• Carrots au Gratin

    December 2, 2013teresaambra

    Delicious carrot casserole uses carrots in a rich cream sauce with green onions, cheddar cheese and a Corn Flake crumb topping.

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  • Hungarian Goulash

    September 16, 2012teresaambra

    Hungarian Goulash is a fabulous old-world recipe with stew beef, tomatoes, peppers, onions, garlic, paprika, marjoram and caraway seeds. It’s served over noodles. It’s terrific for weeknight suppers.

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  • Creamy Scalloped Potatoes and Ham

    July 21, 2012teresaambra

    This lovely casserole is such a creamy and wonderful way to prepare scalloped potatoes. Adding ham makes it a wonderful main dish option. It’s terrific for company or family dinners and a great way to use up leftover ham from the holidays. Serve it on cold, dreary winter days to warm up your family.

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  • Chicken Fricassee with Herb Dumplings

    July 20, 2012teresaambra

    Delicious fricasseed chicken main dish recipe with homemade gravy and dumplings. This is fabulous southern comfort food at its best! It’s perfect for family dinners and when you want a stick-to-the-ribs meal everyone loves.

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  • Corn Pudding

    June 24, 2012teresaambra

    Spectacular corn casserole recipe with a souffle-type texture. Quick, easy and great for holiday entertaining.

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  • Squash and Apple Bake

    June 19, 2012teresaambra

    This amazing casserole is filled with butternut squash and apple slices and glazed with a cinnamon-brown sugar streusel mixture. It bakes up to perfection and is wonderful as a holiday side dish.

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  • Sweet Potato Casserole

    June 19, 2012teresaambra

    This delicious Sweet Potato Casserole is like a Sweet Potato Souffle with a rich, decadent praline-streusel topping. Great for holiday baking.

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  • Carrot Souffle

    June 18, 2012teresaambra

    You will never guess it’s carrots in this wonderful souffle. You will think it’s sweet potatoes or butternut squash–but not carrots! Quick and easy. Boiling the carrots is what takes the most time in this recipe!

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