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    This is my attempt at low carb. I add more than 1 pepper because I like it spicey. You can replace the pepper with 2 to 3 tablespoons of chopped canned chilies or chopped canned chipotles en adobo or omit altogether. Top with salsa if desired.

    Recipe #38923

    I like the taste of the roasted peppers. We like ours super hot so we leave in most of the seeds. All the chopping can be done by hand, that's how I usually do it so it looks more like a homemade salsa. The amount of tomato juice from the canned tomatoes you used will determine how think the final salsa will be.

    Recipe #38836

    I don't know who Madeline is but her spinach is pretty good.

    Recipe #38101

    I have included how to make toast points because that's what I like this stuff on. It got it's name from pulling me out of many rough situations when I needed to bring something to some function and had forgotten.

    Recipe #38037

    This is pretty fool-proof. Great use of the microwave and tastes good. You may use any vegetables you have available, fresh or frozen.

    Recipe #37994

    Don't tell me this sounds awful, I KNOW. I had the recipe for a year before someone convinced me to try it. These dumplings are way better then the canned bisquit kind. I guessed at the cook time.

    Recipe #37976

    A spicy medium hot dish.

    Recipe #37904

    This is really good to put in Christmas Gift Bags. Almond slivers can be added at the end if desired. Be careful when spreading the chocolate as the sugar mixture is skin removing hot.

    Recipe #37902

    This is from a little old lady who thought everyone knew how to can so forgive me if there are some steps left out. I have not ever made this but wanted to share an unusual recipe. Prep time includes overnight soaking.

    Recipe #37883

    Had this at a camp ground after a concert, hence the name. I always add hot peppers to the corn bread mix.

    Recipe #37850

    The title says it all. I got this from an old church recipe book.

    Recipe #37847

    This is a childhood favorite. The hardest part was pinning Mom down on amounts.

    Recipe #37842

    This is one of those recipes you can spice up with hot pepper. Very easy to make. This came from a friend's grandmother's recipe collection.

    Recipe #37826

    The absolute ultimate bread pudding master formula.

    Recipe #37421

    Very good chicken! And low fat!

    Recipe #18593

    Simple directions for roasting red peppers

    Recipe #18589

    This is my family's favorite dish that I make. And it is sooo easy! It is enough for 6 adults. Or 2 adults and 2 kids, with more than enough to have for dinner the next night, and then lunch for 2 kids the next day. It's also good if you leave out the chicken.

    Recipe #10406

    This is a treasured adoptee. Here is KMT's original description of it: Delicious, low fat, Italian dish. Very filling too!

    Recipe #8798

    Recipe #8290

    This ia an adoptee that I have tried and it really is a tasty dish. Halves easily and is just full of flavor. Of course you may adjust the amount of hot peppers to your liking. I browned the meat well before I added it for extra flavor.

    Recipe #8240

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