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    I saw this recipe on the Food Network and decided to give it a try. I have been trying to find oher ways to use lentils other than soup and hae been wanting to try quinoa. This recipe is a great addition to any meal, providing extra protein and whole grain!

    Recipe #433808

    From The Japanese Cooking Class Cookbook. Best with fresh clams, but canned baby clams can be used in a pinch, just don't cook them, as they are already cooked, just marinate them in a few drops of sake. Raw clams may also be used if they are VERY fresh. Place shucked raw clams in a sieve, immerse them in a large bowl containing 3 cups cold water and 2 tsp salt. Gently shake colander several times, allowing water to rinse clams; drain well.

    Recipe #514716

    A new spin on Quinoa salad with spinach, black bean, and corn

    Recipe #514601

    Native to the Dominican Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, this salad can be served hot or cold. In some areas it is even served for breakfast! Prep time does not include soaking time.

    Recipe #504520

    From Bobby Flay *Prep time does not include refrigeration time

    Recipe #514062

    Serve with barbecued foods. Adapted from The New York Times Cookbook. Cook time is chilling time.

    Recipe #490174

    My friends always ask me to make them my Butter Chicken (Chicken Makhani) when I invite them over for dinner! It's *SO* good that I have stopped ordering it at Indian Restaurants! I use a few drops of liquid smoke to give it a 'tandoori' flavour, and don't skip the dried fenugreek leaves. They are what make it taste as though it's from your favourite curry house! UPDATE: One individual has complained that there is excess chili powder in this recipe. It may be that North American chili powder has less heat? Certainly do not omit this ingredient. I used the usual 'chili powder' found at North American grocery stores, the generic type often used in Chili Con Carne. (I hope this clarifies any confusion!)

    Recipe #206608

    In Greece there are many recipes for this salad, if you love Mediterranean-style full-flavored salads then this is one I think you will really enjoy! You can omit the oil and red wine vinegar and just use the oil from the sun-dried tomatoes, but I like to add it in for extra flavor, use as much artichokes as you like, adjust all ingredients to taste, the oil-packed sun-dried tomatoes are what *makes* this salad so do not omit, also see my recipe#66596

    Recipe #238190

    Colorful and delicious. Moosewood recipe

    Recipe #67689

    1 Reviews |  By KateL

    Entered for safe-keeping. From Clean Eating, May/June 2009. This Japanese salad has a good proportion of protein to carbohydrates for a light lunch, but this will be more filling if served with brown rice. Nanami Togarashi can be found inthe Asian section of a supermarket or health food store, but red pepper flakes can be used as an emergency substitution.

    Recipe #374360

    This recipe is from a local Chinese restaurant.

    Recipe #513233

    14 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Seaweed has amazing properties! Sea vegetables are virtually fat-free, low calorie and are one of the richest sources of minerals in the vegetable kingdom. According to Seibin and Teruko Arasaki, authors of Vegetables from the Sea, “All of the minerals required by human beings, including calcium, sodium, magnesium, potassium, iodine, iron, and zinc are present in sufficient amounts. In addition, there are many trace elements in seaweeds.” They also contain vitamins as vitamin A (in the form of beta-carotene), B1, B2, B6, niacin, vitamin C, pantothenic acid, and folic acid. Analysis has shown trace amounts of vitamin B12, which rarely occurs in land vegetables. Sea vegetables have been shown to cleanse the body of toxic pollutants. Seaweed feeds the shafts and the ducts of the scalp to help improve the health of the hair. It has been said that the thick, black, lustrous hair of the Japanese is partly due to their regular diet of brown sea vegetables such as arame. Research has shown that minerals are important to healthy hair growth, and arame has a high mineral content. Other health benefits, according to Carlson Wade’s book Health Secrets from the Orient, include regulating the hormones, enriching the bloodstream, assisting in metabolism, promoting a youthful skin color, and helping to warm the body to promote mental youthfulness. So enjoy this nutritionally-packed food on the planet.

    Recipe #247035

    3 Reviews |  By LizAnn

    Everyone who has tried this loves it. I came up with this recipe as an alternative to pasta salad. I buy all the ingredients at Trader Joes. Sometimes I get a real craving for this salad. Its tastey, crunchy and healthy. Yum!

    Recipe #165406

    This is a copycat recipe for The Melting Pot's Chopped Nicoise Salad, when it was on the menu.

    Recipe #511992

    A delicious spicy slaw adapted from a recipe courtesy of Joe's Farm Grill in Gilbert, Arizona. this is a burger joint that grows most of the food they use and has awesome food! Adapted from Guy Fieri's cookbook, "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Guy says the slaw is most amazing! Enjoy!

    Recipe #380605

    Baccalla is dried and salted cod. I like a good baccalla salad, but I do not enjoy preparing the salted cod which requires soaking and changing the water for three days. In this recipe, I substitute fresh cod. Poaching gives it a nice texture for the salad. Though, not quite as toothy as the dried fish. The salad may be eaten immediately after preparation, but gets better if allowed to marinate for a couple of hours.

    Recipe #511645

    Chicken, arugula, avocado, chickpeas and more combine for a tasty lunch meal or dinner side dish Per serving: 413 cal, 14 g fat (2 g sat), 47 g carbs, 289 mg sodium, 7 g fiber, 26 g protein From Women’s Health Magazine

    Recipe #511644

    This is our family’s favorite Nicoise salad. You can substitute canned tuna or grilled chicken for the grilled tuna. Change out the vegetables to suit your taste. The dressing is the best part – flavorful enough to stand up to the potatoes and tuna, without overwhelming the greens. I like to use a mix of lettuces in this salad – for flavor and appearance. Serving size is a generous plateful.

    Recipe #366838

    A Weight Watchers recipe that has become a family favorite! Yummy as a side dish with grilled chicken or beef or used as a dip with tortilla chips.

    Recipe #511466

    Try feeding your family some foul mud tonight! The name may be off-putting, but the taste is not. Foul Mudammas is a middle eastern recipe based on a dish available at Alfanoose, a gem of a restaurant in the financial district in Manhattan, where you'll find all the suits from Wall Street lined up for their weekday fix. This dish may or may not be authentic, but the guy who runs this place (and his wife who developed this recipe) are definitely Arabic. Serve as side dish or for lunch in a pita bread. I recommend using the roasted garlic - instructions for how to roast garlic can be found elsewhere on Recipezaar. Using raw garlic will give it more of a bite but won't make it as aromatic. Letting this soak overnight improves the flavor but that's optional.

    Recipe #133315

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