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    Oh My ZaarStars !

    A collection of my recipes with 5 or more reviews. This will be used for play in the new ZaarStars game hosted by Bayhill.
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    The original recipe came from a bulletin board and has been modified to suit my own tastes. (If you recognize this as your own, let me know 'cause I'd love to give you credit.) A great way to get a tasty entree on the table without a lot of time or effort. I usually serve this with crispy green beans and brown and wild rice pilaf.

    Recipe #106968

    In an effort to remove most processed white stuff - flour and sugar - from my diet, have recently begun to experiment more with grains. One Sunday I was in the mood for something decadent like Eggs Benedict or Eggs Florentine and came up with this. Thought it was good enough for sharing. The recipe requires a bit of work so for convenience, one could make this with either store bought or left over polenta wedges. Country Lady has great instructions for making poached eggs (#79662) if you need more detail. This would work well for those in the later phases of the South Beach Diet.

    Recipe #107506

    Looks like a company meal but cooks up in a hurry. The page in my cookbook is well stained and scribbled having made this many times over the years. The final flavor of this dish really comes from the mustards choosen. I tend to like stronger flavors and look for a nice spicy whole-grain mustard. I often double the sauce when serving this with rice or couscous. Bon Appettit!

    Recipe #135764

    Though the origins of the Pavlova are sometimes disputed, Australia or New Zealand, there is no doubt that this dessert from down under is a treat. This particular variation comes from Canadian Living on yields a delectable crisp shell and a soft gooey center. Worried about the calories? My friends on the Aussie/NZ inform me its best to use less whipped cream than to use lower calorie substitute. Guessing you could make some elegant individual pavlovas but would need to adjust baking time.

    Recipe #137400

    Found the orginal recipe on a Canadian cooking site and have modified it a bit to make this dish a bit lighter. If you have a favorite Bechamel sauce that you would prefer to use, by all means do so. Poisted for the Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #137649

    Found this recipe on a weight loss community board somewhere. I have it saved on my computer to try over the holidays. In the meantime, I thought others would want to try it as well.

    Recipe #146882

    A lighter version of the Creamsicle Cake. We can finally have our cake and eat it too! Can't remember where this originated but I have served this at family dinners without anyone suspecting it was low fat. Made as presented this is 4 points per piece. Cooking time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #167090

    Recipe adapted from Robert Del Grande

    Recipe #62707

    I adopted this recipe in September 2006, selecting it because I love healthy side dishes that add flavor to the plate. the original chef commented that the recipe is from Robert Del Grande.

    Recipe #62710

    No time to make a fruitcake for the holidays? This quick bar cookie will satisfy your cravings. This recipe combines the best of several recipes I’ve tried over the years.

    Recipe #106561

    This is lovely syrup used to brighten up the flavors of a simple fruit salad. The recipe comes to me from the Santa Fe Cooking School and works especially well as a light dessert after a Southwestern meal. The flavors are reminiscent of the popular mojito. I like it best with more tropical fruits like pineapple, mango and banana but find it works very well with summer fruits such as strawberries and grapes. One batch of syrup is plenty for 4-6 cups of fruit. You can prepare this days ahead of time and mix with the salad just before serving.

    Recipe #135029

    Always in search of recipes that feature cardamom, I found this on the Internet. My undersyaning is that it is a rendition of a dish popular in the UK and most likely invented there. The mariade is similar to a tandoori paste but with a creamy aromatic welll seasoned with cardamom, cinnamon and other spices. I have not tried it yet but wanted it here fore safekeeping and decided to share it as well.

    Recipe #137870

    The Zaar World Tour has me searching high and low for new recipes from all corners of the globe. This is an untried recipe by the simplicity and unusual inclusion of yogurt as a sauce for the beans appeals to me.

    Recipe #140489

    Wanted to prepare a wild rice salad for New Years and could not decide which of the many already posted to choose. After a little tinkering in the kitchen, I came up with my own which combined the favorite elements from all the others. The wonderful colors from the spinach and cranberries give this a festive feel. Part of what gives this salad a nice dimension is the orange juice used in cooking the wild rice. There are lots of pieces to assembling the dish but the work can be done in stages. Moreover, it can be prepared a day in advance, tossing in the dressing just before service. For a vegan option, you might try replacing the honey with barley malt or rice syrup.

    Recipe #150950

    Delicious peanut butter cookie with a silky nutty flavor and shortbread like texture. This dough is somewhat unusual in that it relies on both butter and oil in order to create a delightful consistency. You can easily make this cookies a bit larger, up to 1 1/4-inch, without changing the expected baking time.

    Recipe #164153

    A quesadilla from Basque - that more closely resembles an ultra thin crust pizza. The combination of roasted peppers and goat cheese accented with fresh herbs is just wonderful in this meal. I've enjoyed this several times but recently thought to post it as 'Zaar begins to celebrate spring. You can serve this a nice lunch or cut into smaller pieces as an appetizer. 245 calories, 8g fat

    Recipe #164643

    Another gem adapted from the National Chicken Council, this recipe uses spices and flavors of the topical Caribbean to liven up the humble (and often bland) chicken breasts. As warm weather approaches in the northern hemisphere, this will be a hit at the family BBQ.

    Recipe #168809

    A little pre-holiday cleaning has me tossing out stacks of cooking magazines. Rather than tearing out the recipes and creating small stacks to replace the large ones, I'm typing them up and keeping them here for safekeeping. This recipe is inspired by the cuisine of Korea and appeared in a very old issue of Eating Well magazine - a stylized hybrid of Cooking Light and Bon Appettit. Note that the cooking time does not include 6 to 24 hours for marinating the chicken.

    Recipe #195438

    A wonderful recipe for chicken featuring balsamic vinegar. What sets this apart from others is the surprise inclusion of that distinctly American condiment, catsup. Together these create a delicious sweet and sour combination. This Cooking Light inspired dish is just 4 points per serving. For Core followers, count 1/2 point per serving for the wine or substitute with additional broth.

    Recipe #206122

    Bubby is a common Yiddish term of affection. It is also the name of a popular local restaurant with outlets in Brooklyn and Manhattan. This is their rendition of one of my favorite desserts. Waiting for rhubarb season to try it.

    Recipe #223659

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