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7 Reviews |  By Dancer^

I made these for dinner last night..very tasty, my husband took the rest for work today..thats a first.

Recipe #32301

Wow! I just finished making this and it tastes incredible! It tastes better than the chicken makhani at my favorite Indian restaurant! You can make this as mild or spicy as you wish by adjusting the cayenne. Serve with basmati rice and naan bread. I got the recipe from allrecipes.com.

Recipe #97573

8 Reviews |  By Seebee

Soft and satisfyingly flavorful. You can adjust the level of spiciness to taste.

Recipe #61983

21 Reviews |  By Rav

This is another one of my mother's recipes. This type of curry is traditionally found in the northern region of India.

Recipe #27383

My friends always ask me to make them my Butter Chicken (Chicken Makhani) when I invite them over for dinner! It's *SO* good that I have stopped ordering it at Indian Restaurants! I use a few drops of liquid smoke to give it a 'tandoori' flavour, and don't skip the dried fenugreek leaves. They are what make it taste as though it's from your favourite curry house! UPDATE: One individual has complained that there is excess chili powder in this recipe. It may be that North American chili powder has less heat? Certainly do not omit this ingredient. I used the usual 'chili powder' found at North American grocery stores, the generic type often used in Chili Con Carne. (I hope this clarifies any confusion!)

Recipe #206608

24 Reviews |  By Gidget

Inspired from a recipe in 'The essential Asian cookbook', and a regular on our table.

Recipe #23027

I got this off the internet a few years ago. It is now my youngest son(a chef in Melbourne)'s requested dish when he's at home. So I guess to him it's major comfort food!

Recipe #22525

Easy and tasty. A great change of pace. Chef's Note: According to the directions, as written, the chicken has a total cooking time of about 17 minutes. This is ample time if you are using thin pieces. If you are using thick, large pieces, please increase cooking time accordingly.

Recipe #17109

This is one of the tastiest dishes that my grandma makes ! She garnishes the same with fresh green corieander leaves.

Recipe #11512

Recipe #8984

250 Reviews |  By Bev

This is the recipe I have been using for Macaroni and Cheese since the beginning of time! Truly a classic and a staple on our family table. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do. A great side dish to be served with my Meatloaf Barbecue Style!

Recipe #30366

This is the most awesome Macaroni & Cheese that we have ever eaten. It is a family favorite and we have it once a week. All four of my kids request it often, and my husband thinks it's incredible. Hope you enjoy this comfort food.

Recipe #24986

This is a very easy recipe that my mom used to make when i was growing up-you can change the types of cheese to add a different flavor too. I like it spicy !

Recipe #8619

11 Reviews |  By Debber

The plain version was a staple during my dad's Depression-years childhood; but we rarely had it when I was growing up. My children expect this at least once a month as a regular feature on our Saturday morning breakfast menu OR when we have breakfast-for-supper. Prepare the optional sausage and hard-boiled eggs ahead of time, and it goes together quicker-n-anything!

Recipe #208434

5 Reviews |  By Lennie

This is very versatile: serve it as a side dish with pork or chicken, serve over ice cream for dessert, serve at breakfast over pancakes or oatmeal, or just eat as is. You can puree to give it a traditional appearance, but I like it chunky-style and so don't puree it at all.

Recipe #28154

These make a great good-for-you breakfast! I think it would also work well to double or triple it, freeze the bars individually, and grab them on your way out the door for inclusion in lunch or breakfast on the road.

Recipe #37672

From an old 1979 issue of Southern Living. My 21 year old son still requests this treat often.

Recipe #38629

This is an adopted recipe. The original introduction stated "Bannock is a Native Indian fry bread. Simple and quick to make. This recipe comes from a magazine article. The woman who taught the author of the article to make bannock said that "rich Indians add raisins to their bannock"."

Recipe #60224

Do not let this banana bread's long name fool you! Very easy to make, and WONDERFUL bread is the result.

Recipe #69407

This recipe had come to me through several hands and has no doubt been somewhat modified although I was told the original may have come from Prevention Magazine. These keep very well and freeze beautifully. You will need a food processor to chop the oranges but the rest is done by hand You may have to do some searching in a good market or health food store for some of the ingredients but once you try them you will be glad you too will be addicted.

Recipe #97315

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