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    Copycat, with a twist or two, from Carnations "Easy 5 Minute Fudge" recipe that's on the back of the Evaporated Milk label. This is very soft at room temperature and needs to be kept in the fridge.

    Recipe #466725

    I came up with this after having a large amount of left-over chicken. I did glean some things from other recipes here. But this is a unique recipe, not a copy. Preparation time does NOT include cooking the chicken.

    Recipe #451337

    Comfort Food! Made by mom every Christmas morning that I can remember and there usually wasn't any leftovers.

    Recipe #451266

    This recipe has been in my family since I can remember. Always a big hit no matter who makes it. The honey makes the crust a little chewy. I like the nuts finely crushed use different kinds. It's pretty sweet and great warmed up with some butter on it; hard to believe there's Zucchini in it!

    Recipe #384316

    A simple meat sauce from my mom; same recipe for 40 years! I season it differently almost every time and it always tastes great. Sometimes I add mushrooms and/or stewed tomatoes.

    Recipe #451265

    I was out of ketchup needed for another Sloppy Joe recipe here on Food.com and came up with this......started out as a recipe for Copycat Heinz Ketchup and morphed into my own sauce.

    Recipe #512540

    I use the basic recipe that Lipton provides on their 'Beefy Onion Soup Mix' box and add a great sauce for the top I found here. Save a little of the sauce for after it's cooked to pour over the slices of meatloaf!

    Recipe #492585

    Using any microwave you can have the BEST tea. I have been making this for 15 years and have been constantly improving the recipe. Read the directions carefully and you will have the best tea out there! Please note: use Lipton Regular Size tea bags, NOT the family size.

    Recipe #456218

    Easy to make, great to eat. Can be easily adjusted to taste!

    Recipe #464933

    I modified an existing recipe to make a sauce for meatballs I got at Ikea. it was even good enough that my daughter, who almost hates "gravy", like it enough to NOT complain! This amount of sauce was enough to serve with about 45 swedish meatballs and mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #454849


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