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    A great side dish to chicken or fish. Also perfect as a dessert; feel free to add scoop of ice cream. I have actually cooked these on high heat in a frying pan with great results as well! Note that the calorie is less that what's posted, as you will not use up all of the milk or sugar. Recipe revised from How to Grill by Steven Raichlen.

    Recipe #368435

    A tea time recipe that sounds easy and delicious found on http://www.godsglory.org/Recipes.htm. States "The following recipes are some traditional favorites in South Africa." Feel free to use Splenda in place of the sugar (I have done this with good results).

    Recipe #456764

    A delicious and easy sounding recipe from www.congocookbook.com posted for ZWT7. It says that you may sub out the spinach with cassava leaves ( Feuilles de Manioc), kale, collards, turnip greens or similar as long as you make sure they are cleaned, stems removed, and parboiled. It says this dish would typically be served with Fufu.

    Recipe #456763

    Recipe from Epicurian.com. Both sound wonderful! Lots of ingredients but you could throw both versions together very quickly! Red and Pink Dips can be prepared 48 hours in advance. Store covered in refrigerator.

    Recipe #456628

    One of a few winners of Cooking Light Magazine's Ultimate Reader Recipe Contest, Jan/Feb 2010. So good! This is a great vegetarian lunch or a perfect pack and go side dish for a pot luck!

    Recipe #406859

    Recipe from fruitguys.com and they adapted it from a recipe found on livestrong.com. This week our organic fruit box has fresh turmeric so i am going to try this out in the morning!

    Recipe #450971

    This is a no-cook, fast and delicious salad that can be made ahead. What a wonderful lunch this makes!! Modified from a recipe that I found in Prevention magazine. Next time I am going to throw in some chopped dried apricots too!

    Recipe #446940

    Efo is the Nigerian word for Spinach I believe. The recipe comes from The Food Network. Feel free to substitute vegetable bouillon cubes to make this vegetarian/vegan.

    Recipe #307521

    From The Food Network, it states that this is a traditional Nigerian dinner. Sounds pretty good!

    Recipe #307519

    Recipe from the Food Network. States that this is a traditional Nigerian dinner. You have to plan ahead (to soak the beans), but otherwise it comes together quite quickly. And it's vegetarian to boot!

    Recipe #307518


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