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    With only 3 ingredients this is just about the simplest and most refreshing appetizer you can serve. One tbsp of nutmeg sounds like a lot but don't be afraid to try it. The flavour works very well with the pineapple. This recipe comes from More Fun and Flavour with Spices

    Recipe #455944

    From VH Saucy Creations pamphlet. I've made this a few times now using real meatballs and using vegetarian meatballs. This dish was well received both ways.

    Recipe #438923

    From VH Saucy Creations pamphlet

    Recipe #454153

    From Canadian House and Home. Try this recipe with recipe#223424 for an unforgetable sandwich. It is fruitier and thicker than storebought chutneys and well worth making. The recipe makes more than is necessary for the grilled cheese sandwiches. The leftovers can be stored in the refrigerator. Make sure you use ripe mangoes for the best flavour.

    Recipe #368738

    A delicious and tangy dish from Bangladesh found in Vegetarian Quick and Easy.

    Recipe #423753

    This is a tasty stir fry which core when served with brown rice. Add any vegetables that are in season if desired. Note: In response to reviews on this recipe I've made a few adjustments. I hope people will find them to their liking. I've added a sesame oil/soya sauce coating for the tofu. (You may press out excess liquid first) I've also added garlic and ginger to the ingredients. The carrots now have an additional 5 minutes cooking time. I've also removed the tofu once browned to be returned to pan near the end of the total cooking time to prevent overcooking. The prep and cooking time do not include the time to press the tofu as I usually skip that step. Thankyou's go to the chefs who've reviewed this recipe for their critiques. Your input is always welcome.

    Recipe #237406

    Posted in response to a request for Grill-Wok recipes. This recipe comes from The Vegetarian Grill by Andrea Chesman. So far I like everything I've tried from this book

    Recipe #230990

    I'm posting this recipe for the Chinese/Vietnamese New Year Tag Game—February 2008. It from the Joy of Wokking by Martin Yan. This is NOT for dieters.

    Recipe #281345

    I'm posting this recipe for the Chinese/Vietnamese New Year Tag Game—February 2008 The recipe is from 'The Joy of Wokking" by Martin Yan. The pudding may be prepared ahead and refrigerated until it time to steam it. This dessert is often served at banquets in Northern China.

    Recipe #281382

    From The Vegetarian 5 Ingredient Gourmet by Nava Atlas

    Recipe #286293

    My friend and coworker used to bring these spring rolls to potluck lunches where they were inhaled by everyone. They are so delicious! The number of egg rolls this recipe makes is an estimate. The preparation and frying times depend on how quickly you can make the spring rolls and how many you're frying at that time. The spring rolls can be made ahead of time, frozen and cooked when you need them.

    Recipe #287941

    From the back of a package of President's Choice tofu

    Recipe #288117

    Ataulfo mangoes are only available in the Toronto area from late March until September. I don't know what the availability is in other regions. They are 8 to 10 inches long with an oblong round-bottom shape and a gold-blushed yellow skin. The juicy flesh inside is yellowy-orange, creamy smooth, free of fibrous stringiness (which can set off allergies in people sensitive to stone fruits) and is described as the best thing to have fallen out of a tree since the apple observed by Isaac Newton. The flavour resembles a delectable combination of peach, banana,m pineapple and butter. They're incredibly sweet and loaded with vitamin c and dietary fibre. Look for them in your local Chinatown. Watch Corey Mintz of the Toronto Star (where I found the recipe) slice and peel a mango here: porkosity.blogspot.com/2008/04/mango-ectomy.html

    Recipe #305329

    This recipe originaltes from the May 1, 2004 issue of Vegetarian Times Magazine. Be careful not to overprocess if you're chopping the ingredients in a food processor. As an alternative to boiling the wontons you could fry them.

    Recipe #305464

    A quick and delicious recipe from Chatelaine Food Express Quickies 2.

    Recipe #368734

    A recipe from Cooking Class Great Tasting Vegetarian Meals. Don't let the lengthy preparation deter you. Most of it is just explaining how to prepare the ingredients for cooking. As with most stir fry cooking, once that is done, the recipe can be cooked quickly. For the Peanut Sauce, you may use your favourite or recipe#369185

    Recipe #369328

    From the LCBO's Early Summer 2005 Food and Drink Magazine (by Lucy Waverman) Serve on a bed of lettuce with sticky rice on the side. NOTE: Preparation time does not include the 1 hour marinating time.

    Recipe #370056

    My daughter has been asking me to make tempura so I've been on the lookout for recipes. This recipe was found in the LCBO's Food & Drink Spring 2009 magazine. For the best results, make sure you don't over mix the batter. The beer and rice flour produce a delicate, crispy batter. ***You can replace some of the veggies with fish, peeled shrimp or calamari rings if desired.*** I've listed those ingredients as optional. You can also experiment with other veggies.

    Recipe #372205


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