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    Serves 8 - delicious and a great way to use up the bounty of Zucchini from your garden.

    Recipe #389425

    Serve as an accompaniment to rice and curries. Makes 6 servings

    Recipe #389235

    Quick and delicious, satisfies my desire for Shrimp, Okra and Grits without all the calories.

    Recipe #386556

    Rachael's Recipe Notes: Yes, you are reading the ingredients correctly - fennel seed, ground cinnamon and unsweetened baking cocoa are what make this delicious! I make this in a 4 quart stainless steel pan on the stove top, but after sweating the onions and peppers and browning the meat, if you want to put this in a crockpot and cook on LOW for 4 to 5 hours, it's just as good! If you like, you can add a can of diced tomatoes, undrained (15 to 16 ounces), at the same time you add the tomato paste. Sometimes my family likes the diced tomatoes, sometimes they don't. I serve this with homemade jalepeno cornbread and/or crispy tortilla strips.

    Recipe #385067

    Rachael's Recipe Notes: Serve with garlic bread or bread and butter and a salad and maybe some steamed broccoli. Feel free to add mushrooms or cooked ground beef, whatever your family enjoys! If you prefer, you can omit the tomatoes and sauce and use just olive oil and cheese (use extra of both), and add the broccoli right into the casserole. I call that Baked White Spaghetti.

    Recipe #322431

    This makes a GREAT Sunday Dinner. Not only can you make this in the oven or the crockpot, but you can make it in a Nesco Roaster. Keep the heat of the Nesco at about 200-250*F throughout cooking. Rachael's Recipe Notes: You can start this in a large skillet and then transfer the meat to a slow cooker, add the onions, seasonings and tomato sauce and let it cook on LOW for 6-8 hours. The gravy this makes tastes wonderful over mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #322427

    Simple, easy, delicious. Perfect for a family movie night & dinner together.

    Recipe #322371

    This is a delicious family meal. Perfect for a Sunday dinner or Saturday family movie night.

    Recipe #322367

    This makes a wonderful treat or a great gift!

    Recipe #322345

    Perfect meal for those busy back to school nights!

    Recipe #322341

    Honestly, this is EASY! A little time consuming, but sooooo worth it, I promise! If *I* can make this, ANYONE can make this!!!

    Recipe #322338

    I adapted this from a regular smothered chicken recipe. You can use 8 ounces of sliced canned mushrooms, if desired, or 1 pound of fresh mushrooms.

    Recipe #322337

    Delicious and simple, a real family favorite. This is a great comfort food casserole. I sometimes buy whole chickens that have already been roasted at the grocery store when they have them on special. It cuts down on the time in case you don't have already cooked chicken. Also, I serve this with white rice and more chow mein noodles on the side and frozen egg rolls when I find them on sale.

    Recipe #322319

    Rachael's Recipe Notes: This recipe calls for Rosetta Frozen Ravioli and Ragu spaghetti sauce, but I have used a zillion other brands successfully. This is a great quick meal for the family served with garlic bread and a salad. Freezing, Reheating, Servings: This usually serves the 4 of us pretty well, as long as I serve it with bread and butter and a big salad. There are 4 adults in my house. I've had enough leftover to pop in the microwave and reheat for lunch the next day.

    Recipe #322315

    Rachael's Recipe Notes: Serve this with pink beans and rice or pinto beans and rice, ,and all the Mexican night fixin's (guacamole and mexican caviar with tortilla chips are high on our list).

    Recipe #48801

    Rachael's Recipe Notes: I like to serve this one in bread bowls. Delicious!

    Recipe #48742

    Rachael's Recipe Notes: This can also be used as a jam or jelly. Tastes great on toast. I use this as a "dip" for cinnamon pita chips.

    Recipe #48738


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