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My family loves this recipe. It is very filling, but also very rich. I posted this mainly for comments. I would like feedback on adjustments or should I let this recipe live in fantasyland as an untouchable. Thanks.Submitted by AMADEUS1956
This is a good and easy lasagna recipe! I double the recipe and freeze one. I make them in deep glass loaf pans so I can fit lots of layers. Submitted by EMBER81
Great Saturday morning breakfast best served with a side of fruit.
Red Pepper Flakes Are Optional. You can add spinach and mushrooms if you would like. Before baking you can add paprika or cayenne pepper.
Submitted by TREKKSTER
To be enjoyed hot or cold. This is a one dish meal that uses leftover sausage and high-potassium mushrooms! This is so good that I devoured the first serving right out of the pot standing in my kitchen.Submitted by KITHKINCAID
The taste is all there, but this version is better for you than the Chicago favorite!Submitted by KITHKINCAID
Another recipe from Stephanie O'Dea's "Make It Fast, Cook It Slow" - but I didn't have the heart to put a whole block of cream cheese in it (light or not) so I used Greek Yogurt to make it even lighter!Submitted by KITHKINCAID
I came up with the idea for this salad by browsing through some of the great recipes for Memorial Day salads. Fresh ingredients really make this dish - and I love taking "meal" salads for lunch.Submitted by KITHKINCAID
Creamy, hearty, cheesy, delicious Mac & Cheese that isn't going to break the calorie bank. Adapted from a number of different recipes including Stephanie O'Dea's "Make It Fast, Cook It Slow" and Runner's World Magazine.Submitted by KITHKINCAID
This is really delicious. Too bad I got a little over-creative and ruined my first batch with some red wine vinegar...don't do it! Leave the recipe as-is and it tastes great! A little high in sodium and cholesterol but also high in potassium and vitamins. The cholesterol is from the seafood, so at least it's the good kind!Submitted by KITHKINCAID