Chicken Spaghetti | MrFood.com

Wait until your gang dishes up a helping of this hearty Chicken Spaghetti onto their plates. Chock full of chopped rotisserie chicken and veggies, and swimming in a flavorful homemade tomato sauce, topped off with cheese, it’s a winner.
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Hot Dogs with Chili Sauce | MrFood.com

Hot dog suppers are often big fundraisers in the South. Once you try this version of Hot Dogs with Chili Sauce, you’ll see why they’re so popular! This hot dog chili recipe is one of our favorite summer recipes, especially when paired with your favo
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Beef/Hot-Dogs-with-Chili-Sauce-652

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Down-Home Shredded Pork | MrFood.com

Who would’ve thought that with just 4 ingredients you can make the tastiest shredded pork ever, and right in your slow cooker, too! Our Down-Home Shredded Pork gets it’s special flavor from a combination of BBQ sauce and root beer, and when ya slow c
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Slow-Cooker-Recipes/Down-Home-Shredded-Pork-EDR

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Zesty Flank Steak Salad | MrFood.com

This flavor-packed marinade makes our recipe for flank steak a grilling favorite. Juicy, tender thin slices of steak dress up crisp romaine lettuce and a few go-alongs to make our Greek-style version of a Zesty Flank Steak Salad.
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Green-Salads/Zesty-Flank-Steak-Salad

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Herb Butter Roasted Turkey | MrFood.com

They’ll be asking for more turkey once they get a taste of this extra-juicy and buttery rich Herb Butter Roasted Turkey. The trick is in stuffing your seasoned butter under the skin and slathering it on top, too!
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Turkey-Misc-Poultry/Herb-Butter-Roasted-Turkey

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Slow Cooker Bourbon Chicken | MrFood.com

If you’ve never been able to walk past the food court without sampling the flavorful chicken bourbon bites, then you’re going to love this recipe for Slow Cooker Bourbon Chicken. Juicy chicken thighs are slow cooked in a homemade bourbon sauce.
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Chicken/Slow-Cooker-Bourbon-Chicken-MF

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One Bowl Chocolate Chunk Chai Banana Muffins. – Half Baked Harvest

The best and (easiest) One Bowl Chocolate Chunk Chai Banana Muffins …pantry staple ingredients, super quick to mix up, healthy…ish, and SO DELICIOUS!
— Read on www.halfbakedharvest.com/one-bowl-chocolate-chunk-chai-banana-muffins/

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139 Uszka, tiny dumplings that are love.

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Uszka with clear barszcz (beetroot soup) is the stuff that many Poles look forward to on Christmas Eve. What are uszka? Translated into English, ‘uszka’ mean ‘little ears’, not an especially appetising description of these lovable dumplings, I’d say.

Uszka are tiny dumplings filled with wild mushrooms, that are traditionally eaten with clear beetroot soup on Christmas Eve’s dinner (Wigilia) in Poland. The sweet, velvety taste of beetroots highlights the earthy, deep flavour of wild mushrooms in a way that is quite unforgettable.

Uszka with barszcz.

I see uszka as an act of love. Making them is a lengthy and elaborate affair, that starts from preparing the mushroom filling (for which hand-picked wild mushrooms are often used), a few-step process itself, then making a pierogi dough, and finally – wrapping the filling into the thinly-rolled dough, thus creating teeny tiny dumplings that are nothing short of being masterpieces.

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88 Krówki, Polish Milk Fudge

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To be honest, I’ve never thought that fudge can be so good when made at home. And Poland is famous for its fudge. Called krówki in Polish, what literally translates as ‘little cows’, they are a flavour of many childhoods. If you are ever in Poland, I strongly recommend getting some Polish fudge. Your friends will love you for such a sweet souvenir.
I remember once, when I was a child, I must have been 10 or 11, my Mum said she’d show us what sweets she used to eat when she was little. She said that chocolate was not easily available in the times of Polish People’s Republic, so people were mastering the art of creating something from (almost) nothing. Since the shops were empty most of the time and shopping required queuing for hours just to get sugar, meat or other (now taken for granted and widely available) groceries, one must have…

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