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    Sides, veggies and fillers

    Veggies and all types of sides to serve with a main dish. So many differant and exciting things to try.
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    Once you have these potatoes, you will never bake another potato. These are so good served just as you would a baked potato.

    Recipe #16698

    A great vegan salad using avocado, tomatoes and scallions. Adapted from Vegetarian Times magazine. A popular Spanish and Mexican recipe.

    Recipe #207168

    6 Reviews |  By mosma

    I picked up this recipe from a neighbor of mine. This has a great flavor and turns a beautiful yellow popcorn-y color when ready.

    Recipe #217432

    Simple and totally easy to prepare. Works well as a quick side for meatloaf, hamburgers, or Salisbury Steak, or just plain steak!

    Recipe #221299

    7 Reviews |  By Derf

    I actually fooled my husband with these, he really thought they were mashed potatoes and loved them, even after I told him!

    Recipe #332312

    7 Reviews |  By Kim127

    This comes from the April 2005 issue of Cooking Light. They recommend that you do not substitute bacon for the pancetta as the smoky flavor would overwhelm the peas. The unsmoked pancetta really balances the sweetness of the new peas. You can substitute frozen petite green peas for the fresh.

    Recipe #302844

    From allrecipes.com, but I need to post it here for safekeeping, because this recipe is amazing! I had to cook my beans longer than I thought to get them soft enough for my taste. So you might give yourself a little more time, depending on how you prefer your beans!

    Recipe #481195

    This recipe comes from a friend of mine. I had never thought of putting Rotel into corn before, but it is SO good! Thanks Abbey!

    Recipe #374887

    29 Reviews |  By Sueie

    Great side dish, just a little bit different.

    Recipe #29074

    This easy recipe adds an India inspired touch to a meal. The cubes of sweet potato are low in fat & oven baked. I like them with the additional red pepper flakes, but they are optional.

    Recipe #415193

    This is an oriental style cilantro rice. Perfect to accompany meats or fish that are cooked with any soy sauce base.

    Recipe #488674

    I love mushrooms, and tend to gravitate towards recipes with them in it. This is basically a souffle-type dish, and is very creamy. The recipe originally came from the cookbook "The Company's Cookin" from the Rouse Company of Maryland.

    Recipe #340681

    This is the most delicious coleslaw that you will ever have! I make this for weddings, large socials and in the summer for BBQ's and parties, and there is never anything left it all goes and everyone wants the recipe --- plan ahead the coleslaw needs to be refrigerated for the stated time to blend the flavors, this coleslaw will intensify in flavor with chilling time --- this is not a thick heavy dressing like some other coleslaw recipes it's the perfect texture and flavor and what makes this coleslaw stand out from all others is the fresh lemon juice so please use only fresh I have used bottled in the past and it is just not the same --- the dressing amount will yield enough for two 16-ounce packages prepared coleslaw mix or 1 head of green cabbage --- for one 16-ounce package prepared coleslaw mix use the dressing amounts posted on bottom of recipe and add in 3 or more large of chopped green onions. For more Kittencal's recipes, check out my food blog www.kittencalskitchen.com

    Recipe #102617

    I got this from the Barefoot Contessa Cookbook. SO good.

    Recipe #56103

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    I found this at an Irish site on the web while searching Irish recipes for ZWT.

    Recipe #485807

    Quick & easy. I serve with Tomato Mushroom Gravy which is posted with Baked Eggplant a La Ce Ce under my recipes. This is meatless. I serve with a salad. If you want, you may crush 3 precooked slices bacon to the mixture before forming patties. I also use Provalone cheese in place of cheddar once in awhile.

    Recipe #487560

    This is a popular Kenyan dish posted by chef Keith Famie. Simple and satisfying! Cook time does not include the time for the beans to soak overnight. Note: If you want to make this recipe easier/faster, feel free to substitute canned beans and canned tomatoes!

    Recipe #456840

    I started making this for Christmas about 15 years ago and now it is a "must have" for my family.

    Recipe #266611

    From Bon Appetit, March 2007.

    Recipe #212565

    Wheat berries, also called soft wheat, are found in the health food stores and in some grocery stores. This is a good basic recipe for srpouting. When sprouted, they have a wonderful sweet taste. The sprouts should get 1/3"- 3/4" long. These are great in salads, bread, as a snack, and in stir fry. Enjoy! When I cant' find cheesecloth, I cut up a washcloth into 4 squares. One square works great! Cook time is sprouting time. Adapted from the cookbook Fresh!

    Recipe #291214

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