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    This is one of my favorite quick-fix meals.

    Recipe #276360

    I'm unsure where this recipe originated but have been told it is a traditional Hungarian dish. It is slightly spicy, the meat is very tender and it is overall absolutely delicious. The recipe originally called for two tablespoons of paprika, but I reduced it to 1 1/2 to slightly decrease the heat. You can decrease the paprika further if desired. I recommend this soup to anyone searching for tummy-warming comfort food on a cold winter day. (Note: I am unsure why when one of the reviewers attempted this recipe, there was an inadequate amount of liquid. I have followed this exact recipe many times, all with the same successful result. If you're still a little hesitant, I guess it wouldn't hurt to add more liquid than directed, but remember to compensate by increasing the spice amounts. Also remember to use medium-sized potatoes only or a decreased amount of large potatoes, as using too much would make a difference as well. Hopefully this note helps!)

    Recipe #276292

    This is an easy, tasty chicken breast recipe.

    Recipe #276286

    I believe I found this recipe in one of my mother's old cookbooks as a teenager and made them so much that I practically memorized the recipe. It's one of my and my family's favorites. This is not your typical brownie. It's a different take on a blonde brownie--with gooey chocolate chips, crunchy walnuts and chewy coconut. They're best described as a sinfully rich chocolate delight.

    Recipe #275708

    A co-worker gave me this recipe. It is a sweet-n-spicy appetizer entitled "Holiday Sausage" due to the festive colors of red maraschino cherries and green peppers. It is to be served with tooth picks, so your guests can spear a different flavor combination in each bite.

    Recipe #275704

    I serve this punch at the Christmas party we throw for our friends each year. The Black Velvet whisky is virtually undetectable. Each glass goes down smooth and if you don't pace yourself, it knocks you down quickly. Enjoy and please remember to drink responsibly!

    Recipe #275701

    I modified an existing recipe for my brother-in-law, who is allergic to eggs, and it quickly became a family favorite. This cake turns out moist with a hint of orange flavor and a burst of tart cranberry. This is one of my brother-in-law's favorites. How do I know, you ask? Well, I'd say his taking second helpings and stashing the remainder of the cake to take home are very good indicators. :)

    Recipe #274969

    I got this recipe from the cookbook, "Bakin' Without Eggs: Delicious Egg-Free Dessert Recipes from the Heart and Kitchen of a Food-Allergic Family" by Rosemarie and Kevin Emro. The only adjustment I made was omitting the chocolate chips and walnuts to make the recipe nut-free and vegan as well. The brownies turned out chewy and moist. (Note: Due to comments regarding inadequate baking time, I have adjusted the recipe to use a 9" x 13" pan instead of 8" x 8". I used a 9" x 13" pan when baking the brownies for the first time, and they turned out wonderfully. As this recipe is from a cookbook, I had simply typed the directions as written not accounting for my use of a larger pan. Oops! Please don't hesitate to try. Hope you enjoy!)

    Recipe #274956

    I created this dish for my husband, who doesn't particularly care for honey-mustard flavoring, and he actually loved it. In my opinion, it's just sweet enough with a bit of kick.

    Recipe #274950

    This is a variation of my Recipe #226422 with a little Asian flair. It was a big hit with my husband. You could make this recipe as the main course of a meal, or it could work for an appetizer as well.

    Recipe #261088

    I created this recipe one night out of desperation, since my pantry was almost bare. It turned out that my husband loved it!

    Recipe #239475

    Whenever I make this candy, people are amazed to learn that it is made with a potato. It is very sweet and rich and is best accompanied by a tall glass of milk. It's an old family recipe that my mother always made at Christmas time. I'm not sure from where it originated but suspect our Irish or Pennsylvania Dutch heritage.

    Recipe #226474

    This is a very moist, fruity cake made with yellow cake mix. I like to use cherry pie filling, pineapple chunks, coconut and walnuts; but any like substitutions could be made. The cake turns a pretty pink color due to the cherry pie filling and smells heavenly while baking. I like it best chilled and topped with homemade whipped cream.

    Recipe #226469

    This is one of my favorite family recipes. It is a simple, sturdy white cake with vanilla-flavored syrup poured atop. It is best served piping hot on a cold winter's day.

    Recipe #226436

    This is an old family recipe. You cannot taste the mayonnaise. It just provides extra moisture to the cake.

    Recipe #226434

    When I lived at home with my family, we would make this snack cake a lot. We always had blueberries stored in the freezer from summer berry-picking season. This recipe is very sweet but well worth the carbs! Please note this cake batter spreads out thin and does not rise much at all once baked. It is not meant to do so. Also, please note that the glaze is optional per your sweet tooth preference. It could also be halved for those who prefer less sweetness.

    Recipe #226432

    This is a recipe my mother uses. Her hometown grocery store actually gave her too-ripe bananas to bake this bread and sell in their store. My friend, Amy, would say this is her family's most-requested treat from "Aunt Becky".

    Recipe #226429

    This is a dish my grandmother used to make. The flavor reminds me of stuffed peppers.

    Recipe #226426

    This is a recipe my grandmother used to make, and everyone loved it. I've made these meatballs as an appetizer or the main course of a meal.

    Recipe #226422

    This is an idea I got from a Tuscan cookbook a while ago. It's very quick and easy.

    Recipe #226317

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