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    34 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This Company's Coming recipe for rice pudding is by far the easiest one I have ever made. I might add an extra tablespoon or so of sugar next time, and maybe top the vanilla up to a full 2 teaspoons. However, it did taste just fine as is. The cinnamon taste is VERY mild, so you may want to sprinkle more cinnamon on top of individual servings.

    Recipe #18831

    My family actually will eat spinach this way. It does taste great, and is very easy. It even makes a great meatless lunch or light supper.

    Recipe #94460

    80 Reviews |  By JoAnn

    Alternative "diet soup" that does not include cabbage. Recipe is from Good Housekeeping. To retain freshness and nutrients keep a 2 day supply of Basic Soup in the refrigerator. Pack remaining soup in 3 cup portions in airtight containers, leaving some room for expansion. Freeze.

    Recipe #21892

    If you love coconut macaroons, you will love this dish. This recipe is incredibly easy.This recipe yields a very moist cake that is traditional in the Jordanian/ Palestinian region.This recipe is different than the traditional harissa (also known as basbousa) which is made has semolina or cream of wheat as the main ingredient. I love coconut macaroons which this reminds me of, but in a cake like form.This is always a hit when i have company.If you cannot find unsweetened coconut, use regular sweetened and reduce sugar and use about 1 1/2-1 3/4 cup for the batter.

    Recipe #78772

    2 Reviews |  By starbon

    this is an extraordinary recipe that i created by mixing different basboosa recipes til i found the perfect recipe for me.its not grainy nor is it cake-like.its just plain delectable.this can be made a day ahead for any kids or adult party or any religious celebration or just as a desert.i promise you'll be greatly appreciated for it.its easy and qiuck.could you ask for more........ if you're looking for a sweet treat, this is it.

    Recipe #309414

    2 Reviews |  By Glori-B

    This won rave reviews from my DH. Simple prep and full bodied flavor. Enjoy!

    Recipe #329779

    Beans replace the traditional bulgur in this recipe. Originally black soybeans were used, but you could use any bean you wish!

    Recipe #174362

    21 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Very exotic, but amazingly simple. A great veggie/vegan main course or a perfect side dish.

    Recipe #19901

    51 Reviews |  By Mirj

    We've got a new local dairy (in such a small country, local also means national), that makes some of the best cheeses (and soy milk and soy puddings). This recipe really showcases their ricotta and feta cheeses. This is a great vegetarian dish to serve, we usually have some kind of variation after the Yom Kippur fast day. I also like to add some za'atar in with the oregano.

    Recipe #51557

    This has a nice Middle Eastern flavor and is very simple to make and just requires a few hours to marinate to blend the flavors. Goes great as a side dish or stuffed into halves of warmed pita bread.

    Recipe #88437

    Pronounced Choo-moose, and not hum-miss! This is the easiest, yummiest hummous you will try outside the Middle East.

    Recipe #66843

    Spring-boarded from others on Zaar ... a tweak here and there and voila! Prep time is measuring ingredients and loading into bread machine. Cook time is proofing/resting/ baking time.

    Recipe #309465

    This recipe and I have been fast friends ever since a fellow student gave it to me in Massage School almost 20 years ago. Excellent!!

    Recipe #329840

    6 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Quick, easy dessert. They must make millions of these at the Troy Strawberry Festival in Troy Ohio. They say you haven't lived until you've tried one of these! I like them and am going to have them again for a Cinco de Mayo dessert.

    Recipe #90295

    20 Reviews |  By Lorac

    Ole! What a way to finish a summer dinner. Light and refreshing with a touch of tequila. Change the yogurt flavor and the garnish for a new desert every time.

    Recipe #37252

    Easy to assemble, deliciously creamy and a great choice for once-a-month cooking. And there is NO canned cream soup in my enchiladas -- Hope you give them a try!

    Recipe #129926

    A side dish served quite a bit in Mexico. This is the San Antonio version of a very tasty dish.

    Recipe #27163

    A south of the border blend of textures and flavors. serve hot as a main dish or a side dish with grilled meat or chicken.

    Recipe #55768

    A fiesta of flavors serve with tortilla chips or corn bread for a filling meal.

    Recipe #152334

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