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Becky remembered this recipe she made as a waitress many years ago.
Ron makes this recipe when he knows I am coming to visit! It is so good. We will see how I do with it. It is meant to be poured into carved out Kaiser Rolls with the carved out part set on the side to dunk in whatever is left over. It's soooo goood!
The Kaiser rolls have NOT been included in the nutrition. Don't forget to add them to your nutrition.
Saw this recipe on Spark but wanted to calculate for additional servings.
Got the recipe from Linda P. after a Church Pot Luck. Decided to give it a try. Added it for the Nutrition Info.
While staying with us during his internship at a Madison accounting firm Becky kept asking Michelle what he would eat. When Becky would ask Justin he would say he would eat anything! Finely Michelle emailed this recipe to Beck! This was so easy to make and tasted heavenly. It tasted like more! I added this to my collection primarily for the calorie count.
I just needed to enter this for the calorie count
Very Delicious! Each Serving is 3 ounces Makes 8 servings,
Combination of Maplewood Village Recipe Book
We got this recipe from Thoms1 Grandson Justin Henry
Just calculating for our info
Did for nutrition calculation
Just wanted to know how many calores
Just decided to try something different. Were we shocked and surprised to find out we could have the taste of OUR Potato Salad without the massive amounts of Calories and Carbs!!
This is a remake of Megreneez recipe. I decided not to use the canned Rotel or the canned diced tomatoes and instead of the Parmesan cheese and Mexican blend cheese I used Feta Cheese. Only because I enjoy the taste of Feta Cheese.
Just adding this for my own info.
This is my brother-in law's recipe. Wayne is the cook in Julie's family. It was written into their vows! He is one AWESOME cook!
The secret to making a good sauce is the "taste and add" step. When satisfied with the flavor, simmer slowly for a minimum of 1 hour. Stirring every 15 minutes to ensure nothing sticks to the bottom of the pot.
Got the original recipe from a hippie chick back in the 70's! I only changed the ground beef to ground turkey. I am baffled by the calorie count though. I have double checked the ingredients and amounts so I guess it must be right. It is high in sodium. I didn't have any low sodium tomato sauce so here's hoping it is correct.
Did this just to recalculate nutrition info. serving size is 1 cup but that amount really made approx. 12 cups
Tried to revise and make it healthier. Ended up with more calories! UGH!
This is a recipe my nephew Andy came up with while making a recipe he got from his son-in-law healthier. It tastes delishious!
Julie had me make this while visiting her. It was very good! The zucchini was chopped into 1/4th in chunks! Yes, I measured! Julie said it tasted like there were nuts added but we figured it must have been the zucchini faking us out. Very Good!
Hearty low carb soup that fills you up! Not out!
Tried making my Turkey chili without Turkey and was very pleased with the result. This is a perfect Chili for me during Lent.
This is a recipe my sister gave me from Paloma's mother.
"This recipe calls for rising in a bowl, I found using a sealed plastic container works better for a consistent rise (especially in winter). Get 2 tubs, make 2 loaves in succession-warning!!! Can't stop eating it!"
"You can make additions to the basic dough, just remembering to bake a little longer in the first phase (covered). Iíve tried caraway seeds (1/4 cup), dried soft chopped figs and pecans (excellent toasted with brie), dried cranberries, orange zest and walnuts (with honey butter, who needs sweet rolls?) and a great one is grated cheddar and onion powder."
I decided to makeover my Turkey chili recipe to decrease the sodium intake. I used dry beans instead of canned beans and did not add salt. I also have to be aware of more sensitive spice challenged people eating my chili therefore Instead of using 24 oz Medium Thick n Chunky Salsa I use 16 oz Medium and 8 oz Mild.
Per the instruction on the dry beans I soak them overnight. I use the same big pot to soak both black and kidney beans together. In the morning I drain and rinse them and fill the pot with water and cook for about 1-1.5 hours.
Changed my basic recipe to give more flavor. Deleting original. This is really tasty
Third revision..changed to be lower sodium
Slightly altered Campbell's Soup Recipe. Left off Cheese.
Only entering this for Caloric Content
Am entering this only for Caloric Content
Just threw this together to calculate calories
I decided to make a previous recipe a bit healthier. I originally used 1.5 lbs of extra lean ground beef, this time I thought I would try it with 93% lean ground turkey. It definately brought down the Caloric value.
This is what I put together for lunch when we go to the Flat Top Grill.
Try this if you would like to spice up your day.
Trying to clean out the Freezer before payday rolls around? Grab two rings of bologna and some veggies to bring it to life.
Add a few things that are in your fridge and pantry to get a tasty brown rice dish.
Recipes I've Rated:
- Jalapeno Popper Stuffed Chicken Breasts
- Lasagna made with ground beef
- Bacon Egg and Cheese Strata
- Mexican Lasagna
- Lower-Sodium Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup
- Oven-Roasted Tomatoes
- Cabbage Casserole
- Eggplant, Squash and Zucchini Casserole
- Michelle's Broccoli Raisin Salad
- Tuna Salad
- Spaghetti Squash Marinara
- Skinny Scalloped Sweet Potatoes
- Salsa Turkey Burgers
- Holiday Pumpkin Bread
- Roast Potato, Zuchinni, & Red Pepper
- less sugar/fat pineapple upside down cake
- Overnight French Toast
- Momritz's Homemade Whole Wheat Tortillas
- Turkey Chili
- Mousse a la Banana
- Cheesy Vegetarian Sweet Potato with Beans
- Southwestern Quesadillas
- Vegetable Couscous
- Chicken Oregano with Sweet Peppers
- Summer Squash - Zuchinni
- Zesty Chicken Skillet