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    A very simple tomato-based rice side dish recipe from Turkey. From turkishcookbook.com. A flavorful, freshly picked from the garden, preferably organic tomato works best for this recipe. *Update* 17 June 2011: Last week I prepared this substituting quinoa for the rice. Rinse the quinoa first as directed in Step #1 and proceed with recipe as written. The quinoa was completely cooked and liquid evaporated in about 25 minutes.

    Recipe #427221

    Back in 1993 my DM and I became lifetime members of WW. She revised the 0 point soup recipe. She won 1st place with it at her Office "Soup Cookoff" one year. I just dug it out because now I need it again. Zaar is not kind to your waist line. I also have revised her revision. It called for a can of Cajun stewed tomatoes which I can no longer locate. I now use 1 tsp Cajun spice but food.com won't accept it. Also changed a few other items to my liking.

    Recipe #278655

    Tonight's supper - Grated hardboiled eggs, with a sprinkling of zaatar, some grated cheese, a smattering of green onions and red juicy tomatoes, topped with a drizzle of olive oil. Now if that doesn't make your mouth water. I used to despise eggs;this I adore. My friend's husband takes credit for this tasty dish. It was love at first sight and first bite. Presentation is simple but amazing. It is a layered dish that is eaten with Arabic pita bread. The magic ingredient is za'atar which can be found in Middle Eastern grocery stores. Also, here is a link to a recipe for za'atar from RecipeZaar member Evelyn/Athens: http://www.recipezaar.com/Zaatar-65710

    Recipe #364133

    During Christmas, we were on holiday in Scotland. I asked my mother-in-law, "Have you ever made a dish called "rumbledethump? They're talking about it on a website. (Zaar)" She laughed and said, "That old thing! We ate it as kids and when newly married! I haven't made it in years!" She explained that if you asked a 100 Scottish women to make this dish, you'd come up with 100 variations. Some use onions, some use chives. Some boil their cabbage, some fry it. Other's add turnips or parsnips or carrots. But however you make it, this is Comfort Food at it's highest elevation. I watched her make it from scratch, took notes and asked questions. The end result is her version, which comes from the Loch Lomond area of Scotland. What I love about this variation is the great contrast between the tangy tomato topping and the incredible richness of the cabbage/onion/potato filling. Top it with cheese and you have some of America's favourite flavours: tomato, cheese and potato. I should know: I ate three pieces the first time that I ate her version! So, from Scotland to America, here is my Mother-in-Law, Mary McFadden's, Rumbledethump recipe. ****I have changed the measurements from metric to U.S. sizes and also used potatoes and cheese that are easily found in the U.S.

    Recipe #406284

    This is from 365 Low Fat Recipes. Posting for ZWT3. Middle East. Add currants and/or sliced scallions if you’d like.

    Recipe #231601

    A brilliant way to cook fresh pumpkin; oven roasted with olive oil, cumin & black pepper - this makes a lovely Autumn vegetable side dish AND also freezes well too. I ALWAYS make my pumpkin soup from this roasted pumpkin, it gives it a richer & deeper flavour that you don't often get with tinned or boiled pumpkin. I add cumin powder OR seeds, but this recipe works well with other herbs and spices too - the choice is yours!

    Recipe #193241

    A fun variation on nachos! I adapted this to our tastes from a recipe card found at the grocery store. I love how filling it is, so it could be used as an appetizer or as a hardy snack... even a meal with a lovely salad!

    Recipe #350781

    If you love Greek salads you will love this, it's an absolute must made with garden ripe tomatoes! I use the dressing from my recipe#66596 but you may use your own favorite dressing, the cucumber is only optional I like to add some in, plan ahead this salad must be chilled at least 3 hours before serving or up to 6 hours. Serve this salad with crusty bread on the side to dip into the juice, you may also serve the tomatoes with juice on a bed of lettuce.

    Recipe #146205

    You can garnish as you desire with chopped tomatoes, olives, cucumbers or feta cheese. If your lemons are large, one will do.

    Recipe #424271

    6 Reviews |  By Katzen

    The only tomato sauce I make - really easy and really good!!

    Recipe #281857

    This is a wonderful vegetarian dish! If desired, regular mushrooms may be substituted for the portabellos, but the regular mushrooms should be sautéed first to release any moisture, To make things easier, you may Classico pasta sauce for this recipe or just use your own favorite sauce --- prep time includes boiling the pasta.

    Recipe #95330

    This makes the chicken come out sooo juicy and so delicious! The kind of glass bottle you need is similar to the glass coke and sprite bottles, or any glass juice bottle around that size. Of course, you can season your chicken with any spices you like, I just list the recommended spices. **Preparation time doesn't include the time for the chicken to marinate, if you want it to marinate.

    Recipe #323950

    A traditional Middle Eastern salad served all the way to Sudan. It's simple and DH likes it a lot since he likes mushrooms. Modified from a recipe found on allrecipes.com posted by IMANKAY. Note: Sumac is available as a ground spice in Middle Eastern markets, it comes from the dried berries of a shrub that grows wild in Mediterranean. The taste is sour, fruity and astringent.

    Recipe #436995

    Although the time to make this is little bite of heaven is teadious - it is well worth the compliments - these can be stored for up to a week plus in the refridgerator

    Recipe #306903

    I adopted this recipe from Mean Chef.

    Recipe #60119

    This is a really simple dish that is very satisfying, especially during Ramdan. My brothers never really got full off of just rice and beans, so I would always make fried chicken with this dish to fill their bellies :) Enjoy!

    Recipe #322497

    From Bon Appètit August 1996. Easy!

    Recipe #349095

    A creamy vegetable, with added taste to suit all the family. easy and versatile

    Recipe #227638

    From our local newspaper. The few changes I made were to use basmati rice for plain white rice. You could use jasmine rice if you wish. Most importantly, the original recipe said to cook the pudding three to four hours, but in my Proctor Silex slow cooker, the rice was done in two hours. (I don't know if the reason that happened may have been that I started with hot cooked rice.)

    Recipe #191142

    This is a great version of fried chicken and goes great with any salad!

    Recipe #434734

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