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    Seasonal recipes for the months of spring. Ingredients include asparagus, spinach, new greens, snow peas, radishes, rhubarb, broccoli, cauliflower, strawberries. Fresh foods like salads and wraps. Pantry staples like beans and grains. [Photo: Pan-Seared Tilapia with Almond Browned Butter and Snow Peas]
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    9 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is a very quick and delicious meal. It was inspired by another web site chef quite some time ago, and became a family favorite.

    Recipe #45632

    These are *so* good! I also like to crumble some feta cheese onto the top right after baking but that is optional, although it is not necessary I like to boil the spinach in the microwave for about 5 minutes, this will mellow out the flavor, this can be done up to a day ahead, also you may pre-bake the caps up to a day ahead also :)

    Recipe #246077

    This is a healthy twist on a family classic. A perfect addition to any cookout or get-together! I use celery seeds because I like the faint flavor but generally despise celery (weird, I know!)

    Recipe #244404

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Preserving grape leaves to stuff with any mixture you desire using your own fresh young grape leaves.The grape leaves should be picked in the spring and remove the tough stem.

    Recipe #84478

    I am not finding many recipes using Morelos' rice from Mexico, so I have been testing and substituting it in recipes calling for standard long grain white rice. Fresh green chili was used in place of canned. From our local newspaper, source unknown.

    Recipe #166723

    A rustic and simple pasta dish that is light on calories and the budget but packed full of wonderful flavors. Quick and easy to prepare, this makes a complete meal with a warm slice of crusty bread and a chardonnay.

    Recipe #392763

    My aunt has made this for holidays for as long as I can remember. My cousins and I will butt heads for the last piece. Good thing she usually makes two!

    Recipe #391015

    I can't decide if my favorite part of this dish is the sweet taste of the orange marmalade mixed with the Asian flavors of the soy and honey with a bite of juicy chicken or if it's a spoonful of rice that cooks so nicely under the chicken, capturing the savory juices, and crispy pieces along the sides of the pan. Which ever part you like best, this is a winner all around. It's just as good reheated too!

    Recipe #496912

    Simple recipe (not requiring you to beat egg whites). Got this from my All-Clad Belgian Waffle maker recipe booklet.

    Recipe #413348

    We really like this at our house. It's nice to get away from meat once in awhile and all the flavors involved in this Lo Mein don't make you miss a thing. Simple and Delicious!

    Recipe #155248

    I have made this with blueberries or fresh blackberries...it's wonderful.

    Recipe #294480

    I came across this at Epicurious and fell in love, and its been elsewhere. Years of looking for the lemon pasta I remembered as a child, and finally found it. Tweaked it a little to my own taste, replacing parsley with fresh basil and using linguine. If you don't have tender asparagus, the europes best frozen ones are far better than woody fresh ones. Do NOT substitute lighter creams, it just does not work that well.

    Recipe #238546

    DH and I really enjoyed this different way of preparing salmon. From Keiko O Aoki's "Easy and Healthy Japanese Food for the American Kitchen." It should be noted that DH and I skinned the salmon filets and it turned out great, but I am posting the recipe as it appears in the book. Also, make sure to use low sodium soy sauce. Even with this, I found the dish to be a little salty and might skip the teaspoon of salt next time to see how it turns out.

    Recipe #283675

    These can do service a lot of ways. You can up the sugar to 2 tablespoons and serve it with butter and syrup for breakfast, or add ½ cup of diced ham and ½ cup of diced cheddar and it makes a great lunch. My favorite way to have them is to add a few dashes of Tabasco, ½ teaspoon of Hungarian hot Paprika and use the waffle as a base for a big pile of spicy chili. Sometimes it’s hard to find Yellow self-rising cornmeal, but the white works as well, it just looks kind of anemic... The basic recipe is below, have fun playing with it.

    Recipe #165430

    Wicked Good! The crunchy panko crumbs bring new life to this traditional New England favorite. I like baking the fish in the individual dishes, it keeps the fish moist and keeps the juices from drying up. After you make your way through the crunchy topping and flaky fish, you'll be surprised to find this delicious oniony, lemon goodness awaiting on the bottom which is absolutely incredible. I hope you try this recipe, it really is Wicked Good!

    Recipe #452687

    LASAGNA!!! You can freeze the rolls for a quick meal later.

    Recipe #485993

    2 Reviews |  By MamaTa6

    The dressing is delicious and all the ingredients blend together perfectly. It's also great with chicken added. It's terrific for a potluck. Sorry I don't know the exact amount of servings.

    Recipe #153132

    This is an attempt at eating healthier, while still preserving good taste! These waffles cook up nice and fluffy, while the oat bran and whole wheat flour make them healthier. Serve with your favorite fruit or syrup.

    Recipe #379415

    You can also add some coconumt cilantro rice to this for a complete meal, but thuis is fine on it's own. The Soy glaze is the best part and tastes delicious dribbled over the vegetables.

    Recipe #313768

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