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    It is unknown where exactly yogurt originated though it is thought that the Arabs, Turks, or Persians are responsible. You can make your own yogurt at home with only milk and a bit of yogurt. Very easy, no yogurt maker required. I have been making it for a few years and know that anyone can make this. It makes great yogurt especially if you use whole milk; very creamy and thick. You can use nonfat milk but it is a little thin and the consistency isn't that great compared to with more fat. It is best to go with 2% or whole. I also use organic milk, I find the flavor to be more full and sweet.I found it in an Arabic cookbook. Here is a step by step tutorial I have made including photos: http://xeniahome.blogspot.com/2010/03/homemade-yogurt-middle-eastern-way.html

    Recipe #353740

    Some of Italy's finest ingredients make up this warming soup. Adapted from 'Pasta Cooking' by Parragon.... the original recipe called for spinach, which I didn't fancy, so I subbed zucchini. I get the impression that our zucchini are generally a bit smaller than those in the Northern hemisphere, so balance the amount used with your other vegetables, just feel your way! You don't want your soup to be over-loaded with any one vegetable. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #386251

    A simple, quick and delicately spicy Prawn Curry, it is my husbands favourite. I recently served it with #195501 Rice Chile Verde by Engrossed, and that is the way Brian now wants this meal! Edited to add : thank you to Jan for pointing out that the cooking instructions for the prawns were WAY out! I've corrected this, sorry about that! :D

    Recipe #199263

    Quick, simple, delicious and healthy!!!! Serve with basmati rice and steamed green beans for a colourful treat, pleasing to both eye and palate. Torn from a magazine, which I only realise now, does not print its title on every page :-(, sorry! I know it was a fashion magazine, tho! (brought home by my husband :-) ) He loves fish, loves this recipe.

    Recipe #255844

    I'm posting this recipe for ZWT 5, it comes from "Dine Around The World", a lovely cookbook a friend gave me many years ago. It states "This typical summer dish comes from the exquisite cuisine of Madeira." Madeira is a Portuguese archipelago in the mid Atlantic Ocean . It is a popular year-round resort, noted for its Madeira wine, flowers, and embroidery artisans. Please note that this dish requires overnight chilling in the fridge after assembly.

    Recipe #370611

    I'm posting this recipe for ZWT5. it comes from a lovely cookbook "Dine Around The World", a gift from a friend many years ago. From the book :" One hundred years ago, a Hungarian lady brought recipes to Sydney, but nobody could understand their Hungarian names. So this roll was called Kangaroo Pie, because filling it reminded people of a kangaroo filling its pouch." It doesn't specify the fish to use, but I would use hake, cod, tilapia, or similar.

    Recipe #370707

    I've been making this for DH for years, I don't always follow the recipe exactly, more in theory. So you can play with it a bit. The original recipe doesn't have shrimps, but I like them, and I don't eat fish, so it works quite well. I'm guessing at the amount of shrimp/prawns, use what looks good to you. If I don't have coriander roots, I use fresh chopped leaves. From Step-By-Step Thai Cooking

    Recipe #377756

    This recipe makes delicious use of the 'so good for you' sweet potato. Yams are a white version of sweet potato and can be used equally well. Try serving this with steamed rice, mixed with cooked peas ad sweetcorn. Taken from "Hot And Spicy Cooking": Colour Library

    Recipe #378702

    Nb. The recipe calls for dry beans, I use tinned, approx. 420gr size, and if I haven’t got black-eyed I use cannelli or borlotti or any smallish white bean; cuts down on cooking time This is a vegetarian dish intended as a main meal, but it makes a great side dish as well. A good variation is to add sautéed sliced mushrooms with the onions, and I usually add garlic as well. Its good served immediately, but if you refrigerate and heat the next day its even better.

    Recipe #189033

    No matter how many different muffin recipes I try, the family say, please, just stick to this one. They are not sweet eaters but they love these. I make a few batches and freeze them; they are lunch box staples. I use regular cup-cake pans and get about 18 muffins from this. I don't make them big; they come out cupcake size, a nice snack.

    Recipe #192421

    An Italian tomato soup with great flavour and the pasta makes it a hearty meal, delicious and real comfort food!! Serve with chunks of garlic & mozzarella bread - I always make double if the family is home! NB I add garlic, and I dont always puree it, its just as nice left as a broth.

    Recipe #193366

    A creamy pasta dish filled with colourful vegetables, found it years ago on the label of a can of Carnation Evaporated Milk, been making it ever since, I adapt the vegetables, and add, or omit, the ham, depending on what I have, and who is eating! I've guessed at cooking and preparation times, the only real work is in preparing the vegetables....you can have the meal on the table in under twenty minutes from start to finish. Use vegetable stock cubes, and omit the ham, to make this a tasty vegetarian dish... that's how I generally prepare it!

    Recipe #238279

    Tortillas are expensive to buy ready made, here, so I went looking for a recipe. These are wonderfully easy, came out perfectly, and freeze nicely as well, what a pleasure. The recipe sounds a bit cumbersome, but actually it was all very straightforward and quite quickly done. Preparation times includes half an hour 'resting' time for the dough. From 'Cooking Class Cookbook'.

    Recipe #240807

    These are hard to buy here, and expensive, so I thought I would give it a go! Ridiculously easy, and very tasty! I used a 400gr can of red kidney beans, so did not take the time used for preparing dried beans, however, I'm putting down the original recipe here. I used these beans in Shannon W's "Saturday Night Chicken, Cheese and Refried Bean Enchiladas". 'Zaar Recipe# 222838. Refried Beans from 'Cooking Class Cookbook'.

    Recipe #240816

    A different chicken dish! I've also taken the 'crouton' mixture, and used it for stuffing a roasted bird--also excellent. Don't worry about being too exact with 3/4 and 1/8 teaspoons, I just throw it in by feel. also, curry powder, poultry seasoning, you get different brands and types in different countries, use a mild to medium curry powder, whatever you prefer. From "Cooking Class Cookbook"

    Recipe #241413

    Tried this the other night, it came out very well, takes a bit of pre-preparation, but then goes quickly. If you are not vegetarian, then just use regular cheese and milk. We had it with gravy, baby roasted potatoes and caramelised onions. It is recommended to serve it with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce, also posted here, although I did not do that on this occasion due to the prohibitively high cost of red peppers! From Linda McCartneys World of Vegetarian Cooking

    Recipe #247761

    Try this with "Party Nut Loaf" or a baked potato or mash, or pasta, or, or, or! From Linda McCartneys World of Vegetarian Cooking

    Recipe #247762

    Couscous, traditional Berber food, is one of North Africas' great dishes. Here, mixed with lemon juice and mint and served with roasted vegetables, it makes a memorable meal. This is a family favourite, my youngest DD in particular is a couscous addict! (Preparation time does not include 3 - 4 hours marinating time) From Linda McCartneys World of vegetarian Cooking

    Recipe #247763

    I found this recipe on an Estate Agents advertising flyer! Tried it out and the family loved it, I have now made it every weekend for the last month :) The first time I made it, I only realised too late that I had no custard powder, so substituted a packet of Vanilla Instant Pudding, made as per directions on the packet.....the children say they like that version best! so if you dont care for making custard, just sub some Instant pudding mix :) Between store-bought puff pastry and instant pudding mix, this one's a breeze... but I have made it as per the original recipe, below, with equal success, DH prefers the real thing :D

    Recipe #295825

    A classic recipe from The Essential French Cookbook, if I make a quiche with a pastry base, then this is the one. I do experiment with the fillings, but as often as not, will stick to this timeless classic....................

    Recipe #299242

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