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We sometimes have this for a meal all by itself. It's great comfort food and loaded with veggies.
This recipe came from FamilyFun.com
Inspired by groundnut stew, a traditional African dish. We like to sprinkle chopped peanuts and add bits of pre-cooked chicken to it. It's yummy and creamy and delicious.
This is delicious, light, colorful and refreshing. With the greens and the colored fruit it has a festive look. We've served it at Christmas as a lighter alternative to heavier sides. We found a version of this from Good Housekeeping and changed it up to our own tastes.
Nutrious and Delicious Soup. I make this in batches and freeze portions to give to under-the-weather friends and neighbors.
Salsa Topped Boboli
This is a recipe that came from Good Housekeeping. It came out really good! I ended up needing to add a little more water (1/2 C perhaps) because it took me awhile to cook down the carrots to my liking. The original recipe called for 2 T of vegetable oil -- I used olive oil (my preference). I also didn't add as much salt as it called for and it was still great.
This was one of my Mom's old recipes and I totally tampered with it -- hehehe.
Original recipe was from Yankee Magazine.
Here are my alterations: I switched milk to nonfat milk, heavy cream to half and half cream, cheddar cheese to lowfat cheddar cheese, and switched 2 eggs to 1 egg and 1 egg white.
Spicy Southwest Salsa & Chili over rice
We named it accidental corn bread after I opened a can of cream corn instead of whole corn by accident one day. Not knowing what to do with it, we added it to the muffin mix and obmitted the egg and milk called for in the muffin mix. The result was delicious and very moist. Our family loves it!
From Good Housekeeping. This autumnal take on roast chicken is perfect for a chilly fall night. The ingredients — maple syrup, chicken thighs, and sweet root vegetables — are rustic and really satisfying.
Makes 2 loaves. Guessing at 15 servings per loaf.
A good punch of morning protein