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    The Best of Zaar World Tour 4

    Over 160 Zaar members have been virtually touring the world through their kitchens for the last 7 weeks. We have learned a lot about different cuisines, cultures and have come to appreciate some of what each region has to offer as well as made lasting friendships along the way. Each player has selected their 2 Top Recipes to share with you that in their opinion were the best of the best, the ones that deserved recognition, the crème de la crème.
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    Had this at the fair. Thought this was good. Hope you like this.

    Recipe #181935

    65 Reviews |  By iewe

    This looks yummy (and very sweet!) Found on the web.

    Recipe #294481

    A crusty Greek bread often found at delicatessens.

    Recipe #38085

    This recipe is for my DH who loves strawberries!

    Recipe #304648

    This is my version of chicken parmigiana. The sweet sauce is what sends this recipe over the top although the chicken parmigiana is excellent as well! I developed this sauce after tasting various versions of my Italian friends' sauces and getting their recipes. My family likes a sweet sauce so if you don't like it sweet, just omit the sugar. I do recommend that you add a little sugar, though, to remove some of the acidity taste from the sauce. Quite frankly, if you don't like a sweet sauce, though, you might be better off trying another recipe because that is why I developed this version. I usually let the sauce simmer for most of the day until I am ready to make the chicken parmigiana. However, the sauce can be ready as fast as an hour if you need it to be. But the longer the sauce simmers, the more delicious and thick it will be! This recipe does make more sauce than is needed for the chicken parmigiana and the side of spaghetti or angel hair, but I just freeze the remaining sauce and use it for another time. This is also the basic recipe I use to serve over any type of pasta. I even use it on pizza!

    Recipe #254738

    10 Reviews |  By Debber

    Beautiful presentation: a breakfast parfait! Instead of slurping, you get to spoon it up. Endless variations depending on your own tastes--so customize as you like. The recipe is made for ONE serving, adjust to the number of diners. If you let the Crunchy sit for an hour or so, the cereal absorbs moisture from the yogurt and goes from crunchy to chewy. Use frozen or fresh fruit, depending on what you have available.

    Recipe #290090

    Another recipe I found on-line while looking for South Africa recipes to post for ZWT.

    Recipe #307079

    The RSC#10 contest ingredients inspired this tangy Mediterranean sauce for pork chops. It turns out like a chutney or salsa. Beautiful, easy and gourmet.

    Recipe #243405

    Sounds better in French: Pommes de Terres Roties aux Herbes Variees. These are very pretty potatoes--and tasty too. Simple and elegant. From Georgeanne Brennan's "Savoring France."

    Recipe #233066

    Another quick and easy chicken dish for your crockpot.

    Recipe #287606

    This salad lends itself to many variations- try using spinach, or adding almonds or candied walnuts, maybe even a little goat cheese. A Rachael Ray recipe.

    Recipe #299799

    14 Reviews |  By GaylaV

    This is a nicely flavoured, easy to prepare chicken. I have used breasts and legs but I think you could use any part, with or without skin.

    Recipe #218510

    This recipe came from a neighbor of mine. When they heard of the world challange I was doing they offered me this recipe. A greek family ofcource. This is a favorite of theirs! Time Does not include Prep work.

    Recipe #179107

    A wildly refreshing dessert that will have your mouth singing! A unique and delicious granita and it's so easy to make! This granita is a fancy schmancy way to end a meal, especially Italian. The citrus flavors refresh the palatte, while the basil gives the fresh taste of Italy When our team thought of Italy, basil came right to mind. It just shouts Italy! We thought putting it in a frozen granita would be fancy, unique and delicious! Made up by the Fancy Feinschmeckers Team for the Italian Frozen Dessert Challenge in the Zaar World Tour #4. Each team member picked an ingredient and told why they picked it: mliss29-I've always liked lemons, even since I was a little kid - Wildflower-I love orange anything! And the blossoms are so pretty, too! Alskann- Some things you don't scrimp on; pure vanilla is one of the most complex flavors in the world, its unique flavor and aroma will blend beautifully with the fresh, tart citrus flavors and the herbal essence of the basil to make this granita both flavorful and aromatic - Celticevergreen-grapefruit juice-because it's my favorite flavor and to me is like tasting liquid sunshine - Nasseh-water-It is the foundation for so many things we love & enjoy. It is in almost every food, in some form or another luvinlif2k- I'm liking the slice of lime as an optional garnish. It should look lovely with the sprig of basil and if you like your granita a bit more tart, just squeeze some lime on your granita or rub your spoon with the lime before each bite - Heydarl-Basil Sprig, as I love basil & would like to be decorative - Sharon123-I picked salt! In Matthew 5:13 it says,"Ye are the salt of the earth". Salt is also thrown over the shoulder for good luck. In ancient times, salt was precious and used to preserve meats, fish, etc. , and it also heightens the flavor of many foods. It sure works in this recpe! :lol:

    Recipe #306861

    This salad would make a terrific addition to summer BBQs and picnics, it travels and holds well. The slightly sweet and spicy dressing gives the vegetables a welcome zing.

    Recipe #94107

    43 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Not a clue where I got this recipe. It makes for a nice change of pace and goes well with either chicken or fish.

    Recipe #90059

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