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    This is another of my Fijian friend Veri's traditional fare from Fiji - a group of islands in the south-west pacific, north-east of Australia. This fish dish is a Fijian favorite and utilizes common ingredients of the islands. It is the Fiji version of ceviche. Serve it with a fresh fruit salad.

    Recipe #458825

    One of the chaps DH has worked with for over 45 years married a girl from Fiji many long years ago. The Fijian Islands are in the south-west pacific region, north-east of Australia. This is a soup from Veri's repertoire.

    Recipe #458824

    This is a Lithuanian recipe from my mother-in-law. She always uses some powdered sulphur, burned, to keep her potato mixture white, but I am too afraid to use it, so the last of my mixture always goes brown through oxidation. Don't worry though.... when cooked it reverts to it's proper 'whiteness'. As Lithuania is bordered by both Russia and Poland, Latvia and Belarus it's cuisine is influenced by them all, plus Germany, Estonia, Finland, and Scandinavia but it still manages to be different from them all.

    Recipe #458091

    1 Reviews |  By iknitok

    I find this a quick, easy, Diabetic-Friendly summer dessert. Good for family of all ages and a gem for dinner parties. Can be made ahead... may be stored in the freezer, for up to three months. Variation: Replace the mixed frozen fruits with a single frozen fruit, such as raspberries, strawberries or blueberries. Match the jam to the fruit. Recipe by Annette Sym, author of the Symply Too Good to be True cookbook series.

    Recipe #456266

    From The Coeliac Society of Australia - May 2011, Monthly Recipes.

    Recipe #455579

    From my recipe box - an old favourite. I use them as hors d'ouvres, entree or snack, or I accompany them with some asian-style soup as a main - like Tom Yum soup or Chicken and Sweet Corn soup. They are quick and easy to make.

    Recipe #454413

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