for some reason, folks are afraid to try to make white rice unless it comes pre-packaged in a packet or a box (not bulk). here's a fool-proof recipe that will have you making rice as a side dish three nights a week. i've been making it this way for years and i mostly use basmati rice that i buy in the big bags. however, i also frequently use the cheap, plain white rice that comes in 2 and 3-pound plastic bags and this recipe works just fine.
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chicken, broccoli, carrots, and more in a wonderful lasagne with alfredo sauce. add some provolone in between the layers for added 'italian' flavor! if you use reduced-fat alfredo sauce, and low carb pasta, this will fit into a lite-bleu menu. all lite-bl
while many north americans think of tacos as having crisp, fried shells, authentic mexican tacos are made with soft, fresh corn tortillas. the traditional preparation is the smart choice, as unfried corn tortillas are low in fat and made with whole grains
we do a meatless meal for dinner once a week. i love mexican food, so i created this recipe. this is really easy to change up by using flour tortillas, different kinds of rotel, using more or different cheeses, or green enchilada sauce (verde). i meas
great side dish for a bbq or lunch buffet. this was my mom's neighbor's recipe and i got the same recipe from my friend and neighbor (small world). the ramen noodles add and nice crunch and this is very simple to prepare. you can half the ingredients
with green broccoli, golden cheese and sweet red peppers, this bountiful bake has plenty of eye appeal...and it makes a tasty and satisfying meatless entree or side dish. from the april/may 2003 taste of home's light & tasty magazine.
based on an old recipe from the 50's called american lasagne, this uses simple ingredients that were available in any market. you can use swiss, provolone, or mozzarella cheese. leave out the mushrooms if you don't like them.
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