this is a good week night casserole for the family. one of my friends from back home in nc made this for supper one night and had me and my family over. from than on it was a meal i kept in mind when wanting something made with can tuna.
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i have adapted this recipe from the joy of cooking with a few modifications that have crept in over my many years of making it. it is always a crowd pleaser and it is a breeze to prepare in the food processor. if you don't have a food processor, you can e
found it here: http://manggy.blogspot.com/2007/10/kung-pao-chicken.html and just so happened to have all of the necessary ingredients. i liked this kung pao chicken more than the other similar recipes that i have tried, so i thought i'd post it. don't let
a great alternative salad dressing when following the ww plan.......or not. yield is approximate. original recipes specifies 1 1/2 'packets' splenda but the zaar computer didn't recognize the word 'packets' which i believe are 1 teaspoon each.
this recipe is not for the calorie conscience people. my bestemor used to make these in a waffle maker that she would open with a pickle fork. we wouldn't dare eat them with syrup (as they're sweet enough) however, we would eat them with home made strawbe
this recipe is a little different from others in that it uses worcestershire sauce in the egg mix. we love how it gives the chops a little extra "zing." we usually have this with a green vegetable and potatoes. i've also listed a variation of this reci
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