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an adaptation and simplification of a friend's recipe. the sauce is good with a lot of different vegetables, but i like it best with asparagus. this amount will (probably) leave you with some extra to experiment with. adjust the amount of curry powder
truly outstanding! try this omelet if you want something a bit different than the usual, you will be glad you did. tip: i use frozen asparagus spears that i lightly steam along with the fresh mushrooms in the microwave.
i love breaded chicken, but i don't like the fat and calories of it fried. i came up with this from 7 different recipes from recipezaar, pulling what i liked out of them. i made this for my niece and nephew and they loved it!
basically a turbo-charged teriyaki marinade, this recipe does wonders for salmon, chops, chicken and steak on the grill, but works on the stovetop and in the oven as well. the longer you marinate the better, though i've found that it's also great if simp
this is a blue-ribbon award-winning recipe that my husband cut out of our local newspaper from a recipe contest. i have not made it yet, but i will as soon as i can because dd loves pumpkin pie! here's what the author, debbie grandits, says about it,
these reduced sugar individual desserts are a cross between a souffle and a cake because they have the lightness of a souffle with a little more stability. save the extra cake mix to make these over and over, or to try some other flavors.
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