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Make this sauce an hour or 2 ahead of time for more flavor. Serve over fish, shrimp or anything for a cajun kick
My own easy version :)
Throw it in a crockpot for a quick easy meal:)
I can't stand mayo or any version of it, so I decided to make a pasta salad that was healthy and tasty too.
I got this from my friend, Denise. A tasty twist on a traditional burger:)
It's technically a cookie recipe but when you press it into a 13x9 pan it makes a wonderful cake-like brownie:)
I've also used cream of broccoli instead of mushroom.
I usually add extra basil and garlic to the tomato mixture and extra mushrooms. You can never have too many mushrooms:)
This is your basic homemade southern white gravy recipe. You can always make it thicker or thinner with the amount of milk you put in.
I also add pico de gallo to this. The recipe is in my recipe book. I didn't know how to get the recipe added in the calories list, but if you make it like I do it is an extra 11 calories.
you can add 1 diced small purple onion to this if you like.. I just don't care for raw onions:)
This is my own version of Cinebarre's Braveheart Pizza. It's also great with artichoke hearts:)
I serve this with some brown rice or over blackened red snapper. Sometimes I add scallops also.
Molasses and cocoa alone will not give the bread it's dark chocolate brown color, so we are creating the brown coloring form anmixture of red, yellow and blue food colorings. If you decide to leave the color out just add an additional 1 tablespoon of warn water to the recipe.
this has no real name.. I just kinda threw everything into a crockpot and voila. Sometimes I add more stuff sometimes less, depends on how much time I have.
I found this recipe online. I modified it of course. My family thinks it's outstanding.
This is the traditional fantasy fudge recipe from the Kraft Jet Puffed Marshmallow Creme jar, using splenda instead of sugar and fat-free evaporated milk.
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