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    The ingredients read "½ vegetable bouillon cube" but it's really "however much dry vegetable broth mix required to prepare one cup of broth as per package directions."

    Recipe #398932

    Use the full-fat, Balkan yoghurt, or the sauce is too watery. It is good served on a bed or jasmine rice, or perhaps with naan or some kind of dipping bread.

    Recipe #398348

    I didn't mark a "cuisine" for these, because they're a real Heinz 57! Dolmades are Middle Eastern/Greek, but these are my strange variation. Most people don't know, that you can pick your own grape leaves early in the spring, while they're tender, and just pickle them in water and vinegar - there's nothing special about the grape leaves you buy in the store. They reheat just fine in the microwave.

    Recipe #393928

    I found myself with a partial can of sweetened-condensed milk, and just couldn't let it go to waste. Sadly, you have to use bagged tea or this just won't work. If you have your own tea bags/pouches, you can bag whatever loose leaf flavours you wish! Check out the "winning combinations" at the bottom, to see which variations I've tried and love. You can make this recipe without a rice cooker, but rice cookers >> pots.

    Recipe #382590

    I recommend using a soft feta, such as Balkan or Macedonian; definitely not Canadian. I most like the flavours of the Balkan yoghurts. If it's too dry, you may want to add a teaspoon or two of olive oil. It really depends on the feta you use.

    Recipe #378023

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