These are recipes that I have made, and reviewed. When I pick out a recipe, I make sure that I like everything in it. If there's an ingredient I don't like, I make sure that I can replace or remove it without changing the basic recipe. That way, I don't give a bad review for something that I changed. So, go through these, and enjoy!
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Using the correct product it makes a lovely pudding pie filling. If you are unsure of tofu or have not worked with it or want to try it, please feel free to visit our Vegetarian forum on zaar. You will get some wonderful information
I used pork for this recipe but you could also use chicken or turkey. It was a quick and easy recipe I found in the Canadian Living Magazine. The important thing is the kids loved it, and inexpensive to make. I used fresh mushrooms as I prefer them over canned. I served it with a side dish of the colored bow tie pasta and peas. I also bought prepared pork schnitzel from the butcher which saves a few steps.
I need to play around with this more to be able to judge the results in all situations. It was from Vegetarian times for the original. Why post it? Because the others like the Moosewood while good isn't good for a specialized low fat diet and the one who has the problem has a chocolate tooth that won't quit. So for special treats such as a birthday, this is a solution. This way you can have your cake and eat it too.
These cookies are made all over the Middle East. Each country and each household has their favourite recipe. The traditional shape is a horse shoe with the 2 ends pinched together and a nut is placed where they meet. I only do that if I am receiving guests or for a special occasion.
This pie gets a lot of mmmmm's. It is two separate layers and looks beautiful when sliced. I make it every year for the holidays and family won't accept anything else. easy easy easy and comes out perfect every time