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*Elaine*
I love this dish! I could eat this once every week for the rest of my life. The extra effort it takes to assemble this dish is well worth it. You can halve this recipe, or cook in two separate 9 inch square pans. Any way you prepare it, this dish will definitely be a hit.
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MechanicalJen
Blackened veggies and salsas make me think summer! Found in Pampered Chef's "Cooking for Two or More". What a lovely recipe, which sounds much more complicated than it actually is! The salsa makes the dish.
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Skypoodle
This is a method more than a recipe. It is hard to fix prime rib for two, but this method allows the meat to brown nicely, and remain rare in the center when you carve it. You also have the added bonus of Baked Potatoes for your side dish! This recipe came from Sunset Books "Cooking for Two... or Just for You."
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Jan-Luv's2Cook
Really creamy and filling pasta dish that doesn't really need anything else with it - except a glass or two of wine! You don't have to use fresh spaghetti - dried will be fine but I think fresh is better if you have it. The cooking time will be longer if you use dried. See the pack instructions for how long to cook Serves two very hungry people!
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howiej
This salad can be a main dish or side dish. I cooked it as a side dish doubling the recipe, for a family holiday meal. I believe everyone liked it, and I know I especially loved it. But if you don't like brussels sprouts or root veggies, you won't like it. I didn't try it with the radicchio leaves. This recipe comes from Frances Price's Healthy Cooking for Two (Or Just You).
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Never too late to learn!!!
Colorful, flavorful, and easy to make! I got this recipe from Better Homes and Garden's "Great Cooking for Two." I didn't have cornstarch so I used the same measurement of all-purpose flour, and I skipped the white wine altogether. It was still great!
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Chickee
Based on an old recipe from a packet of oats, I've finally gotten to the point where I can make these perfectly. Keep an eye on them as they cook- I cook them two sheets at a time, but everyone's oven is different so be careful. Take them out when they are a uniform colour.
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For a thicker brown sauce mix the vinegar, soysauce, sesame oil, and orange juice with two teaspoons of corn starch disolved in two tablespoons of cold water and cook for two minutes instead of one, until sauce thickens.Nutr. Assoc. : 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ...
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Leslie in Texas
This is a great side dish with barbeque or fajitas, enchiladas, or burritos. From a July 1985 issue of Bon Appetit in the "Cooking for Two" section. It's part of a menu that featured a Terrific Texas Barbeque and can easily be doubled or tripled.
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Geraldine Grisdale
THIS IS a perfect main dish when you're cooking for two. I've even used these hens as a stand-in for turkey on Thanksgiving Day when the group was not large. I found this recipe among my mother's collection. She was always searching newspapers and magazines for new cooking ideas. --Geraldine Grisdale Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
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duonyte
I adapted this recipe from a now out of print Sunset cookbook, Cooking for Two. I used to buy it and a good chef's knife as a bridal shower present years ago for every wedding. This makes a generous two servings, and can be easily increased.
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Jude #3
This healthy Moroccan tagine is delicious, with chickpeas, sweet potatoes and apricots. Even though I cook for two I make the full amount because, as with many such dishes, the leftovers are scrummy the next day. Originated with WW, developed by me ;) Spices are dried and ground, as tis winter - add more/less of them as pleases you.
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