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    This was in The Best of America's Test Kitchen 2007. I have made it twice, and I am already craving more! It has a really rich and satisfying flavor. Read the recipe first! There are many things going on at once here in order to make this a 30-minute recipe. If you are not quick with a knife or you get flustered while cooking, you could chop and get ready all of your ingredients ahead of time - it might slow down your overall cooking time, but you'll have time to wash some dishes then. ;) We really like corn muffins on the side with this.

    Recipe #442422

    There is nothing particularly unique about these - I am surprised nothing similar is posted. I am posting it because I have started making this all the time instead of my other recipe, Recipe #64820. I originally got this recipe from 500 Low-Carb Recipes by Dana Carpender. According to the cookbook, each egg half should have a trace of carbohydrates, a trace of fiber, and 3 grams of protein.

    Recipe #418326

    I got these from Lowcarbezine!, which is an online low carb website by Dana Carpender. They are dynamite!

    Recipe #203008

    This is a bit unusual - don't expect a true "Mexican" flavor. However, they are sooo good! I got this from a cookbook called "Soup Mix Magic." I think I am addicted to the stuff. (One note - the original recipe called for a 19 oz can of black beans. I changed that because we can't get one here, but feel free to use more.)

    Recipe #125395

    You will not believe how good this tastes after you find out how quick it is! The recipe is from 15-Minute Low-Carb Recipes by Dana Carpender. I used a Vietnamese chili garlic sauce instead of anything called "paste" because my grocery quit carrying the one with the garlic included. I wouldn't go so far as to call the onion "optional," but I left it out because I had none left, so if you are on a strict carb limit or hate onions, you will still love this without it. The book lists 6 g carbs & 1 g fiber (just in case the computer can't tabulate one of the ingredients).

    Recipe #125156

    This is from Food Network's low carb chef, George Stella, and I found it in Low Carb Living Magazine. I liked these because they rose (I was afraid they wouldn't - I can't even get ordinary muffins to rise!), and the banana extract overshadows the soy flavor, which is a very good thing. These are best fresh out of the oven, but are still good for the first couple of days. The magazine says that each muffin is 8.5 net grams carb & 8.1 grams protein.

    Recipe #103612

    This came from One Bite Won't Kill You - a great kid-friendly cookbook. If you prefer to use bone-in chicken pieces, just cook for 1 hour instead.

    Recipe #96742

    This is so yummy - and really easy. I found it in Betty Crocker's New Cookbook, and avoided it for years because of the almond paste (to me, it's an exotic ingredient). I was really missing out!

    Recipe #83909

    I adapted this from Desperation Dinners. Yes, it really does only take 20 min. start to finish!

    Recipe #81106

    This is from New Mexico Cook Book, my all time favorite cookbook. I don't get to use it much because my husband doesn't like spicy food - but this had just the right punch for him. The servings are fine for a light meal, but I actually suggest doubling the recipe for 4 people. Duke City is Albuquerque, New Mexico, by the way.

    Recipe #64975

    I can't believe no one has posted this original, oh-so-simple recipe. Although I have tried many deviled egg recipes that I loved, and have awarded 5 stars to at least one here, my husband always demands at least one batch of "the old way." This is from Betty Crocker's New Cookbook. Although I nearly always use mayonnaise, Miracle Whip and half-and-half are acceptable substitutes in a pinch.

    Recipe #64820

    This is from Betty Crocker's New Cookbook.

    Recipe #64817

    This is from Betty Crocker's New Cookbook. Although I am exercising "portion control" by listing the original recommended servings, I have to confess that the four of us finished the entire recipe last time. I am being generous on prep/cook time. If you are somewhat skilled, it should take you less time than that. 6-30-04 Recipe ingredients updated to include onion.

    Recipe #64816

    I actually despise canned tuna. However, it is so economical that I am constantly searching for recipes that make it tolerable to me. I went back for 3 helpings of this one! It came from Betty Crocker's New Cookbook. Cook time is actually the recommended chill time. Don't forget to plan on time to cook the pasta.

    Recipe #57837

    This is Alton Brown's recipe.

    Recipe #57589

    This is not a low-calorie dish, but it is well worth the splurge. From Betty Crocker's New Cookbook.

    Recipe #48683

    This is from Prevention's Quick & Healthy Family Favorites Cookbook. Serve with crisp fresh vegetables. The picture in the book shows it served in a hollowed out red cabbage, which I haven't tried, but it is quite pretty.

    Recipe #48644

    I am submitting this because the kids raved over it, and my daughter had 3 helpings. Go figure. It's pretty easy, too. From Betty Crocker's New Cookbook. Also can be served over toasted bread.

    Recipe #48452

    This is a great change of pace using leftover chicken. From Prevention's Quick & Healthy Family Favorites Cookbook. Can also be served over couscous.

    Recipe #48256

    My very picky traditionalist husband not only loved this recipe, but now insists I make it all the time instead of the old-fashioned recipe. I think it came from Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #46611

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