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    2 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This gorgeous recipe has bright, fresh flavours and looks fantastic. It is also Weight Watchers friendly- the version I made was 11 points per serving, using the leanest ground beef and low fat yoghurt. The last ingredient should read "4 garlic and coriander MINI naan breads" but Recipezaar could not recognise it- these naan breads are about the size of a hand and should be garlic and coriander flavour as plain ones just don't give the same flavour!

    Recipe #389902

    This blend is used in Middle Eastern cooking. This spice mix will keep for up to 6 months.

    Recipe #224763

    This is my spin on a quick, easy, healthy version of zucchini soup a friend of ours served at a party. This is a nice, thick soup -- much like a split pea in consistency. Mediterranean flavor.

    Recipe #333381

    A very yummy dish I found in Cooking Light! If you like broccoli rabe, spicy and garlic...you'll LOVE this! Recommended pairing is potatoes and pork chops but I serve it with most anything! Alter the garlic and crushed red peppers to suit your tastes. We add lots more!

    Recipe #328176

    This recipe is too simple for words. In my family, we never served it with vinegar. Make your own mozzarella for a real treat - it's easy! Recipe #321862

    Recipe #321497

    This recipe came from my mother-in-law. We eat them on sandwiches or just eat the meatballs. Makes a great meatball sandwich.

    Recipe #8552

    I've been making this for years and years. It's one of those never fail to please recipes. The recipe originally came from the little book of recipes that came with my first crock pot. I often buy and use beef that is already cubed to save a little time. I also by a jar of small onions and add that instead of the fresh.

    Recipe #127752

    Lots of goodness, fried potatoes and vegetables.

    Recipe #233171

    This recipe is used in Greece when lettuce is out of season.

    Recipe #174373

    My mother started making this pie as a way to use leftover cold cuts. It has kind of been evolving. Prosciutto also works well in this pie.

    Recipe #25038

    From Barefoot Contessa's Food Network television show. The episode was entitled "Memory Lane".

    Recipe #243231

    I found this recipe years ago in a "Farm Journal's Best Ever Book". Every time I serve it, I get compliments! Quick, simple and most ingredients are on hand.

    Recipe #109816

    This is a quick dinner solution for the weekdays. you can use frozen shrimp and scallops, just thaw thoroughly and gently squeeze out excess moisture. Serve this pizza with a green salad and fresh fruit. This can also be cut into squares and served as an appetizer.

    Recipe #70046

    A lovely slow cooked or crock pot recipe for tender chunks of pork cooked in cider with apples, shallots, creme fraiche & calvados. My own recipe devised for our Chambres d'Hotes here in France - and ALWAYS a firm favourite with guests, family & friends alike! It is my daughter's first night request when she comes home from university! You can use any cut of pork, but I usually use shoulder, neck, collar or blade of Pork - there are numerous names for that cut. It's sweeter and inclined to be more tender than Pork leg, which I feel is better roasted. You can also use Pork chops if you wish. If you have difficulty getting hold of cider or don't want to use alcohol, apple juice is just as good, for that appley zing! There is no duplicate for calvados, so just leave it out if you cannot obtain it, or use brandy or cognac instead. This makes a lovely pie filling if you have leftovers and as with most slow cooked recipes, it's very well behaved when re-heated! It goes extremely well with Recipe #191313 & mashed potatoes. N.B. I have given amounts for 8-10 people; the recipe can be halved or increased with ease!

    Recipe #191479

    This is best served with a dollop of sour cream and side of brown Russian bread, toasted.

    Recipe #252977

    This comes from Coastal Living, and the recipe is credited to Louis Pappas Market Cafe in Tampa. I haven't been to this cafe, but the Pappas family is well-known in Florida for their wonderful Greek food.

    Recipe #111801

    It is almost the same as the Russian golubtsy, but with a delicious sauce

    Recipe #229538

    1 Reviews |  By MsPia

    Tuscan Salmon

    Recipe #269569

    Recipe from Ryland, Peters, and Small's Tapas Cookbook. These olives need to marinate at room temperature for 2 weeks prior to serving, so plan ahead. They make a wonderful appetizer for any party and are perfect gifts around the holidays (put them in pretty square glass jars that you find at craft stores)!

    Recipe #321730

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