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One of our favorite Asian dishes, especially when served with homemade Chinese pancakes! The meat needs to marinate anywhere from 15 minutes to 8 hours ahead of time. I like to use my recipe for recipe #399018 along with this.

Recipe #399013

Recipe #428281

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Since we live in Colorado, I'm always on the lookout for high-altitude bread recipes. So much easier than figuring out conversions or taking chances with recipes designed for sea level! This one turns out great every time!

Recipe #411042

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Posted for ZWT6. Adapted from Sanjeev Kapoor's website to make four servings. If you don't have access to paneer, there are recipes on this site to make it homemade. I have listed the amchur (mango powder) as optional in case you can't find it. The type of cheese sprinkled on top is not specified, I would probably use more paneer.

Recipe #425226

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Since we live in Colorado, I'm always on the lookout for high-altitude bread recipes. It's so much easier than trying to figure out conversions or hope that the recipes designed for sea-level will work. This one turns out great every time! From the High Altitude Country Kitchen Volume 1

Recipe #411043

1 Reviews |  By noway

Quick lunch or light weeknight meal. Prep time does not include marinating the chicken.

Recipe #412363

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The third of three pasta pies from an old BH&G cookbook.

Recipe #399927

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Very good Greek stew, I love the addition of cinnamon to the meat! The original recipe also calls for 1 tsp salt, which I leave out as we try to reduce our sodium intake as much as possible. I also leave out the onions because I don't care for them and the stew still has plenty of flavor that way, in my opinion. We do this in the crock pot, but the original says that you can cook the stew in a heavy kettle, covered, for 1 1/2 hours.

Recipe #411040

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This recipe is a modification of a contest winner from Near East for original couscous creations. We omitted the green onion for personal tastes. I've only made it once, and it was a little bit bland using just the ingredients below, but was improved by putting some more lime juice on it. We will also try adding more cayenne pepper next time.

Recipe #259094

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The addition of five spice powder to the batter is what makes these Chinese pancakes special. I use these with my recipe #399013 *Note: The dough needs to chill for an hour prior to making the pancakes. The pancakes do not keep well left-over, but are delicious freshly made!

Recipe #399018

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Family tradition from hubby's side. Best cheesecake we have ever tasted! Very rich, but worth every calorie :) The secret to success is to add the eggs individually and mix each time. We have lightened it up with Neufchatel cheese and fat free sour cream with excellent results.

Recipe #399093

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Posted for ZWT6. Prep time does not include marinating overnight.

Recipe #425438

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My grandma's recipe. She was an excellent baker and she actually had a small business of selling these cakes. I have not made this yet because I don't have an angel food cake pan, but I ate it several times growing up, and it is absolutely wonderful, the fluffiest angel food I've ever had! Serve with whatever toppings you like, my favorite is fresh strawberries and whipped cream or vanilla ice cream!

Recipe #400567

1 Reviews |  By noway

Chicken in mushroom wine sauce over Swiss cheese-topped french bread!

Recipe #400650

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Now that the weather is getting warmer, I find myself looking forward to pasta salads and melon. Why not combine the two? One of my favorite pasta salads from BHG "Fresh and Simple Pasta Pronto". Swiss cheese can be substituted for the fontina.

Recipe #421995

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This recipe is on the back of the bag of Lundberg's white arborio, although I have made a few modifications for our taste, such as leaving out the onion. I recommend chicken broth instead of water because it adds a lot more flavor.

Recipe #259089

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We absolutely love bison! Since it is a rare treat, we prefer simple sauces that showcase the flavor of the bison. This is perfect for a romantic dinner :)

Recipe #399209

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Posted for ZWT6. Adapted from Sanjeev Kapoor's website. Marinated with yogurt and spices and cooked with chilies and onions in a walnut tomato cream sauce. The type of chicken used is not specified, I would use a mix of breasts and thighs.

Recipe #425232

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Posted for ZWT6: Great Britain. Stilton cheese is a British blue cheese. Adapted from Bon Appetit. The shrimp can be prepared up to 8 hours ahead of time and chilled on the baking sheet.

Recipe #429030

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From my mother-in-law. This carrot cake does not have a cream cheese frosting. I have not had this yet, but my hubby says it's wonderful. He says that he can't taste the bananas in the cake, but it's been years since he's had it, so that might be wrong. He says it's really good though.

Recipe #401198

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