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    This is a great and quick way to make red potatoes on the stove top and they still taste like they've been roasted in the oven for a long while. I had see on America's Test Kitchen how they make roasted potatoes, they microwave the potatoes first before the potatoes go in the oven, but then I thought to try them on the stove top. They turned out to be so good, tasted just like they had been on the oven, and took about half the time. You could also do these with golden or other small roasting potatotes.

    Recipe #452470

    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

    These potatoes were always made for Christmas or other family get togethers growing up. This is fairly simple and comes out tasting great! I used to make these more especially when our budget was tight and it helped that it only needed a few ingredients! Enjoy!

    Recipe #311170

    I saw this on Rachael Ray's talkshow today and it looked so delicious, and also very easy to make. She made a pretty big meatloaf, so you can halve the recipe easily.

    Recipe #336994

    I made these tonight from a recipe found here on Zaar, but after changing enough of it, thought I would post how I made them. I am sure that you could use any other small potatoes, I just had red potatoes on hand!

    Recipe #260353

    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

    This recipe was on a box of a Pillsbury Cake Mix. Looks easy and fun to make!

    Recipe #309773

    I've never done lobster before, but after seeing them for such a good price on sale, I couldn't pass them up! I saw different recipes for either steaming or broiling them, but I did both and they turned out fantastic!! I also made the citrus butter and my son said that they tasted much better after being dipped in the butter!

    Recipe #356014

    I was making meatballs for a family get together and didn't want to use breadcrumbs, as my daughter is on a gluten-free diet. I tried the cornmeal and they turned out excellent! They really hold together very well too! I also found that by mixing the ground beef and ground turkey makes for a much leaner and healthier meatball. You could use all ground turkey if you prefer too! My Dad was the one who actually made the gravy and it turned out nice with the cream soup and canned milk! This recipe can easily be doubled if needs be, and you can play around with other herbs and seasonings too, these were just what I used. Enjoy!

    Recipe #265183

    I saw this on an episode of Paula Deen and they looked so good! I love to eat cookie dough. The pecans can be optional, I personally don't like nuts, and for those that are allergic they can be omitted.

    Recipe #321421

    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

    This is something I threw together for dinner one night after reading some other recipes here on Recipezaar and came up with this dish. It is really simple, and a quick dish to make on a busy night. You can have this ready in about 15 minutes! I have also added some fresh lemon or lime juice at the end and it really adds a nice kick if have those on hand!

    Recipe #257134

    I found these in a Diabetic cookbook! Sounds simple and delicious!! The directions indicate using a store-brought ready to use bread dough, but if you want to make your own, that's fine, too.

    Recipe #392848

    A great recipe I got from my amazing Sister In-Law. She's a fantastic cook and should have her own cooking show! We make these every year for Thanksgiving! On a side not, I have a Kitchenaid stand mixer but not a dough hook, so I just used the paddle attachment and it worked fine when making the dough. The dough hook would probably be best to use though if you have it.Also, she has bread flour listed, but I just had all-purpose flour and it was also fine with it.

    Recipe #416017

    I found this in my America's Test Kitchen family cookbook and added a few more ingredients to the sauce to make it my own. It turned out great and tasted just like my favorite take-out restaurant. I don't prefer to cook or eat the skin on the meat, so I removed it and it still got nice and crispy without, but you can keep it on if you like it.

    Recipe #316326

    I saw Sunny Anderson make this on her show today and it looked so good!! You can use sugar-free jello mix for a low-sugar pie and sugar-free whipped topping to make for low-sugar dessert! This is great to make for potlucks or other get-togethers and be made in advanced and just chill out until it's ready to serve! This dessert is made in layers, the salty pretzel crust, the chocolate cream cheese layer, the jello, and finally the whipped topping layer and topped with chocolate shavings!! This should chill for at least 3-4 hours or until set completely.

    Recipe #426592

    My Mother In-Law taught me how to make this for my daughter who is on a GF/DF diet. She came up with this recipe herself! It was very easy and the pie held up very well. I used the "Silk" brand Chocolate Soy milk and I even had a piece of it and it was so delicious! We doubled the recipe to make two pies, as my Brother In-Law is lactose intolerent as well. We also used the nabisco brand chocolate and shortbread ready to use pie crusts, so it was very easy! *Note* When I wrote out the ingredients, I mistakenly put the instant pudding mix, but this recipe uses the Cook and Serve pudding mix. Also as another note, the chocolate pie filling is Gluten Free, but the pie shell was not, so if you want to keep it gluten free, you'll want to probably make your own from other recipes that you may know of, as I don't know of one right now. *Update* I had this recipe named gluten free and sugar free in the title of the recipe but seeing that chocolate soymilk has sugar and that the pie crust does include gluten flour, I have changed the name to just Dairy Free Chocolate pie. Hope this doesn't confuse anyone! Enjoy!!

    Recipe #268824

    I didn't know if anyone has posted these or not so I thought I would. These make great birthday party cupcakes. These are so easy to make and something that both kids and adults love. I like it because there is no worry of a kid eating the paper around the cupcake, they can just eat the cone, and it is much cleaner than cupcakes, as the crumbs are still in the cone, not in the paper wrapper or on the floor! Make sure to use flat bottem ice cream cones, not the rounded sugar cones or they won't sit up right to be baked. You can use any flavor of cake mix. I usually make two different flavors of cupcakes to choose from. I recently brought these to a potluck and they were the hit of the party! Enjoy!

    Recipe #309476

    Got this in my BH&G daily recipe e-mail. I want to try this for Thanksgiving!

    Recipe #395537

    This is a recipe shown on America's Test Kitchen on PBS. This is the first dish I tried to make from their recipes and it turns out excellent! The "Pie Crust" topping are actually biscuits that you dip into the thickened chicken pot pie broth. It is so incredibly easy. The biscuits that top the chicken that ATK used were James Beard's Cream Biscuits, but I rarely have cream to use, and I just used regular milk and they still turned out great! You can double the biscuit recipe if you need more, this one should make about a dozen.

    Recipe #265543

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