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    This is a yummy little recipe that I found on delish.com that I wanted to share. It really does only yield enough for 2. Posting recipe as is, but I did add a chopped chipotle pepper for some heat.

    Recipe #435583

    2 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    I found this recipe on msn.com and it is credited to eatingwell.com. We tried it last night- it's GREAT- so I wanted to share. I am posting recipe AS IS, but I did add 1 tsp of 5-spice powder to the turkey mixture and I used buckwheat soba noodles, plus, I added a little bit of Sambal for added spice. Here is the website description of it, and the actual recipe: This dish was inspired by Chinese Dan Dan noodles made with ground pork and noodles in a spicy broth. We use ground turkey and omit the traditional Sichuan peppercorns for convenience, but add hot sesame oil. Use toasted sesame oil instead if you want mild noodles.

    Recipe #416711

    I found this recipe somewhere on the internet, credited to Redbook. It is just delicious. I have made it with plain petite diced tomatoes, and that worked. I spiced up with cayenne, and I added adobo on the shrimp- just a dash. You can use fresh or frozen corn kernels. I am posting the recipe as is, without my small enhancements. I hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.

    Recipe #415218

    DH and I really enjoy oven omelettes for dinner on busy weeknights. I have found so many that I love on Zaar, and I have put together many on my own. This one deserves to be posted- it turned out fantastic. I served it with a spicy ketchup (2 parts ketchup to one part Tabasco.) I hope you enjoy it as much as we did.

    Recipe #351362

    2 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    A friend shared this recipe with me, and it's really great. Easy to do and the best part- no onions to chop or become teary-eyed over. Nice change from the norm. Serve as a main dish with rotis or rice for 2, or for 4 as a side to your Indian meal. Enjoy!

    Recipe #350340

    2 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    This is a waistline friendly version of eggplant parm that I concocted. We really like it. It's nothing fancy, but it sure hits the spot, minus many of the calories. Additionally, it's an easy dish to do, perfect for a weeknight or even a make-ahead type of meal. What I do is assemble it in the morning before work, and then DH pops it in the oven when he gets home. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #323326

    2 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    This is an awesome accidental find that I came across on msn.com, credited to Food & Wine. I can't possibly express how delicious this dish is. Each component is wonderful- it's almost a three-for-one deal- one recipe with 3 things that you can make just on their own. I hope you enjoy this as much as we did. Couldn't wait to share with you all!

    Recipe #310233

    2 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    DH gave this 5 stars, and I hope you all will follow suit! :) I threw this together when I had one of my many many pizza cravings. We're pretty conscious about white carbs, especially in the evening, so if you're like us and you love pizza, you'll love this. I am sure kids would love it too.

    Recipe #263964

    2 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    Zucchini is back in season and boy have I found a FANTASTIC recipe. It's different, healthy, delicious and so fragrant! I found it in a Food & Wine cookbook promotional. It's credited to Suvir Saran.

    Recipe #229998

    4 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    I took techniques from different things I'd read, and came up with this fantastic dish. It's relatively easy for a weeknight meal, or beginner cook. We ate this with tortillas in place of chapati, but you could eat it with naan, roti, or even rice. This is almost like baingan bharta. *Note: this IS spicy, so adjust the red chili if it you need.

    Recipe #207898

    2 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    I threw this together for dinner because I couldn't find any appealing shrimp recipes. I served it over packaged Roasted Garlic Herb flavored couscous, and both DH and I thought it went perfect with that. Be flexible with this- you'll love it.

    Recipe #206044

    1 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    This is a very tasty quiche that I put together for a tea-time spread. We had samosas, Indian sweets, and this- it was a huge hit- and very simple. A great last minute addition to any menu.

    Recipe #195698

    2 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    Burfi is a traditional indian sweet, which is made from many things and can be compared to the shape/consistency of fudge. This is a ricotta cheese version that is SO good. Sweet, great texture. You can either cut into pieces, or, eat with a spoon from a bowl. Preparation time does NOT include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #191920

    4 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    This is the most affordable and tastiest dish. It could be a good side dish maybe with an Italian-inspired fish, but I like a bowlful of it as a meal itself. Warm, hearty and flavorful- did I mention cheap and easy too? :)

    Recipe #188991

    2 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    (or just about!) This is a simple sauce I created that we've used for many things, and it's especially handy if you don't want to make a side of veggies- makes meals heartier. We love it on pork chops, chicken, and pasta. You could even put it in a roll for a sandwich- because it's thick/chunky. Hope you like!

    Recipe #182137

    2 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    This is a gorgeous looking and tasting chicken dish. Also really simple and a great appetizer for your party. I made this for a lunch we hosted, and it was the simplest thing on the menu, and received the best reviews! Cooking time doesn't include marinating time.

    Recipe #180116

    7 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    Hubby and I just took a trip to lovely Bar Harbor, Maine where we ate lots of lobster and blueberry pie! So the following weekend, when real life set back in, I found myself making a tangy, sweet, really good fresh blueberry pie. Enjoy!

    Recipe #179339

    2 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    This was a great idea for a quick sunday dinner after traveling for the weekend. Both DH and I loved it and will be making it again for picnics, lunches, anything! Please keep in mind all my amounts are approximate!

    Recipe #177048

    1 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    This turned out to be so delicious. DH loves salsa, so I just tried to incorporate it into another boring chicken night. I used Newman's Own salsa because it's what we had, but I think any brand (even your own) would do!

    Recipe #174254

    5 Reviews |  By MrsMM

    I served this insanely easy side-dish with my mexican chicken, which is also posted. It was so fast and so easy, I STILL can't believe it. Use a can of niblets corn, in mexican if you can!

    Recipe #174190

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