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    7 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Two-flavor meatballs with a delicious sweet-sour sauce that is to die for. Serve over rice or have as cocktail meatballs, whichever you prefer.

    Recipe #52672

    I clipped this recipe from Taste of Home magazine several years ago and have found it to be the best-tasting easy beef and broccoli stir-fry. It is credited to Ruth Stahl. I often use charcoal chuck steak, which is very tender and lean. I also like that it doesn't call for any unusual ingredients.

    Recipe #99476

    This is a modified version of a recipe I saw on delish.com, which cites Food & Wine as the original source. I made it a one dish recipe for easier clean-up and adapted it to what we usually have on hand. I like to use noodles I pick up at the local Asian market, but the original recipe called for egg fettucine, so you could easily sub that in if you can't find them. If you do use the fettucine, you will want to cook in a separate pot for 12 minutes and add them with the lime juice and cilantro at the end.

    Recipe #391391

    Recipe I found on About.com for Thai easy recipes that I am posting for ZWT. Here is what is stated about the recipe: "If you're one of the many people who has trouble finding special Asian ingredients like tamarind paste, not to worry - you can still create delicious pad Thai without it. In fact, the original pad Thai didn't contain tamarind at all (the makings of pad Thai being brought to Thailand via the Chinese), and the following recipe is based on this earlier version of the dish. When I was last in Thailand, I went back to the same pad Thai street seller everyday because of her amazing pad Thai, and it wasn't until just before I left that she told me how she makes it (without tamarind). If you're living in a place where Asian ingredients are difficult to find, then this [tamarind-free] recipe might just make your day. ENJOY!"

    Recipe #505636

    adapted from the internet-posted for zw7

    Recipe #457749

    This is so flavorful and yummy! I cannot take credit for it however, I found it in the Healthy Cooking magazine and wanted to share it with everyone! So refreshing, would taste great on a burger or chicken sandwich. It tastes a lot like the topping of the quesadilla explosion salad from Chili's! I actually used a whole lime instead of 1 T. of juice and zested it. I also used a bit more salt after it sat for awhile!

    Recipe #378033

    Great WW recipe from a meeting. 8Points plus per serving.

    Recipe #162379

    I haven't tried this, but it's supposed to be a great dipping sauce for Vietnamese-style fresh spring rolls. I found it on the Kitchen Chick blog, and it is apparently adapted from "Foods of Vietnam" by Nicole Routhier. If you are gluten-free you can find gluten-free hoisin sauces made by brands such as Kame or Premier Japan.

    Recipe #204504

    Garam Masala is an aromatic and hot spice mixture that is essential to numerous types of dishes in Indian, Nepalese and Pakistani cooking. The words mean "hot spices" and as well as adding the "heat" to Indian cooking, the spice mix should be subtle and aromatic. It is usually added towards the end of the cooking time, or even as a final garnish, unlike commercial curry powders that need to "cook" off the cornflour and other anti-clogging ingredients. This is my favourite Garam Masala mixture; there is no "standardised" recipe for this spice mixture, but I suspect that every Indian, Nepalese and Pakistani home will have their own "secret" mix! Grind the spices in smallish quantities to preserve the flavour and quality of the mixture, and then store in an airtight container, away from direct sunlight and heat. NB: Black cumin seeds are also called Royal Cumin or Shah Zeera. This spice mix makes a great gift - especially if you tie a recipe card around the neck of the jar with a whole piece of cinnamon!

    Recipe #279714

    13 Reviews |  By Linky

    This was part of a recipe for tilapia tacos. I've tweaked it a bit and now make it as a side dish, not just as part of the taco. The last time I made it, I doubled everything and added small, thin strips of red bell pepper and about a handful of snow pea-pods, cut into thirds.

    Recipe #431456

    3 Reviews |  By Linky

    This was adapted from a recipe in Men's Health Magazine for pork stir fry. All we had was chicken, so went with it.

    Recipe #360962


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