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    I love this cake for several reasons. I love chocolate and orange together, I love cake in general, and sometimes I like to cook without eggs or other high-allergen foods just to keep my game up, although this cake does require yogurt so probably can't be made vegan . I found the original recipe on a blog by Shyamala Ramanathan-Edwards http://srefoodblog.blogspot.com/, who based her recipe on one from the eggless baking book by Cintia Stammers, published by the Bhaktivedanta Trust. Then I put chocolate in it. I have never made the orange-sultana (raisin) filling, instead using (eggless) orange curd such as http://www.recipezaar.com/fresh-orange-curd-357753 and/or chocolate ganache.

    Recipe #387233

    This is so easy to make it barely counts as a recipe. I am compelled to share it with the world because it is possibly the most delicious sauce I have ever eaten. Everything I put it on or dip into it tastes instantly fantastic, particularly hot chips/fries and my other new favourite dead-easy recipe, Eggplant Chips, which I also learned from the charming Paolo, a flight attendant and erstwhile pastry chef who changed my whole understanding of food. Eat it with hot chips, pita bread, vegetable sticks, crackers, salad, hot and cold meat, in sandwiches, over steamed greens and brown rice, and with everything else besides dessert. Part of the elusive but dazzling flavour comes from the egg in real mayonnaise so I can't guarantee deliciousness from substituting Miracle Whip or another salad cream. Add more or less garlic as you like.

    Recipe #345840

    Delightful chewy chocolate cookies that remind me of the 'two-bite brownies' found in every supermarket in Canada and the US. I adapted this from http://www.recipezaar.com/The-Best-Oatmeal-Cookies-Ive-Found-113788 when i craved cookies but had no eggs. Surprise your allergic friends! They store well so can be made well in advance but they tend to disappear quickly. Edit: I have found that some brands of flour in North America take up moisture differently from the Australian flour I used when I developed this recipe. The cookies may flatten completely, in which case decrease the yogurt or increase the flour. The flat cookies are still delicious, and could be used like gingersnaps or cannolis, to be wrapped around something tasty.

    Recipe #339031

    I make no claim of this being authentic, as I just went on instinct. But it is fast and I tend to always have everything on hand. It's good on grilled meat, and if thinned with some water and/or oil can be basted on skewers of chicken or beef on the bbq. Keep it thick, add a good few handfuls of chopped, roasted peanuts and use it to fill rice balls for a S-E Asian feast. I often dollop this sauce on a bowl of hot white rice and lightly steamed broccoli--a great way to eat your greens!

    Recipe #284991

    My husband made this sauce and I was absolutely floored. Not because he's not usually this good a cook (he's excellent) but because I have only ever had better sauce that was made by actual Italians in Italy. The special ingredient is Turkish red pepper paste, known as Biber Salcasi, which should be available at any Middle Eastern grocery--sorry if you have no such store, because this is a fantastic recipe!

    Recipe #284796

    This is a variation on the classic Eggs Benedict, and makes a great brunch. i am much too lazy to make real hollandaise sauce, which is how it is served in the restaurant where i first had this. I find this to be delicious none the less.

    Recipe #102902


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