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from The Recipe Rebel

Grandma's Sour Cream Sugar Cookies

These Sour Cream Sugar Cookies are soft and fluffy with just the right amount of sweetness — they’re perfect with or without frosting and make a great freezer-friendly holiday cookie!

from The Recipe Rebel

Grandma's Sour Cream Sugar Cookies

These Sour Cream Sugar Cookies are soft and fluffy with just the right amount of sweetness -- they're perfect with or without frosting and make a great freezer-friendly holiday cookie!

from Plain Chicken

The Ultimate White Chicken Chili

The Ultimate White Chicken Chili - the BEST of the BEST White Chicken Chilis! SO good and ready to eat in under 20 minutes! Rotisserie chicken, white beans, corn, green chilies, chicken broth, onion, garlic, cumin, chili powder, half-and-half, pepper jack cheese. Top with some sour cream and extra cheese. Makes a ton. Freeze leftovers for a quick meal later.

from The Woks of Life

Sweet and Sour Pork

Sweet and Sour Pork Recipe by the Woks of Life

This dish is a low carb, tasty and easy to make, it’s overall flavor is sweet and sour and let’s face it… it doesn’t hurt the eyes to look at. I’ve used a lean meat on…

from The Best Blog Recipes

Vanilla Bean Cheesecake

This Vanilla Bean Cheesecake recipe from Willow Bird Baking is a vanilla lover’s dream come true! With it’s buttery macadamia nut crust, creamy vanilla bean cheesecake, tangy sour cream topping, and fluffy vanilla bean whipped cream mousse watch out — because everyone will come back for seconds!

from Cooking for Keeps

Sweet and Sour Baked Salmon

Sweet and Sour Baked Salmon - An easy, 30 minute dinner that's healthy and SO delicious!

from NYT Cooking

Fragrant Thai-Style Clams in Coconut Broth

The classic, highly aromatic Thai seasoning for seafood includes lemongrass, galangal, lime leaf, hot pepper and coconut milk. Spicy and refreshing, the bright-tasting broth is a mix of sweet, salty, sour and herbaceous. You may substitute mussels or prawns for the clams. (Photo: Karsten Moran for The New York Times)