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    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    For the slow cooker! Found in Cooking Light, March 2011 and posted for safekeeping.

    Recipe #453299

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    From Guam comes an interesting idea for using those overripe bananas!

    Recipe #458012

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    This is from The Barbecue Bible, by Steven Raichlen; modified to use just chicken thighs and serve 2. The original recipe serves 4, and uses a whole chicken cut into pieces. Time to make does not include time to marinate.

    Recipe #461168

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    This recipe is adapted from cooking pleasures magazine. Please use fresh herbs in this, dried just won't give the intended result. Originally, this was entered as a private recipe until basil came into season and I was able to try it myself. I just made this for dinner tonight, and it was really good. Although the garlic sounds like a lot, I could barely taste it, so don't be afraid to of the amount called for. This sauce is fairly mild, so I'd advise tasting it as it's warming, and adding whatever you think will please your family's tastes. After sampling this recipe once, I plan to make it again with different herbs, as they are in season. One combination that comes to mind in basil, thyme and organo. Please note any combinations you try in your review, so that we all have a dish that's not just for the middle of the summer. Last note, this calls for making the sauce in a blender - I can't find mine so I used the food processor, which worked perfectly.

    Recipe #314114

    4 Reviews |  By IngridH

    Adapted from Cooking Light- September 2009. The original called for trout, but I often can't find it here, so I made this with Rockfish. I think any flaky white fish would work fine. I served this with orzo, to catch the sauce, but rice would work equally well.

    Recipe #461207

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    This is adapted from Kentaro Kobayashi's book Bento Love, which I find to be a great resource for lunchbox ideas. I especially turn to it when I need help with vegetable ideas, and this is one of my favorites from the book. The cheese is my own addition, cheddar just goes so well with broccoli and ham! Note- This is meant to be a side dish, if you want it to be your main (or only) lunch item, increase the quantities to match your appetite.

    Recipe #461204

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    This is a variation of a recipe from "Mediterranean Light". I've omitted a few ingredients (tomatoes and lettuce), and added a few of my own. If you don't eat eggs, you can leave them out with no problem. The original recipe called for a 6 1/2 ounce can of water packed tuna, I just prefer to work with fresh. Use whatever is easiest for you.

    Recipe #428025

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    This is adapted from "Emeril at the Grill", a cookbook I enjoy very much. I used this spread on lamb burgers, but it would also be great as a vegetable dip (thinned a bit) or a sandwich spread. The original recipe calls for mint, which I don't care for, so I replaced it with basil. Cooking time does not include time to chill.

    Recipe #461721

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    From The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook. The authors call for a 6 cup rice cooker, I've had no problems with my 3 cup model. Serve this as a main dish for 4, or a side dish for 6.

    Recipe #424276

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    From 'artichoke to za'atar'. These would make a wonderful snack or appetizer. Posted for ZWT6. Prep time is for heating the deep frying oil.

    Recipe #427618

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    This recipe was born out of my need to use up some things from my freezer- chopped chicken meat and homemade basil pesto. It's easy, tasty, and can be made ahead. If you want to make a one dish meal out of this, toss in a 10 ounce bag of thawed frozen vegetables. I used homemade stock as well, but canned will work fine.

    Recipe #363113

    3 Reviews |  By IngridH

    This is from Tyler's Ultimate. I love pate, but I'm the only one in the house who will eat it, so up until now, I've never made it myself. This recipe looked so approachable for a normal home cook, that I decided I could do it. I hope you will too! Prep time is hands-on time, Cooking time is chilling in the fridge.

    Recipe #372746

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    I had a craving for burritos, and this is what I came up with. For the taco seasoning, I used recipe #199955. For the shredded chicken, I started with 3 pounds of bone in, skin on thighs, which I roasted with just salt and pepper. I have a small appetite, so one burrito is a serving for me, but if you have a larger appetite, two might be better.

    Recipe #483359

    3 Reviews |  By IngridH

    This is one of those recipes that was born of the need to use up a bit of this and a bit of that, but suprisingly, it was a great combination! The measurements are flexible, so feel free to adjust as you wish. If you don't have shallot in your fridge, use red onion.

    Recipe #369269

    3 Reviews |  By IngridH

    Adapted from Steve Raichlen's The Barbecue! Bible. This is a quick, easy marinade that makes an amazing grilled steak. The key to making this REALLY fast is to use a thin cut steak and only cook it for a couple of minutes on each side. I serve with grilled vegetables and rice for a complete meal. Prep time includes 30 minutes of marinating in the fridge.

    Recipe #479591

    3 Reviews |  By IngridH

    From Just Hungry, but modified to cut the spiciness a bit. I just started getting to know winter squashes, and kabocha has become my favorite. It's fairly small, nicely sweet, and the skin is so thin that you don't need to peel it. This is a really easy way of preparing it.

    Recipe #454300

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    From Cooking Light, September 2008

    Recipe #418050

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    This was first made for me by a friend, and I've tweaked it over the years to make it my own. Although it is by no means a healthy recipe to have in your everyday rotation, it makes a very easy and impressive dish to serve for company. The original recipe did not call for mushrooms, so feel free to subsitute another vegetable or leave them out completely. If you like a spicier dish, add chili flakes to taste with the onions, or a bit of hot sauce after the alfredo is added. If you don't want to use liquid smoke, you can replace the fresh salmon fillet with prepared smoked salmon- just begin the recipe with step seven. Serve with garlic bread and a green salad for a complete meal.

    Recipe #357016

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    From Cooking Light, August 2012. This is a great addition to your summer BBQ. I usually use ancho chili powder when no specific type is called for, which is mild, and slightly smokey- a nice compliment to the grilled flavor of the corn.

    Recipe #483857

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    Taken from The New Portuguese Table by David Leite http://leitesculinaria.com . I love working out of this book! The recipes are laid out beautifully, and work very well. This lamb stew is full of hearty flavorful ingredients, sure to fill you up on a cool evening or after a hard day's work. This takes a couple of hours, plus marinating time; but is well worth the time invested!

    Recipe #483382

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