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    This meal is simple to make and delicious. A great substitution at Christmas if you don't want the labour of preparing a turkey dinner. Using dried cranberries instead of raisins adds great colour to the dish. I use the ingredient amounts and cooking times as estimates and vary them to suit the size of the pork tenderloin. I sometimes also add some fruity wine vinegar to the apple mixture for some added flavour.

    Recipe #92914

    This is a tasty dressing that can be used on salads or as a marinade.

    Recipe #92915

    I created this dish as a low fat, low carb alternative to pasta. It fills the pasta cravings, is healthy and it really tastes good!

    Recipe #100318

    This recipe came from Food and Wine Magazine, September 2003. It is a delicious and impressive dessert to serve but very simple and quick to make. They take only 12 minutes to bake and the centres of these chocolate cakes ooze hot, gooey chocolate. This recipe makes 4 servings and requires 6 ounce ramikins. A variation of this dessert is to simply add a chocolate to the centre. Fill the ramikin half way, place a chocolate of your choice in the centre, then fill the rest of the ramikin. It's also easy to halve this recipe if just serving two people. Update - just made a gluten free version of this with rice flour - turned out great but a tad bit more runny than usual.

    Recipe #92910


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