this is a gatorbek original - i don't know if i've ever seen a quesadilla recipe that uses cottage cheese, but my whole family loves this one! just watch how much you spoon in to the tortillas, because you don't want it running out the sides if you can help it. you may have some filling left over, but if i remember, it usually comes out about right. if you want to spice it up, feel free to add some diced jalapeno or habenero - i usually just let the sauce add the zip because of the kids. this is great as an appetizer or a main dish. serve with recipe #289407, maybe some guac and a dollop of sour cream. **as with many of my recipes, the amounts are approximate - i just chop and dump in the pan. if the directions are in any way unclear, please z-mail me... i hesitated to post this one because it exists in my recipe box as a jot list of ingredients and nothing more. hope it made it out of my head clearly!
jump on board the "almost home-made" bandwagon! it's where you take a store-bought dish and add to it to make it better or different from what it was intended. i take this dish to potlucks and get rave reviews. i also use it to make wraps with leftover me
my aunt florence made the most wonderful waffles! here is her 'secret' recipe, complete with her notes as follows: "these are the ingredients for one egg, and this amount makes two large square waffles. if you make more batter, and have any left over, you
good friends introduced us to avocado surprise in puerto penasco so this is my take on it. i used recipe#17293 to cook the shrimp. could be an appetizer or summer luncheon dish. preparation includes 1 hour to chill. you could also make the shrimp sala
all the traditional ingredients of everybody's favorite italian chicken dish--but this easier version is baked instead of simmered on top of the stove. serve with spaghetti, rice, mashed potatoes or crusty bread for mopping up the sauce. from ladie's hom
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