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    2 Reviews |  By robd16

    Crispy on the outside, soft and melting on the inside, these delicious snacks are a great alternative to regular chips or fries or served on their own perhaps with a tomato relish to accompany them. You can use any cup or mug to measure the ingredients, adjust salt accordingly

    Recipe #400801

    This is from my mother, who cooked it in a cast iron skillet.

    Recipe #112844

    Much easier to make than real tamales! Very tasty.

    Recipe #69452

    My standard lunch when I worked in Tiberias on a dig. Very healthy, filling and fast. Can be eaten hot or cold and allows for many variations making this a flexible, nutritious meal.

    Recipe #467912

    This surprisingly tasty no-bake side dish is a popular Carribean classic that accompanies boiled, steamed or panfried fish. Can also be made without okra. From Essence Great Cooking.

    Recipe #115926

    This is comfort food with a capital "C". If you like sauerkraut you'll enjoy this. Just the smell of it cooking in the oven is soothing. Now in 91 ckbks, as of 4/14/06, and has 4 great reviews!

    Recipe #137755

    These are the most extra-ordinary sandwiches. They are best if you find the round muffuletta bread which is an Sicilian bread with sesame seeds. But don't let it stop you if you have to use another shape of type of Italian bread. The key ingredient is the Olive Mix. Ideally you want to make the sandwich an hour or two before eating it so the juices from the olive mix can soak into the bread, which makes this a perfect picnic sandwich.

    Recipe #467354

    The pumpkin in this dish becomes almost molten. Barely held together by the flour it's been dredged in. Simply delicious!

    Recipe #66047

    3 Reviews |  By Deb G

    Meatless, low calorie and low fat. Can be a main dish or side dish. I've had this a long time and have no idea where it came from. This is easy to put together and very tasty.

    Recipe #395672

    Original recipe from Denmark but modified during Danish rule over the Virgin Islands by the slaves who worked the Islands. Typically a Holy Week dish which used salted fish rather than fresh fish since fishermen could not go out to sea during this time.

    Recipe #288389

    Corn Casserole Recipe courtesy Paula Deen I have had this at a pot-luck lunch at work and it is FABULOUS!!! I wanted the recipe to put in my cookbook so I decided to list it on here...Enjoy!!

    Recipe #192335

    I have been working and re-working this recipe tirelessly during the past year and I believe it is now at its perfection. Anytime I make this, people have a hard time resisting a second bowl! Easy for a quick, inexpensive dinner. Great for pleasing big crowds. And all kids seem to love it!

    Recipe #466856

    These little biscuits can be served with a meal or be a meal all alone. Serve with veggies or a salad. Or use a tiny muffin tin and make appetizers.

    Recipe #466697

    Watching fats? Great tasting pasta with no eggs or oil!!! Matches well with tomato and cream sauces. Tastes a lot like home made egg noodles!

    Recipe #466591

    1 Reviews |  By Tish

    Another one from Emeril Lagasse. Goes with the Potato, Onion, and Roquefort Soup I posted on this site.

    Recipe #17859

    Recipe #390685

    From Cooking Light http://find.myrecipes.com/recipes/recipefinder.dyn?action=displayRecipe&recipe_id=1860097

    Recipe #359441

    3 Reviews |  By duonyte

    I found this recipe on a blog written by a Lithuanian woman now living in India, "Virtuve su indisku prieskoniu". Jurate's husband's family is from Kerala, which is where this recipe originated. The original recipe did not have spinach, but Jurate recommends it. I did not have the red pumpkin, so used a sweet potato, which worked out quite well. I also used medium shrimp, as I have never seen prawns in my area. I took some liberties in converting the metric measurements into US, and you should know that these slight variations make little difference.

    Recipe #453952

    Spinach and chicken cooked together made a wonderful combination, the addition of the cream adds a touch of smoothness and luxury to the dish. Not too spicy and suits all tastes. As a supper dish you can serve it with buttered toast instead or rice. From start to finish about 30 minutes.

    Recipe #203073

    Sourced online somewhere, can't recall though. You can add whatever vege or protein you like, say pancetta or chicken or spinach or mushrooms. We used pizza cheese that had four types in it as that was what was in fridge, but use what you like or have :)

    Recipe #463863

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