Top Rated Comfort Food Recipes

Tacos
Growing up taco night always meant Old El Paso with its distinctive Mexican seasoning and "sauce." People always ask, "How can you improve on something perfect?" Well, I suggest experimenting because you miss one hundred percent of the shots you don't take. Potentially, I could create the world's greatest ground beef taco from this week's recipe challenge (likely not). Click here to see the Cozy Comfort Food Recipes story.
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Eggplant Parmigiana with Sausage
This is a classic Italian comfort food dish that is sure to hit the spot on a chilly evening. For the best results, while in the market, make sure to choose large, bulbous Italian eggplants with fewer seeds, toss them in your hand, and select the ones that feel relatively lighter. Look for shiny skins and no soft spots or bruises. See all sausage recipes.
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msmia
There are many Mock mashed potato recipes here: using sour cream, mayonaise, cream cheese, etc... My favorite way to prepare it uses goat cheese, it gives it a tangy flavor that is special. Hope you enjoy my favorite low fat/low calorie comfort food!
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Tantric1
This is absolutely my "go to" recipe for a chilly day that I need some food to stick to everyone's ribs. Add to it that it is super easy.... it is a perfect food. My kids ask for this on a regular basis, regardless of the time of year.
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Sharon123
Easy to make,easier to enjoy! This custard is done when it appears set but still jiggles slightly. The custard will firm up as it cools. Bet you can't just eat a little!
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John DOH
A good meatloaf, served up with gently sauteed onions, "You only Live Once" potatoes, peas and carrots, and of course, the resulting gravy. Uses 2 lbs meat, total. We can just "inhale" a dinner like this! Some "fun" can be had with this recipe by substituting 3 medium or hot Italian sausages (skinned, of course) in lieu of the ground pork.
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Learning the Ropes
This cannot be good for you, but it tastes delicious. I make this occasionally and then I diet.
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Lisa Gay
The ultimate in a rice dish that is very versatile! Moist, creamy, and cheesy. Can be made with shrimp, chicken, hamburger or plain!
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startnover
It's perfect if you are craving rice pudding and have no milk or eggs. I love this, rich and flavorful but it's best if you eat it on the first day.
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BamaKathy
I got this out of a Campbells Soup Cookbook many many years ago, and have adapted it a bit to make it even yummier. Easy to make, Inexpensive, and Comforting! One of my husband's favorites. I make this at least once a week for the last thirty years. Serve with some homemade mashed potatoes.
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KristinV
I am not going to kid anyone, this is not a traditional 'indian curry' but it is creamy, delicious and hits the spot as the cold weather sets in! Want the pre-vegan version? Replace the vegan margarine with butter, the soy milk with cows milk and add in some sausages for Curried Sausages... When making this for my omni-hubby I make it as per the recipe below and he cooks up some sausages to mix through for himself.
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andream
This recipe can turn your day around in just 5 minutes!!!
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