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Teriyaki Turkey Pie with Sesame Mash

Teriyaki Turkey Pie with Sesame Mash by Hungry Jenny

An Asian inspired pie with a sesame mash hat! You could use rice vinegar, white wine vinegar or sherry instead for the sake, and honey instead of the mirin. This was made in an 8" pie dish and serves 3-4 people. http://hungryjenny.blogspot.com/2010/12/friday-pie-day-teriyaki-turkey-pie-with.html

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Basil-Walnut Pesto

Basil-Walnut Pesto by Chef Feiny www.feintastingfoods.com

To help mix the pesto with the cooked pasta, blend 4 to 6 tablespoons of the pasta cooking water into 1/2 cup pesto before tossing.

2 votes
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Healthy pizza

Healthy pizza by cheyenne urka

I made this for my son and he loved it ! Its a great dish for picky eaters, it is so good they wont notice the healthy things about it !

1 vote
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Tomato-Apricot Chicken

Tomato-Apricot Chicken by raha

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Southwestern Pork BBQ Sauce

Southwestern Pork BBQ Sauce by Patrick Travis

This is my favorite BBQ sauce for pork and beef. Normally one would just make the sauce when they want to grill but since I grill a lot during the summer I find it easier if I make 5 or 6 batches of the dry ingredients at a time. I put each batch in a small plastic cup or bag and store them in the freezer. When I am ready to grill…

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Spicy Orange Rotissere Chicken

Spicy Orange Rotissere Chicken by CiCi

Got home from work one evening and my son asked me to make drumsticks. He loves spicy foods as well so I decided to make his chicken a little bit different and see if he liked it. He did.

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Easy Lasagna

Easy Lasagna by bonniebk

Italian comfort food. Freezes and reheats well.

1 vote
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Gluten Free Moroccan Meatloaf

Gluten Free Moroccan Meatloaf by Gluten Free Chefery

Meatloaf with a kick! You're going to love it!

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Basil Curry Chicken

Basil Curry Chicken by Kyla

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Beef Cutlets Easy

Beef Cutlets Easy by Helenscooking

This recipe is very popular in European countries: in Austria it’s called schnitzel, in the US it’s called a cutlet. We cook cutlets with beef and pork, even with fish and chicken. The main thing the fillet/ or loin has to be thin. It’s a great dish for a weekday dinner, 5-10 minutes to cook if the meat is ready to work with (not…

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