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Chicken Cordon Bleu Pasta Casserole

This Easy Chicken Cordon Bleu Pasta Casserole is sure to become one of your family favorites. It combines tender chicken, sweet ham, Swiss cheese, rigatoni pasta and a perfect blend of spices all in a cream sauce topped with fresh ground croutons.

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from TidyMom

Chicken Cordon Bleu Pasta Bake

Creamy pasta, melty swiss cheese, chicken, ham all under a a crunchy topping makes this easy Chicken Cordon Bleu Pasta Bake a family favorite.

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from Inside BruCrew Life

Meat Lover’s Pizza Skillet Ravioli

Easy Meat Lover’s Pizza Skillet Ravioli ~ Loaded with meat and cheese and can be…

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PÁSZKA-GOMBÓC (MATZO DUMPLINGS; Literally: PASSOVER DUMPLINGS) -- Despite repeated persecution, Jews have been intertwined in Hungarian culture for centuries. This can especially be seen in parts of Hungary's cuisine. -- You can buy matzos in any major grocery store's kosher section. -- These dumplings are great for recovering invalids. -- Mother cut this recipe out of a Hungarian language newspaper sometime shortly after we arrived in the US (1957).

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from GastroSenses

Easy Beef Belyashi

I can’t TELL you how absurdly good these easy beef belyashi are! Soft on the inside with a crispy outer shell and incredibly flavorful juicy meat filling.

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CITROMOS RAGULEVES (LEMONY RAGOUT/LEMONY STEW) -- The more different types of meat included in the soup, the tastier it will be. The ideal mix: poultry (giblets, liver, necks, etc.), pork bones, & beef. -- Mother cut this recipe out of a Hungarian language newspaper sometime after we arrived in the US (1957). From the clothing styles on the page, I would say it was in the early 1960s.

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TAVASZI LEVES (SPRING SOUP) -- Mother cut this recipe out of a Hungarian language newspaper sometime after we arrived in the US (1957). From the clothing styles on the page, I would say it was in the early 1960s.

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ZELLERKRÉMLEVES (CREAM OF CELERY SOUP) -- Mother cut this recipe out of a Hungarian language newspaper sometime after we arrived in the US (1957). From the clothing styles on the page, I would say it was in the early 1960s.

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HÚSGOMBÓC LEVES (MEATBALL SOUP) -- Mother cut this recipe out of a Hungarian language newspaper sometime after we arrived in the US (1957). From the clothing styles on the page, I would say it was in the early 1960s.

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