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    This is a recipe that I adapted from a recipe my MIL made while I was in India. It is FABULOUS, and is even served for breakfast quite often in her house! (I could eat it for every meal LOL) I donut know the actual name of the chilies they use, but at home I generally use either 2 of the small chiles labeled "hot green chiles" from the market, or I use serranos. The ginger I generally just run over my microplane.

    Recipe #116878

    This is an extremely flavourful curry. Vegetarians can use vegetable broth instead of chicken broth. Kids really like this too (with less pepper). Serve with basmati as a side to a more elaborate dinner, or alone, for a simple meal.

    Recipe #76768

    From Scandinavianfood.about.com. An option is to sprinkle in 1/4 cup crisply fried bacon and serve in lieu of baked potatoes with steak or fish.

    Recipe #504587

    I got this recipe from the Cooks.com website. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks like other types of salad that I like. Prep/cook time does not include time to hard boil the eggs.

    Recipe #503886

    I thought this recipe was not only easy to make, it was fantastic. I made it for my lunch today. It is from the VeganDadblogspot.com. While the chickpea cakes were good on their own, I thought they were even better with Recipe #503808 (not vegan) dolloped on top. A remoulade sauce would also probably be very good. Vegan Dad said he made these mild in order to be kid friendly. I increased the cayenne (several pinches) and I used a couple teaspoons of hot sauce. Do what suits your tastes. He served for dinner along with a rice dish. Vegan Dad also says if you have trouble forming the patties (I didn't), add some more cornstarch to hold it all together. Mine held their shape throughout the frying. Prep time includes 30 minute chill time.

    Recipe #503810

    From the Williams-Sonoma "Steak and Chop" cookbook. DH and I made these a few nights ago and thought they were delicious! We let them rest at room temperature for about an hour. Prep time includes up to an hour to let the meat rest and the half hour for soaking the rosemary.

    Recipe #301043

    DH and I really enjoyed this flavorful orzo salad from my Stonewall Kitchen "Harvest" cookbook. I served it as a side to Bobby Flay's Recipe #426408 426408, for a nice meatless meal. DH and I agreed that we could see this really being a hit at summer BBQs. Interestingly, while the zip of the vinegar was really nice and pronounced when I served it shortly after making, the flavor was less intense when I had some for leftovers the next day, so I would plan on eating this salad the same day to get the most flavor from it. We didn't make with the edible flowers. We chilled for about 30-40 minutes before serving. Prep time includes chill time in the fridge--I read the directions below to mean chill for 30 minutes before serving it, but maybe I was reading it wrong? Either way it was good!.

    Recipe #426403

    DH and I made this for dinner last night and thought it was excellent. Another winner from Keiko O Aoki's "Easy and Healthy Japanese Food for the American Kitchen." DH and I doubled the green onions and found the salmon had to cook for significantly longer (about 20 mins) than what was posted in the recipe (though we realize oven heating times vary). This was very easy and required very little prep. I should mention that I always use reduced sodium soy sauce (I prefer San-J Tamari).

    Recipe #298078

    DH and I had this recipe for dinner last night and loved the spicy cream sauce for our filets. I am posting the recipe as it appears in the Williams-Sonoma "Steak and Chop" book; however, DH and I grilled our steak on the BBQ and DH added a bit of steak fat that he chopped off of the filet to the pan on the stovetop for the cream sauce.

    Recipe #326423

    DH and I really enjoyed this different way of preparing salmon. From Keiko O Aoki's "Easy and Healthy Japanese Food for the American Kitchen." It should be noted that DH and I skinned the salmon filets and it turned out great, but I am posting the recipe as it appears in the book. Also, make sure to use low sodium soy sauce. Even with this, I found the dish to be a little salty and might skip the teaspoon of salt next time to see how it turns out.

    Recipe #283675

    DH made this drink for me found on the Rampant Scotland site. Since the recipe is originally posted in metric, we did the following for a much larger drink and ease of measurement: 1 oz Drambuie, 1 oz Grand Marnier, 1 oz Bailey's Irish Cream, 4 tsp milk

    Recipe #425647

    From Keiko O' Aoki's "Easy and Healthy Japanese Food for the American Kitchen." According to the book, this is a great party food that pairs perfectly with wine and beer. DH and I tried this last night while making sushi. We really enjoyed it and agreed it would make a great party appetizer. It was also really easy! We used canola oil and frozen edamame, microwaved per the package's directions.

    Recipe #280527

    I prepared this easy, tasty dish for dinner last night. I think it is the best Moroccan lamb chop recipe that I have tried to date. It is from the Williams-Sonoma "Food and Wine Pairing" book. They suggest serving this dish with a spicy Syrah blend or Zinfandel. Owing to the weather, I prepared this on my stove top over medium heat in a grill pan versus on the BBQ and it still turned out well, though I cooked it a few minutes longer than the recipe suggested. Prep time does not include the 2 hours the dish needs to stand at room temperature to marinate.

    Recipe #340342

    This recipe from December 2010 Bon Appetit was just as good as it looked. DH and I really enjoyed it. Thanks to many of the ingredients going into the food processor, prep was not too laborious. Although the recipe did not specify, we served over jasmine rice, which worked really well.

    Recipe #446582

    This is a quick and easy glaze with a spicy, smoky flavor that we make often for our pork chops. From the Black Dog Tavern's Summer on the Vineyard recipe book.

    Recipe #259891

    This is my fiance and my favorite lamb chili recipe. We like our dishes hot, so this is pretty spicy. I got this recipe from "The Chili Cookbook" by Norman Kolpas.

    Recipe #217574

    I got this easy, delicious recipe from a friend, whose friend used to serve this in her restaurant in Ireland (hence my name for the dish). The addition of fresh cilantro is key to the flavor of this dish in my opinion.

    Recipe #275413

    DH and I made this recipe from the February 2009 edition of Bon Appetit a few nights ago and really enjoyed it. We usually prepare our lamb chops on the grill, but I thought that this recipe would lend itself well when grilling is just not practical. I am posting the recipe as printed in Bon Appetit, however, DH suggested that next time I chop the rosemary and thyme leaves, rather than lightly crush them with my mortar and pestel. Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #385345

    I got this recipe long ago from another site and DH and I have made this many times over the years. It has a really nice creamy flavor.

    Recipe #275436

    This has become a quick and easy favorite that we frequently make on the grill. Despite the ease of prep, it is bursting with flavor. It is from the Black Dog Tavern's Summer on the Vineyard Cookbook.

    Recipe #258767

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