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Shared Recipe Cabbage Rolls Filled With Bread Stuffing

Dec 27, 2012 on Food.com

"Take advantage of those holiday leftovers with this delicious stuffed cabbage recipe. This is so good, you may decide to make it part of your regular menu!"

Shared Recipe Low-Cal Series: 10 Minute Fajitas

Dec 22, 2011 on Food.com

"Delicious Mexican Fajitas made with all the right ingredients. Low enough in calories you can have two for dinner! (Though just one with a salad is quite satisfying.) I'm calling these 10 minute Fajitas because you prepare the other ingredients while the chicken is cooking...about 10 minutes, depending upon your skill with a knife."

Shared Recipe Low-Cal Series: New Orleans' Style Seafood Gumbo

Dec 17, 2011 on Food.com

"This delicious Low-Cal New Orlean's style Seafood Gumbo comes in right at about 250 calories per serving. I'm not positive exactly how many fat grams in total, however, the fat content is also pretty low for a gumbo. Make sure to have plenty of your favorite hot sauce on hand to really spice it up!"

Shared Recipe No Fail Macaroni & Cheese

Dec 8, 2011 on Food.com

"This recipe uses cream of mushroom soup to help maintain its creaminess, so now anyone can take mac & cheese to a pot luck dinner without worrying about it coagulating into a lumpy, unappealing mess. You cannot taste the mushroom at all--and, when I reveal it is in there everyone is always surprised."

Added Recipe Photo to Delicious Tuna Cakes With Spicy Jalapeno Sauce

Dec 8, 2011 on Food.com

Shared Recipe Garbanzo Bratwurst Soup

Nov 28, 2011 on Food.com

"This is a bit of a twist on my Spanish Garbanzo Gumbo recipe. The flavors from the bratwurst and the chipotles in adobo really make this soup unbelievably delicious!

I find the Brauts give the soup a much better flavor if grilled. My second choice would to be to bake them whole and then chop them up into cubes."

Shared Recipe Vodka Salsa

Nov 28, 2011 on Food.com

"This is a fun and tasty recipe for a quick, spicy salsa with a punch. Adults only, please!"

Shared Recipe Pork Chorizo Sausage Mix

Nov 28, 2011 on Food.com

"I love the flavors in this recipe. I use this as a ground meat and do not put the mixture into casings and allow to dry however, if you wanted to do so, you certainly can use this recipe for that purpose. There are many uses for this, such as in rice, in soups and stews, as a patty it is delicious on a biscuit or a piece of cuban bread, as a fill..."

Shared Recipe Hearty Corn Cauliflower and Potato Chowder

Nov 28, 2011 on Food.com

"This is a wonderful way to get your kids to eat cauliflower! It's also delicious served over rice, if you need to stretch the meal. ** This chowder could be served as a vegetarian meal if you substitute the chicken stock with water. For vegan, use non-dairy milk and nut butter. As for vegetarian and vegan topping options try vegan bacon bits/ses..."

Shared Recipe Spanish Garbanzo Gumbo

Nov 21, 2011 on Food.com

"This delightful hardy and tasty Spanish soup is easy to make and will please even the most discriminating pallet. It can be served on the side or as the main course. If someone is allergic to shrimp, you may substitute with pork."

Added Recipe Photo to Classic Cabbage With Ham and Potatoes

Nov 17, 2011 on Food.com

Shared Recipe Delicious Tuna Cakes With Spicy Jalapeno Sauce

Nov 10, 2011 on Food.com

"This is a pretty simple recipe, perfect for common people who maybe don't have access to ingredients that top chefs do because of cost/location or don't have the time prepare elaborate meals. It's great for those of us cooking on a budget who want food to taste good.

I like to let the mix sit at least an hour before I use it to (1) let all th..."

Shared Recipe Classic Cabbage With Ham and Potatoes

Nov 10, 2011 on Food.com

"This is one of my all time favorites and, I think, the easiest recipe ever! A fantastic winter dish that is equally enjoyed in any season. Ham, potatoes and cabbage... you just can't go wrong!

You must start this dish in the morning. You can make the dish faster by using water and turning up the heat, but then you lose all the flavor."

Reviewed Guy's Spicy Spanish Rice

Dec 1, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Guy, I just love your style. This is so very close to how I make my rice, but I usually sautee or---preferably bake--with plenty olive oil & lots of garlic rather than use the grill--unless we are grilling, of course--then it's in a baking pan w/the oil & garlic. The major contribution I can make here--soak your corn overnight in sugar water & ...

Reviewed Guy's Spicy Spanish Rice

Dec 1, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Guy, I just love your style. This is so very close to how I make my rice, but I usually sautee or---preferably bake--with plenty olive oil & lots of garlic rather than use the grill--unless we are grilling, of course...then it's in a baking pan w/the oil & garlic. The major contribution I can make here--soak your corn overnight in sugar water &...

Reviewed Guy's Spicy Spanish Rice

Dec 1, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Guy, I just love your style. This is so very close to how I make my rice, but I usually sautee or (preferably) bake (with plenty olive oil & lots of garlic) rather than use the grill (unless we are grilling, of course...then it's in a baking pan w/the oil & garlic). The major contribution I I can make here--soak your corn overnight in sugar water......

Reviewed Chicken and Dumplings

Nov 13, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

Another great recipe from Tyler! I am from the south and have been making chicken & dumplings for 30 years, but have never used egg in the dumpling mix. It was fantastic! However, old habits die hard, so even though I took the leap and added the egg to the dumplings, I dropped the salt and milk, using chicken stock instead--1 cup. Maybe I'll try...

Reviewed Chicken and Dumplings

Nov 13, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

Another great recipe from Tyler! I am from the south and have been making chicken & dumplings for 30 years, but have never used egg in the dumpling mix. It was fantastic! However, old habits die hard, so even though I took the leap and added the egg to the dumplings, I dropped the salt and milk, using chicken stock instead (1 cup). Maybe I'll try...

Reviewed Chicken and Dumplings

Nov 13, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

Another great recipe from Tyler! I am from the south and have been making chicken & dumplings for 30 years, but have never used egg in the dumpling mix. It was fantastic! However, old habits die hard, so even though I took the leap and added the egg to the dumplings, I dropped the salt and milk, using chicken stock instead (1 cup). Maybe I'll try...

Reviewed Pasta Dough for Ravioli

Nov 10, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

This is a really good pasta dough recipe. Thank you, Tyler! I like to add some Italian seasoning, garlic powder (not garlic salt), parsley and ground red pepper to the dough. It really kicks up the flavor for use with white or cheese sauces. I have stuffed these with just about everything from cooked ground meats, vegetables, to just a simple...

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