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    This is a ice cream topper that will harden when it's poured on ice cream. It's like the ones sold in the store, but cheaper (by far!) The recipe is for only one serving so you can multiply it for as many people that you need to.

    Recipe #123959

    This will sooth discomfort of hemorrhoids and arthritis in minutes and cure hemorrhoids over time. It even works as a chest rub for colds to sooth the irritating inflammation that causes much of the coughing. The plantains this recipe calls for are the little green plants growing as weeds in many places all over the world, not the green bananas you find at the grocery store. You can check with your local health food store if you don't want to go on a weed hunt since it's a well-known remedy.

    Recipe #353028

    These are what the school cafeteria used to call enchiladas. I loved them as a kid, but when I started cooking, I could never figure out what sauce they used for them. It took years, but I found out the secret sauce: spaghetti sauce! They're nothing like enchiladas, but they're still good. I've included instructions for lower fat, but don't be fooled. These enchiladas are definately not a diet food.

    Recipe #160140

    This isn't the powdered milk recipe I've seen on this site and the internet. I really wanted a cream sauce I could mix up right when I made the recipe that tasted like cream soup and had the same consistency. I finally had to make something up myself because I never found a good recipe. This is still a work in progress. It is enough like canned soup that I feel like I can post it, but I'd really like to experiment some more to get it just right. I'd like to try egg yolks instead of whole eggs, broth for 1/4 to 1/2 cup of the milk, boullion instead of salt, and cornstarch instead of flour to see how those things affect the taste and consistency. I also wonder if you could skip the cooking if you're adding it to a recipe and just let the liquid cook away during the recipe's cooking but I don't know how that would work or if it would curdle. If you experiment with the recipe, please post your comments and let me know how they worked out. The 1/4 teaspoon of salt is a low sodium recipe while the 1/2 makes it taste about the same as regular canned soup.

    Recipe #351194

    This dish, with its distinctive flavor, is a delicious alternative to the usual spaghetti and sauce. Preparation is simple and quick, yet it looks like a fine restaurant style dish.

    Recipe #64546

    This recipe cuts the fat in half, but actually tastes better. Much better for your kids.

    Recipe #262530

    This recipe has been altered. It's much better, so don't be afraid of the low rating. I think all you spinach lovers, and even a few spinach haters, will like it.

    Recipe #49914

    Pick the ingredients for this dish straight from your garden if you can. When that's impossible, premium produce from the store tastes great too. The spaghetti sauce seasons the dish, but oregano, basil, parsley, or red pepper, especially if they're fresh, can be added for more flavor.

    Recipe #64548

    A combination of flavors that will leave you taste buds begging for more. A nice twist to french toast.

    Recipe #36102

    This is a delicious soup that Koreans serve at the New Year. You won't find these ingredients in your local groccery store, but an oriental market should have them. This soup is pretty easy, but looks beautiful when served.

    Recipe #142562

    This pizza is made with refrigerator rolls for the crust, so you don't have to slice it. I listed my favorite toppings, but of course you can use whatever toppings you like.

    Recipe #200699

    This spaghetti dish is unlike all others. It's a light, cool change to the traditional spaghetti with a heavy sauce.

    Recipe #35993

    I thought I'd died and went to heaven when my Korean friend served me this soup for the first time. Cornstarch can be substituted for the rice flour, if necessary, but the taste will be compromised.

    Recipe #75538

    This WAS stroganoff when I was growing up. I never heard of the kind with sour cream until I was a teen. It's so good. I hope you enjoy it too.

    Recipe #215710

    This is a delicious Latin American custard.

    Recipe #49904

    This mixes up in a flash. I like to mix it up at lunchtime on days when I have a lot of errands and put it in the oven on time bake so dinner is ready when I return home.

    Recipe #36275

    Like Peas? You'll love this soup. It's unlike any split pea soup you've ever tasted.

    Recipe #75536

    I decided to post this because none of the other Kim Chi recipes have a key ingredient that all Korean women I know use: pul, or rice water. I have made kim chee with many different Korean women who come from all over South Korea. I have never made Kim Chee the same way twice, even when I've made it more than once with the same woman. Like good Korean cooks, these women never measure, and I never have either, so the amounts listed are estimates. The taste buds are the ultimate judges, so taste a little of the Kim Chee before you've mixed it all up. Read the entire recipe for tips before buying ingredients. Good luck!

    Recipe #173218

    I got this recipe by using the sauce from "Brown Sugar Chicken" on this website and pouring it over my chicken and veggies in my crockpot. It was delicious. You can add more veggies if there's room in your pot.

    Recipe #136865

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