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    25 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Nothing's impossible. This pie is very possible, both to make and to enjoy.

    Recipe #16479

    One of DH favorites, he can't get enough! Have a loaf of crusty Italian bread rubbed with some roasted garlic to go with this along with some Caesar salad! Mmmmmm....... :)

    Recipe #28094

    A good blend. A main course for 2 or a side dish for 4.

    Recipe #40280

    A vegetarian alternative to this Mexican favorite. My parents are a little leary of my non-meat dishes, but they love Mexican food. And this was a big hit. I was happy...

    Recipe #61851

    I always keep a large bag of frozen baby artichokes in the freezer because I like to use them in so many different recipes...like this one.

    Recipe #62792

    I created this recipe through modifications of other hummus recipes. It suits my family's taste just right and is healthier than others I have seen. My tip is to drain all the oil off the tahini when you first purchase it. We eat it with honey wheat pretzel rods.

    Recipe #91710

    To save time this may be prepared earlier in the day to be baked later, careful not to overcook the cauliflower and the pasta as it will become too soft when cooked in the oven --- this is also great using broccoli

    Recipe #96685

    5 Reviews |  By ladypit

    I had planned to make something nice for dinner tonight but a headache overcame me and I decided to scale down. Using a suggestion in a magazine as a jumping off point, I made this up. It was quite tasty! Serve this over rice or noodles. We liked "no yolk" egg noodles (the ones made only with egg whites so there is no cholestorol) but many other options would work.

    Recipe #98962


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