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    This is a tasty flavor combination. I found this while looking for recipes native to our new state. This was in a cookbook, "Flavors of the Southwest."

    Recipe #156309

    Who knew this combination could be so good! We love Avocados and this is a great "Avie fix" and a refreshing cold soup. I used low fat chicken broth and fat free half and half to reduce the damage a little. Refrigeration time is NOT included, two hours in the refrigerator seemed about right.

    Recipe #156443

    I found this on the side of the box from some new bakeware. A great and tasty one dish meal! Enjoy.

    Recipe #166041

    A delicious recipe from a dear friend of the family who so generously shared her secrets with grateful friends. The style or seasoning mix combination is from the Punjab region of India. The spicy "heat" of this dish can be adjusted by the amount of cayenne pepper and jalapeno peppers you use, this recipe as shown is about medium spicy. Note in step #2 the key to a delicious sauce is to stir constantly. I use skinless/boneless chicken. This can also be used for lamb, pork or beef. When using the other meats, the most economical cuts can be used, though fat and grisle should always be removed before cooking, for best results. Great served with or over the Indian rice dish, Plauta.

    Recipe #165064

    Found this one in a magazine and it is good! The title of the article that caught my eye was "Chocolate For Breakfast"....how could I not look? Need I say that the raspberry sauce can be optional, the pancakes are VERY good either way! Enjoy!

    Recipe #412770

    Found another recipe for the use of all the citrus in our neighborhood. This is so refreshing, it is a perfect brunch salad to go with an egg dish or on it's own. You may want to pith the fruit the night before as it can be a little time consuming, but the fruit keeps well. I used the dried cranberries, because I had them on hand, but the pomegranate seeds are probably more colorful. Medical Alert: Grapefruit can interact negatively with some medications, check with your pharmacist or doctor.

    Recipe #156185

    A Co-Worker brought this to a pot luck years ago, she gave me the recipe and it has become a requested family favorite ever since. A tasty twist on an old standard. This can be made a day ahead, but at least 3 1/2 hours ahead for proper chilling. Hence, cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #197491

    Another wonderful Indian recipe from the Punjab region of India, courtesy of dear family friends. The spiciness of this recipe can be adjusted by adding/subtracting the amount of jalapeno peppers and the cayenne pepper. This dish as posted is a medium "heat".

    Recipe #165230

    What a happy creation this turned out to be! It is a new little twist on an old standard pecan pie recipe. I guess I was inspired by the late night cooking muse. This became highly complimented and the recipe requested at our Thanksgiving Dinner this year. Note: Prep time does NOT include preparing/making the pie crust. I use the roll out pie shell dough from Pillsbury.

    Recipe #197462

    This delicious and easy dessert can be as fattening or as lo-cal as you choose. Made as posted there is less than 1 gm fat. This is a great dessert for a brunch.

    Recipe #165037

    A suprisingly moist cake made without eggs or butter. This was a recipe from the Old West Chuckwagon cooks, eggs and butter were hard to find on the trail. This can be used as a breakfast bread as well. Throw in just about everything but the dishwater. Enjoy!

    Recipe #164999

    This versatile salsa may be refrigerated for several days. It is deliciously refreshing served with grilled fish or shrimp. The serrano chili is a small (1 1/2 inch long) green chili pepper. It is available canned or fresh. If a milder flavor is desired, remove the seeds of the chili. If canned, rinse under cold water as most of the heat is in the liquid.

    Recipe #165014

    This is a great easy marinade for Salmon. My sister-in-law made it for us and we all loved it. Note that the cooking time depends on the size and thickness of the salmon filet, you will just have to watch carefully. Prep time includes marinade time.

    Recipe #152400

    My husband LOVES Key Lime Pie. After a recent trip to Florida, he got a hankering for some, so luckily I found Recipe #161578 Kelly's Rich & Creamy Key Lime Pie which is just delicious and easy to make. But DH wanted me to drizzle a key lime sauce over the pie. So here is a recipe I found that, if desired, goes great with Peacefulnightdove's recipe. This would also be good drizzled over bread pudding, among other things.

    Recipe #166790

    A recipe from the Punjab region of India. This is a great dessert to complete any Indian curry meal.

    Recipe #165066

    This soup is a refreshing accompaniment to any Indian dish. Leave out the sour cream and it becomes a cooling Indian drink called, "Laasee." Note the "heat" factor can be controlled by the amount of cayenne pepper that is added, the recipe as posted is a medium "heat". Cooking time is minimum chilling time.

    Recipe #165063

    A favorite recipe from a favorite Aunt. This is an easy and tasty make-ahead salad. Times do not include overnight time.

    Recipe #165004

    This is a simplified version of lasagna, yet it has an authentic taste; better by far if made the day before or at least early in the morning, and then baked just before serving. I used ground beef, as posted but I'm sure that some other ground meat would work in it's own way.

    Recipe #165935

    This is soooo good. Everyone will love it. The crock pot makes a wonderful blend of all these flavors. I served this over rice and the onions that cook with the roast make a great side dish. Your kitchen or in our case, our patio will (& did) smell wonderful. In Arizona, in the summertime you don't want to add any extra heat inside the house so I put the crock pot on the patio.

    Recipe #174579

    In our new community in Arizona every home has at least one citrus tree. We have citrus coming out of the old Wazoo! I have been looking for some good grapefruit recipes here is one from a recent newspaper article. Medical Alert: Grapefruit can interact negatively with some medications, check with your doctor or pharmacist.

    Recipe #156207

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