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    Qormas are very popular among Afghan people. Onions are fried and meats, fruits, spices or vegetables are added to them. This is a vegetarian version, actually it's vegan! From squidoo.

    Recipe #500680

    If you've always thought beans were boring, try this super recipe flavored with almonds. The beans are served over couscous, a grain popular in Africa. I thought this was okay the first day, but the next day, I couldn't keep away from it! The first time I made it, I didn't make the couscous. You can make this in a crockpot too. Just check the water occasionally. Adapted from Shoshoni Cookbook: Vegetarian Recipes from the Shoshoni Yoga Retreat by Anne Saks and Faith Stone(via Delicious Living magazine).

    Recipe #384494

    This traditional Iranian mixture of nuts, seeds, and dried fruits is a staple of winter solstice celebrations. This recipe came from December 2012 issue of Saveur, along with Ramin Ganeshram's story Midnight Snack.

    Recipe #506261

    Algerian version of the Middle Eastern chorba or stew. Great way to get your veggies. From Spark recipes.

    Recipe #501208

    Have fun with this, it's so much easier than cooking flatbread on a rock! This is good grilled too. I haven't tried this yet. A little history: One of the things that is absolutely compelling about flatbreads is that they are old, really old. Many of the flatbreads eaten today have changed little over the last several thousand years. Flatbreads, such as sanguake in Iran, lavash in Armenia, and fetir made by the Bedouin in Israel, are all of ancient origin. When people first began cultivating grain, flatbreads were an obvious solution to the problem of how to turn hard grain into edible food; the grain could be pounded into flour, mixed with water, and cooked on a hot stone. The earliest method of cooking flatbreads probably involved spreading a dough or a batter over a very hot rock, then peeling the bread off from the rock when it had finished cooking, a method still used by the Hopi in making their remarkable blue corn piki bread. Adapted from the California Almond Board.

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    Recipe #341533

    This makes about 4-5 cups. Two cups is recommended for one serving. I want to get healthier, so going on a green smoothie kick. Enjoy!

    Recipe #512596

    I'm not a big fan of dairy ricotta cheese. I don't know, it's something to do with the texture. That being said, making ricotta with almonds appeals to me. Healthy, non-dairy, and the texture is "right". So glad I found this. This “cheese” can be used to stuff noodles, added on top of spaghetti, combined with some nutritional yeast for a cheesy mac and cheese dish, or any other dish you can imagine up! You don't have to remove the skins, it really just makes it look more like cheese. So if you don't mind the flecks of brown, go ahead and skip that step. This recipe makes approximately 2 cups of cheese. Fresh herbs are best, but you can use a little less(or to taste) dried. From The Unintentional Vegan.

    Recipe #512994

    Cornbread is a very traditional quick bread in the US, and it usually eaten with chili. We also eat it with soups, stews, and sometimes even with salads. This cornbread also has some pumpkin added for a little twist. If you like cornbread and pumpkin, you should give this a try. From Baltic Maid.

    Recipe #506181

    Anguilla is an Eastern Caribbean Island known as part of the West Indies Caribbean. 90 Percent of the Anguillan population is of African descent, descending from African slaves. The cuisine of Anguilla is comprised of original meals made from the bounty of the land with an emphasis on vegetables.Traditionally served cold with garnishes indicated; but, tastes just as great heated up with the garnishes! From Sister Vegetarian.

    Recipe #499689

    A vegan sausage link inspired by Field Roast's Apple & Sage vegan sausage. A hint of clove was added to give them a unique flavor. Putting here for safekeeping. From My Vegan cookbook.

    Recipe #498217

    This lovely recipe came from Clark Frasier and Mark Gaier of Arrows Restaurant - Ogunquit, Maine, adapted by StarChefs. Great served with a good blue cheese, such as Roquefort or Stiltion, and some good crackers and bread.

    Recipe #369382

    Taken from the Food Channel's Best of Show, The Critic's Choice. Great flavors!

    Recipe #183957

    Adapted from the Culinary Institute of America. Here's what they say,"As rich as a slice of pecan pie, pecan diamonds are bite-sized treasures that resemble more of a confection than a bar cookie. As the holiday season approaches, you can now create The Culinary Institute of America's renowned pecan diamonds that are sold exclusively at the college's Apple Pie Bakery Café in Hyde Park, New York." Oh yum! A candy thermometer will be helpful in this recipe.

    Recipe #385153

    These Apple Pie-like Cookies are made of real Pie Crust layered with sticky Caramel, and a slathering of Apple Pie Filling, topped with a flaky and adorable Cinnamon & Nutmeg lattice crust.. So good. I use a jar lid for a cookie cutter. You can make these as large or as small as you like. From OhBiteIt. Go to their website for mouthwatering pictures. For a variation, use chocolate frosting and cherry pie filling. Yum. Maybe next time I will use blueberry filling with cream cheese to spread instead of caramel....or how about using jam instead of pie filling?

    Recipe #508540

    This looks so good! I have lots of apples right now and making this for a potluck. This comes highly recommended. Posted here for safekeeping.From Elite Reviewing.com.

    Recipe #508451

    Apple slices with nut butter are a great healthy snack. Now, this delicious flavor combo can be enjoyed in these luscious pancakes. For gluten-free, use gluten-free flour. This recipe makes eight pancakes. From Nut Butter Universe by Robin Robertson and posted on One Green Planet.

    Recipe #506815

    I found this recipe in a Weight Watcher's magazine(Sept. 2010) and it looked so good, I am putting it here for safekeeping!

    Recipe #453448

    This is a beautiful fruit filled bread, and made so easy using refrigerataed French bread dough! Serve it for breakfast, brunch, snack, anytime! Adapted from Pampered Chef's cookbook, "All The Best"!

    Recipe #324082

    In Bahrain(and all over the Middle East), apricots are plentiful, and they are dried to preserve them. Here is a recipe using the dried apricots that is yummy as a snack! On occasion a little lemon juice can be added(about a tsp.) but you may want to add a touch more honey if adding the lemon.

    Recipe #500681

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