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    Soboro is a salty-sweet Japanese dish that is used in many ways - you can put it into onigiri, serve it over rice, stir-fry it with veggies, or put it into scrambled eggs. It keeps in the refridgerator for a week and can be frozen, so you can easily make more than you need and have an easy meal later in the week. It seems that in Japan, they consider it a condiment. This is tuna soboro - there are different soboro recipes for different types of meat. I cannot take credit for this recipe - annathered at wordpress originally posted it on the web.

    Recipe #385469

    ...that she never made! My aunt has a friend Judy and they often share recipes. Judy gave my aunt this recipe and for YEARS, my family knew this recipe as Judy's Chicken. When my aunt recently asked Judy about this recipe...Judy had no clue what my aunt was talking about! Apparently, Judy had gotten this recipe, shared it with my aunt, and never made it herself. Of course, we still call it Judy's Chicken. This recipe is EASY as well as delicious.

    Recipe #347033

    This was a recipe I made myself that I based off of 2 recipes from http://crockpot365.blogspot.com - her Indonesian Chicken recipe and her Salsa Chicken recipe, both of which are delicious. Basically, I only had some of the ingredients for the Indonesian Chicken, so I mixed it up and changed it so that I could use up ingredients I did have. Not quite Asian/Indonesian, but still delicious! Hope you like it!

    Recipe #343289

    This recipe has been handed down to me - my mom got it from her mother. It's yummy, easy to make, and relatively cheap. Plus, I remember as a kid, I loved the days we had meatloaf because 1) it tasted good and 2) I got to help my mom squish the meat around to mix in the crumbs.

    Recipe #340065


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