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519 By Mirj with a couple low sodium tweaks.
roissant-sandwiches-370490 by Leslie in Texas. With a few tweaks to make it a bit healthier.
Adapted from the recipe "Bourbon Chicken" at Food.com
This is not a light dish by any means, but it is delicious for a holiday treat. Dad makes this stuffing for Christmas and Thanksgiving every year. It can also be baked in a pan in the oven but it is much better when stuffed in a turkey.
For people who like onions.
Festive Sliders from www.presidentschoice.ca, turkey burger sliders from www.food.com
From the recipe entitled "Ww Weight Watchers Turkey Burger W/ Chili Fries" By Summer's Mommy on food.com
"I have tried many chili recipes, trying to find one that suits our family's taste. This is it! I found this in my 1970 Southern Living cookbook. My family doesn't like spicey chili, so I only add 2 teaspoons of chili powder. I have noted my other changes in the ingredients. I leave out the shortening to cut the fat and we aren't big on a lot of celery in our food, so I cut it down to one stalk. This is the only chili that I make now. Prep time is approximate. Servings are generous, so you may be able to serve more than six with this recipe. I freeze leftovers."
It doesn't take much to make homemade teriyaki sauce. The teriyaki ingredients are actually very simple
Submitted by: CORRIGAN8
Just a couple changes.
This beef stew from Argentina is slightly unusual but quite delicious. Dried fruits (apricots or raisins) sweeten the stew, as do the sweet potatoes. Tomatoes and onions, winter squash, and hearty chunks of beef round off the complex flavor of this wonderful stew. Carbonada criolla is perfect for when the weather turns chilly, served with cornbread and a salad.
Adapted from http://www.food.com/recipe/asparagus-mushr
This fast and easy side dish goes well with any meat entree. Or you can add strips of chicken, beef or pork to make it a quick, complete meal.
Warning: This is not a healthy recipe.
Bearing no resemblance to any Southwestern-style “bowl of red,” Cincinnati chili often is called five-way because there are five separate layers in its full configuration. No Cincinnati chili cook will give out his recipe, but this one comes pretty close to the superlative five-way served at our favorite Queen City chili parlor, Camp Washington.
Oyster crackers are the traditional garnish, and the proper companion beverage is a milk shake or sweet soda pop
This recipe is for my Alabama presentation. It comes from the Alabama Tourism Department.
This recipe is loosley based on the recipe "Asian Broccoli Chicken with Cashews" by Kraft Canada. I made it tonight for my family and it was a big hit. The large variety of colourful vegetables means lots of different vitamins, minerals and antioxadints
This recipe is from Recipezaar. It is a "before" recipe
This isn't even remotely like the usual sweet and sour salad... this one has feta cheese, tomatoes and yes, three types of beans, in a light lemon juice vinaigrette. It's from one of those "bargain bin cookbooks" at a big chain bookstore and it makes a great vegetarian main-dish type salad.
This is an "after" version of a recipe fround on recipezaar. The original is called "Not Your Grandma's Three Bean Salad," Recipe #118365. There is also a copy on Sparkpeople by the same name.
This is an "after" version of a recipe fround on recipezaar. The original is called "Vicki's Classic Potato Salad," Recipe #227732. There is also a copy on Sparkpeople by the same name.
This recipe is from Recipezaar. It is a "before" recipe.
Creamy and good; a must have side dish for any cookout
Recipe #317499 from Recipezaar.com