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Burrito with Enchilada Sauce Recipe
This flavorful baked burrito is assembled from ready-made ingredients. From start to finish, it only takes about 20 minutes to make. The burrito is cooked in the microwave and it is perfect for dorm room cooking or an individual dinner.
Green Pea and Cauliflower Salad Recipe
This Green Pea and Cauliflower Salad Recipe is perfect for cooking quickly in the microwave! Filled with taste and nutrition, this lovely green and white salad can be prepared by an experienced cook or a first year college student in a dorm.
Italian Cucumber Salad Recipe
Cucumbers have a delicate taste that can easily assume other flavors. This recipe uses the flavors of Italy to make a salad that goes with many different types of sandwiches.
Peanut Butter Sandwich Ideas
What do you like on your peanut butter sandwich? Is it the classic grape jelly and white bread? That´s always a tasty combination. The ideas here will give you a chance to take your peanut butter sandwich in a completely different direction. Accept the challenge and enjoy your sandwich adventure!
Roast Beef Saucy Sandwich Recipe
What do you do when you are too tired to cook? These quick and easy sandwiches are just the thing! Add a salad or soup, and it´s a complete meal. I have also included a short review of Sara Lee and Di Lusso roast beef products.
Rotisserie Chicken Sandwiches Recipes
When the weather heats up, how do you get good nutrition? A rotisserie chicken can be a bargain. With this fully cooked meat, you can make many different chicken dishes, including some delicious sandwiches.
Three Sisters Corn Bean Salad Recipe
Three Sisters Corn Bean Salad is a versatile addition to any sandwich meal. Use it alone as a side dish. Top a lettuce salad with this tasty salad to serve with a delicious sandwich. You can also wrap it up in a tortilla!
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