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    Trying to eat healthier, so thought about having fish for lunches, rather than heavy meals. Turns out microwave fish is really expensive, so I came up with a couple of little marinades to make my own. Fish I've been using is just Basa and I seal them in our vacumm sealer bags (which are microwaveable!!!) - poke once with a fork then microwave for 2 mins, check then another 2 depending on how thick the fish is. I've been serving up with steamed veggies, makes a great lunch

    Recipe #509575

    Trying to eat healthier, so thought about having fish for lunches, rather than heavy meals. Turns out microwave fish is really expensive, so I came up with a couple of little marinades to make my own. Fish I've been using is just Basa and I seal them in our vacumm sealer bags (which are microwaveable!!!) - poke once with a fork then microwave for 2 mins, check then another 2 depending on how thick the fish is. I've been serving up with steamed veggies, makes a great lunch

    Recipe #509576

    Another Nigella recipe that I am dying to try. A nice photo and other amazing recipes are at the original link, please check it out. http://www.nigella.com/recipes/view/salted-caramel-martini

    Recipe #502102

    While making this recipe for Zaar World Tour 8 (http://www.food.com/recipe/homemade-baileys-irish-cream-337038) I had to substitute the whiskey for scotch and my housemate, who loves scotch loved it. Therefore I'm saving my change here.

    Recipe #485712

    1 Reviews |  By Satyne

    http://www.food.com/recipe/alfredo-sauce-76/review?pn=2 based off this recipe but with my own additions. Thanks for the great base.

    Recipe #463951

    Found this here http://www.the-herb-guide.com/mint-pesto-recipe.html while poking around looking for ways to use up my excess mint. This recipe does not use oil - you are using ricotta which gives a lighter taste. It will not keep as long as one made with olive oil - however, as the mint will blacken, you won't be able to make this up in advance. It is a super quick meal though - you make the pesto while the pasta is cooking - and hey p(r)esto!! a meal on the table in around 10 minutes!

    Recipe #507127

    My housemate bought me Nigella Lawson's Forever Summer Cookbook. It's absolutely gorgeous and there are soooo many amazing recipes I want to try out. This one comes from page 75. I'm just putting the recipe here, however there is a lot more information and serving ideas in the book. **I have made this now and it is very yummy and very easy!

    Recipe #474569

    Have some raspberry wine vinegar and thought it would be interesting to make a chilli sauce from it. Cool results.

    Recipe #512598

    1 Reviews |  By Satyne

    Submitted for Afghanistan for My Food Odyssey. Original Recipe from this link http://afghancuisine.wordpress.com/2012/04/28/afghan-eggs-and-tomato-tukhum-bonjan-or-agay-bonjan/. Serves and time are approximate, please feel free to submit corrections.

    Recipe #500043

    Taken from here = looks yum. http://www.tv3.co.nz/Alices-Dragon-Fruit--Lychee-Jam/tabid/986/articleID/77777/Default.aspx Times are estimates

    Recipe #502154

    http://www.budgetbytes.com/2012/08/spicy-noodles/ Budget Bytes is a website where the author creates, prepares and then photographs her recipes, all made for a cost of under $10 (in USA at least). She includes beautiful pictures and step by step instructions, the link the this recipe is above. I am adopting it to share the love, but I do encourage you to check out her website for MANY more amazing ideas. This recipe should be approx $2 to make, cheaper if you already have items or they are on special.

    Recipe #513875

    Taken from here http://en.petitchef.com/recipes/dragon-fruit-jam-lemon-marmalade-jam-fid-991998 Times and qty are estimates. Step by step picture instructions at the link.

    Recipe #502155

    Routine rummage through pantry and the partners offhand remark inspired this one.

    Recipe #512274

    Trying to come up with a healthy regular meal that is easy and tasty. Think I've found it.

    Recipe #476947

    We were just mucking around in the kitchen trying to use up ingredients and this was the result. Delicious! It's not exactly an omelette, but I don't know the best word for it. It will make either 1 meal, although it is extremely rich, or 4 side servings.

    Recipe #511808

    I wanted to make pasta salad that was yummy as anything, so I thought of some ingredients and went ahead with it. I was super pleased with the result.

    Recipe #465332

    I wish I could claim this as my own recipe, but I found this online and it is exactly what I would have tried. So here I am giving it a home on Food.com until it's proper owner comes along. The original link is here = http://www.italian-cooking-made-easy.com/ChocolatePasta.html there are many other delightful recipes and ideas on the site, take a look. "The idea of chocolate pasta may sound strange, but once you try it you will love it! The great thing about homemade pasta is that you can flavor it any way you like. It is excellent served cold and can be made in advance for a quick dessert. Top it with whatever you like. Try adding raspberry sauce, or raspberry sauce with a little bit of liqueur mixed in. Toss the pasta with Grand Marnier or Amaretto, chocolate sauce and top with fresh whipped cream for a delicious treat."

    Recipe #506913

    2 Reviews |  By Satyne

    Taken from Australian Food Ideas December 2006/January 2007. Recipe was originally submitted by Dominique Rizzo.

    Recipe #484578

    http://www.budgetbytes.com/2011/09/ginger-scallion-soba-salad/ Budget Bytes is a website where the author creates, prepares and then photographs her recipes, all made for a cost of under $10 (in USA at least). She includes beautiful pictures and step by step instructions, the link the this recipe is above. I am adopting it to share the love, but I do encourage you to check out her website for MANY more amazing ideas. This recipe should be approx $8.30 to make, cheaper if you already have items or they are on special.

    Recipe #513884

    1 Reviews |  By Satyne

    Taken from here http://italianfood.about.com/od/pastabasics/ig/The-Pasta-Shapes-Gallery/Capellini.htm Yet to be cooked, so times are estimated.

    Recipe #475079

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