this was my mom's basic recipe for stuffed peppers that i have significantly altered and chosen to "unstuff". i always found that the sauce didn't permeate the meat when i stuffed it and it wasn't as flavorful. i tried this recipe unstuffed when i had way more meat than peppers but didn't want to waste the meat. i've tweaked and tweaked and came up with this. my husband (the stuffed pepper hater) loves this! it's also the only meal that my 2 and 4 year old ask for 2nd's and 3rd on! to me...it's total delicious comfort food. yes, this isn't traditional stuffed peppers. but i think you may even like this one a lot better! i choose to microwave the green peppers for a bit to ensure they are nice and soft but you may add them to the pot with the meatballs and cook them that way if you choose. this is best served over white rice. hope you enjoy!
i love minestrone and this is a quick version i will be making soon. adapted from taste of home's website and betty claycomb of alverton, pennsylvania jots, "this simple, chunky soup is low in calories, the beef broth's seasoned nicely, while the spinach
made the day before just sprinkle on topping and place in oven. hop in the shower and breakfast is ready. a great way to start any day. baked french toast filled with cheese and blueberries. one of my rsc recipes that i didn't enter. go figure!
my favorite brownie! i've made these with kittencal's chocolate buttercream frosting, and the combo was amazing, though sugar-buzz inducing ;-) from the wonderful cookbook, 'the great american bake sale'.
think you've had buffalo dip before? think again- this gem blows away the competition...creamy with a depth not normally associated with buffalo dip. so easy, makes a ton and with that perfect zip...open the chips and pass the margarita's! recipe court
this is a fun meal from moosewood's lowfat favorites. the cookbook says this makes a lower fat substitute for felafel (which i love) - i don't know about replacing felafel, but these are good for their own sake. i added a bit more spice to the mix than
this is a great, versatile recipe. try subbing the lemon for lime and the blueberries for strawberries... or orange and raspberry... or any other combination you can think of! i like to frost with a simple vanilla buttercream, but a fruit-flavored icing (
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