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BBQ Bacon Onion Meatballs
The name says it all! — posted by Carol
I had a memory of a wonderful pasta sauce with fennel seed in it from long-ago days living in San Francisco, so I did a google search. This recipe, from Rachel Ray, came up. It’s nothing like what I remembered, but it’s totally delicious — and hubby, who can be picky about vegetarian fare, completely agreed! — posted by l’ecole
Vegan Garlic Asian Noodles
Use this easy one-pot pasta recipe to get a healthy, vegan dinner on the table in no time. — posted by Alyssia @ Mind Over Munch
Churro Ice Cream Cones
Liven up your ice cream by putting it inside a soft churro cone. — posted by Food.com
Milk & Cookies Cup
Why dunk ’em when you can have your milk and cookies together? — posted by Food.com
Chocolate Hazelnut Stuffed Churros
Chocolate Hazelnut Stuffed Churros — posted by abdelilah.taouil
Scrambled Egg Muffins With Bacon and Swiss Cheese
Make ahead breakfast! — posted by Heather N.
Pastrami Stuffed Turkey Breast
Turkey Breast stuffed with pastrami and mushrooms. This one is for Yeeshai and Esther Menucha. — posted by Feeding my Family
Healthy Berry Muffins
Wonderfully healthy muffins and YOU PICK your berries! Whole family loves this recipe! — posted by Courtney B.
Carrot Chocolate Chip Cookies
preheat oven to 350 degrees F. in a medium bowl, swift together 3/4 cup of dark packed brown sugar and then add 3/4 of regular sugar.. add two large eggs to your mixture and then add 1 teaspoon of pure vanilla extract… add 1 ( 12 ) ounce bag of semi sweet chocolate chips or chunks … add one shaved and minced carrot … add 2 1/4 of all purpose flour … add 3/4 teaspoons of baking soda … and lastly add 1 teaspoon of fine salt. — posted by doublechunk6262003
Turkey White Chili
Very similar to a Pork Green Chili only using turkey and adding white beans. Great way to use leftover turkey from a holiday meal. — posted by Brad J.
amazing — posted by nathalie.abair
An easy side-dish!! — posted by NanuqMom
Sausage Pepper Linguine
“This is a very quick and delicious dish. Serve with additional cheese if you desire.” — posted by benallen002
Vegan Chocolate Mint Oreo Crunch
Sooooooooo rich and moreish. I invented this recipe for my 3 year old son who is allergic to eggs and cows milk. I took the leftovers to work and people went nuts over them! People didn’t believe they were vegan as vegan food is usually ‘healthy’ whereas these are anything but. Very rich so cut into small squares. — posted by Jonathan_Creek
These chips are a great way of calming that roaring beast inside you who craves chips. They’re still salty, crunchy and as a bonus way more healthy. — posted by Annie B.
From the Good Housekeeping Illustrated Cookbook. I have been making this sauce for years. It freezes very well. — posted by Chicken Queen
Blueberry and Lemon Loaf Cake
From Irish Times Friday 26 August 2016. Looks interesting, but I have yet to try it. — posted by Paul C.
Chicken Avocado Salad
Easy and healthy meal to start your day! — posted by Jonel B.
Zucchini Tater Tots
These tots are a healthy twist on classic tater tots. Classic tots are deep fried and made with potatoes, but these guys are baked and feature zucchini. Zucchini packs a nutritional punch! It’s high in fiber and several vitamins and minerals including Vitamin C, Vitamin K, B vitamins, potassium and manganese. One medium zucchini supplies more than half of your daily Vitamin C needs! To make the tots, I mix shredded zucchini with some minced shallot and dried spices and bind it all together with an egg, breadcrumbs and yummy cheese. I like to use Italian spices and a mixture of mozzarella and Parmesan cheese and serve the tots with marinara sauce for dipping. But what I love about this recipe is that it’s a blank slate and you can use whatever types of seasoning and cheese you like. They would also be delicious with cheddar or Monterey Jack cheese, dipped in a healthy Ranch style sauce. Just be sure to wring out as much water from the zucchini as you can. Zucchini has a high water content so this step is important to prevent the tots from getting soggy. After forming the mixture into tater tot shapes, simply spray them with olive oil and pop them in the oven. After about 20 minutes, they’ll be puffed up and ready to be devoured! — posted by Jeff’sRecipeBox
Spicy Buffalo Chicken Wraps
Buffalo Wraps made with pre-cooked shredded chicken. — posted by ahilburn
Tempura Bowl Recipes
Watching video here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5xM75X2x_Q — posted by janettpena1990
20 Minute Rosemary -Lemon Chicken
one skillet meal. — posted by Charlene M.
170 g serving is 64.6 carbs — posted by Charlene M.
KFC KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN WITH 11 SPECIAL SEASONINGS
A relative of Colonel Harland Sanders inherited a family photo album and found well hidden the recipe for the secret 11 spices. KFC denies it is correct, although relative says it is. It’s been taste tested and compared to the KFC restaurant’s chicken and it is spot on. Prep time includes soaking and sitting time of chicken. — posted by Southern Lady
Usually made only by the finest of chefs, water is a delicious dietary form of cuisine. It is a sugar-free water. — posted by kelseywu04
Supposedly the Original Recipe that was accidentally shared by the nephew of Col. Sanders in 2016 with a Chicago Tribune reporter. — posted by az_garden2007
Meat Pie — posted by Warren
Stuffed Spinach Chicken
Stuffed Spinach Chicken, won over my families heart. creamy filling, juicy tender chicken. — posted by April N.
Pasta With Salmon Caviar
http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/pasta-salmon-caviar — posted by Mike McCarthy
Homemade Peanut Butter
This is how I have been making peanut butter for years. It is incredibly easy and cheap. And it is not oily like most ‘natural’ peanut butters because it is “whipped” instead of just ground. The lecithin in the peanuts emulsifies the oil so that it is light and fluffy, and does not separate. If you use unsalted peanuts, add a pinch of salt (grind for better distribution). Also, use plain roasted and check the ingredients; some dry roasted have a lot of strange ingredients (e.g. garlic powder, torula yeast, etc.) which will make it taste weird. I found that cookies and cakes made with this have a stronger flavor, probably because it is not as diluted with oil. The amount of oil needed might vary, depending on how “dry” the peanuts are, but it is usually 2T for this recipe. Do not use more than this recipe at a time, or it will be too much and too heavy to properly whip. The food processor is easier to clean if you add frozen bananas, berries, and milk to make a smoothie out of. — posted by FunCook
Prawn and Chorizo Fried Rice
Very simple and easy fried rice dish that packs loads of flavour with minimal effort!! — posted by Project live cook
Sausage and Mushroom Gnocchi