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    Adding a few ingredients to butter (or margarine if you prefer) makes this chicken easy and flavorful. This is the simple basic version, it is completely versatile with alternate herbs and spices. The technique of oven cooking at a lower temp is what makes it fool proof. Over cooking can be forgiving at this temperature, but I try to get it perfect with a meat thermometer :)

    Recipe #515972

    Cheap, simple. And this is a recipe that can be 'dressed up'. This is a great basic recipe...add everything you can to enhance it. Peas..garlic..use chicken...beef..it really is that simple. And a great recipe if you're poor.

    Recipe #514349

    Found this recipe online and tried it out. Turned out yummy. Probably the best recipe to start kids off baking cookies! The add-ins are endless. Choc chips,nuts,spices,fruit etc. When I made the second batch of these, I added vanilla extract and choc chips, turned out great. No secret to these... when you get a nice cookie dough consistency...it's time to bake. The smaller you make them, the less time they will take...and will determine how much you get out of a batch.

    Recipe #496213

    A versatile, and very simple recipe. I didn't have cream cheese, so I came up with this. Next time I will add parmesan and other cheeses. The ingredient amount was done by eyeballing it. Add as much or as little as you'd like. As for special notes about this recipe, this is a base recipe, with the ingredients I had onhand. I definetly plan on adding herbs and cheeses in the future. Prep and cook time does not include if you have to shell crab, prawns or sear scallops first. We did, but we caught our crab :) Footnote: The next day, we had quite a bit left over so I added a couple of whisked eggs to the dip, filled frozen tart shells and baked them... again I forgot cheese, but they were delicious.

    Recipe #486047

    This is a delicious,cheap,easy and you can prepare this ahead of time... AWESOME . When we get our limit for the day, and have extra after the feast, I prepare this (either the 'stuffing' or the stuffed mushrooms) easily. Set it in the fridge overnight. It's super simple/cheap (requirements) and very impressive. If you can get out and catch your own crab..it makes this a very cheap dish.

    Recipe #460901

    This is the best way to cook a roast and it will turn out perfect every time. I've cooked hundreds of roasts over the years, with decent results until I learned the simple trick of the oven temperature. Now the results are decadent! Feel free to use any spices or oil of your choice,and as much as you like. Another important tip is to use a rack or vegetables like onions,carrots,& celery to keep the roast off the bottom of the pan. A meat thermometer is also your best friend in this recipe as you want the internal temp to be 130. Yes, it takes a while to roast but requires no effort. For those that like a crispy outer you can also take the roast out when internal temp is around 118, preheat oven to 500 and pop it back in for an additional 10-15mins...although I find no need for this step. When you cook a roast at this lower temperature the result will be: Evenly cooked from the middle to the edge Melt in your mouth moist Little loss in the size of the roast

    Recipe #446514

    This recipe is easy and fast to prepare...just dont tell anyone, they'll think you spent all day on it. Variations of ingredients are endless! I made this last night for the first time and it was a definate hit. I'll be trying different variations and will post the ones that are outstanding.

    Recipe #426841

    This is a tea I make for my 9 year old son. He asks for it when his stomach is bugging him....who am I kidding...he'd drink it everyday if I made it for him. It helps with digestion and all you have to do is look up the beneficial properties of ginger on www.WHF.com or google it. Actually all my kids drink this tea, thanks to T-Bear. Easy and versatile.

    Recipe #390045

    A chance to sneak in a particular vegetable that some 'think' they don't like. My DH says he doesn't like it (eggplant) but yet when I make this he fights with the kids on who gets seconds (guess I should just make 2 batches ;) Just don't mention that it has eggplant in it and see if anyone notices.

    Recipe #385029

    It's an inexpensive,EASY and completely delicious way to cook a smoked shoulder. (They go on sale for $0.88/lb here and I buy LOTS) It's like that infomercial...set it, and forget it. Also an awesome change from chicken wings for a snack during the big game. The variations are endless but the method of cooking remains the same.

    Recipe #367258

    This recipe came from sheer necessity (kids are home, can't get to the store,have to work with what I have kinda recipes.) My ingredient list is approximate because I never measure anything :) This recipe is fairly basic, but the sky's the limit for additions. I baked mine in the tin trays because the kids got a kick out of having their own 'take out' portion.

    Recipe #352289

    We dont deep-fry a lot but when we do..we do a WHACK of stuff. I've tried numerous recipes and this by far is the cheapest, tastiest and works with everything. Fish and onion rings are phenomenol. Spices are to your own taste and can be adjusted to whatever taste you want. Believe me...I've added everything from curry to southwestern tastes, this 'basic' recipe is just a guideline to the spices and taste you are looking for. ENJOY, it's awesome.

    Recipe #349089

    I've adopted this recipe through Martha Stewart and made it my own. Everyone in the family is at my house on 'turkey' holidays because of this recipe. Even if you've never cooked a turkey before, this will amaze! Of course a recipe is only a guideline so feel free to add or subtract ingredients due to personal taste. I'll add the amazing stuffing recipe that goes with this before American Thanksgiving..or Christmas (depends on my available time). For those that don't cook a lot of turkey (and I do it on a weeknight for something to do), always check your turkey size and cook accordingly, whether stuffed or not. This my friends is a crowd pleaser. Be careful to only serve it to those you want to have over for dinner when a turkey is involved! Use any wine that you would drink is the best advice I can give...makes all the difference in the world. It may seem like a lot of work but it inst--I've done this on a Tuesday just for something to do. It's the best comfort food there is. I don't know the size of the cheesecloth packages so that's an estimate. You can usually get the cheesecloth and the packaged 'poultry blend herbs' at your local grocery. If you cant, email me and I'll give you the herbs you need. ENJOY! Try it this holiday season and tell me it's not the best!

    Recipe #262400

    It's spinach dip with a twist, but you have to like seafood. This recipe is a double batch but it's the only way I make it because it never lasts otherwise. I always make it the day before and serve in a hollowed out round sourdough bread bowl.

    Recipe #239593

    This recipe is a mixture of a few. It's extremely versatile, choosing your own tastes from the veggies to the soup to the cream cheese. It's similar to other "cream chicken" recipes but I think this one has much more taste. Use any cut of chicken you like. Works well with turkey breasts! If you want to make the meal whole without any extra work, it also works great with sliced or chopped potatoes under the chicken.

    Recipe #194855

    I just got mine for Xmas. I was DYING to use it but had to wait for the chicken to defrost. I ran out the next morning and got the veggies, just so I'd have them on hand. AMAZING!!! I'll NEVER cook with my oven again! INCREDIBLE CHICKEN!!!

    Recipe #149620

    I was getting bored of 'regular' roast beef sandwiches. I took things from a bunch of recipes and mixed it up a little. Easy to double-up this or size-down.I also use a pkg of Au Jus from Clubhouse for dipping.

    Recipe #147680

    Everyone in the family loves these and they are so easy to make!

    Recipe #144594


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