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    Delicious!! I used a sweet sausage which combines SO well with the pears, asparagus, and mushrooms! This is a Publix Aprons recipe, but I lost the card so I'm copying my friend's. PS, It won't look like enough liquid to cook the pasta, but it works. We had to cook things a little longer than the recipe says, but not by very much. Also, gorgonzola cheese is not my favorite, but it works PERFECTLY with this recipe!

    Recipe #510195

    My sister told me about a recipe for pancakes made from oatmeal and cottage cheese that were actually *tasty*. I didn't believe it, but I'm always up for some adventure. Lo and Behold! I found recipe #43072, originally posted by bramble. I *loved* these pancakes and they're SO healthy! But of course, I couldn't help but tweak the recipe some. So, after many batches of lovely, healthy pancakes, I found this is my favorite (so far). I'm really only typing it up so that I don't forget what I put in that batch. ^_^ If you try it, I hope you love it as much as me. If you tweek the recipe, I'd love to try what worked for you, so please post comments. PS. Yes, it sounds like a LOT of egg, but if you use the 4 whites and 2 eggs as called for, it's much healthier and tastier than using just whites or just whole eggs.

    Recipe #451240

    I had to type this recipe up before I forgot how I made the dish. The pumpkin sauce was actually left over from a Rachael Ray recipe - I only used it to use up the rest of my leftovers, but the result was so good! I don't know if the pre-marinated chicken breasts I used are readily available elsewhere, and I can't imagine that the flavor would be as good with plain chicken. Somehow, the meal came out tasting like an Indian dish. Being that the sauce was originally a leftover, the pumpkin sauce was made ahead of time; I'm not sure if that made a difference or not. But it's nice being able to make the sauce a day ahead. Just take it out of the fridge when you're ready to bake the chicken - it makes for a really nice quick dinner. This went wonderfully with Jasmine rice.

    Recipe #285487

    I found the base for this recipe in a cookbook for Diabetics ("Month of Meals"); I modified it a tiny bit, but it’s mostly the same. I really like meat sauce, but my roommate is vegetarian – we’ve found that the Yves brand fake-meat crumbles are perfect in this recipe & it makes us both happy. Plus, it’s a lot healthier! If you’re really sensitive to spicy foods like me, this recipe has a great chili flavor without using a lot of chili powder; I typically use about 1 tablespoon. Of course, add as much or as little as you want. By the way, this dish (like many chilis) gets even better the next day - it does wonderfully to refrigerate or freeze it.

    Recipe #285484


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