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    My mother taught me this basic technique for several vegetables. It can be used also with broccoli and gai lan for example. The result is a crisper texture at the end. The only unauthentic part of the recipe is using garlic salt instead of fresh garlic (but you can easily substitute back!)

    Recipe #380995

    I'm pretty lazy but also like low fat food. I made it up using spice cake mix so I don't have to worry about baking powder, spices, etc, and I leave out the oil. Use less water but the same number of eggs per the box. My husband likes this with cream cheese frosting (not so low fat unfortunately), and it is fast to make. It is a little dense in consistency. I used 8 inch round pans and so the times below are for that size (i.e. follow temperature & times according to box). I have also tried it with apple instead of pumpkin.

    Recipe #195204

    I put in random spices from my kitchen. Probably not all necessary. I used pork since I don't eat beef. Tasted hot and yummy. Note: I like things saltier than most people, so adjust to your taste.

    Recipe #108463

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