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    8 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A chickpea recipe used from the Middle East to the Far East. With a nice kick and smokiness from the cumin.

    Recipe #233306

    Falafel have got to be the tastiest little fritters ever devised by a cook - and they're good for you too! The Taratoor Sauce also makes a great dipping sauce for crudites, so don't just make it for falafel. The chickpeas do need to soak for at least 12 hours, so take that into consideration. Otherwise, very easy.

    Recipe #72814

    I found this recipe on GoneRaw.com written by KatyUK. I have changed it a bit to my tastes but is raw and awesome!

    Recipe #306394

    A "zero points" recipe I got at a Weight Watchers meeting last nite. I am going to make it later tonite, but couldn't wait to share it with you. You could use other spices to your liking, as well.

    Recipe #158252

    This decorative dish can be prepared in advance. Bake for a few minutes when ready to serve.

    Recipe #48037

    1 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    This is probably one of the best if not the best vegetarian chilies we have had. The toppings are a must use as they add a nice layer of flavor. I loved all the flavors in this delightful chili and DH loved that it was not a hot chili. Big thanks to the kitchen treaty blog which is where this delicious chili recipes comes from.

    Recipe #512719

    I used a similar technique and ingredients from a recipe for chicken piccata. Dinner was ready in no time AND we enjoyed it!

    Recipe #173985

    36 Reviews |  By Olha

    This is a great dish for weekends in the country, Friday night dinners or evenings when you have a house full of teenage boys who can't get enough of the rich, smoky sauce.

    Recipe #76273

    27 Reviews |  By Chouny

    This burger is so delicious, you will not miss the meat, promise! Here's a tip: If you don't want this patties to fall apart, you absolutely need to make a rough chop while processing, also try making thinner patties.

    Recipe #338863

    Two weeks ago I was in the grocery store and a man was buying fresh dill. We started talking and he said he was making Claussen Clone Pickles (my favorite) I asked him to call me with the recipe and he did and this is it. His name is Joe Knutowski. He uses his old ice cream pails to pack them in instead of gallon jars. I make these alot in pickle season and they have stayed good into the spring and they are really a close copycat.

    Recipe #249520

    This is an easy way to make ordinary burger taste exceptionally good.

    Recipe #69214

    91 Reviews |  By Noo

    This recipe was sent to me by my mum,who thought that her beloved grandchildren might enjoy them! The first time I made them they didn't even get a chance to go cold,as the children and I devoured them.I have since made them to take to our local playgroup end of term party,and once again,children and parents alike loved them.They are so simple and delicious,and a great way to get some extra veggies into your children.Perfect for picnics and lunchbags.I often pack a few in a tub for when we go shopping for child friendly snacks.I should imagine that these would be good served warm with pre dinner drinks or as part of a finger buffet.

    Recipe #314290

    My brother created this recipe a few years ago. It's great for family gatherings, games days, or make-ahead meals. Many of the ingredients (garlic, chili powder, worcestershire) are easily adjustible, so feel free to modify to your particular taste.

    Recipe #362125

    NOTE THE TEMPERATURE CHANGE HALF WAY THROUGH THE COOKING! The "three steps" to this involve browning the ribs with your favorite seasonings, then with the sauce, then covering with foil and forgetting about them. The ingredient amounts are completely flexible and are all done to personal taste. I couldn't post the recipe without a measurement, but really... it's your own preference. Don't be afraid of the long list of directions, I tried to be exact. Thankfully, my dad taught me his recipe before he passed away. This is a good recipe to start the cooking, then turn the oven down and forget about it. The house will smell amazing!

    Recipe #283936

    I love making this for a picnic tea. Pressing the sandwich allows the bread to become saturated with the flavours of the ingredients.

    Recipe #50235

    This is from Pampered Chef. I recently attended an "It's A Wrap" party through them and got the recipe for this. We like it without the meat, but you can be the judge of whether you add it in or not. ZWT West region.

    Recipe #95988

    My friend, Lan, who is Vietnamese, showed me how to make these delicious and healthy spring rolls. These are served cold and are NOT fried. They do require some skill to roll - unless you've made these before, you may want to have extra rice papers on hand in case you tear some! It is crucial to use only fresh herbs etc. in this dish, however you can use any cooked meat or fish combo that you prefer. Vegetarians may omit meat altogether. The prep time given is how long it should take - but first timers may find it takes longer to roll.

    Recipe #20445

    53 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This dish is a regular served on the beaches of Mexico. Serve it as a seafood appetizer or as a side salad dish. You can alter it to suit your own taste. Make it as spicy or as mild as you wish. My friends all love it. I often use shrimp & fish or shrimp & scallops - when I do this I do not marinate the shrimp as the shrimp tend to get tough. I steam the shrimp and add them a few hours before serving as I mix all the ingredients together. In Mexico when they make this they often add sea water (not recommened). If you are using frozen fish, choose a firm-fleshed fish and make sure it is fully thawed with as much moisture as possible removed.

    Recipe #8899

    8 Reviews |  By anme

    A sweet breakfast treat.

    Recipe #223616

    I *love* quesadillas, so I came up with this one for a quick and easy breakfast. You can substitute add or take away pretty much anything. It's easily modified for the pickiest of eaters. Toppings are not included in nutritional facts.

    Recipe #120767

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