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    This is a great comfort meal that freezes well.

    Recipe #254531

    A very moist cake with a lot of lemon flavor. Cake is similar to pound cake. A great cake to serve to company.

    Recipe #253210

    I got this recipe from my Husband's family. It's an easy way to jazz up the usual rice. Cook time is estimated, and doesn't take cooking the rice into consideration.

    Recipe #239832

    I love this bread, it's easy to make. It is soft on the inside and crusty on the outside.

    Recipe #239718

    This recipe is something I make often for my toddler who has allergies, so quick and easy! It doesn't require eggs like most meatballs. When making it for my son, I use the smaller amounts of sweet chili and green onion. I also use homemade bread crumbs from French bread, because of his allergies.I have even skipped the breadcrumbs completely and it worked. We make it as a snack or serve with rice and veggies for dinner. This recipe can be frozen. It easily doubles if you want to take it to a potluck or serve as an appy at a party. Serve with a side of sweet chili sauce to dip, or ketchup for crazy kids like my DS. ;)

    Recipe #235423

    This recipe comes out of the Hare Krishna cookbook, The Higher Taste. I took a short cut and used organic tomato sauce from a jar instead of making my own. Of course home made is best. I also baked the Kofta balls instead of frying them in butter. I am only including the recipe for the Kofta Balls. I have changed some of the ingredients to suit my tastes. I didn't add any binder to this as the mixture was moist enough without it. Traditionally these Kofta balls are put over spaghetti, but I put them over Quinoa for something a little different.

    Recipe #227533

    This spicy green is one of my favorites to toss on a salad, and I was craving something warm, so I decided to try sauteeing it in a healthy way--no oil! In just a couple minutes, I had a great warm topping to cover my lettuce and serve with other toppings. **Note: I am updating the recipe, as I think it deserves higher than the two stars it has gotten :( I have problems with onions (or my stomach thinks it does!), so I don't use them, but for those of you out there who want onions in the arugula, go for it! Here's a revised version of how to make the arugula, a bit more calorie-rich, but I'm sure many will find the taste improved. (Just for the record, I still like the greens without the onion and oil added, but I'm used to a blander diet.) Additional note: the original recipe, without the oil, onions and garlic, was 11 calories; I wouldn't worry about the onions and garlic, but you could definitely leave out the oil if you didn't want to add those extra calories.

    Recipe #218843

    This is the best version I've tried. From Allrecipes.com.

    Recipe #191671

    My Vietnamese fiancé absolutely loves Chao Ga. He and I edited a version we got to make it easier for our family. It's a thick rice soup. The rice gets soft and it's very comforting when sick. You can use just long grain white rice if you do not have glutinous rice. It's a great way to use leftover chicken, and sometimes I poach an egg on top after the rice has cooked to have more of a comforting feel. Sometimes you need to add more chicken stock to keep it soupy, so I check it a couple times while cooking. You can garnished with a couple of sliced Polygonum leaves, but I don't have them so I skip that part.

    Recipe #183829

    1 Reviews |  By Veghead

    As published in Raley's Something Extra magazine.

    Recipe #254316

    A different twist to stuffed peppers. A very flavorful sauce that is very easy to make.

    Recipe #254135

    Adapted from Donna Hay

    Recipe #253915

    A very sweet, moist muffin. It tastes a lot like carrot cake. You could even frost this with cream cheese frosting for more of a dessert muffin.

    Recipe #253215

    This is my version of this wonderful recipe. The original uses boneless chicken thighs and the portion is doubled.

    Recipe #253129

    This is great for having a taste of the holidays anytime of year. Its healthy - to boot! Originally found in the Quaker Oat recipe book.

    Recipe #252149

    I wanted to use up some frozen cherries I had and thought a chocolate cherry cobbler sounded nice. However, all the recipes I found were loaded with butter or were made with mixes. I finagled with a couple different recipes until I came up with this, a lighter calorie cobbler, so easy to make, and has a rich chocolate taste!

    Recipe #245114

    This is my version of Recipe #143286 - it is very yummy and you'd never know it is a vegan dish.

    Recipe #242139

    This is a sticky, sweet rice, I got from my husband's family. It can be molded and then sliced to serve. It seems like a long process, but it's not that bad. I omit the peanuts because of my son's allergies. As commented by Elmotoo, you can add the syrup in stages until you get the desired consistency. (Thanks Elmo!)

    Recipe #239840

    A spicy, tangy, delicious, healthy, single serving recipe. I rarely use the exact measurements and it always turns out!

    Recipe #239048

    I acquired this recipe from a long time friend Mike Leahy from Canada. He suggests you use cooking apples (such as Mackintosh) for this recipe.

    Recipe #234735

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