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    Now you can make those comfort-food recipes that call for a can of cream of mushroom soup! This isn't much harder than opening a can, and it tastes great--just thin it with a milk substitute to enjoy it as a delicious soup.

    Recipe #407993

    2 Reviews |  By Jim C.

    This may sound like a crazy combination, but it's a wonderful dish! The mushrooms and water chestnuts add complementary textures, and the cheese sauce brings it all together.

    Recipe #335383

    8 Reviews |  By Jim C.

    An easy and delicious version of the classic "Mexican lasagna." For an extra flourish, alternate spinach tortillas with plain flour or multigrain ones. If you don't like spicy hot food, substitute a can of chopped green chilis for the sliced jalapeños. I like to use a hot chipotle salsa, but a mild one is fine. For a lighter version, use lowfat cheeses.

    Recipe #307117

    1 Reviews |  By Jim C.

    A perfect recipe for farmers' market season, since it is best with leftover cooked corn scraped from the cob with a sharp knife (I particularly like the clumps of kernels that can result from this scraping). Of course, it's a great hearty chowder for winter too, when you can substitute frozen or canned corn. Sagey breakfast-style sausage is excellent in this, but any kind will be good. The healthy secrets are the low-fat sausage (chicken or turkey) and the use of fat-free condensed milk instead of cream.

    Recipe #250656

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