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    6 Reviews |  By MeliBug

    These are a fun twist to a tostada! They combine yummy margherita pizza with a tostada.

    Recipe #240941

    This recipe is from the October 2006 issue of Cooking Light. It's very tasty! The original recipe calls for using breast halves, drumsticks and thighs. I just used skinned, boneless breasts. Also, used olive oil instead of cooking spray. This is their description - " This flavourful Ethipian-inspired chicken stew uses Berbere, an Ethiopian spice blend. Store extra spice mix covered in a cool, dark place for up to two weeks. Use leftovers on Salmon, flank steak, or chicken for fiery flavour. Serve with basmati rice. **prep time includes marinating time *Additional tip*- MaidinAfrica suggested swirling a bit of plain yogurt on top just before serving so we tried that - it's really good and the contrast of colours swirled together makes for a very pretty presentation!

    Recipe #229398

    Quick & easy - the secret is to slice the veges as finely as you can. Chilli is obviously to taste!

    Recipe #186939

    Are you in love with the ol' fashioned grilled cheese sandwich? AND cranberries? Well, how about the two in combo! Found in The Joy of Cranberries: The Tangy Red Treat cookbook!

    Recipe #304266

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Truffles are found under oak and chestnut trees in Italy and France. Even here in America! They are earthy, pungent, garlicy, robust, savory. They are to be used sparingly. Truffles are to be stored in the refrigerator cover with raw rice 3 days. Being so expensive I'd save this dish for those you really love and use sparingly. What the heck just go for it.

    Recipe #98991

    10 Reviews |  By lazyme

    A delicious risotto that is especially great with seafood. The prep is easy, but as with any risotto, you need to spend time stirring.

    Recipe #207756

    Delicious squash combined with nutty rice and tangy goat cheese is a healthy delight, providing a hefty dose of fiber, vitamins A and C, and a little calcium. Serve whole or cut into wedges. This is from Delicious Living magazine, which I get from my health food store. Any good winter squash can be used.

    Recipe #101585

    The easiest way to prepare this sandwich is to buy frozen cooked baby shrimp. Defrost them in the refrigerator overnight and drain before marinating. The cucumber slices are salted before using to draw out their juices, which would otherwise make the sandwich soggy. By Lucy Waverman for Food and Drink. Cook time is "resting" time for cucumbers.

    Recipe #211407

    For those that must sauce their filet but are not willing to sacrifice their good wine, this recipe is amazing. I would venture to say that it will meet, if not rival, your favorite restaurant's offerings. My recipe calls for cracked black pepper, but I also like to use coarsely chopped peppercorns as an alternative. Additionally, substituting toasted fennel seeds for the rosemary works very well. Cooking time is approximate.

    Recipe #177488

    3 Reviews |  By chen

    Primo: First course

    Recipe #213672

    Easy 5 minute prep; 34 minute cook time! Needs Special equipment: 4 (1 1/2-cup) oven-proof ramekins

    Recipe #296962

    Classic beef tenderloin covered with herbs and served with sour cream mustard sauce. See note for other ideas of how to serve any leftover meat. Courtesy of BHG.

    Recipe #292058

    6 Reviews |  By KandB

    This is a great dish we have at a local chinese restaurant that I came home and played with. They're an excellent side dish. I store some thai peppers in oil that I use in place of the olive oil but regular olive oil is fine. This recipe is great if you cube up a chicken breast into 1/2" cubes and add it also.

    Recipe #278215

    I just love this oatmeal and eat it almost every day. You can sprinkle it with some chopped nuts or seeds but then it won't be core.

    Recipe #219033

    If you read through my recipes you will find a number of recipes using lentils. Over the past year or so of eating a healthier diet I have come to know and enjoy lentils a great deal. So, when I see a new recipe involving lentils I like to add it to my collection. This one I found in the Winter 2008 version of the BBC Easy Cook magazine. The recipe says that it is able to be frozen.

    Recipe #292658

    9 Reviews |  By c.walsh

    Way better than buffalo wings, and lower in fat! Sooo quick and easy, too! Shrimp are sauteed right in the buffalo sauce for optimum flavor, rather than deep fried. Adjust hot sauce amounts to suit your taste, and a dash or so of your favorite BBQ sauce added will mellow it if you'd like it milder. Below is a medium spicy recipe.

    Recipe #290058

    The ponzu sauce from this recipe is fantastic on any seafood. The sauce recipe makes 1 cup

    Recipe #61940

    Found this in Gourmet magazine. Sounds very good! Tahini is a middle Eastern sesame paste.

    Recipe #115969

    A variation of prawns in white wine sauce. Decided to experiment with leftover vodka from a Xmas party, and they were gobbled up pretty soon enough!

    Recipe #287004

    I make this jam when freestone peaches are available because the entire jam making process is much easier and quicker when the stone slides out of the fruit when you halve the fruit. Heat a large pot of boiling water and dip your whole peaches in them for a quick peeling method. 8 cups of peaches is around 11 large peaches. Chop the fruit about the size of a pair of dice. This is absoulutely the best peach jam I have ever made.

    Recipe #169363

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