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    Recipe #282998

    1 Reviews |  By poo235

    This salmon is elegant enough to serve at a dinner party and simple enough to serve on a busy weeknight. The tare sauce can be prepared ahead of time. I like to prepare a couple of batches and store it in the refrigerator for future use.

    Recipe #271579

    1 Reviews |  By poo235

    I threw this recipe together and was so happy with it that I wanted to share! I used a package of a whole chicken that was sectioned into its parts. The flavors come together very well if you keep the skin on the chicken, but you could definitely prepare this with 4 six ounce boneless-skinless chicken breasts.

    Recipe #269727

    Recipe #243407

    5 Reviews |  By poo235

    From Food and Wine magazine, posted for ZWT3. I haven't tried this yet... "Served on a mound of couscous, with plenty of steaming broth poured over the top, the hearty Moroccan-inspired stew is a flavorful combination of chicken, chickpeas, vegetables, and spices."

    Recipe #232736

    3 Reviews |  By poo235

    This is a low-fat version of Maryland Jim's Recipe #136125, posted for ZWT3's Cooking Lighter challenge. Hope that you enjoy it!

    Recipe #232540

    4 Reviews |  By poo235 Cooking time does not include refrigerating overnight.

    Recipe #230006

    3 Reviews |  By poo235

    Cooking in foil packs is so easy and fun...I might try this recipe for a camping trip. From Fiona Hayne's Low Fat About.come blog: "Fresh Alaskan halibut makes an appearance in stores in early spring, and is a real treat. This mild, firm-textured fish can be matched with a variety of flavors. This Asian-accented version is cooked in foil, which is a wonderfully healthy and convenient way to prepare fish, meat and vegetables, locking in all the nutrients. Enjoy with whole grain rice."

    Recipe #229924

    5 Reviews |  By poo235

    From the Home Cooking blog: " This soup can also be made with the chopped white part of 5 or 6 large leeks instead of onions. Additional garnishes you can use instead of bacon are chopped prawns or a small dice of lobster."

    Recipe #229885

    2 Reviews |  By poo235

    Food and Wine: "Luscious is the word for this Indonesian version of chicken and rice. Coconut milk spiced with cumin and coriander cooks into this rice and sauces the whole dish." "A flamboyant gewurtztraminer is in its element with spices such as coriander and cumin. Look to one from Alsace for full body, a delicate rose-petal aroma, and spicy apricot flavor."

    Recipe #229883

    3 Reviews |  By poo235

    This is a pared-down version of a French classic: chicken pieces are seasoned and browned, then braised in a red wine sauce.

    Recipe #229882

    1 Reviews |  By poo235

    My mom makes these every Christmas and sometimes for other holidays. They're soft and moist! Cook and prep time are approximate and don't account for chill time.

    Recipe #227870

    6 Reviews |  By poo235

    I saw this on Rachel Ray's 30 minute meals. They are quick and tasty! Great for an appetizer or for a snack while watching your favorite sports team.

    Recipe #227173

    11 Reviews |  By poo235

    The frozen blueberries give this smoothie a little icy thickness and really chill it down. In addition, blueberries are very healthy: they are high in antioxidants and vitamin C. There also have been studies indicating that blueberries slow the aging process of the brain! Simple, delicious, and healthy!

    Recipe #227110

    5 Reviews |  By poo235

    I've recently discovered tahini and absolutely love it! In this healther adaptation of tuna salad, tahini replaces mayonnaise as the emulsifier and adds unique flavor along with the Middle Eastern spices. I like to add apples to my tuna salad for a contrasting sweet, tart flavor.

    Recipe #224369

    2 Reviews |  By poo235

    LOVE foil pack recipes...I use them when I go camping for a weekend trip. Really, any fish would probably work well, but I have never tried any other ones. The sauce for this foil pack is from Fiona Haynes' Low Fat Blog. I added some veggies to make it a a complete meal.

    Recipe #223273

    13 Reviews |  By poo235

    My mom has been making this simple and delicious dessert for years. You can easily make this for other holidays by using different colored gelatins (e.g. try black cherry and orange for Halloween). IMPORTANT: Make sure that the bottom two layers are chilled long enough to become firm and that the top layer is cool before pouring in step 4 or the top layer will go under the cream cheese layer and not make the pretty layered dessert that you want.

    Recipe #223263

    3 Reviews |  By poo235

    I got this recipe from my Breadman Pro bread maker. It was soooo delicious that I had to share it! For a variation, add the optional dehydrated onion for another excellent recipe :-D

    Recipe #223213

    8 Reviews |  By poo235

    I think that I got this recipe from a Hungry Jack box. Anyway, it quick and tasty, and you should try it!

    Recipe #223212

    1 Reviews |  By poo235

    Well, I tagged toni gifford's Recipe #106966 in Please Review My Recipe, and I didn't see anything that inspired me for filling...sooooo I modified my Recipe #211482 a bit to create this delectable filling :) mmmmm it's creamy and delicious and (somewhat) healthy?? The French would not approve.

    Recipe #220540

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