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    A rich elegant meal in minutes. This is a two step process, make the crepes; then the lobster filling. See Recipe #223347 for a quick and easy method to steam the lobster. For the crepes go to Recipe #233067.

    Recipe #386940

    A fragrant Thai spice paste that's based on fresh cilantro/coriander leaves, mint, garlic and ginger. This paste can take the place of fresh ginger and coriander/cilantro in a recipe. A welcome addition to curry or spicy recipes. Recipe from The Complete Asian Cookbook.

    Recipe #388210

    This rich buttery sweet bread is perfect not only for brioche (which makes wonderful french toast), but can also be used to makes chocolate or jam filled Beignets. and Pecan Caramel Rolls. Recipe comes from the Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day cookbook. Total time indicated includes fermentation time, but DOES NOT include chilling time.

    Recipe #388367

    These pizza rolls are made with the dough made with Recipe #387518. I've given a couple different fillings, however the recipe can easily be modified to fit your family's taste. Great for lunches!

    Recipe #388861

    We love tamales but they are such a pain to make so I came up with this recipe; its a combination of Recipe #191472 and Recipe #168006. I've made it with both masa harina and cornmeal, and prefer the cornmeal that has been ground very fine. Garnish the casserole with Recipe #171578

    Recipe #389770

    These are the instructions on how to make the best hard rolls/buns from Recipe #309834. Mix up the dough at least 24 hours before you want to make the rolls. I bake mine in english muffin rings, however they can also be made in a muffin-top pan or free formed into minature boules. The ingredients for Recipe #309834 is included to help calculate the nutritional contents of the rolls, please go to the recipe for the instructions to mix up the dough. The beauty of this recipe is you can make as many rolls/buns needed!

    Recipe #390905

    The best part of the muffin is the top! The kids will love them! Started out as a William and Sonoma recipe however I made modifications. The only special equipment needed is a muffin-top pan, or they could be baked in english muffin rings.

    Recipe #390935

    So easy to make and healthy too! Recipe came from the Rennet package, which is available at health food store, and some supermarkets. Please read all the insturctions before beginning. I've found it easier to use a crockpot, however I've included the directions for preparing on the stovetop. Note however, you will need to assemble a double-boiler of sorts. It's for this reason that I found the crockpot worked best.

    Recipe #391204

    A great appetizer and easy to make using Recipe #303928 for the dough.

    Recipe #396158

    The perfect dessert for an Asian inspired dinner! Found this recipe on Epicurious.com. Cooking time includes chilling time for the custard.

    Recipe #400492

    Amazing flavor and so easy to make! This is a sweet bread similar to banana bread in texture. Serve warm with cinnamon butter or cream cheese. Make it plain or add craisins, dates, nuts, or let your imagine go wild. If you are not weighing the flour besure to spoon the flour into the measuring cup; it's important to have the correct amount of flour otherwise you'll be disappointed! Original recipe was found on Simply Recipes, however I've made a few adjustments!

    Recipe #417703

    After a long night crossing The Sea of Cortez I came up with this version of a frittata. Mix together and pop in the oven, what could be easier! Bacon or ham could be substituted for the sausage.

    Recipe #416754

    When not in Mexico I use this recipe to make my own Arrachera Beef, a marinaded flank steak. The beef is perfect for tacos, fajitas or chili. Please note that cooking time is actually the minimum time needed to marinade.

    Recipe #425640

    While in Mexico each winter I usually enter at least one chili contest. I'm getting closer to first place. . . this was my (2nd Place) entry in the 2010 LoretoFest Chili Contest. This recipe is written for a pressure cooker, but can also be made on the stove-top. Adjust cooking times accordingly. If unable to find Arrachera Beef see Recipe #425640 to make your own.

    Recipe #425644

    Added orzo pasta to the recipe to make this a heartier main course.

    Recipe #427446

    Perfect accompaniment to beef, pork or lamb. Found in Real Simple magazine.

    Recipe #428385

    With recent success cooking with beer, I find myself obsessed with different types of dishes. The original recipe comes from Epicurious however I've modified to use candied ginger, which i usually have on hand

    Recipe #428729

    Serve as the main course or with chicken breast. Original recipe from Buitoni, but of course, I've embelished a bit!

    Recipe #428483

    This is comfort food at our house! Original recipe comes from The Gourmet Cookbook, however I've modified to make it my own! Enjoy!

    Recipe #433823

    These rolls are so easy to make and tasty too! Original recipe comes from thepioneerwoman.com however I've converted it to use instant yeast. If using regular yeast, increase by 25%. To obtain less sweet rolls, I reduce the sugar slightly.

    Recipe #433922

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