This is a modified version of a recipe here called The Best Chili You Will Ever Taste (http://www.recipezaar.com/The-Best-Chili-You-Will-Ever-Taste-73166). Thanks for this terrific recipe! This vegetarian version is delicious! Cook longer if you like. Reheats very well.
This recipe is a (very) slightly adapted version of a recipe from Real Simple magazine, Jan. 2009. It was voted No. 9 in a list of readers 50 favorite recipes! It is delicious and SO easy! Buy your salmon fillets fresh (with skin) and you won't get that fishy smell at all! I baked the salmon when I made this recipe, but I have also included instructions for grilling outdoors. The cedar plank adds a wonderful, smoky flavor. It should be 7 x 14 x 1/3 inches. I found cedar planks in the meat department of my local grocery store. You must soak the cedar plank in water for no less than 30 minutes before use. Prep time includes soaking time.
Great for a breakfast or dessert! Serve warm with whipped cream cheese for a decadent treat. If you don't have pumpkin-pie spice on-hand, this is the recipe: 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon, 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger, 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg, 1/8 teaspoon ground allspice. I always add raisins to my muffins, but walnuts are good too!
Delicious, sweet, and aromatic cookies. My little brother closes his eyes when he eats them and thinks they taste like Trix cereal. I think they just taste delightful. The first time I made this recipe I spilled 1/3 bottle of the orange extract in the bowl. The cookies were still great. If you are partial to orange flavor, add a full tablespoon instead of the recommended amount below.
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