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tiffchow
Very easy-to-make and healthy main course with chicken and sweet roasted grape tomatoes. Takes no time at all and goes great with wild rice and broccolini (as seen in photo above). I only cooked for two, but the left-over tomatoes and chicken were perfect chilled on a salad the next day. Recipe was originally found via Cooking Light.
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Diana #2
Great little loaves to have handy in the freezer for when unexpected, or expected company arrives. This is from the Company's Coming - Cooking for Two cookbook. It's moist, tasty, and very easy to prepare. They say it makes one small 7 x 7 cake, but I baked it in two mini loaf pans for 40 - 45 minutes. Freezes well too. I also tried substituting 1 for 1, whole wheat flour for the all purpose. Not a good idea ;)
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tiffchow
Very easy-to-make and healthy main course with chicken and sweet roasted grape tomatoes. Takes no time at all and goes great with wild rice and broccolini (as seen in photo above). I only cooked for two, but the left-over tomatoes and chicken were perfect chilled on a salad the next day. Recipe was originally found via Cooking Light.
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tiffchow
Very easy-to-make and healthy main course with chicken and sweet roasted grape tomatoes. Takes no time at all and goes great with wild rice and broccolini (as seen in photo above). I only cooked for two, but the left-over tomatoes and chicken were perfect chilled on a salad the next day. Recipe was originally found via Cooking Light.
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Dreamer in Ontario
We're in the midst of a heat wave right now which inspired me to post this recipe. It's from The Colour Book of Cooking for Two. The sweetness of the sultanas complement this refreshing, garlic flavoured soup. I increased the servings for this soup so that I could include it as part of a buffet lunch. I kept it cold by placing the soup tureen (actually a large casserole dish) into a larger container filled with ice.
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Bonnie G #2
Found this in a Cuisine at home "cooking for two" book I bought, made it and LOVE it. Made just enough for DH and I and only used one pan to cook twice, first partially cook sprouts in water then saute in butter. The end result is YUMMY if you like sprouts and really brings out the fresh flavor with a nice bright color. I did saute some onions with mine and liked that.
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Jessica T
Adapted from Betty Crocker's Cooking for Two (2002). Quick, easy recipe. The original recipe only called for sauteing the chicken in butter, so I added a few ingredients to customize it and make the chicken more flavorful. Goes great with steamed green beans and rice. Note: Can substitute orange marmalade or other jams for the apple-butter.
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Pesto lover
Creamy and delicious! This is very quick to make since the shrimp and crab is already cooked. Bay scallops are so small that they cook in two minutes. You can make this with just shrimp or with any combination of the seafood mentioned in the recipe. I sometimes add about 1/4 cup dry white wine before adding the milk and half and half. I let it cook for about 2-3 minutes and then proceed. This dish can be served over pasta and also over rice.
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diner524
Another recipe that I found from Taste of Home, cooking for two. This is what the article says: Oriental meets Mediterranean in this flavorful, sweet-and- spicy marinade from Sarah Vasques of Milford, New Hampshire “The blend of honey and soy sauce really works well with the olive oil and balsamic vinegar,” she notes. Her marinade is also great when grilling New York strip steaks.
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chefmal
The Gods demanded chutney, and so I've been given a culinary epiphany! I really have no idea where this overwhelming compulsion came from, I've never made chutney in my life and I'm not all that fond of pork, all I know is that I needed to make this. It was really good and you'll love it too. I cooked it two ways: Baked and Sauteed. I liked them both for different reasons. Click on the pics for an explaination. It helps if you eat it while listening to "Tangerine" by Jimmy Dorsey. lol
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Pokey in San Antonio, TX
I always cook up two birds for Thanksgiving. One cooked in the oven (see my aluminum football recipe) and one either smoked or fried. This is my smoked recipe. It's not easy, but smoking turkeys is not for the faint of heart. Prep time does not include time spent in the brine. Unless you want turkey jerky, please don't attempt this recipe without brining the bird first-it will be very, very dry.
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Quick Cooking
Find recipes for Almond Bran Muffins and other Course recipes. Get all the best recipes at . Recipe directions: In a bowl, combine the bran, milk, applesauce, butter and almond extract; let stand for 5 minutes. Meanwhile, combine the dry ingredients in a large bowl; stir in egg whites and bran mixture. Fill muffin cups coated with cooking spray two-thirds full.
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