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Chili

Crock Pot ChiliSubmitted by RACHELO215

Lasagna

"Lightened", healthier version of a family favorite. Add a tossed salad for a great Italian feast!Submitted by MOB8/2009

Ham and Veggie Stir Fry

Very low calorie AND sodium!Submitted by MOB8/2009

Lora's gulash (my mom)

All the ingredients can be added more or less for your taste or for how many you are serving--mom never measured anything, mom used the V8 juice if the juice from the canned tomatoes was not enough. I added the garlic, mom did not always use garlic when making this. --I sometimes had some red pepper flakes to mine too. My family LOVES this and I make it often. It is so simple but SOOOO good! This is GREAT as leftovers with some warm Italian bread! Yum! Mom made this a lot in the Fall and Winter time our family comfort food, in memory of mom...Submitted by KELLYANNTALADA

Sukkie's Kimchee stew (jigae)

Hello, my name is Sukkie and this is my recipe for kimchee stew or "jigae". It's is my own adaptation of the traditional stew. traditionally it is made with pork, but mine is done with beef. it could probably be done without the beef, though i haven't ever made it that way. it's acctually a pretty simple dish that gose great with white or brown rice. you can use eather a large pot or a rice cooker that holds about 10 cups of rice. if you don't have kimchee, you can usually get a bag of it from an oriental store. you can use it right out of the bag. if you on the other hand know how to make your own kimchee, don't use fresh kimchee for this stew. wait at least a week before turning it into stew. this recipe uses caned potatoes and bagged kimchee so there isn't much prep work for it. it's also a lot faster and easier to make this way.Submitted by MOONEYES23


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