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    From the Red Lobster restaurant website. These dense yet flaky, firm yet delicate, Maryland crab cakes are a seaside staple. I made these this evening and even my DH who doesn't care for seafood said it was a keeper recipe. I made them just as the recipe states but next time I might try a little more Old Bay Seasoning or pepper (or perhaps a dash of cayenne or red pepper flakes) to bring some more flavor to these wonderful crab cakes. Serve them a’ la carte, in a sandwich or beside a salad. We used Sweet Chili Sauce drizzled on the plate for another layer of flavor -- the Asian type SWEET-chili sauce, not the tomato-based kind you find with ketchup or the hot type of Asian chili sauce -- which complemented these very well and came straight out of the bottle so no extra work. Some advice on breadcrumbs: I really recommend Panko breadcrumbs. They give these cakes a nice crunchy outside even though very few crumbs are used for breading. Luckily most major grocery stores now carry this product in the Asian product aisle. If you're lucky enough to have an Asian grocery store in your area go there not only to save money but also to take advantage of authentic, flaky, white breadcrumbs that can be use in numerous recipes! Please do NOT purchase Progresso Seasoned Panko breadcrumbs for this recipe. If Panko crumbs are not available to you, use plain (non-seasoned) breadcrumbs for this recipe.

    Recipe #410446

    A great dip for holidays, parties, or just because. This dip has been a staple during family holidays and Mom heard about it the one year she didn't make it. I like things a little on the spicier side so I add a dash or two of cayenne pepper for some kick. A small chafing dish or mini-crock pot is perfect for keeping it at the right temperature.

    Recipe #426842

    Breakfast, lunch or dinner on the go! These are great for brunch or anytime you need a quick bite during a busy day. If you like a little punch use spicy sausage or add a sprinkle of crushed red peppers when you're putting everything together.

    Recipe #335910

    When I was young my mom encouraged me to cook for our family of 6 by paying me extra allowance for any dinners I prepared. More than 25 years later this is still a favorite of mine, as a cook, and of my picky family. I prefer Johnny's Pork and Chicken Seasoning but if you can't find it use your favorite poultry seasoning or just use salt. Since today's pork chops are much leaner than they used to be I usually spritz the top of the pork chops with olive oil before baking otherwise there isn't enough moisture for the breading.

    Recipe #258166

    Real vanilla bean makes the difference. Instead of pure cream, as in most recipes, this recipe calls for a little milk, less egg and a touch of cornstarch to help stabilize the custard. Although the recipe doesn't call for it, I scrape the vanilla bean and add everything to the cream mixture and then remove the pods just before cooking. Don't let the number of steps fool you -- this is a simple recipe with a lot of explanation.

    Recipe #434635

    Delicious, quick, and easy...what more could you ask for? Your favorite sweet tooth will soon be offering YOU favors.

    Recipe #261771

    Those with a serious sweet tooth need only apply. This is a recipe my mom served several times a year and it was always a hit.

    Recipe #261682

    Tasty! Need a new way to prepare chicken pieces? Then you need to try this easy recipe. Great for when you have guests because you're not stuck in the kitchen preparing the main dish.

    Recipe #258247

    This simple casserole version of chicken chow mein makes great use of leftover chicken or turkey and is easy on the budget and your time. I don't measure or weigh the amount of chicken I use but the original recipe calls for 3 pounds so I've left the recipe that way. I just use whatever I have left over, or I'll stew a few chicken breasts or pieces if I'm starting from scratch. If you've got 2-3 cups of chicken you'll be in good shape. For a little extra kick add some red pepper flakes. You can easily cut this recipe in half for a smaller family.

    Recipe #407467

    So easy to make and a sure bet for Superbowl parties and potlucks...best of all, No Frying!

    Recipe #315941

    A quick and simple recipe that even the kids will love!

    Recipe #249810

    This is Giada De Laurentis' recipe from the Food Network and goes great with your morning coffee. If you can't find fine ground cornmeal, process what you have in a food processor or blender. The prep time is approximate.

    Recipe #407466

    Looking for an alternative to fried chicken? This baked breaded chicken browns beautifully, has a tasty crust, and is a real kid pleaser. It easily scales up or down to feed a few or a crowd. It's also great cold and travels well for picnics and potlucks. If you don't have Romano cheese on hand, Parmesan works just as well. Found in the Better Homes & Garden Heritage Cookbook. This dish pairs really well with recipe #326987 and green beans.

    Recipe #426879

    Wonderful Korean style marinade originally intended for short ribs but I usually use this on flank steak. It's also great on chicken and pork chops.

    Recipe #249812


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