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A quick and easy meal.
From Simple & Delicious.
A quick meal when you're in a hurry! From the Prego web site.
A quick and easy side dish.
from Family Circle magazine. You can make mini loaves, standard muffins, or mini muffins.
Sugared almonds and chow mein noodles add crunch to this salad.
from Simple & Delicious magazine
Top off pancakes with flair. From BH&G.
From A-1 Steak Sauce. Passive cooking time is actually marinating time.
from Real Simple magazine. Good served on chicken or fish.
from Kraft Food & Family. "Cook time" is actually chill time in refrigerator.
from Good Housekeeping
A quick, easy dish.
From Real Simple magazine, June 2006. Cook time is actually "chill in refrigerator" time.
From Betty Crocker. You can make the syrup up to one day ahead of time and store it covered in the refrigerator.
From Betty Crocker.
From Southern Living Magazine.
From BH&G. Other fish to try with this recipe: salmon, halibut, and catfish.
NOTE: Pan-dressed trout is one that is cleaned and split down the backbone so it cooks more evenly. Trout can also be cooked whole, but it will take a minute or two longer.
Quick way to make focaccia using frozen bread dough.
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