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    4 Reviews |  By Noo

    I found this in a book called Recipes for a Yummy Tummy....it's really simple and very tasty. I like to add a few chilli flakes to the mix for a little extra heat.

    Recipe #448236

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT8 - India. This recipe was found on Indian Food Forever. I love ginger, this sounds great to me, mixed with lemon and orange juice, yummy. Please note: cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #482278

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT8 - India. This recipe was found on Indian Food Forever. This is a delicious, tempting shake made with almonds and saffron leaves. Please note that the prep time is for the soaking of almonds, while the cooking time is for chilling.

    Recipe #482281

    Nice served with grilled or BBQ'ed steak or chicken.. from Super Food Ideas magazine. June 2012

    Recipe #481418

    From 'Mediterranean Fresh', by Joyce Goldstein. Sounds delicious. Using Farro Wheat which has a nutty taste & texture. Don't overcook the grain. You want it tender but still chewy. Start checking for 'doneness' after 20 minutes. PS: I've made this using pearl barley as I didn't have any Farro wheat. This sub worked really well. My picture shows the barley version.

    Recipe #484766


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