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    1 Reviews |  By foxfyre

    This is a recipe featured by my local grocery store this month. Even my two year old loved it! It's a great one-skillet meal that's both very simple and easily customized. You could replace the kielbasa with cooked chicken, use a different flavor of cream soup, or replace the peas with your favorite vegatable. Have fun with it!

    Recipe #320730

    This started as an experiment, originally intended to be a pasta sauce incorporating chicken, eggplant, zucchini, and other vegetables. The eggplant staged a hostile takeover of the recipe, muscling all of the other ingredients out of the title! If you use Splenda or another artificial sweetener and a higher-fiber whole wheat pasta, this ends up being a good low glycemic index meal.

    Recipe #253565

    1 Reviews |  By foxfyre

    From "Living With the G.I. Diet" by Rick Gallop. In this case, G.I. stands for glycemic index, and diet means "way of eating" more than anything. This recipe is a tasty, high-fiber alternative to mashed potatoes, and simple to boot!

    Recipe #253098

    1 Reviews |  By foxfyre

    This was based on another recipe I found here on Recipezaar - I made some adaptations to suit my personal taste (and replace an ingredient I couldn't find at my local grocery) and it turned out really well. I hope others enjoy this as much as my husband and I have!

    Recipe #229218

    This is one of my husband's family's recipes. It's simple and doesn't require much prep time, especially if you use a food processor to cut the onion and celery. Seasoning amounts are approximate, though I don't recommend shorting the sugar. The gravy (I would call it sauce, but the family insists on "gravy" ) should be sweet and basil-heavy to complement the flavors of the sausages.

    Recipe #225525

    These are delicious and extremely easy to make!

    Recipe #201986

    2 Reviews |  By foxfyre

    These are fairly simple (most of the ingredients are seasonings) and similar to a number of other deviled egg recipes out there, but the addition of dill pickle juice and just a touch of garlic gives them a bit of additional zip. These are a big hit at gatherings with family and friends - I usually have to make a double batch!

    Recipe #192342

    This is the only coleslaw I'll eat! Sweet thanks to the apples and raisins, and tangy thanks to the vinegar in the dressing. You can use any kind of apples you prefer (though I'd suggest not swapping out the granny smiths). I personally prefer jonagolds or golden delicious apples to red delicious (I simply put these in the recipe because they're common everywhere).

    Recipe #189253

    1 Reviews |  By foxfyre

    My personal favorite stir-fry recipe. Great on its own, or over rice! For the curious: the seasoning mix adds maybe another 10 calories per serving. You could also try adding bean sprouts, sliced mushrooms, and sugar snap pea pods.

    Recipe #188191

    1 Reviews |  By foxfyre

    This occurred to me as a way to use up some leftover tzatziki. It's very tasty, both with and without the optional vegetables. Preparation time does not include making the tzatziki.

    Recipe #187052

    1 Reviews |  By foxfyre

    These candies are a holiday tradition in my family. They're delicious and fun to make - though I'd highly suggest getting kids, relatives, or friends to help with the dipping to make it go faster! Please be aware that these absolutely need to stay refrigerated, as the butterscotch makes the coating prone to melting even at room temperature. Replacing the chocolate chips with purchased couverture (check your local chocolate shop) will result in a higher quality candy with a harder, smoother coating. In that case, omit the vegetable shortening.

    Recipe #186783

    1 Reviews |  By foxfyre

    This is an incredibly simple but delicious recipe from my mother. It's easy to scale it up for company or down for just yourself - but these are great left over, so don't scale it down too much! I've made a couple of corrections after getting CraftScout's feedback. :)

    Recipe #186328

    7 Reviews |  By foxfyre

    This is an adaptation of my Artichoke Chicken with Rice recipe (#183814). The pesto saves time on mixing up seasonings, and lends a wonderfully rich flavor to the rice. PLEASE NOTE: Due to comments on this and my similar recipe I've noted that you need to use converted or brown rice for this to turn out right.

    Recipe #186326

    This is a nice simple way to prepare chicken in the crock pot, but it tastes like you put a lot of work into it!

    Recipe #186256

    8 Reviews |  By foxfyre

    The base idea for this recipe came from a diet cookbook, but I've made a great many changes over the years. This is one of my favorite recipes, because it's very flavorful and reheats well. I usually use no-boil lasagna noodles for convenience, but have also had very good results with whole-wheat lasagna noodles boiled just to the point of being slightly "under cooked". Also, the shredded mozzarella can be replaced with pre-shredded "mixed Italian cheeses" available at most grocery stores. Finally, the Classico brand pesto tends to be very liquid, which is good for this recipe. If you can't find this brand and the pesto that you use is very thick, try mixing in a teaspoon or so of olive oil.

    Recipe #183828

    2 Reviews |  By foxfyre

    This is a great one-dish meal in the crockpot. You can also substitute an equivalent amount of another vegetable (asparagus and broccoli are both good), making this a versatile recipe you can use often. When I make this dish I tend to use more pepper and basil than garlic, and just a tiny hint of dill. PLEASE NOTE: Due to comments in reviews on this and a similar recipe of mine, I've clarified that you need to use converted or brown rice for this to turn out right. Sorry for any confusion!

    Recipe #183814


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