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    This recipe is from Mridula Baljekar's 30 Minute Vegetarian Indian Cookbook. The leftovers make a great omelet filling, or eaten cold in a wrap. I usually forgo the dried chiles, and use a comparable amount of red pepper flakes.

    Recipe #350651

    Delightful pick up dessert. My next door neighbor brought these to me when we moved into the neighborhood. Needless to say we have been the "sweetest" of friends ever since that day!

    Recipe #295164

    Great for using up those Thanksgiving and Christmas leftovers

    Recipe #418114

    Light. Cold. Refreshing. Easy. Does the trick too ;) Posted for THINK PINK!

    Recipe #392522

    Okay. I know...there are tons of mac and cheese recipes out there - I've tried most of them. Even Paula Deen's! I prefer this version. It doesn't have that "burpy" taste that you so often find because of the addition of mustard and the texture is smooth and creamy NOT gritty like mac and cheese can sometimes be. It's quick and easy and my family loves this!

    Recipe #275612

    This is a recipe I developed and submitted to another website, Chicken breasts are cubed, stir-fried and added to a cilantro, lime juice, honey, and garlic dressing. Serve on a salad of mixed field greens, or over Jasmine Rice. Wrap in a flour tortilla or lettuce leaves for a lunch on-the-go. The prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #398752

    This is daughter #2's favorite way to eat cruciferous vegetables! The barest minimum of water is used to help retain the maximum nutrients. This is not a "pretty" dish, the vegetables turn a sort of smeary-beige looking, but the flavor is there. We like this wrapped in aloo parathas with steamed brown basmati on the side. Vary the quantity of red pepper flakes and salt to your tastes, we adjust them depending on who's coming to dinner! This is a variation of a recipe from the 30 - Minute Vegetarian Indian Cookbook, one of our favorite resources.

    Recipe #337752

    This recipe comes from the book Indian Food Made Easy that I received from my partner in the Cookbook exchange of spring 09..it looks so easy and good and quick...also you can vary the cheese

    Recipe #362973

    I came up with this recipe sorta by accident. We were trying to find a recipe that duplicates a local bar and grill. So this came together after trying different recipes that were 'just missing something.' We think these are even better than the pub. Very easy and you can play up different flavors...the smokey paprika, garlic, or even the cheese. Great with any chicken parts....wings, legs, thighs:) Also can get more of a smokey flavor with a light crust by not drizzling with left-over butter or go for the buttery rich flavor with the drizzle. Enjoy!

    Recipe #329133

    I received this recipe via email from Taste of Home Budget Friendly Meals. I had to tweak the spices a little as the original spices would have made it WAY too hot for our tastes. I can tell you that when I made this, Jim just kept saying, over and over, how amazing it was! It is very, very easy to put together, and the wow factor is definitely there. If you try this recipe, I know you'll feel the same! :-) (We doubled it for our family of six, and I think you could use any "white" meat in this recipe. We will be trying boneless thighs next time, for texture....)

    Recipe #418260

    This was developed by my 10-year-old. Really yummy and healthy!

    Recipe #316142

    I just came up with this recipe while trying to figure out what to do with some wheat germ I had. I must say, it's pretty tasty (although I love peanut butter on just about anything!!). This would be a good, healthy snack for kids. Wheat germ is a good source of Vitamin E and Folic Acid. * edit - I've just tried it using Grape Nuts cereal instead of the wheat germ and it is really good as well, so I am listing it as an optional ingredient. Of course the Grape Nuts are a whole lot crunchier than the wheat germ.

    Recipe #372251

    This is the recipe for the true Canadian-Chinese type of ribs very popular around Ontario, Canada. You can't find these state side, unless you have this recipe!! Having grown up on the canadian border near Cornwall, Ontario in a town named Massena, NY, most of my relatives were from the canadian side so we crossed the border frequently and ate at the many chinese restaurants there. These are very sweet, sticky and delicious! You can use babyback pork ribs, country style pork ribs. This also turns out great using beef ribs, too. I've even used this recipe to cook boneless, skinless chicken in...it's just that good. Very simple ingredients, but don't let that fool you!! You'll see! I also find that you don't have to parboil them like some folks do..I cook them right in the sauce in the oven...gives them more flavor.

    Recipe #392507

    This is a good smoothie that I made for my mom and me and it was really good. After I was done I thought in my head, "I need to post this on Recipe Zarr!"

    Recipe #402811

    My sister-in-law made this one day and I loved it. I never would have tried it had I not tasted it first. It now makes a regular appearance in our dinner menus. It comes from the cookbook, 'Crazy Plates'. I have on occasion overdone the orange zest so now I often leave it out.

    Recipe #359561

    4 Reviews |  By DSimone

    Quick appetizer or light lunch. Variations allow you to customize to your taste preferences and keep this in regular rotation in your menus. You could add tomato, onion, any thinly sliced meat.

    Recipe #389408

    2 Reviews |  By Mazey

    This rub adds flavour to meat dishes before cooking on the BBQ. I found it in a BBQ book by Annabelle White

    Recipe #106544

    This is a modification of another New Year's Day Chili recipe I found here on Recipezaar. It combines traditional chili flavors with black-eyed peas, bratwurst and ground pork to celebrate the New Year.

    Recipe #275678

    I made up this yummy salad by combining a few I found here on 'Zaar with my every day salad. This is a satisfying and healthy main dish salad. Very tasty with grilled baguette. Don't let the long list of ingredients scare you; it goes together in a flash.

    Recipe #247375

    This is a true "Dutch Apple Pie." This recipe comes from a cookbook I picked up in the heavily-Dutch populated city of Pella, Iowa. This recipe, however, which features a very crumbly butter crust, is very similar to the apple pie recipes I ate often in the Netherlands. I think the lemon rind in the crust is what sends this one over the top.

    Recipe #305551

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