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    Another down home recipe, this one came from my mother. Cooking times are approximate, each oven is different. Personally, I use 4 or 5 tablespoons of the chili sauce and 3 or 4 shakes of Tobasco sauce. Of course I always add extra cheese! This easy recipe lends itself to being adjusted to suit your tastes. Enjoy

    Recipe #335673

    Simple but tasty home cooking. Discovered in the early 70's in a newspaper insert for the Jax. FL fair. I like to make this in a 11 inch iron skillet. Also the directions call for a small can evaporated milk which Zaar will not allow. I searched on the net and found a small can to be 5 oz. hope that is the correct amount. Don't see how this recipe is oriental, but then I didn't name it...and it's still good. Hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #335651

    Even people that claimed not to like squash have liked this casserole, but then my DH that if you put enough cheese on anything it becomes edible! This is true comfort food, NOT low calorie, but worth it for a splurge. The amounts are adjustable according to your taste. If you like a lot of onion, use a big one and if you love cheese use lots. The original recipe just stated to use enough crackers to make soupy, my experience was 3/4 of a sleeve of crackers worked. Zaar doesn't allow either of those so I guesstimated the 1 cup. This is one of those 'until it looks right' recipes. Hope you like!

    Recipe #336133


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