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3 Reviews |  By blucoat

This is a great appetizer or main dish from "Kosher By Design" by Susie Fishbein. The sweetness makes it perfect for Rosh Hashanah. To make a pareve recipe, replace the chicken with 2 cans of salmon (skins and bones removed). Although this is a very easy recipe, the chicken must marinate for at least 8 hours so start this one the day before. For a healthier option,you can bake these in the oven. Serves 8 as a main course.

Recipe #389714

1 Reviews |  By MamaJ

I found this on all recipes. It is a Somali recipe that is a lovely appetizer. It is often served during Ramadan. Shredded beef may be substituted for ground beef. Posted for ZWT4.

Recipe #310116

40 Reviews |  By Mirj

This is my locally famous chopped liver. It's definitely not healthy, but it is really good. I have been promised kingdoms and children have been named after me because of my chopped liver. ;-)

Recipe #22420

1 Reviews |  By chefRD

I've made this for our church brunches and everyone always wants to get the recipe. I got this recipe from my sister-in-law. It was her mother's recipe. I've never found another meatloaf recipe quite like it. It has a wonderful sweet topping instead of the standard ketchup topping. My 2 year old will eat this. I love anything saucy so I always double the topping. I also only use vidalia onion so it is not such a strong onion flavor for my little one. The Lemon Slices if cut extremely thin can be eaten with the meatloaf and not be too bitter. It looks pretty when presented with the lemon slices on top and can be removed prior to eating. If you like meatloaf and always wished you could have more of the top with the ketchup baked on then you'll really love this as you get lot's of topping on each meatloaf.

Recipe #272095

This is my mom's best eggroll recipe. This recipe seriously spoiled me because I've never been able to enjoy any other eggrolls anywhere! The brand of eggroll wrapper is ABSOLUTELY KEY in this recipe! It looks like a lot of steps, but most of them are how to roll an eggroll :D

Recipe #214164

A wonderful recipe from Martin Yan! You can make a large batch and freeze them (uncooked) with waxed paper in between. Just thaw as many as you need and fry!

Recipe #237135

This is from Veganomicon By Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero

Recipe #283551

2 Reviews |  By Derf

Bold flavoured bites make tasty appetizers! From Cooking Smart for a Healthy Heart.

Recipe #30650

"This is an excellent recipe I came up with one day. Italian sausage is simmered in beer with bell peppers and red onions."

Recipe #264356

I got this recipe from a Parent & Child Mag. I thought my kids would like this.

Recipe #281544

1 Reviews |  By scancan

If you love the cuisine from the Middle East, you are sure to love these. I have also made these using ground chicken but I think beef tastes best.

Recipe #280379

Can be used to garnish pumpkin muffins or cupcakes

Recipe #279779

1 Reviews |  By scancan

These meatballs are everybody's favorite and I can't go more than a few weeks without someone requesting them. They are very versatile as they can be made with almost any kind of ground meat or poultry. One warning though; if you do not like sweet foods this is not the recipe for you. In fact if you plan on doubling this recipe I recommend that you decrease the amount of jelly somewhat. Also you can increase the amount of breadcrumbs by a few tablespoons it it seems that it's not holding together but don't overdo it or your meatballs will become hard.

Recipe #245557

Ras el hanout is a North African Spice and it's name translates loosely to "House Blend". It can contain as many as 50 ingredients including rosebuds and Spanish fly. This is a simple mix I'm submitting here. I've been lucky to be given some, but I'll be posting recipes using it, so thought others might like this recipe.It's apparently good for poultry, rabbit, pork, seafood eggs, vegetables, soups, tagines, braises, sautes, roasts, pastas, risotto and cooked pulses, It can also be mixed with flour to dust or coat food!!!

Recipe #80983

From Southern Living.

Recipe #165171

This was sent to me in an email.

Recipe #269053

There is nothing quite like a "Mouth Watering" Kosher New York City Sour Pickle or Sour Tomato from a wooden barrel. I remember as a teenager in "The Bronx" biking over to the local indoor but "open" food market, with many vendors providing produce. I would then go over to the "Pickle Man" and watch him put his hand into the wooden barrel and pull out a "Big One", for only 5 Cents!

Recipe #73027

Recipe #138153

14 Reviews |  By Gerry

This is one of my recipes I like to use for special occasions such as at my Christmas 'open house' and New Years Day buffet. It is a great addition to a buffet and is definitely a crowd pleaser at potlucks. I often prepare double batches of the meatballs, bake them in the oven, freeze on a cookie sheet and when frozen slip them into a plastic bag. This allows me to take out as many as I need for the meal I am preparing. Found this recipe hand written on a sheet of paper tucked in a cookbook picked up at a yard sale.

Recipe #90355

These chicken nuggets get their outer crunch from a crushed-pretzel coating. The sweet-hot marinade they're rolled in doubles as a dipping sauce. A great appetizer!

Recipe #269275

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