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    This super-simple recipe came from a vegetarian friend. It was served with Thanksgiving dinner as a side dish; however, I thought it was sweet enough to be called dessert (just top with non-dairy whipped cream). Appropriate to serve with pork, chicken or turkey. It would be pretty & delicious for a brunch. You will never know it contains bread cubes.

    Recipe #54403

    8 Reviews |  By Marie

    Crunchy, crispy chicken that tastes like fried, but without the extra calories. Extremely easy and so tasty!

    Recipe #65675

    The nutritious broth that remains after cooking black beans makes a flavorful, rich broth for cooking rice. The Mexicans have been doing this for a long time. Adapted from Deborah Madison's Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone.

    Recipe #432218

    This was published in our newspaper and I have not seen another recipe like it--it is served in wedges like a pie, but it is a savory side dish for a holiday meal like Thanksgiving. It can be prepared ahead of time and briefly reheated just before serving.

    Recipe #512272

    A soy-free version of the Chinese Sticky Rice dumplings wrapped in bamboo leaves, known as Joong, or Zhongzi that are traditionally eaten in late Spring for the Dragonboat Festival. You can buy them at Asian supermarkets (like T&T here), and my husband's family makes them, but they all have ingredients my son can't have. Usually these have dried shrimp or scallop, mushrooms, nuts, soy sauce, 5-spice powder, chinese sausage and egg, but yummy as they are, these all make my son itchy, so I improvised! Special thanks to W.K. Leung for his pictorial description here: http://forums.egullet.org/index.php?showtopic=88644 You may want to see the pictures of the various packages he uses. If you don't need to avoid all those ingredients, you'll probably want to follow his recipe, as this one is a little bland (shhh, don't tell my son...) Wrapping the dumplings is tricky - I had to watch a few different videos, and even then, my first one took about 20 minutes! Eventually I figured it out. My best ones ended up as somewhat rectangular pyramids, rather than the tetrahedrons I usually see. This is a fairly time-consuming project, most families make it a group activity! Preparation time below is for one person doing it all herself for the first time, with a little "help" from my little man, and does not include overnight soaking time.

    Recipe #377147

    Love the combination of flavors and textures in this savoury salad. Delicious also as a sandwich (leaving out the grapes). Try it cold or a yummy hot variation: on one slice of sweet, whole-grain bread, spread 1/2 cup of chicken salad and put under broiler until heated, but not bubbly; top with 3 slices of bacon and 1 slice of provolone cheese. Return to broiler until cheese is melted. Yum!

    Recipe #115767

    It's delicious, easy to make, and terrible for you. Enjoy!

    Recipe #511847

    This recipe is safer to sit out at a picnic or pot luck as there is no mayonnaise in it. If that is not a concern and you prefer the mayo flavor, feel free to substitute some or all of the yogurt with mayo.

    Recipe #511839

    A nice tropical variation!

    Recipe #511821

    From EatingWell: July/August 2008. Creamed corn goes tropical with coconut milk, cilantro and lime juice. We love this with the kick of crushed red pepper, but it's great without it if you don't enjoy spicy food. Try it with garlic-rubbed grilled flank steak and a vinegary Asian slaw.

    Recipe #510595

    This is the best--topped with HEINZ chili sauce before baking!

    Recipe #129706

    This recipe calls for salmon cut into coin-size scallops which are quick-fried and then coated in a low-fat cream sauce. Recipe is from B H & G Fresh & Simple. Cook time does not include time for cooking pasta.

    Recipe #508241

    These super-flavorful Holiday Tamales are filled with a specially seasoned, well-marinated ground beef.

    Recipe #509135

    Here's a simple way to cook whole salmon. It's great as a centre piece for a garden party or buffet

    Recipe #279861

    This is the one you will want for that next dinner party. Service with a crisp green salad & crusty bread. Your guests will be impressed.

    Recipe #50345

    I love butternut squash. I love red onions. I love veggies roasted.

    Recipe #507870

    This is great for Thanksgiving or any time. What I like about this is I get to have "variety" in one dish. All quantities are plus/minus. Feel free to add other root veggies like turnips, sweet potatoes, etc. People who claim not to like one or more of the roots, simply won't notice they are there. Variation on recipe in an old Woman's Day.

    Recipe #507867

    Cepelinai are one of the favorite dishes of Lithuania, but are quite labor-intensive to make. You have to grate the potatoes, then squeeze out as much liquid as possible. I was intrigued by recipes of this name that I found in a number of Lithuanian blogs, which literally translates as "Lazyman's cepelinai", and inspired by them, developed this recipe. This recipe is for two adults, two dumplings a person as a main dish, but children would probably just eat one. The texture is very reminiscent of the potato cepelinai, but you can easily make these for dinner. I keep forgetting to time myself, but I'm sure this doesn't take me more than about 30 minutes.

    Recipe #507755

    This is my recipe derived from an Indian recipe that only suggested ingredients. I have experimented with this recipe since about 1958. This is its present incarnation.

    Recipe #98954

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