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    This is relatively easy to make. Thin Chicken or pork cutlets can be substituted for the veal. As the reviewer pointed out the dish can be topped with mozzarella cheese. Fontina would be good also.

    Recipe #129873

    Mmmm, try this for your next pot-luck. Easy to make. I especially love the crunchy sugared almonds and toasted ramen noodles. This could easily be made into a main-dish salad by adding grilled chicken breast strips.

    Recipe #33658

    Tired of using ground beef the same old way? Try this spicy dish! Feel free to double the sauce if you like it really saucy! Update: the hoisin sauce is quite sweet, so you might start off with just a little and work your way up!

    Recipe #48760

    Recipe from AussieChef at the Fine Cooking board... thanks Aussie! This is a great summer salad, makes an excellent side dish for a picnic, or top with grilled chicken for a simple and delicious main course.

    Recipe #31110

    There are a number of coconut chutneys on Recipezaar that look very interesting. I am adding mine to them.

    Recipe #139440

    Easier than it sounds! The spicy pale green chutney is made in a food processor and the halibut fillets are easily folded up within parchment paper or foil. Get your guests to cut open the little parcels at the table, it’s a good wow factor as the steam bursts forth with the exotic aromas. Recipe adapted from Indian Home Cooking. Indian Sweet and Sour Butternut Squash (see my recipes) makes a great accompaniment to this fish! Recommended Wines: Aura Verdejo 2003, Rueda, Spain; 2002 Grand Burge Thorn Riesling, Eden Valley, Australia; Seresin Sauvignon Blanc 2002, Marlborough, New Zealand; Laurent-Perrier Rosé Brut, current release; Manzanilla Papirusa Lustau Sherry, Spain.

    Recipe #143791

    2 Reviews |  By abby 12

    An extremely tasty soup, full of veg and seafood. I haven't met anyone who doesn't say oh my god! when they taste it.

    Recipe #117829

    For those who are allergic to fish, or those who just hate the way fish sauce smells.

    Recipe #159831

    I like to steam these before a party and then I reheat them in a skillet with a little water and a lid to serve. I like the bottoms a little brown. These freeze beautifully. The number of dumplings you get will depend on how big you make them. I try to have extra wrappers around just in case.

    Recipe #152176

    A work colleague recommended this recipe to me when my mother-in-law came for dinner. Its from the ready steady cook book and was cooked by Patrick Anthony on the show. This recipe is incredibly easy and tasty, and the pork is REALLY tender. I left the mushrooms out and added some chopped orange pepper instead.

    Recipe #158018

    3 Reviews |  By Meg G

    My son loves won ton soup and so I learned how to make it by adjusting the ingredients slightly to ones that I could get in our small town. I blended different recipes into my own.

    Recipe #37385

    This was my first attempt at glazed clay pot cooking, although this recipe could easily be adapted for crackpot or conventional cooking. I've adapted the recipe from one I found on Asian Recipes Online. We were delighted with the result! Of course, fresh is always best, but, if you're in a hurry you can use bottled ingredients or herbs 'in a tube'. I did and the result was still wonderful.

    Recipe #141041

    So easy to make, only 4 ingredients... it's the super-ultimate party dish! Just a few minutes in the microwave with will make everything gooey and hot...so easy to make. This is so simple to put together and so good, and takes less than 10 minutes to throw together and heat in the microwave! You will be making this every weekend! Prep time includes microwaving time. Feel free to throw on other ingredients like onions and chopped tomatoes after cooking. Got lots of people to serve?... then make up two plates or three or four!

    Recipe #140196

    These are scrumptious little bites! Adapted from Mass Recipes.

    Recipe #140238

    Whilst in Malaysia recently I picked up this recipe. It is amazing. The chicken is cooked in a claypot which can be purchased from Asian food stores. It is a specialty of the Maharaj restaurant.

    Recipe #138550

    These dumplings are perfect and the dipping sauce is exquisite. The flavors just explode in your mouth. You can increase the red pepper flakes to 1/2 to 3/4 tsp. It also works well if you substitute ground chicken for the pork, and/or madeira for the sherry. I also prefer to steam them in a 'bamboo steamer' for about 7 minutes. Be sure to lube the steamer with cooking spray, otherwise they stick. It can be time-consuming to fold all of the wontons, so it could be a good idea to keep the folded, yet-to-be-cooked wontons covered with a damp towel until you're ready to cook 'em all. Note: I like them much better fried LOL!

    Recipe #136555

    Ming Tsai is one of my favorite Chefs! I like many of his recipes. I have not tried this one, but it sounds very good!! Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005/Asia

    Recipe #137428

    A little trick that has been passed down in my family. Saves a trip to the store to get paneer.

    Recipe #137440

    12 Reviews |  By Mrs B

    This has to be just about my favourite Indian dish to make, and I make it a lot! It's also one of the few recipes that I make exactly as written! I sometimes vary the ingredients by substituting the potatoes with carrots and sweet potatoes (but then of course it's not Rasadar aloo anymore!), or by adding extra tomatoes. You may wish to use less oil, but the spice mix is perfect (and I never change it). If you've never used asafoetida before, don't be put off by the slightly strange smell; the results are worth it. This recipe comes from "The Complete Indian Cookbook", edited by Meera Budhwar and I'm posting the ingredients specified. You can easily scale the quantities up but I think this serves 2 as a main dish or 4 as a side dish.

    Recipe #134757

    6 Reviews |  By kolibri

    Rice paper is nice material, it's often used in spring rolls and deep fried, but you can just as well just roll it and eat as-is.

    Recipe #136996

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