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    Authentic Asian curry recipe.

    Recipe #88163

    Typical bar food, great with beer.

    Recipe #87964

    Excellent with veggie dippers or bread chunks or crackers

    Recipe #87963

    This is an amazing recipe. Don't let the number of ingredients scare you off...just line up the bottles and measure!

    Recipe #87962

    Usually jambalaya calls for rice, but this is an amazing pasta dish.

    Recipe #87961

    Restaurant taste without the restaurant price. So easy it can be made anytime.

    Recipe #87960

    Everyone loves this home-y custard type of rice pudding. One of the ultimate comfort foods. Add raisins or omit according to personal preference.

    Recipe #87959

    This chili is chock full - of meat, beans and flavor! And it feeds a crowd. If making vegan, don't add the ground beef. Substitute any canned beans for the ones listed, the more the merrier, whatever your pot will hold. If making a small batch use the cans of unseasoned "bean medley" and cut back on the other ingredients. If you're watching your sodium, drain and rinse the beans before adding, but if not, use undrained - excellent source of fiber.

    Recipe #87958

    Not authentically Greek, but the flavor is wonderful. Nice filling with flaky phyllo pastry.

    Recipe #87957

    Because it starts with a cake mix base it's super easy! It's moist and tasty!

    Recipe #87777

    All you need in the cupboard and it's ready in one hour!

    Recipe #87778

    Crusty loaf. And how simple in a bread machine!

    Recipe #87776

    The ease and convenience of boxed and/or frozen with homemade taste.

    Recipe #87671

    My Grandmother made this, then my Mom, then me, now my son makes this...everyone loves this pie!

    Recipe #87574

    Served over rice - yummy!! Cannot figure out why it's called "lobster" when there isn't any lobster in it?! Maybe it's served with lobster?! Doesn't matter because it is dee-lish. Better than takeout.

    Recipe #87474

    Served with vanilla icecream or whipped cream this is a high impact dessert! Definitely not for those on a low cholesterol diet, but worth every calorie!! Can also be made for brunch, just shake on a little icing sugar before serving instead of icecream/whipped cream.

    Recipe #87326

    I wanted a hearty Italian flavored salad and decided to combine the salad with the antipasto course - result?! Yummy and easy!

    Recipe #87237

    My family loves to try "exotic" things. We really enjoyed this Spanish styled meal in one pot.

    Recipe #87236

    My husband and his parents love tapioca. Every time they visit I make a batch. Large pearl tapioca can be hard to find in a grocery store (it's one of those time consuming things to cook) but I find them in Asian grocery stores.

    Recipe #87138

    My son would happily eat spaghetti and meatballs every day. Once he requested a meatball the size of his head!! Simmered in sauce, these are excellent. This makes a big batch which I IQF and bring out as needed. I use smaller ones for S&MB and larger ones for meatball sandwiches topped with sauce and melted mozzarella cheese.

    Recipe #86956

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