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    This is an Australian recipe adapted from Aussie Cooking. Posted for the Zaar World Tour!

    Recipe #172491

    This is a great meal that we eat here often in the winter time. With some dark bread and maybe a salad it is a really hearty meal, though we have been known to eat just this for dinner. The recipe is adapted from Amy Dacyczyn's "The Complete Tightwad Gazette"

    Recipe #74629

    Much better than regular potatoes

    Recipe #48387

    A rice salad that is an absolute must with left over turkey at Christmas.. this started out as a delia recipe but got edited along the way. In answer to Kumquat's review, you have to ground or mince the garlic up if you can't pound it up in a pestle and mortar.

    Recipe #195475

    Threw this together a couple of weeks ago and it's great! wholegrain mustard makes this a flavoursome side dish.

    Recipe #161189

    8 Reviews |  By winkki

    An untested recipe I found a while ago on the Puritan website. It sounds great, but nobody will eat artichokes with me so for now it's just a 'someday' recipe.

    Recipe #78035

    Interesting combination of brown rice and artichoke hearts. Recipe borrowed from The Cheshire Cat in Santa Barbara, CA.

    Recipe #42759

    6 Reviews |  By Syrinx

    A very tasty and nutritious vegetarian meal, even though it is not very colourful. Use any green or brown lentil that holds its shape when cooked (i.e. not the red split lentils, which cook to a mush). Please note that the "pint" I mention is a British pint of 20 fl oz. This recipe comes from David Scott's "Middle Eastern Vegetarian Cookery". Posted in the hope of joining the North African and Middle Eastern Zaar Tag game.

    Recipe #186093

    Shirl J said "I have leftover rice and chicken--what to do?" I remembered this Mollie Katzen recipe. I hadn't made it in a long time, but I made it again, and, with apologies to Ms. Katzen, added chicken. A really nice luncheon or supper dish.

    Recipe #110070

    For some reason we had stopped eating potatoes. I honestly don't know why. But lately I have re-discovered them and this is one we have enjoyed. This is a slight adaptation from "500 Fat Free Recipes." I have added a little fat to it (the original calls for fat free parmesean which I can no longer find), but it is still quite reasonable in my mind. Also, the original called for putting all the cheese on the top. We felt like a little in the middle would have helped, so I am writing it that way. Feel free to play around with it!

    Recipe #99122

    An elegant side dish served in the finest New York and Boston Hotels/Restaurants in the 1920s and '30s. It's a bit of work but it's not difficult if you follow the instructions and the result is certainly worth the effort. If ever there was a recipe "from scratch," this is it - thus, it's a great recipe on which one can begin building real cooking skills. The genesis of this dish comes from "Fannie Farmer's Boston Cooking School Cook Book". Definitely not for dieters! It's my favorite side dish with poultry and/or pork.

    Recipe #166874

    This is a colorful rice dish that goes with just about anything. The veggies remain just a little crunchy which adds some nice textural variety. Despite all the ingredients, they meld together nicely and don't overpower whatever you serve it with. I've only made it with white rice, but think it would be wonderful with brown rice as well. I eat this as a vegetarian main dish. (I like my veggies chopped about 1/4 inch) The recipe is an adaptation from Light & Tasty Magazine.

    Recipe #178828

    My SIL made this & I loved it. Getting the recipe was a challenge since Lou is a "cook with what I have on hand" person. I've used my best guess for directions but am fairly confident of the ingredients. Cook time does NOT include boiling the potatoes but DOES include the standing time. Updated to reply to reviews: I always use the beer most commonly found in Texas coolers - Miller Lite. I suggest that you add additional mustard in you use a darker beer. Added salt & Tabasco additions to directions.

    Recipe #169653

    This is crispy and soft at the same time. Experiment with the mushrooms and maybe add some bitey Asiago or Parmesan cheese (I can't). Great with a big, crunchy salad.

    Recipe #163777

    A Vedic recipe (meetha kesari bhat) adapted from the cookbook The Best of Lord Krishna's Cuisine by Yamuna Devi. Although not considered Vedic, I add onion to the rice. Very sweet dish meant to be served to soothe the palate when eating more fiery Indian dishes. The sweetener jaggery or gur can be found in many Asian markets.

    Recipe #125149

    Mom taught me how to prepare this recipe the other evening. I have vague recollections of my mother preparing this. The paprika gives the potatoes a lovely color. Easy to make and delicious side dish, especially with fish! Bear in mind that all measurements are estimated. This is a dry-textured, not creamy potato dish.

    Recipe #130251

    This is a pretty good recipe and using eggplant in this dish is a good idea. This dish has lots of room for you to improvise and create your own jambalaya. This recipe is Creole-style, with a tomato base, but you may omit the tomato paste and tomatoes if you want country-style jambalaya. Serve with a salad and ice cold beer.

    Recipe #40821

    Recipe comes courtesy of Cooking Light magazine (March 2005 edition). This is definately a different way to stuff a potato and it is very delicious! Only adjustment I made to the recipe was the cooking process of the end potato. Recipe says to microwave the fully stuffed potato to melt the cheese, but I placed them in the oven for about 5 minutes with the other dish I was preparing and it worked just fine. If you like potatoes, definately give this one a try.

    Recipe #112437

    Lentils! Bell peppers! Soy sauce! Potatoes! Rice! Broccoli! What do these all have in common? They're most important east of Moscow, they're bloody well healthy, and they all needed to be gotten out of my fridge. Thus resulted this healthy, quick, and eclectic and zingy pan-Asian fried rice dish. (Originated as I was going out of town for a few days, need to clean out things that would otherwise go bad, and knew I want to eat something quite healthy....as my destination held culinary sins galore.)

    Recipe #153515

    Interesting variation on basic pan fries. Vary the hot stuff to taste. Ghee is definitely preferred but use oil/butter mix if you are stuck. Found the recipe on an Indian mail order website (www.indianfoodsco.com). Prep time assumes you have some potatoes cooked and room temperature already.

    Recipe #150599

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