This is a recipe that came off a pkg of Fleischmann's Rapid-Rise yeast in the 90's. It's light and aromatic without being overpowered by seasoning.
In my bread machine, I use regular yeast, put all liquids, then dry, then yeast and set it for a light 1.5lb loaf. It takes 3 hours to fully cook. Use dough setting
This recipe came from a bag of Pennsylvania Dutch Homestyle Noodles many years ago. The pimiento absolutely makes this recipe, so don't leave it out. Make a trip to the store and get them, they're near the olives and pickles.
This is from Organizedhome.com and I've been using it for years. It works equally for beef or chicken. **I edited this recipe after receiving a review stating that they felt it was sour. That made me realize I didn't have "fresh" lime juice listed, which I always use because I don't like it made with pre-squeezed in-a-bottle lime juice.
Cream cheese variation. A little sweeter version for those, like me, who don't love peanut butter. Food grade paraffin added to the chocolate makes the balls nice and shiny and a little sturdier when packaged. It can be found near the canning supplies in the grocery store.
This is an easy recipe that is difficult to mess up. I think maybe the sour cream helps, don't think I've ever had a "crack" with this recipe. Can be made in one springform or two regular pie pans (adjust baking time).
This is from a very old copy of Cooking Light from when the magazine was brand new. It's a delicious peppery parmesan sauce over turkey cutlets. Serve with egg noodles and a fresh vegetable.
Can also be made with chicken cutlets.