I made these muffins for DH. Some applesauce could be substituted for about 1/2 a cup of oil, but I haven't tried it. If you're going to use Splenda, double the amount of sugar stated in the recipe. I might add raisins next time.
Another winner from my mother, whom I believe is the greatest cook ever :-) My mother makes this every weekend and my 4-year old asks to go to my mother's to have some of what he calls "chicken delicious". Prep time does not include marination time. I have never measured ingredients when I make this so increase the spices if you wish. SOURCE: Mom.
This naan is ready in 40 minutes! I like this recipe better than Recipe #41503. For best results, follow directions carefully. They seem long but aren't, I am just describing what I saw on TV exactly. UPDATE: Made this with sour cream instead of yogurt. Much, much better!!
This recipe is from the Philippines. It makes the best rolls ever! They are wonderful fresh from the oven, with a little butter or some jam. They also freeze very well, so don't worry about any leftovers (if there are any!). Time to prepare the dough and rising time are not included. SOURCE: WWW.
I found this on ochef.com. According to them, recipes using dried (powdered) milk approximate the texture but not the flavor of true sweetened condensed milk, and the following recipe tastes much better. It is not as thick as regular condensed milk, but it works fine as an ingredient in bar cookie recipes. SOURCE: www.ochef.com
Tabbouleh in the middle east has much more parsley than bulgur, unlike versions in the west. I make it without the optional olive oil and garlic, but they are usually used. You can add more or less ingredients to suit your taste. SOURCE: Me :)
I got this recipe from Classic Home Cooking. It is salt-free. The original recipe uses 12 small molds, but I use 6 larger ones. It is nice and buttery, wonderful with a hot bowl of soup. Prep time does not include time to rise.