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    I have purchased packages of Seitan at the health food store, but have always wondered how to make it myself. I found a great recipe from Vegan Lunch Cast and decided to try it. It is simmering in the pot at the moment, so I don't know how it tastes, but I'll bet it's better then store bought.

    Recipe #266020

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This recipe was originally from Bon Appetit using Piquillo Peppers but they are not readily available in my area so I have made the recipe "Home" friendly. If you wish to cut back on fat sub an "no oil" spray on the bread instead of olive oil. "No Oil" is similar to Pam. If you like "HOT" sprinkle the sardines with a few drops of hot sauce before adding the Jalapenos or if you like mild use sweet red peppers. Save some lemon wedges for garnish.

    Recipe #418914

    The basic recipe came from Antonio Carlucci's book "Southern Italian Cooking" but I've amended it a bit, mainly by adding chilli. Makes a good first course, serve with a little pile of rocket on the side and some bread. Can also be made with garfish or other small, flavoursome fish.

    Recipe #90944

    An easy alternative to smoking jerky, this makes a great snack for road trips, fishing trips, or just for snacking. A healthy snack as well. Can use turkey and venison as well. SIDE NOTE: THIS IS A VERY HOT JERKY.

    Recipe #264426

    THE BEST beef jerky recipe. I have made a ton of recipes out of all kinds of things. Roasts, steaks, etc. But the only stuff I get asked for is this stuff. It is so cheap and so versatile.

    Recipe #171634

    The best Corned Beef I've ever made was in the Crock pot. (You can substitute water for beer, but the flavor won't be the same) NOTE: If you make more than 3-4 lbs., cook it on HIGH. I've made 6-7 lbs., and it won't be done after 9 hours on LOW. ANOTHER NOTE: This makes wonderful sandwiches if you cook it, then chill it before slicing.

    Recipe #70522

    Economical, healthy, easy to prepare, and tasty!

    Recipe #270260

    Progresso's recipe for pan fried crunchy tilapia (came from the back of a Panko bread crumbs box). You could use any mild flavor white fish for this recipe.

    Recipe #317044

    This recipe is from Martha Stewart's Everyday Food. The fish sticks are crispy without being fried and the dipping sauce is unusual and delicious.

    Recipe #374244

    34 Reviews |  By Tish

    This steak is wonderful served over rice or broccoli. It has a fragrance to die for as you walk into your home from a long day out!

    Recipe #43190

    A rich & flavorful, hearty stew. One of the Burgundy province's most famous dishes. Great on a cold winter's day.

    Recipe #118065

    This is one of the delicious side-dishes of Ethiopia.

    Recipe #294501

    Recipe #220665

    This recipe comes from a little pressure cooker cookbook by Joanna White. I love the idea of the cider and molasses! This recipe does have to marinate 24 hours. I recommend chuck roast over bottom round or rump roast which can be dry. If your p.c. didn't come with a trivet, improvise with a small steamer rack or other object that will raise the roast off of the bottom of the pot and not restrict steam flow. If a 6 lb roast is too much, you can 1/2 the recipe and adjust the cooking time. A 3 lb roast will cook in 35 - 45 minutes.

    Recipe #188532

    This is awesome! If you love brisket or beef cooked in the smoker and just don't have time to, or maybe the weather won't permit- you have to try this. I have used EVERY cut of beef roast or brisket, it always comes out great! Enjoy!

    Recipe #140878

    Finally comfort food for us vegetarians!! Posted for ZWT III these little guys are really good and the beauty part is you can make a lot of the filling and freeze it for later, and you can also vary the filling according to what vegetables you have left over.

    Recipe #231008

    102 Reviews |  By chia

    posted by request, makes a nice dipping sauce

    Recipe #49181

    Forget the stick and serve this tasty chicken dish on noodles or steamed basmati rice.

    Recipe #28734

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