This is from CanadianLiving website, and their description states that grilled sardines is a typical ingredient/recipe in Portuguese. My family likes sardines, so I thought I would publish this recipe for them and for ZWT.
This is my own version that I have been making for over a year now. I use the largest sweet onion I can find, so when I write 1 large sweet onion, I'm talking about the largest one that anyone could look for. For the chicken powder, I use from the company Osem, which produces parave powders, so that the chicken flavour is simulated. You can also use beef powder or vegetable powder.
I came across this on the Foodnetwork.ca (.ca is the Canadian version, while fooodnetwork.com is the American version). It does call for yogurt or creamy dressing, but as some one who keeps Kosher I would most likely use soya or pareve yogurt or dressing (meaning it's not made with milk or other dairy products).
This is great for those who are lactose intolerant or keep Kosher. For those who are lactose intolerant, they get to try an Indian dish they would not otherwise get to try. For those who keep Kosher, there is no dairy in soy products, and that takes the worry out of mixing meat and dairy, which is otherwise a big no-no.
I wanted to make this into a cake, but I had second thoughts about that. I don't know why, because I am still sure it would work as a cake. It's just that muffins take less time to bake, and if you're running out of time, you'd want to bake something that takes less time in the oven.
I used those short twisty looking egg noodles for the salad, because they were very cheap and affordable. You can make this ahead of time, but I find the avocado turns brown if it's not sprinkled with lemon juice, and I found lemon juice doesn't really go with this salad, taste wise.
A really great Chanukkah recipe I found on Aish.com. This is defientely a keeper. A little secret that I want to share with you all. There are some recipes that I've posted here that I make for certain holidays, but sometimes I like to make them during other times of the year, when it's not holiday time, because they are just plain delicious. These may be one of them!