Better Homes and Gardens September 2007 Recipes
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Bonanza Bean Dip
Lime-and-jalapeno-spiced guacamole adds a hidden kick to this time-tested favorite. Don't forget seasoned chips or baked tortillas for digging in.
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Chili Sour Cream Dip
In just minutes, stir up this travel-friendly chili-and-salsa-based dip. Try it with vegetables for an on-the-go treat, or serve at home with chips or on a burger.
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Zesty Chicken Wrap
This unbeatable meal lineup includes tortillas filled with lime-marinated chicken tenders and homemade tomato-mango salsa.
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Artichoke and Pepper Toasts
Toasted baguette slices perfectly complement this garlicky cheese spread. Have plenty of slices on hand -- guests will be tempted to double-dip.
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Peach and Pound Cake Sandwiches
Top a buttery homemade pound cake with peaches, caramel, and a schmear of lemon butter. Add flair with sliced fruit such as pears or strawberries.
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This crusty Italian favorite will impress anytime. Serve it as a midday treat or as a convenient main dish.
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Greens, Eggs, and Ham Sandwich
More appealing than Dr. Seuss' version, this savory sandwich makes the most of quality ingredients. Try adding a dash of water to the eggs and covering to cook them more evenly.
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Shrimp Po' Boy
Consider this sweet and spicy make-ahead for lunch. Just remember, overstuffing is the key to authenticity for this Southern sandwich.
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Pepper and Onion Hot Beef Sandwiches
Made with convenient precooked pot roast, these sandwiches and a quick side salad create a no-fuss, hearty dinner.
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Chili Corn Snack Mix
Reach for this guiltless, crunchy mix to tackle mid-afternoon hunger. Its combination of hearty cereal and dried fruit will satisfy your sweet tooth and hold you over until supper.
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Peanut Butter-Banana Trifles
Yogurt and honey rev up this classic duo for a sweet snack that's ready in only 10 minutes. Cut prep time in half by making (and chilling) the yogurt mixture for up to 24 hours.
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Even if you don't have time for a two-hour matinee, a few handfuls of this low-fat treat will spice up your next snack break.
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Easy Italian Mac
It may not involve the microwave, but preparing this cheesy pasta is surprisingly simple. Add sophistication with farfalle, asparagus, and mascarpone cheese.
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Salmon, Apples, and Fennel
Make the most of apples by adding thin wedges to salmon fillets.
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Sweet Apple Gazpacho
Serve this soup as a refreshing dessert. Tangy Granny Smith apples add their signature zest to this sweet and spicy flavor medley.
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Chicken Fajita Pasta
Fresh peppers and Southwestern spices make this easy pasta toss a hit.
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