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    Posted here for safe-keeping. I keep losing my WW cookbook! I either make this as listed or I use the ingredients (minus the chicken) as a marinade for chicken, lamb, or pork. Double, triple, or quadruple the recipe for OAMC.

    Recipe #385817

    I tried to find a recipe on here for garlic butter to make mini garlic bread loaves for OAMC. I was surprised at how few recipes there were to choose from. This is the recipe I wound up creating. I spread this liberally onto both cut sides of 6" Italian bread rolls that I cut in half lengthwise like a submarine sandwich. Then tightly wrap each roll in aluminum foil (have to use that new Reynold's recycled foil!) and put inside a 2 gallon freezer Zip-loc bag. I keep reusing the bag to refill it with new rolls.

    Recipe #385781

    From AOL recipes. "In a complete meal, a little bit of chicken goes a long way. The whole grains in this dish make it both heartier and healthier."

    Recipe #384769

    From AOL recipes. "Most recipes call for the almighty chicken breast, but lesser-used parts, like the thighs in this Indian-inspired dish are more inexpensive and much richer in flavor."

    Recipe #384650

    In looking for ways to use shredded chicken thigh meat I came up with this recipe. It's perfect for a high-protein sandwich for breakfast on my way to work in the morning.

    Recipe #382303

    Posted here for safe-keeping and ease of finding. Martha S's recipe from Feb 2004 magazine.

    Recipe #316356

    A good friend of mine gave me this wonderful recipe. She told me that every time she made these for a party everyone would demand the recipe with their mouths' full! On my end, every time there's some kind of pot-luck around everyone requests that I bring this dish. Prep time does not include defrost time.

    Recipe #315033

    We're not found of overly sweet desserts in my home. At holiday time I love to relax and carefully decorate a platter of sugar cookies. I've found that this tangy non-too-sweet cookie recipe fits the bill perfectly! My mother found this recipe in the Syracuse Herald-American many years ago. We both have been making this recipe every Christmas since then. I also love to make them for summertime holidays using summertime cookie cutters. Prep time includes short end of chill time. You can substitute a little fresh squeezed lemon juice for the water in the icing recipe if you wish, too. You can also skip chilling in the fridge and put the dough right into a cookie press. ADDED 12/13/08 - We use the royal icing recipe so that these cookies can be stacked after they are decorated. Royal icing is a hard, crisp icing that gives these cookies a nice snap when you bite into them.

    Recipe #315030

    Here's another creation in my quest for "microwave-proof work leftovers." Lean ground beef, crisp/tender broccoli, lycopene loaded diced tomatoes, fiber-rich mushrooms and a reduced fat sauce make this a go-to one plate meal. Please note: This is not a one DISH meal as it does take more than one pot/pan to prepare. I group the prep time and the cooking time together. To me, cooking time means you are done in the kitchen and can go sit down.

    Recipe #313803

    I've been on a quest to create one-bowl entrees that can easily be heated at work for lunch. I was inspired by Shannon24's lighter Fettuccine Alfredo Recipe #245737. However, while cooking this I came across Vicki in AZ's Bisquick Sour Cream Biscuits Recipe #85148 and decided to use the sour cream I bought for those instead. I opted to use cream cheese in my recipe here to replace the sour cream. Preparation time includes cutting the chicken. I have not set a separate cooking time because I cook one ingredient while prepping the next one. Plan for about 40 minutes from start until sitting down to eat.

    Recipe #312769

    Water should never be part of the liquid for poaching chicken. Who wants chicken that tastes like water? This can be altered to use your favorite citrus fruits. When poaching the chicken using the ingredients as written, the honey is a very nice compliment to the acidic lemon and lime. Or use fresh oranges instead of limes and pair with currant jelly in place of the honey.

    Recipe #311050


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