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    4 Reviews |  By *Z*

    I found this recipe online when I was looking for something to do with my Swai fillets. Swai is similar to catfish with its white flesh, but has a milder flavor and more delicate texture. The recipe came from Milk & Honey Naturals. The fish stayed nice and tender (not dry at all) and the broiling at the end crisped up the bacon nicely.

    Recipe #491703

    A wonderful Latin salsa the incorporates raw, or actually "citrus seared" fish. It is extremely healthy and delicious! AND easy to make!

    Recipe #426410

    Bon Appétit | September 2007 Healthy healthy healthy.

    Recipe #268967

    Vegan version of French classic Beef Bourguignon

    Recipe #434451

    The tofu gives it a really creamy texture

    Recipe #335926

    19 Reviews |  By Redsie

    Love, love, love the taste of curry! Easy recipe with a nice blend of spices! Different way to use chickpeas! Found this recipe in a Jean Paré cookbook and adapted it a bit.

    Recipe #159633

    36 Reviews |  By mewmew

    This recipe was my wonderful mother's. Having been raised in California, we ate avocados every day. This is one of my husband's favorites. It can also be used on a sandwich and recently I actually smashed it up and filled eggs with it. A big hit with my friends.

    Recipe #88433

    This gluten-free, grain-free cake is quick and easy healthy dessert for the whole family. Here's the full recipe:

    Recipe #368323

    Recipe #213905

    According to Diane Kochilas, author of The Glorious Foods of Greece, from whom I adapted this recipe, you can find this dish, Makarounes Tis Kassou, in many of the Dodecanese Islands. She says it's one of the best and easiest dishes in Greek cooking--I don't know if that's true, but I know this is delicious--sweet onions, tart yogurt, lovely texture. The key is the right yogurt--use Greek yogurt if possible, sheep's milk yogurt is the best, or use plain yogurt that you sit in a sieve and drain until it becomes lovely and thick. The only thing missing from this dish is a bit of color and I have found that adding some fresh Greek oregano or some fresh thyme does wonders both in terms of taste and presentation.

    Recipe #122928

    14 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    You will find no canned soup in this recipe. This is an adaption of my dad's recipe that I enhanced with sour cream and cheddar cheese.

    Recipe #305262

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Pureeing the veggies in the food processor makes for faster chopping time, no peeling of tomatoes and a finer chunk salsa. Always start with high quality organic ingredients. Plum tomatoes are a better choice because they are meatier and less juice producing a thicker salsa. Don't use over ripe tomatoes. The tequila can be omitted with wonderful results. But when used gives a slight smokiness. The smoky, woody flavor is more evident in Añejo tequila. Try Paradiso has a smoky, smooth flavor.

    Recipe #461852

    Adapted slightly from Family Circle. When I made this, I used gluten-free corn pasta. Makes a nice casserole.

    Recipe #462674

    Perfect for juicy summertime berries.

    Recipe #239462

    This is a perfect combination of tastes. Don't be afraid of the salt and the salted almonds used in the recipe. A bit of salt helps to enhance the chocolate flavor. The recipe (without the almonds) is from the book "The Perfect Scoop" by David Lebovitz. The passive work time is about waiting to chill and freeze. I don't include the time your ice cream maker needs to make the ice cream, as this depends on your machine, but it shouldn't be more than 40 minutes. I also don't include ice cream maker freezing preparation time (if you have a non-electric one).

    Recipe #229990

    Recipe #443822

    From Family Circle, "A melting pot of traditions go into Creole dishes French, Spanish, African and Native American originating in the Louisiana Bayou." Adapted slightly.

    Recipe #460843

    A great, pretty healthy recipe for those with food allergies. This puts the "Delicious" into "Delicious and Nutritious."

    Recipe #371192

    I found this recipe on a baking blog that I frequently read. These cookies have a Southwest flair that satify a chocolate craving with a little spicy kick! The original recipe called for 2 cups of nuts, roughly chopped and toasted, but I don't really care for nuts in cookies, so I never make them that way.

    Recipe #372085

    Found in 500 (Practically) Fat Free One Pot Meals from library.

    Recipe #416784

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