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    I got this recipe from a cooking show on 3ABN called "Abundant Living" It is easy to make and tastes great! You can add vegeburger to it if you want to but it is good this way as well!! The cooking timelisted includes time to cook the rice but does not include the time for r baking the potatoes if you eat if over potatoes.

    Recipe #380100

    I got this recipe from a 3ABN network cooking show called, "Let's Cook Together." Even my meat eaters liked it. I top them with a brown gravy or sometimes spaghetti sauce once they come out of the oven. They are very good and you can make them any size you want to.

    Recipe #380099

    I foound this on the 3ABN recipe website and tried it. My family actually liked it too and they are fussy eaters! It is one that you can add your own favorite things to and it will adapt well. Just make sure that you diced or grate your added ingredients so that the loaf will cook correctly. It is a great vegetarian meatloaf substitute! If you use the egg for the non-vegan version, start with one egg and if it is still too stiff, add one at a time until the correct loaf texture.

    Recipe #379774

    I got this recipe from a cooking show on 3ABN network called "Let's Cook Together." It used tofu instead of eggs and vegenaise in place of nayonnaise, but can easily be adapted to the non-vegan version by using real mayonnaise and evaporated milk. It is a yummy recipe and we have made it both ways. The family loved it both ways and cleaned out the bowl. Cook time includes the time to cook the potatoes and to saute the toful if using it.

    Recipe #376194

    This recipe came from a cooking show on 3ABN called, "Let's Cook Together." The beauty of it is that it can be converted to non-vegetarian by using hamburger meat. But, the vegetarian version is quite good as well. My family loves both and when we have company who are vegetarians, we do the non-meat version. The prep time for the vegeburger one is less because you don't have to cook the vegeburger first. The hamburger one requires cooking and draining the meat before you proceed.

    Recipe #376045

    I got this from a cooking show on the 3ABN channel on tv. It is simple and healthy and doesn't take long to make. You can find more vegetarian recipes on their website www.3abn.org The prep time does not include the time for cooking the beans.

    Recipe #353131

    I got this recipe when I was watching the cooking show called "Let's Cook Together" on 3ABN tv channel. It is healthy and very easy to make. Thought some of you out there might llike it too. Even if your aren't a vegetarian (and I am not totally either) it is good recipe and tastes good. I added the green pepper, celery and green chilies to the recipe as my family likes those things in pretty much anything I cook. But if you don't like any or all of them, you can omit them because they weren't in the original recipe. Prep time did not include cooking the brown rice beforehand.

    Recipe #353084

    This is definitely not the kind of recipe I usually post on Zaar. In fact, some people who read this recipe may think I am out of my cotton pickin' mind and wonder where I get the nerve to call my self a cook at all...lol. But, I love this stuff. First of all, you have to be a spam lover to even consider this. I have loved spam since I was younger. I don't eat it often, now that I am an adult, but there are still times that I find myself wanting it. This was one of those times. I was having a lazy day and didn't feel much like cooking and this is the recipe that resulted. I was very much in the mood for spam and for fast results. My husband even liked this and he isn't much of a spam fan most of the time! So, if you are thinking about trying this recipe, you have to love spam, ok? You can add two beaten eggs after it it all together and then put some spaghetti sauce over the top and bake it as well. I did that once but I like it better just plain when I am in a hurry!!! the cooking time of 10-12 min. is for cooking the macaroni. But if you decide to do the oven one with the beaten eggs, you will cook it 30-40 min. or until the eggs are set and well done.

    Recipe #341360

    I got this idea from a couple of different recipes that I liked the sound of but wasn't quite satisfied with. This came out great and the family loved it. I have also listed some variations which I have tried and liked. It give some options to make it different from time to time. The flavor is great and it is even better after the leftovers sit in the fridge overnight. It reheats well in the microwave. Variations: 1 cup chopped broccoli that has been cooked in the microwave in a little water for 12 minutes, 1 (7 oz) can of diced mild green chilies, 1 c diced celery cooked until tender crisp.

    Recipe #336056

    I got this from a friend. She told me she found it on a Kraft recipe site. All I know it that we liked it. It fit our family tastes quite well and I made it for a family get-together. I brought home empty dish! You could add other layers to suit your family's tastes and it would adapt quite well to that. The cook time of 3 hours or overnight is for the chilling time before serving. Overnight is best if you can do it.

    Recipe #334677

    I threw this together one night when we all got home quite late and we were all starving. I needed a fast dinner I could make almost immediately. It is very quick and the family loved it. My son named it. We now make it once a month or whenever we feel hungry but don't have time to cook a full dinner.

    Recipe #329761

    I got this recipe from the back of a spaghetti box. One time, I made it as is. The next time, I added our family favorites to suit our own tastes. The family liked it much better, although they did like it as is.....just not as much! It is easily tailored to suit anybody's tastes and easy to make. We love canadian bacon and pepperoni so it was a pretty safe bet that we would like this recipe. Also, it is a nice change from regular old spaghetti.

    Recipe #328363

    I copied this recipe from my mom's recipes. She has had it for a while and we aren't sure where she got it. It probably came from some magazine or other. We love dishes like this with green chilies and eggs. This one is easy and tastes great! You can add whatever other things your family likes so that you can tailor it to your own tastes. You can either serve it for breakfast with sausage or bacon and toast or for another meal with salad and breadsticks.

    Recipe #325764

    My daughter-in-law gave me this recipe about seven years ago. They came to visit us and she made it for a supper for the kids. Of course, we all loved it. You could use Kielbasa instead of the vegetarian hot dogs and that would be good too! I have made it that way a few times and it tastes so good that way! When we have vegetarian guests, I make it the regular way for them and we still love it that way too. Cook time does not include the time for cooking the vegetables ahead of time.

    Recipe #325744

    I found this on the Loma Linda website and its good. I have made it with regular chili and regular hot dogs and we like both versions. It is a kid friendly recipe and simple to prepare.

    Recipe #325708

    This is a recipe from Campbell's Kitchen site. I was looking for an easy recipe one day and wanted to incorporate stove top suffing with it. This one is ok and tastes good but is very simple.

    Recipe #325696

    I can't remember where this came from but it is so easy and it makes a nice meal. We have eaten it for supper with sliced tomatoes and cottage cheese.We like to eat the cottage spooned on top of the tomatoe slices. The kids seem to like this too. I have made it when our son gets company on the weekend or when they show up with him from school. Growing teen boys seem to eat anything that isn't nailed down...lol.

    Recipe #325683

    A friend of mine sent me this recipe. She got it online I am sure. This is a teriffic man dish or a complement to any other dish. It uses things that most people have in their pantry so you don't have to go out on a shopping expedition. We love it because it is a change from the normal kind of lasagna and easier too.

    Recipe #325621

    I got this recipe ffrom "Worthington Foods Vegetarian Recipes." Although we do eat meat now, we still love the dishes we made when we were vegetarians and make them often, especially when family (still vegetarians) visits. This one is easy and has that wonderful stroganoff taste! Cooking time includes the time for cooking the noodles.

    Recipe #325613

    This recipe came from my friend in Montana. I don't know where she got it but probably from a recipe website. It is good for a change of pace and particularly good for when you are in a rush to get dinner ready. Very easy recipe. Cooking time includes time to cook pasta.

    Recipe #325497

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