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I'd like to sample these-they look wonderful! Unique with the lemon slices!
Dang I'm hungry.
Pepper Jack Chicken: Just assemble & bake (or freeze for later). Change the cheese to sliced cheddar or Swiss to suit your taste.
I like to cut the chicken into bite sized pieces so that it's easier to eat!
I like to use chicken broth to make the stovetop...and sometimes double the stuffing. My family thinks it's the best part.
I did this two times I prefer no milk and I put butter on the top.
This recipe is SO good. I was only cooking for two so cut way down on everything but added a thin layer of ham under the cheese. It was like delish chicken cordon blue with a twist!!
Fruit Leather Roll-Ups Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network - FoodNetwork.com. use xylitol instead of sugar
Pork and Noodle Stir-Fry from FoodNetwork.com I want to make this. Looks like a great basic recipe, but will add more spices. The reviews said it needed more flavor.
415 calories, 465 mg sodium, 3g fiber, 24 g protein
Chicken Stir-Fry recipe from realsimple.com #myplate #protein #vegetables
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Mmh im drooling!
This is so good! Made it last night!
Was it easy and quick to make?