|500 Main Courses|
|by Jenni Fleetwood|
Best-ever dishes for family meals, quick suppers, dinner parties and special events, shown in more than 500 tempting photographs.
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Serve this main-dish cobb salad ... Protein 13g; Vitamin A 60%DV*; Vitamin C 60%DV; Calcium 15%DV; Iron 20%DV; Folate 45%DV; Potassium 21%DV * Daily Value e
Blend sauce ingredients. Set aside. Drain canned fruit. Wash, hull and thickly slice strawberries. In a large bowl add strawberries to sliced ...
Place the zucchini in a colander and toss it with salt. Set it aside to drain for at least 15 minutes. Then press the zucchini against the sides of ...
Mix first 10 ingredients together and chill. Combine mayonnaise, Italian dressing, pepper and marjoram together and mix well. Put pasta on lettuce ...
Combine all the above and serve. Can be heated in oven if need be.
Prepare pie crust is optional. Beat eggs then add all other ingredients. Pour into 10 inch pie dish (with or without crust). Sprinkle with Parmesan ...
In mixing bowl, ... Reduce heat to low. Add meatballs, ... heat. Serve as main dish with rice, ... Makes 6 main dish servings or 12 to 15 appetizer servings.
Cook rice and ... Set crock on low. Cook 6-9 ... approximately 1 hour. Serve with dinner rolls or cornbread. Freezes great! (A great meal for daily bread.)
Cut the potatoes ... and cook on low heat. Add clams ... pot. When your guests come, add clam juice, one bottle and cover. Makes 4 to 6 bowls or 20 cups.
Mix beef and ... thick. Serve. Makes 30-36 meatballs. May be made as a main dish and served over hot rice or chow mein noodles. Serves 6 as a main dish.
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