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    A tasty snack or appetizer. Tofu cubes are very crispy outside, yet warm and soft inside. Sort of like Asian "french fries". And i simple love the sauce, even used it as salad dressing sometimes!

    Recipe #69191

    Falafel have got to be the tastiest little fritters ever devised by a cook - and they're good for you too! The Taratoor Sauce also makes a great dipping sauce for crudites, so don't just make it for falafel. The chickpeas do need to soak for at least 12 hours, so take that into consideration. Otherwise, very easy.

    Recipe #72814

    This is my own creation after realizing that normal boxed falafel is usually not all that good and quite expensive. I've also never found a dry falafel mix recipe where you just need to add water. This recipe is easily made in large batches for future use.

    Recipe #408099

    This is a recipe that I've tweeked and adjusted to yield a warm noodle side-dish. It can also stand alone as a main dish. It's quick and easy and full of flavor! I serve it with Chicken Satay. Leftovers are yummy hot or cold.

    Recipe #99918

    If you are like many people and can't eat wheat, barley, or rye because of celiac or gluten intolerance, you need an inexpensive and nutritious substitute for regular wheat flour that will work for baking. This is my own version of such a flour. The majority of these components may be purchased very cheaply in Asian markets. The Great Northern Bean flour is not available on the market, but G.N. beans are very inexpensive and you can make your own flour out of them with a flour mill or even a regular coffee mill (just sift the flour through a fine sieve to remove the large pieces and regrind them). If you would rather use a ready-made bean flour, you can find garbanzo/fava bean flour in most whole foods markets. It is more costly than making your own and the end result will have a stronger flavor, but it will have the same general characteristics and nutrition value. This flour works well for most baking applications such as cookies, brownies, etc, but it will have a strong flavor until cooked because of the bean flour so it is not recommended for uncooked applications. For cakes you should add 1/4 to 1/2 tsp xanthan gum per cup of flour. For bread recipes you should add 1 tsp xanthan gum per cup of flour to simulate the effects of gluten, or better yet simply follow a recipe for gluten free bread. I find that the addition of 1/2 cup of oat flour adds greatly to the consistency of this flour, but due to the ongoing debate regarding the safety of oats to celiacs I have omitted it from the ingredients list. You may add it if desired.

    Recipe #110497

    From the Dutch Allerhande magazine

    Recipe #335320

    From Joan Nathan's cookbook, " The Foods of Israel Today". She created this recipe after sampling many different falafels and interviewing the people who made them. You can make an Egyptian version by omitting the cilantro and substituting fava beans for the chickpeas. To make this truly "Israeli-style", garnish with tahina sauce (made from ground sesame seeds), harissa hot sauce, pickled turnip, or sauerkraut. In fact, all types of pickled fruits and vegetables (including regular dill pickles, eggplant, mango) work really well! If you can't find tahina sauce, you can serve with hummus or a yogurt sauce. Chickpeas need to soak overnight, and chickpeas mixture must be refrigerated for a few hours.

    Recipe #349289

    I love burghul (cracked wheat) in falafel. These are delicious as a pita bread filling with tabbouleh and hommous. Prep time does not include soaking for the chickpeas or bulghur.

    Recipe #114320

    Serve hot or cold for a tasty vegetarian snack. Great for picnics, packed lunches, kids meals etc. PLEASE NOTE: THESE ARE BEST GRILLED/BROILED. Spray them with oil & under med/high heat.

    Recipe #232161

    Faced with "wheat temptation" this weekend, I had a serious calzone craving and combined several recipes with very good results. You can use cooked and crumbled sausage or meatballs or a lightly steamed vegetable for the pepperoni if desired. Served with a side dish of pizza sauce and a crisp green salad, this chewy, crunchy, cheesy alternative hit the spot!

    Recipe #379635

    Recipe #245210

    2 Reviews |  By Bunsby

    I grew up with these perogies. Yummy! You can save potato water from potatoes you boil for your meal the night before. The water can be refrigerated and used the next day. Best to have at room temperature, though. You can use some of the dough right away and freeze the rest for a later date. Works well that way.

    Recipe #31641

    Easy to make. I have had this recipe for over 20 years and no longer remember where I originally received it. Cooking time is approximate total cooking time for all 16 egg rolls.

    Recipe #93990

    For one of the ladies at Hope Lodge. I haven't tried it yet and I'm guessing at the time it will take to make these homemade noodles.

    Recipe #124106

    I decided one day to try to make since I had been making egg noodles for years. Here is the result. New Note: A reviewer stated she would try carrots or sweet potatoes. Great! But grate carrots, steam with water in microwave and then mash. Mash cooked sweet potatoes, use less water in sweet potatoes.

    Recipe #159587

    Time saving method produces old fashioned results.

    Recipe #192191

    This is one of our family's best recipes ever! It came from my great-grandma who was the best cook in our family. I love it, my family loves it, and we hope you do too!

    Recipe #95311

    This is a recipe I adopted from Zenith's recipe collection when many unloved recipes were put up for adoption. All of her recipes were very good and this is no exception. Here's what Zenith had to say about this dish: A tasty vegetarian one-pot meal. (If you're not a vegetarian, you may wish to make this with chicken broth.)

    Recipe #55135

    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

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