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    A simple dinner with a Japanese spin.

    Recipe #175120

    This is a lower fat version of biscotti which my husband makes all the time to rave reviews. The reason is it lower in fat is because no butter or oil is used. Unfortunately, it is not low in calories because of all the sugar, but if you replace it with Splenda. This is a really simple recipe. The long instructions are just for the baking. Great when dunked in coffee, milk or red wine!

    Recipe #173304

    I was looking for virgin mojito recipe and was unable to find it on Recipezaar. Hence a wider search on the wild, wild web. And Wallah! Found an interesting looking one on the Food and Wine Magazine's website! Have yet to try it but I'm definitely sure the next time I have a little get-together, this will definitely be on my drink menu!

    Recipe #171360

    I love this dish. It's called Chiang Mai Curry with Chicken. I learnt this when I was at the 'Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School'in Thailand. The reason it is healthier than the other Thai curries is that it doesn't contain coconut milk. I usually whip this dish up when friends come a-calling and they love it! It can be a tad spicey- it all depends on the type of red curry paste you use. It's really easy to prepare (takes about 10 minutes, the rest of the time is the marinating time.

    Recipe #160126

    Had a lot of daikon in the fridge and I wanted to try something different. Came across this recipe some time ago and loved it.

    Recipe #133124


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