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    1 Reviews |  By LutieLu

    Whenever we get close to the end of a paycheck our meals become more cheap and oft times more original because we have to use whatever we have on hand. We made this up last night and I will certainly be making it a part of our regular menu. I served it with gravy and had steamed zucchini and yellow squash on the side. The dough I chose was a harder, crusty type of bread. The type that keeps all the filling inside. I don't know how different kinds of dough will turn out with this. You can also use different fillings. I added corn to a couple of mine and it was delicious. I really want to try replacing the onion with lipton onion soup mix. Note: I made 6 dumplings with mine but dough can easily make 8

    Recipe #401773

    This is my mother's mouthwatering chicken pot pie. She makes it with a wonderful homemade pie crust recipe... which I can't find. So for now I just cheat and use a frozen pie shell.

    Recipe #309709

    2 Reviews |  By LutieLu

    My dad makes this every week for Sunday dinner and we never get tired of it! He usually doubles or triples the recipe so we can eat them through the week too. This recipe also makes amazing scones, just cut into squares, let them rise and then fry in heated oil. They're good! If you don't have instant potatoes you can use 3/4 cup of mashed potatoes and just forget about the other 1/2 cup of water. Time does not include rising time and serving size really depends on how big you make yours.

    Recipe #309219

    1 Reviews |  By LutieLu

    I used to work in a little muffin/bagel shop and this was my absolute favorite thing we sold there. I've slightly tweaked it to my tastes and you're welcome to do the same. My personal favorite is to use Tomato+Basil bagels with this. Also, this is one of the 'chunky' versions of the recipe. If you don't like as much tomato or pepper in yours, don't add it. And if you like your peppers a little softer, precook them a bit before adding in the eggs. Pretty simple.

    Recipe #307624


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