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mama smurf
Found the original recipe in Cooking for Two Magazine by Alice Cibulka. I have added a few ingredients and it is a quick and easy refreshing salad for two! I serve on lettuce leaves or serve on chopped lettuce. This along with some bread makes a light and delicious lunch or dinner. Chill time is cooking time.
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JeannieD.
I found this on the Taste of Home web site. This easy mix is a wonderful substitute for canned cream soups. I only cook for two so when cutting recipes in half I usually end up throwing away half a can of cream soup. This reciepe allows you to make what you need.
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Manami
The cauliflower and the Roquefort just seem to meld together, that the soup is so smooth and warming just like comfort food should taste! You can use mature Cheddar and I suppose any cheese you happen to have handy, will work too. This recipe is taken from How to Cook Book Two, The delia Collection: Soup and Delia's Vegetarian Collection.
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justme #3
This is a different way to prepare green beans instead of just plain old beans. We were pleasantly surprised by the taste, and I would serve it with more of a plain type meat like breaded pork chops, or breaded chicken because it has its own distinctive taste. This came from a 1970's cookbook called "Cooking for Two".
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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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The size of the steak is not important, but the thickness. 3/4 thick steak should be cooked on red-hot charcoal for four minutes on one side, and then turn and cook another two minutes for RARE. If you prefer, Broil them 2"-3" from heat source ... ...
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Sunset FEBRUARY 2003
Notes: You can prepare through step 2 up to 12 hours ahead; cover and chill. To store up to 3 months, freeze until firm, about 2 hours, then pack airtight in bags. To speed up cooking, use two pans and cook two batches at a time.
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rmille6277
Ingredients: Cook about two chicken breast (depending on how much you make) – cut into pieces 2 cans cream of chicken soup – undiluted 1 tube Ritz crackers – crushed 2 tbsp poppy seed 1 stick butter – melted 1 8 oz sour cream DIRECTIONS:Place ...
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Twiggyann
Since there are only two of us in the house (well only 2 humans), I don't like to make desserts because there's SO MUCH. So when I came across this recipe I had to try it. It was delicious and the portions were just perfect for us. From Cooking For Two 2009, America's Test Kitchen
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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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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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mama smurf
Found in the magazine Cooking for Two Spring 2006. Another simple and delicious recipe. I am writing as posted but I generally mince some garlic and a few red pepper flakes (for some zing) and add to the onion when sauting in butter. I also season the fish with a little Old Bay Seasoning and use panko crumbs for the saltines.
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