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    A perfect dipping sauce or condiment to chinese and thai dishes. Or if you're like me and like a kick to your fish sticks!

    Recipe #446428

    When it was nice and hot out one spring day I decided I needed a dessert to go with my star meal. Stuffed Cornish Hen with Balsamic Reduction. I thought I have lemon pudding mix at home. What could go with that? I turned the corner in the grocery store and saw it Angel Food Cake. I didn't have a lot of time and I knew that I wouldn't finish it so I thought Cupcakes. I bought a box of Pillsbury angel food, some seedless raspberry jam, Cool whip and took it home to make it. It turned out so delicious I ended up eating half the batch. I do warn you though. You do need a large bowl because this will double in size when you add the water. And unless you're serving all of them immediately I would put the mousse in as many cupcakes as you will need at the moment. The angel food will hold and it's best cold anyway. Enjoy!

    Recipe #421126

    This recipe I created just yesterday from things I had around the house. I didn't have enough for Chicken Tortillia Soup. So I decided to adjust an aztec style chili recipe that was inspired from the movie Chocolat. It may sound a little unusual but, trust me it is the best tomato soup i've ever eaten. The sesame oil and chili oil can be found at your local jewel. I love sprinking either on all sorts of things. The nutty flavor of sesame goes perfectly with an aged cheese flavor or with garlic. The chili oil is good for spicing up anything you wish and tastier than hot sauce without the vinegar taste. I have substitutes for both but, it won't taste quite the same.

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