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    This recipe is almost identical to Kittencal's Easy and Delicious Ranch-Parmesan Chicken (Recipe #200296). I used all the same spices. I had chicken tenders left after I used up all of the seasoned breading from her recipe (because I wasn't using the size she stated in the recipe) so I mixed more using Frenches Brand French Fried Onions instead of the parmesan cheese and everyone loved them. She had the option of using less spices and you can do that with this one if you want, but we liked it with the full teaspoon of spices. Also due to the onions being fried, I left the butter off of the Onion Ranch batch because there was enough fat from the onions to brown nicely. As Kittencal said, you can marinate your chicken in the ranch dressing 2 -24 hours (highly recommend it because it was wonderful). I marinated mine for 18 hours. Prep time does not include marinating, but is longer than Kittencal's because of the smaller, more numerous pieces taking longer to coat.

    Recipe #419982

    4 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    I like this recipe for tortillas because the olive oil is much lighter (reason for the name) than the usual fats used to make them. I got the this recipe from a woman at a shower (or something very close to it...LOL).

    Recipe #110085

    6 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    This is very easy to make and so inexpensive. I prefer Clairol Herbal Essense because it is thick so it makes more, plus it smells really nice. One 12 ounce bottle of conditioner will make 12-24 bottles of Leave-In Conditioner, depending on how much you add. You need to use distilled water to prevent spoilage/bacteria growth.

    Recipe #105819

    1 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    This is packed with natural immune boosting ingredients. It is hot. I got this from a health magazine about stimulating your immune system naturally. It really does help especially with anything concerning the respiratory system. The heat depends on your choice of peppers. I highly recommend this to people who love horseradish. It gets better with age as it ferments. It does start to turn dark from the fermentation process after about two or three months. I have made this and it is still great after a year. I make much larger quantities than those that are listed. It is basically all equal parts and I went with a cup due to having to list an amount. I like to start this on a new moon evening or morning but it isn't necessary. You can eat it on the first day, then let it sit in a cool dark place for six weeks. It isn't as great fresh as it is once it ferments. We use this in chili, on taco salads, in beans and all kinds of soups and stews. You can use it as a condiment like you would any salsa.

    Recipe #103699

    1 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    This peanut butter fudge is made with 7 common kitchen ingredients. (Corn syrup might be an exception for some kitchens.) This is easy to make and it is smooth and creamy. I have been making it for years and it is great for fund raisers. You can use crunchy peanut butter but I prefer creamy.

    Recipe #102783

    This is something I started making when my children were little. I have made mini burgers with the same ingredients, but scrambled are just easier and faster.

    Recipe #91367

    18 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    This dough is great for making pizza pockets, hot sandwich pockets, fruit pies ("fritter") and whatever you can imagine. It doesn't take long to make if you have those little dough presses that make the crimped edges. This came from my efforts to make fritters for my husband like his mom used to make. Success!! :)The cook time will be different depending on filling, so it is an estimated time for fried pies. Cooking fillings for hot pockets will increase prep and cook time.

    Recipe #84289

    2 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    This is a tender and juciy roasted chicken. The sauce for this is thick and clings to the chicken when it is spooned over it. I don't smear it on, I just let it run down the chicken and make sure to cover the entire surface.

    Recipe #83916

    4 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    This cake is a recipe I got from my grandmother when I first got married over 20 years ago. It is very rich and I still can't stay out of it until it is gone. Since you can make this in different size pans the cook time is estimated and prep time includes cooling and frosting. I like to make it in a half size steamtable aluminum pan to take for gatherings or picnics.

    Recipe #83361

    This is how I like to make my Cornish Hens. With Di Neal's Master Brine Recipe for meats, it is perfected. Watch the birds as they cook. Different shape and thickness can cause the same weight hens to get done at different times. The cook time does not include making the brine.

    Recipe #80041

    1 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    This toothpaste doesn't "lather" up, but it does leave your mouth feeling clean and fresh.

    Recipe #79330

    1 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    I made this years ago when I first began to really experiment in the kitchen on my own. It was the first recipe I ever "created". It has improved slightly since then. This isn't too tart or too sweet.

    Recipe #77356

    20 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    I love Fried Rice. I have diddled with this recipe many times. I think it is finally worth posting. Don't let the long list of ingredients or detailed instructions put you off on this one. Other than the refrigerator time, it really only takes a few minutes to throw it all together.

    Recipe #75913

    24 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    We frequently boil this during the cold and flu season. We use it more as a prevention than a cure, but it can help to keep germs down and lessens the possibility of making other family members sick. It also smells great so it isn't a problem to keep it brewing. I put zero cook time because it isn't a set time and is up to the person how long they want it to brew.

    Recipe #75747

    1 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    This is an all natural ear drop. It has helped my family with pain due to ear infection as well as getting rid of the obnoxious tickle in the back of your throat when you have a cough. Even for the throat, it is placed in the ear. It coats the "tickle" spot. ;) Cook time is "sit and shake" time.

    Recipe #73168

    6 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    We used to go to a pizza place in Georgia that served a taco pizza. This is my version. It is different, but really a nice blend of the two. Prep time is if crust is pre-made.

    Recipe #69523

    9 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    I wanted to make my own because I try not eat most prepackaged foods. This has worked great for us. It is simple to make. It can be frozen after it is sliced with double wax paper between slices (single is okay double is just better if you freeze it for ease of seperation).

    Recipe #63810

    1 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    I use this to make gumbo and red beans with rice and many other things.

    Recipe #57117

    2 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    This is my version of Orange Danish. These are as easy to make as Cinnamon Rolls. They may sound more difficult, but really are not. I always use store bought vanilla frosting mixed WITH HOMEMADE for these because it makes the texture better (creamier) IMHO. The yield is approximate and depends on how thin you roll and how thick you cut. Sorry I don't have a more accurate yield.

    Recipe #55443

    1 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    This is a pound cake that is requested over and over. It is very moist and the apricot nectar gives it a special flavor, though it still tastes like a lemon pound cake. It isn't too tart.

    Recipe #51895

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