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    Found this on a pull tab near the herbs & spices section many years ago. It has become as standard in our house. Use the amount of butter that best suits your personal taste.

    Recipe #206329

    15 Reviews |  By Bergy

    I can't believe that there isn't a recipe like this already posted but I searched 7 pages and could not find one. It is simple and tasty. Lovely on an appetizer tray or on your salad plate. I like to use McLaren's Imperial but any nice nippy cheddar will do. I use Lite Mayo

    Recipe #145366

    2 Reviews |  By Nose

    These are like Mexican edamame. I didn't know what the fresh chickpeas (aka garbanzo beans) were when I saw them in the store. They come in little bright green, slightly hairy pods. Finally a sign appeared - "garbanzo." I peeked inside a broken pod, and, sure enough, recognized the familiar shape. Then I had to figure out ways to eat them. I learned about this typical Mexican snack. You can eat them out of the pods, or shell a cupful and add them to salads. If you don't have a skillet, you can also steam or boil them in a saucepan. You may be able to find the fresh chickpeas in stores that carry a lot of Mexican, Middle Eastern, Indian, or Pakistani foods.

    Recipe #117414

    35 Reviews |  By Bergy

    In Mexico you can buy these on just about every street corner. They are usually round slices heavily laden with chili. Very refreshing. When you buy a Jicama make sure it is very firm and free from mold patches. When you slice it open the flesh must be white otherwise it is too old. This is a very low calorie recipe, it fact it is low everything!

    Recipe #16901

    From the Sakthi Foundation ayurvedic recipes: http://www.sakthifoundation.org/kitchen_dinner-2.htm This recipe requires no cooking. If you prefer a nuttier flavor, you could first toast the puffed rice over medium heat.

    Recipe #207766

    In my quest to make my favorite snack more flavorful, I found a variation of this recipe on the Jolly Time web site. Your popcorn will need a bit of moisture to get the blend to adhere. It can come from the oil (if any) used to pop or from adding butter, margarine or a low calorie butter substitute.

    Recipe #219556

    This is very simple, so simple I probably shouldn't add it but darn I so love it! I had been eating Salmon on my bagels and it just didn't sit quite right on my tummy so I thought this up. It is slightly salty but still quite good.

    Recipe #215920

    an unexpected treat. i first discovered these at a favorite restaurant in seattle, marco's supper club. this dish is a lot of fun and a big surprise for guests.

    Recipe #4371

    9 Reviews |  By Lorac

    A two ingredient delight! Watch them carefully while baking to avoid burning. Perfect for low carb diets! From the Recipe Institute.

    Recipe #93187

    This is a gourmet popcorn that may make you want to pop a second batch, even though you've eaten enough! Adapted from Moosewood Restaraunt New Classics cookbook.

    Recipe #92660

    17 Reviews |  By mbwolf

    Just a quick and easy recipe. I tried to find one on here, but this is the bare bones and very yummy!

    Recipe #97774

    Might I suggest Morton & Bassett curry powder or at least your own homemade fresh stuff? It is going to be the quality of the curry that carries this.

    Recipe #153631

    This is a recipe I got from a dear friend while she was on the Atkins diet. I just fell in love with the flavor. I now make them as an appetizer for Thanksgiving every year. I never make the old mayo mixture anymore. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #196585

    10 Reviews |  By Hadice

    This is a great way to eat tofu. This method could also be used for chicken. Tastes great served with a vegetable and rice. This recipe only serves one so adjust ingredients as needed.

    Recipe #150716

    A tasty Egyptian spice dip, goes well with hard boiled, peeled quails eggs or bread dipped in olive oil as a canape with drinks.

    Recipe #227747

    Intrigued? Well,so was I! This is the first recipe I'm posting on the food.com after the zaar. I found it on basilbasics.com

    Recipe #433364

    It may take some sleuthing at your local natural foods store to find all the ingredients for this trail mix, but it’s well worth the effort. Be sure to choose organic nuts and seeds whenever they’re available.

    Recipe #493237

    Basically zero carbs and it gives you the "crunch" that seems to lack on Atkins. They taste like cheese-it crackers!

    Recipe #71042

    These are a carb free chip that I found while looking for recipes for a party for a friend with special diet needs. I made a batch of these to see how they tasted and my family ate them all up. So I made a second batch for the party.

    Recipe #45756

    This is an easy and delicious treat that makes for a great appetizer or snack. I came up with it when I had an impromptu gathering and needed snacks quick. Try it you'll love it.

    Recipe #187873

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