A roasting pan with a tight fitting lid or a flat bottom oven ready pan with lid. Serve with a salad, rice, noodles or potatoes. I have made with all breasts or wings. I prefer 8 to 10 assorted pieces of cut up chicken. You do not need hot peppers to make a dish spicy, Ground dry mustard does the job. I have had rave reviews. A eye catching dish.

    Recipe #376370

    I purchase the mix and then cook with Coconut Milk, Lime Juice, a little Chicken Broth and top with butter after cooking. The consistency of cooked grits. You can eat hot or cold. This is for those who love cooking with coconut milk and curries. ( If you use dry couscous, you can also make this,toast the pine nuts, add dried white onion or fresh green onions with the tops, fine chopped mushrooms and cook this with a little chicken broth, then add the ingredients listed below. When boiling add couscous about 3/4 cup. From scratch takes about ten more minutes. You might have to add more salt, if chicken broth, chicken base has the salt in it.) I serve with fish or pork.

    Recipe #373936

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