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    This is really good! The recipe comes from www.chocolatemoosey.com. When I made them, I baked the nuggets instead of deep-frying and then poured the sauce over them and served on a bed of romaine lettuce. Next time, I want to try baking the nuggets in the sauce, I think they'd be moister that way (because I don't want to deep-fry). I guessed at the prep and cook time, as I was not paying attention to the clock. If you bake them, it will certainly need to cook longer - about 30 minutes at 350 degrees.

    Recipe #513307

    This is very quick, very easy, and has a wonderfully fresh flavor. My husband, who hates tomato soup, eats this happily. Serve with crackers. Originally from Taste of Home.

    Recipe #503707

    Quick and easy enchiladas made with corn tortillas, your choice of cheeses, and convenient canned tomato sauce jazzed up with spices. This is a huge hit with my family and a nice break from meat or seafood. Feel free to make it your own by adding other proteins, or veggies such as spinach, mushrooms, etc. You can increase the amount of cayenne pepper if you like more heat - the minimum amount listed is perfect for my young kids. Hot sauce or canned diced chili peppers can also be added to the sauce if you so desire. Not 100% sure, but I believe this is gluten free as well as vegetarian, as the corn tortillas I use are labeled as such and as far as I'm aware, none of the other ingredients contain gluten.

    Recipe #500064

    My perfect recipe that I perfected after much trial and error. Makes less than the typical 9x13" kugel, so it's perfect for smaller families. It will serve 8 if you cut it into medium slices, or less if people are going to have more than one piece...which they are very likely to want! I bake it for Shabbos for my husband, daughter, and myself, and we divide it for 2 meals, plus a little bit extra to "sample" before Shabbos. Makes a tasty kugel that is soft on the inside with a nice dark crispy crust on the outside. Use a food processor for best results. Very easy.

    Recipe #254646


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