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Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Is there anything better than homemade Ice Cream? You don’t need rock salt and large Ice Cream makers anymore. Now they have small, electric Ice Cream makers that are so easy to use. However, you don’t have to have an Ice Cream maker to make Ice Cream. Click on my link below to learn how to make Ice Cream either […]

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Cast Iron Skillet Cornbread

Whether you make Cornbread in a Cast Iron Pan, bread pan or a regular cupcake pan they are delicious! I created this cornbread recipe using Greek yogurt and it is so moist! As you can see they turn out perfect no matter which cast iron pan I used. Click on the link below to see the step by step directions […]

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Crab Meat Frittata

This was absolutely delicious!!! Making eggs this way was the best tasting eggs I have ever had. You can make this with imitation Crab Meat or real Crab Meat. What a wonderful meal for breakfast, lunch or supper. This is low in calories but high in flavor. Source: Favorite Band Name Country Christmas   Ingredients   In a large oven […]

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Stuffed Mushrooms

I made these Stuffed Mushrooms different from any I have ever had before. I decided to put a surprise inside. Stuffed Mushrooms are a great appetizer, snack or even delicious served with a meal. These turned out better than I could have imagined! Click on the link below to view my step by step directions with pictures and the printable […]

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Sausage & Cheese Taco Pasta

I love the taste of taco seasoning so I used it to create this amazing Sausage & Cheese Taco Pasta. I added medium salsa to kick the heat up a bit and add even more flavor but you can use mild, medium or hot salsa in this recipe.   Ingredients   Place the sausage and the onion into a large […]

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Candlestick Salad

This is definitely the strangest Mennonite recipe I have ever made! This recipe came from a Mennonite cookbook that I received for Christmas and it really was very tasty. Have you ever heard of this recipe before? From what I have read it may have originated in the 1920’s. If you know any history about this recipe please leave me a […]

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Pasta Salad

I love this recipe because it can be made the day before you need it then just add the dressing about an hour before you serve it. It is a fabulous potluck, picnic, family or entertaining pasta salad. Click on the link below for the printable recipe card.. https://indianeskitchen.com/2017/04/19/pasta-salad

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Rice and Beef Stew

What a delicious Rice and Beef Stew this turned out to be! This tasted as good as it looks, was very easy to make and a great way to use up left over rice. A nice hearty dish for the winter or any time of the year! This recipe serves four nice size servings. Source: Adapted from Favorite Brand Name […]

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Oven Roasted Chicken

What a great family meal you will have when you bake this delicious Oven Roasted Chicken. I wanted to bottle up the amazing aroma in our house while this was baking. This was easy to prepare, so moist and the flavor was fantastic! Click on the link below for the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe […]

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2019 Happy New Year

I want to wish all of my followers a Happy New Year! If 2019 turns out anything like 2018 did, it will be a wonderful year. I have met the most wonderful cyber friends and read your amazing blogs! You have shown me so many amazing photos, recipes, wildlife, book reviews, make up reviews, fashion, history……well just about everything! Awesome […]

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Breakfast Sausage & Egg Pizza

Is there a better combination than crescent rolls covered in sausage, egg and cheese? Not in my book there’s not! My cousin asked me for a recipe for a breakfast potluck and I couldn’t think of a better one than this! Click on the link below for the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card. https://indianeskitchen.com/2017/08/09/breakfast-sausage-egg-pizza

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Poor Mans Chow Mein

Poor Mans Chow Mein has been around for years. An inexpensive meal that will feed a family. A hearty casserole with ground beef, rice, celery and onions. This has an amazing taste and is a complete meal in one dish. Anyone can make this simple and delicious recipe and it is sure to please! Click on the link below for […]

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Stuffed Shells

Pasta shells filled with sausage and stuffing, covered with sauce and topped with cheese! This has been a favorite of mine since I started living on my own. An easy dish even for a beginner cook. What a hearty and delicious meal and one you will want to save! Click on the link below for the step by step directions […]

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Spiced Roasted Carrots

What a fabulous taste these Spiced Roasted Carrots have. They are so simple to make and a great addition to any meal. So much better than opening a can of vegetables. Click on the link below for step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card. https://indianeskitchen.com/2017/12/24/spice-roasted-carrots

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Sriracha Spread or Dip

Have you ever had the Sriracha dip for chicken nuggets at Wendy’s? I love it and always put it on my chicken sandwich so I decided to make my own. With only two ingredients you can whip this up in just a minute. Click on the link below for the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe […]

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Golden Kolacky Cookies

  Merry Christmas! I had time to bake one last cookie. There is only four ingredients in these Golden Kolacky Cookies and they tasted like they came from a bakery! This recipe doesn’t make a lot and the fruit preserves add a nice variety to my cookie tray. What is fascinating about this recipe is that there isn’t any added […]

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Chesapeake Crab Strata

I had never tasted Chesapeake Crab Strata before. I had a 1# can of crab sitting in my refrigerator just screaming to be used. This is another very easy recipe to prepare and a great dish for the holidays especially if you are having guests. However, I wasn’t sure if it would taste as good as it sounded so I […]

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