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    These tarts are made with Quark, which is a fresh, low fat cheese. If you wanted richer tarts, it would also work with Mascarpone.

    Recipe #465369

    I've only recently discovered pierogies, but of course I wanted to try making my own. I couldn't find a filling that was exactly what I wanted, so I adapted my own. I got the wrapper recipe from a fantastic cookbook called "A world of dumplings". They make a nice sturdy wrapper, I didn't have any problem with any of my piergoies splitting open when cooking them, and they have a consistancy I loved. I used low-fat sour cream and it worked great.

    Recipe #435959

    I've recently been trying out a number of different Dim Sum recipes. This recipe for baked buns with a sweet bean paste filling is definitely my favourite so far. The buns look and taste delicious, it's hard not to devour them as soon as they come out of the oven, but they're also nice cool, and were still good the next day when reheated in the microwave for 10 seconds. Because the dough needs to rise, the recipe is time consuming, but not terribly difficult. You can use red bean paste instead of the black, depending on which you prefer.

    Recipe #426257


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