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    From I saw this on a video on YouTube from Todd Wilbur who makes awesome recipes of some popular and famous dishes to be made at home. He said that the idea for the recipe at Planet Hollywood came from Demi Moore! The recipe can be found at

    Recipe #308372

    I found this in a small cookbook given to me years ago and after I made it I realized that it resembled a mini pizza. This was a great way for me to use up some leftover chicken and it tasted great with the added flavorings. This is great for an after school snack for the kids, or if you add more side dishes, can also be a great family meal. It is also so easy and can be versatile using different meats and seasonings. When I made these I used large potato style hamburger buns and they were perfect size for every one. If using smaller sized buns, then use two per serving. If you want a traditional pizza, just add pizza sauce and mozzerella cheese. The hamburger buns make an awesome crust.

    Recipe #305484

    I was going through my America's Test Kitch Family cookbook and came across this. I realized I had leftover rissoto in my fridge and thought I would try it. It turned out great and I would have never thought to use my leftovers this way! Instead of using oil I prefer to use a butter or olive oil flavored pan spray, which I think is healthier than oil. If you use that, spray the pan with several sprays to ensure enough coating for great browning. Also, I had quite a bit rice leftover, about 2/ 1/4 Cups of rice, so I had to adjust the ingredients some. This recipe should make 2. When I made it I came out with 6 medium sized rice cakes, so you may want to double the recipe if needed. You could also bake these rather than frying. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #305063

    I went to a big Asian market and stocked up on some great Asian sauces and vinegars. I thought I would try them and this is what I came up with. I am thinking it is more of a Japanese style because I used mirin, which is a slightly sweet vinegar and I think that it is mostly used in Japanses style cooking, although I could be wrong about that! When I made this I used skinless, bone-in chicken thighs, but you could also try to use boneless thighs, as well as boneless chicken breasts as well. I prefer dark meat but the white meat should work just as well! You could also keep the skin on if you prefer, but I personally do not. Enjoy!

    Recipe #305057

    I get emails for gluten free recipes and this was in an email I received today. It sounds very good, but I haven't tried it yet. This is gluten free and if you omit the cheese can be dairy free as well. I personally don't care for green beans so I am keeping them here as optional.

    Recipe #304672

    I came up with this when I had these ingredients that needed to get used up. This came together great and turned out to be a great one dish meal. I learned from reading an America's Test Kitchen cookbook that by cooking the vegetables separately each vegetable will have their full flavor when you combine them later and it does taste much better that way after doing it. It might take a few extra minutes, but the flavor of the dish will be awesome! You may also enjoy this with steamed rice.

    Recipe #302023

    I saw this recipe on Everyday Baking on PBS. They are fantastic will fulfill a peanut butter craving! These are much like cookies made with Hershey kisses, only these are made with Reeses' Peanut Butter Cups, which are personally one of my favorite candies!

    Recipe #302017

    This recipe is in my newer Better Homes and Garden cookbook, I made this cake for my daughter's birthday and my son asks for it often! It is so incredibly easy as well. I also have a Chocolate chip icing to drizzle on top and it is so good!! Enjoy!

    Recipe #301321

    I found this recipe on a youtube video of Gordon Ramsey making this on one of his British cooking shows. These turned out pretty good and the flavors are fantastic! You can watch the video if that would be helpful! In it, he used whole chicken legs/thighs still attached together. I only had Chicken legs and they turned out great! You could probably use the bone-in chicken thighs. This is very easy and the lemon aroma will make your home smell so heavenly!

    Recipe #301320

    I saw this recipe shown on Everyday Food on PBS. It looked so good and it contains no flour! I haven't tried it yet, so let me know how it turns out!

    Recipe #301084

    I found this recipe on another website when I had a craving for something lime. I tweaked it enough to add it here to Zaar. This is a delicious and refreshing dessert, especially during th Spring and Summer. The glaze will add more of a lime flavor, but you can just sift powdered sugar on top to garnish and either way it will be delicious. When I made this cake, I used bottled lime juice and I didn't have any fresh limes on hand, so I left out the lime zest and it was fine without it, although I am sure the lime zest would add more zing!

    Recipe #292709

    I used Bob's Red Mill All purpose Gluten Free Baking Flour and the bread turned out so good! My son who usually does not like to eat any of the gluten free recipes that I have made ate this and said that he loved it and had some more for his snack the next day! When I made this, I only had two bananas that I had on hand to add to the recipe, but you should use three to get the best Banana flavor! America's Test Kitchen suggested adding 1/2 Cup of plain yogurt, but I didn't have any and added about a 1/4 cup of milk to get the batter the right constancy. I suggest using the yogurt and see how it will turn out. As for the walnuts, I personally cannot have nuts, so they are optional. You could also add 1/2 cup Chocolate chips to have some chocolate in it if you wish too!

    Recipe #291317

    I found this recipe from America's Test Kitchen. This is such an easy way to make rissoto, and you can have this ready in about 45 minutes. I also have added cooked chicken or sausage to make this a one dish meal. Usually rissoto calls for Arborio Rice, but I can't always find that and just use regular long-grain rice. Having the longer grain though will make a bigger batch of rissoto. However, the leftovers are great to have for the lunch the next day! Enjoy!

    Recipe #291250

    This is a recipe that my Dad has made for years. He usually cooks this in a large skillet, which you can do, but i like to use the oven sometimes because it can be easier. This is a very versatile dish so you can mix any different kinds of vegetables! I prefer potatoes, carrots, zucchini,and yellow squash. I will sometimes add broccoli if I have it on hand, so use your own imagination in choosing which vegetables that you prefer. You could also use any kind of kielbasa sausage. I personally don't care for too much spice, but the spicy sausage can be used also. The best thing about this dish is that the only time consuming part of making it is chopping the vegetables! If you cook it in a skillet, it should take about 30 minutes, in the oven about 45 minutes.

    Recipe #290976

    I found this recipe on an envelope of an onion soup mix. This is very quick and easy to make and should take about 15 minutes to make. You can cook this in the oven if you want, but I prefer to cook it on the stove because it is faster that way. You can also use oil, but I like to use the PAM spray because I feel it is much more healthier. This can also be doubled if you have a large family to cook for.

    Recipe #290847

    I started to make my batter bun recipe (Look for my gluten free batter buns!)and I added some tapioca flour to see how it would work as well as Xanthum Gum, and when I opened my oven to take them out when they were done baking, like were like a popover, as they had popped up! They were delicious and they are very easy to make. I don't have a popover pan, so I was just using a muffin pan, and they turned out fine with it, but if you have a popover pan, you may probably be able to use it. These are also dairy free, as I used a gluten free, dairy free butter! Enjoy! **UPDATE** I have received a couple of e-mails telling me that spelt is a form of wheat and is not at all acceptable in a gluten free diet. I have a Bob's Red Mill baking cookbook that says that Spelt is a cousin of wheat and is found to be tolerated by some of those that are allergic to wheat. Trader Joe's has a spelt bread that the label says the same, that some celiacs have found to be able to eat Spelt flour. I am new at using a gluten free diet (It's for my daughter who is autistic, but not allergic to wheat), so I am sorry if this has confused anyone. You could try using a wheat/gluten free flour for the popovers and see if they still come out ok! Sorry about any confusion.

    Recipe #286645

    I heard this recipe on the PBS kids show Cyber Chase that my kids were watching one day. It sounded easy to make, so I thought I would try them and they were so simple. I added the jello to add to color for Christmas gifts and the jello added a fun, almost candy like texture to the popcorn balls! It will be very sticky and messy, but also alot of fun to make!

    Recipe #281464

    I got this recipe given by a friend who makes these every year for Christmas and for other occasions. I wanted to try a gluten free version for my daughter and they turned out great! They are super easy to make. They make take some time to make by forming the balls and then to dip them into the chocolate, but they are so worth it. I used 1 box of Arrowhead Mills Vanilla cake Mix and added about 1/4 Cup of Cocoa Powder to the batter to make it chocolate and it tasted fine. The BonBons may be quite a rich chocolate taste, so you only need a few to give into that chocolate craving!

    Recipe #273646

    This is a traditional Norwegian dish that my Great Grandmother, Mina Taylor, would make that was handed down to us. As children, we always had lefse for our Christmas Morning breakfast. I found an easy way using instant potatoes and this makes the process a lot easier to make the lefse in the mornings! We would eat the cooked lefse by rolling the lefse in cooked bacon with cream cheese and it is so good that way! I am not including the refrigeration time, which could be anywhere from 2 hours to overnight, which is what I do when I make them for Christmas morning. You could also try using a gluten free flour to see if it would be used for a gluten free diet.

    Recipe #271124

    This is from Mo's Restaurant that have many locations along the Oregon Coast. They make the best clam chowder and this is supposed to be their recipe. I have a recipe for a lactose free version as well if you need it.

    Recipe #270792

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