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    Zesty and hearty chicken enchiladas.

    Recipe #388554

    Got this receipe from a cookbook "The Baldpate Collections". The Baldpate Inn is a wonderful bed and breakfast/lodge nestled in the Rocky Mountains near Estes Park, Colorado. If you are in the area, the Baldpate is a MUST see....and eat!

    Recipe #312639

    Family favorite! Yummy enchilada dish BUT not your typical tomato/hamburger combination. Leftovers reheat well and it's freezer friendly. Feel free to switch out chicken for hamburger and cream of mushroom soup for cream of chicken soup. I know it sounds weird, but the sauce is really good and thickens while baking. I adjust the heat with the amount of chili powder and generally use 1 1/2 Tablespoons to 2 Tablespoons; whatever suits your taste.

    Recipe #430096

    I've had this recipe for years and it's one my family's favorites. Quick, easy but good enough for company. It is a very versitle recipe in that you can add any additional spices or seasonings to your own taste. I have tried to substitute olive oil for all of the butter, but it doesn't work for our tastes. I add a little olive oil to the butter because we do like the richness it gives yet not too overpowering. I use StoveTop stuffing mix and the parmesan cheese in the can. Also great for pork chops.

    Recipe #413032

    This is a conncoction I came up with tonight; I used hints and some 'secret' ingredients I've gathered from here and there. My husband could not believe it was out a jar - I had to show him the jar to prove it. Go ahead and try this...you know you want to and believe me, I'll never tell it started with a jar!! Enjoy!

    Recipe #347632

    From Marcia Adams' Cooking From Quilt Country. This is an excellent oven baked fried chicken; nicely seasoned, easy and takes you back to when you didn't care about fat content, calories or protein counts. The drippings make for very yummy gravy, too!

    Recipe #352208


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