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    No Onion No Garlic

    I have several friends who are allergic to edibles in the onion and garlic families, so I've begun collecting recipes for them. These recipes do not include those which use any seasoning mixes, salad dressing mixes, seasoned breadcrumbs, ketchup/catsup, soup mixes, or worchestershire sauce - all of which almost always contain onions/garlic. Onion/garlic family: leeks, shallots, scallions, all types of onion and garlic.
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    Since I'm a barley nut, I had to add this recipe to the site. Pearl barley and veggies make this a healthy stew.

    Recipe #101072

    After tasting a really bland version of this soup made by a friend's dad, I set out to find or make up a tasty version. Here is the result. You won't be disappointed.

    Recipe #102209

    My husband's favorite. The cinnamon gives this stew a different twist. It will thicken as it sits, so I make it a little soupy to begin with and serve with some crusty bread to soak up the juices.

    Recipe #116045

    8 Reviews |  By Anu

    One of my lunch-box favourites and it's sooo easy to make! Although it tastes best served hot, it keeps well for later too. Serve with a coconut chutney (#15042 possibly? :) No no, I'm NOT advertising my recipes!), or plain chilled curds/yoghurt.

    Recipe #17933

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