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so yummy! just throw ingredients together and bake, it's that simple. this is a great dish for cold winter days to warm you up. my mother made this as i was growing up. i have no clue where she got the recipe, but it's a must have in your recipe box!!!
from "tapas", i sometimes serve these for brunch with a thick slice of ham and bread fresh from the oven. if you can't find manchego in your deli please feel free to use a good quality parmesan instead.
from the website superfoodsrx. this recipe is one healthy superstar. it contains at least six superfoods (seven if you count eggs in that list) and adds fiber, ascorbic acid, potassium, polyphenols, protein, magnesium, zinc, copper, selenium, b vitamins,
when i was a little girl this was my favorite but it was many years later that i discovered that it was made with potato. but don't be put off it really is yummy. i haven't actually made this recipe but will do now that i have found it again.
i made these tasty ham steaks for new years day along with hoppin' john and sauteed cabbage. easy, fast and good! for the ham,i could not find the regular large ham steak so i used two 22 oz. packages of hillshire farms brown sugar ham steaks, each packag
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