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    Top 20 of '11

    In 2011, I tested a few new recipes from Food.com. These were my very favorite.

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    Black Bean Chicken is, perhaps, my favorite stir fry dish! The black beans give the chicken a wonderful nutty taste. Fast and easy to make, this can also be made with firm tofu so it's a delicious vegetarian dish. :) You can get fermented Chinese black beans in either sauce or whole bean form. This is an adapted recipe from Cooking Light, January 2004.

    Recipe #247607

    4 Reviews |  By Kris B.

    Hmmm...Those sour cherries in the fridge might be good in oatmeal. Yes, but what's even better than oatmeal? CHOCOLATE oatmeal. Thus black forest oatmeal was born. Try it topped with vanilla yogurt

    Recipe #240138

    An updated version of the UK's favorite sandwich. This recipe comes from my favorite cooking magazine Cook's Illustrated.

    Recipe #244262

    5 Reviews |  By CJAY

    Wanna feed your family a cheap and healthier dinner? Try these great enchilada’s made with just 1/2 pound of ground beef. ------

    Recipe #461052

    This is a Latin inspired recipe adapted from Cooking Light magazine. I sometimes can find cactus pads in Walmart.

    Recipe #139228

    I selected ingredients that represent a few continents to create a wonderful side dish of tender roasted potatoes and portabella mushrooms that get a lot of flavor from sweet onions and bell peppers strips, all brushed with savory seasonings. And the addition of dried chipotle chile adds a little heat (or more, depending on how much you wish to add). When making this dish, try a mix of half cream-skinned and half red-skinned fingerling potatoes for added color and appeal.

    Recipe #454925

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Not the typical open faced Danish sandwich, but using some of their ingredients like Havarti cheese, rye bread, pickles, and foolproof sweet and spicy bacon creating a taste bud awaking Danish grilled cheese.. Serve with pommes frites and a cold Carl Carlsberg or Tuborg beer. Made for Fall 2011 Craze-E

    Recipe #468462

    11 Reviews |  By Katzen

    Earl's Restaurant in Canada makes the most amazing Kung Pao - it's on their menu as chicken, but I had it made vegetarian, and wow, is it fantastic! Make it however you like... at Earl's, you order by the number of peppers... 1 for mild, 6 for scorching... I like 6! *Note* The peppers are not eaten, they're cooked in the sauce, and then removed. Passed along to my by a friend who I ate there with... she mentions that if you cannot find the peppers, you can sub them with 2 tsp chili paste and 1 1/2 tsp chili flakes (to taste.)

    Recipe #426332

    This is my vegetarian take on a great recipe -- recipe #191156 -- that was posted on Zaar by chef #324390!

    Recipe #370943

    The Gibson House was a well known restaraunt in the Bay area of CA in the 60's & 70's. The chef who created it said it was good on everything except strawberries!

    Recipe #439081

    8 Reviews |  By Maito

    Ingredient amounts are approximate. There are lots of optional ingredients, depending on what you like. Feel free to substitute an equal amount of bottled vinaigrette for the oil and vinegar.

    Recipe #251415

    A tasty soup common to the Arabian Gulf. I prefer to use dried black loomi over the lighter Iraqi/Iranian sold variety as I find they impart a stronger flavouring. This recipe has been modified over time to how we enjoy it most. The original recipe being from The Complete Middle East Cookbook by Tess Mallos.

    Recipe #452674

    14 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This is a lower fat alternative to chili. It is nicely seasoned, tastes great on a cold winter day and freezes well. This makes a delicious meal served with cornbread or crusty rolls. As this makes quite a bit, I usually put it into 2-quart containers, cool and freeze. The night before I am going to serve it, I put it in the refrigerator and allow it to defrost. Then heat and enjoy!

    Recipe #199210

    1 Reviews |  By KateL

    Entered for safe-keeping. From Womans World, 6/01/09. Calls for Newman's "Lighten Up! Light Lime Vinaigrette". Flaxseed is unbelievably good for women, in particular, with "good" fat and fiber, linked with reduction in cholesterol and cancer risk; however, flaxseed is perishable and should be stored in the refrigerator -- buy the best available. This recipe has lots of good tasting good-for-you ingredients, enjoy!

    Recipe #374302

    Quick, easy and very tasty. Unfortunately not my creation ( gosh darn it), this comes from our very famous Paula Deen.

    Recipe #441690

    Don't know where I got this, but even my 2 boys would eat it when they were growing up. SOOOO simple, but great tasting! Prep time includes 1 hour marinating time.

    Recipe #388272

    These cookies are tall and hold their shape. I have tried bunches of recipes and after a little tweaking it is my favorite. The lemon juice helps to activate the baking soda, producing a softer, chewier cookie. The original recipe calls for putting the oats into a blender or food processor until finely ground. I have never done that as I think the oats add texture. The prep time is a guess as I have never really figured it out. These freeze great too.

    Recipe #334656

    2 Reviews |  By Julie F

    This came from BH&G (April 2009). The vinaigrette can be made ahead and refrigerated, and the Spinach Ravioli Salad goes together quickly for a speedy meal.

    Recipe #363635

    This recipe is from Cowboy Ciao in Scottsdale, AZ. The best salad I've ever tasted!

    Recipe #206039

    Was tired of the same old recipes and needed something to spark some interest in zucchini and came up with this.

    Recipe #364707


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