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    Zaar Essentials

    This cookbook comprises many of the recipes found on the Zaar that I just can't do without and wonder how I did without, things I make often, or something truly sublime for special occasions.
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    In response to a request for Christmas Pudding, I'm sending along a recipe which has been in our family for years. It's called Parson's Pudding. My sister-in-law makes a very similar Christmas Pudding but uses suet in her version (Suet Pudding). Parson's Pudding

    Recipe #4849

    27 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Drink this in place of coffee or tea. It tastes good and is an excellent source of iron, B vitamins and calcium.

    Recipe #118880

    I couldn't believe how dirty my watch and silver jewelry were when I tried this. Yuck! This saves money and is safe for you and the environment. The solution can be very drying to your hands so consider using rubber gloves or even tweezers to handle the jewelry. This recipe is from wire-sculpture.com.

    Recipe #180133

    This is always a huge hit at potluck meals.

    Recipe #93224

    This salad is a meal in itself, as it's so easy to eat ALL of it in one sitting!

    Recipe #12253

    Try using sautéed chicken breast meat, it's so much tastier than poached, (Recipe #226050 came with this recipe), from Cook's Country magazine, June/July 2007. We didn't use the cilantro because I hate the stuff.

    Recipe #226215

    This doesn't save time but it does make consistently al dente pasta every time (very important for folks in warm climates like mine in New Orleans). It cuts down on the steam you put out into your kitchen.

    Recipe #30358

    I had this marvelous cranberry sauce about 5 years ago at a friends house. Since I have Diabetes, I substituted Splenda for an equal amount of sugar...you could switch back if you like. I love this recipe and make it every year at Thanksgiving. It's best if you make it several days ahead to allow the flavors to blend. It's a step above the "norm".

    Recipe #78017

    My mother took an East Indian cooking class at our local college. When I was a teen she tried out the recipes she liked on us kids. I remember this salad being a favorite of ours. How authentically East Indian it is, I don't know, but it is good and I haven't seen any just like it.

    Recipe #159395

    A different and flavorful way to make pork. Also good with deboned, skinless chicken breasts. I got this from a diabetic cooking magazine but anyone will enjoy it.

    Recipe #43750

    These pickles are wonderful for busy people. No need to can. My husbands grandmother gave me this and they are just great whole family loves them.

    Recipe #10404

    8 Reviews |  By KJ

    Simple but tasty side dish.

    Recipe #15918

    This is a great appetizer, or pupu as they call them in Hawaii. Serve a platter of this with toothpicks. Decrease the amount of red pepper if you want it less spicy. This comes from Pupus, an Island Tradition by Sachi Fukuda. This makes about 4-6 appetizer servings

    Recipe #97687

    A lovely salad to enjoy through the colder months.

    Recipe #82261

    Adapted from a BHG recipe. Very easy and yummy, too.

    Recipe #80729

    Another selection for the 2005 World Tour. A simple and lovely dessert from West Africa.

    Recipe #134996

    22 Reviews |  By Derf

    The only way to cook corn!! juicy and sumptuous!! soak time 1 to 2 hours

    Recipe #31502

    Looking to add other grains to your diet? Try millet as a hot breakfast cereal. Note: I adopted this as an "authorless" recipe, as it was one I had tried and liked. I have changed the recipe from the original description that it made 2 servings; as I and both other reviewers at this time found that it really makes 1 serving. It can, however, be doubled very easily. I cook mine in my rice cooker which I recommend as a very easy way to make this.

    Recipe #65734

    Our milk here sours quickly and I would rather use it than throw it away. This was given to me when I was first married by my sister-in-law It's an old favourite.

    Recipe #2615

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