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    This is a healthy way to prepare chicken without losing a lot of flavour. You can use the exact same recipe and technique with turkey breasts, salmon fillets, etc. The measurements for the flavourings inside are approximate - adjust to your own taste. Wrapping the chicken breasts in cling film prevents the flavours and seasonings from being washed away.

    Recipe #465097

    This is a variation of a recipe I learned from You can do the chicken with skin on or off - up to you. Or mix with drumsticks or whatever you have. I use extra garlic and chilli flakes but use less if you prefer. You could use the juice from an orange or just use ready-prepared orange juice if you are lazy like me. When I say Turkish pepper, I mean the longer skinnier type, about the size of a regular carrot. I have lots of Turkish grocery stores in my neighbourhood and they sell all kinds of peppers. Any of them will do - some are a bit sweet and others a bit spicy, but you don't want the firey type. The chicken will give off some of its own fat and mix with the lime and orange juice. This is nice to pour over some baby potatoes on the side.

    Recipe #462784

    I got this out of a Tesco's magazine. I use less oil than is suggested her - up to you. Typically a salad dressing has three parts oil to one part vinegar or citrus, but I usually invert that in order to use less oil. This is good on salad but also on steamed baby potatoes as a side. Either way I like to sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds before serving.

    Recipe #460908

    I got this from a Tesco's magazine. I usually add extra red chilli to make it spicier. You can also decrease the sunflower oil if you prefer. Another option is to add mint or coriander. Top your salad with toasted sesame seeds too.

    Recipe #460907

    I found this recipe in one of the London Sunday papers. It's extremely quick and easy. Serve with a couple steamed vegetables drizzled with toasted sesame oil and lemon juice and you're done.

    Recipe #441922

    This recipe was given to me by a friend when we both lived in Montreal. It's amazing and vegan too (depending on the kind of peanut butter you use). Tastes good with shitake mushrooms. I use miso broth to cook the quinoa.

    Recipe #257249

    This recipe is DELICIOUS. It's an adaptation of the original from "The New Laurel's Kitchen" (1985: Ten Speed Press). We made it for the first time a week ago, more or less inhaled it, then had to make some more. Use it in sandwiches, in wraps, on crackers, etc. You could use pinto or kidney beans in place of the black beans. You could also use 1/4 if a green pepper in place of chili pepper if you're nervous about spice.

    Recipe #164525

    There's an organic bakery that uses locally-sourced ingredients called Bread & Sons in Ottawa, Ontario at the corner of Cooper and Bank. They sell delicious organic date squares made with millet. I tried to find a recipe but couldn't so I made up my own instead. Mine aren't identical to Bread & Sons', but I think my recipe is pretty successful all the same. The millet gives the date square a crunchy texture that's really nice. I've lowered the butter and sugar content of typical date squares, but you could increase it if you prefer. Also, where I use 3/8 cup all-purpose flour, 3/8 cup buckwheat flour, 1/8 cup ground flax seed and 1/8 cup wheat bran (for a total of 1 cup), you could simplify it by using just 1 cup of all-purpose flour. I'd love to receive feedback on how I could improve this recipe. Please leave comments!

    Recipe #163210

    Everyone always loves this soup, which I call my "winter cold fighting soup" because of the ingredients. I also love it because it costs next to nothing to make. The original recipe came from Vegitarian Times, January 2003.

    Recipe #87099

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