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    "Chicken korma is a beloved Indian recipe that came from the Moghuls (the Muslim rulers of much of India from the 16th to 19th centuries). The meat is lightly browned, then simmered in yogurt and puréed almonds and cashew nuts, which give the dish its creaminess, but what makes it really special are the fragrant spices: I use whole spices and grind them together so their flavors become one in the sauce." —Hemant Mathur, chef and co-owner of Tulsi in New York City

    Recipe #513972

    Five ears of corn, shaved in quick fashion, then sauteed in a bit of butter. Tricked it out with thyme, green onions, toasted almonds and coconut.

    Recipe #513971

    "With warming notes of curry and cinnamon, this hearty vegetable curry—a recipe that test kitchen director Kellie Evans used to make while catering film and television shows—is perfect for a chilly fall or winter evening." - Saveur

    Recipe #513970

    I threw this together to use up some ingredients. It was good! I pan-fried these because I don't have a grill- I'm sure they'd be even better when grilled.

    Recipe #513674

    My family's recipe for mizerja. My parents use sour cream, but I use Greek yogurt. This is an easy-to-make side dish that pairs well with many things. I've always liked it served alongside burgers for some reason.

    Recipe #513673

    I finally found some Hungarian paprika at the store, and have been sampling various paprikash recipes. Eventually, I came up with my own. This is similar to a Polish paprikash that my dad used to make. I would not call this an authentic Polish or Hungarian recipe though.

    Recipe #513565

    Besides cereal, this is pretty much the only breakfast food I eat as I am not a morning person and these are quick to heat up every morning. Each burrito makes a tasty, balanced meal when eaten with a piece of fruit. My neighborhood Mexican grocery store sells the best freshly-made pico de gallo, so that is what I use. You can make your own, but don't use salsa as it will make the burrito filling too mushy. I also make my own chorizo for these (Miss Annie's Recipe #25846 ).

    Recipe #513472

    A nice salad that I served with boiled Maine lobster on Valentine's Day. Very tasty and sophisticated. Don't use the curly endive (chicory), as it's too bitter.

    Recipe #513330

    Found on dinosaurdracula.com, and it's weird.... Surprisingly good-tasting though, and the ease of preparation really can't be beat. Seriously, you can make this in less than two minutes if you're in a hurry and need a quick lunch, and it's definitely healthier than something processed and microwavable like a hot pocket or whatnot. If your store doesn't sell prepared mirepoix, well, that's going to increase the prep time, but you could use the opportunity to add more ingredients like cucumbers and parsley in addition to the onions, celery and carrots.

    Recipe #512835

    The perfect snack for a party, or just make it whenever you want some delicious comfort food that isn't extremely unhealthy. From howsweateats.com

    Recipe #512751

    An easy-to-make hummus with an exotic Indian flavor, for when you're craving something different.

    Recipe #512750

    "The recipe for these savory pickles is based on one that appears in Pickled: Preserving a World of Tastes and Traditions by Lucy Norris; it was contributed by Sophia Vinokurau, the owner of M & I International Foods in Brooklyn, New York." - Saveur

    Recipe #512749

    "This twist on traditional pecan pie provides a snack-able ending to the holiday feast. " - Saveur (Cooking time does not include time to cool)

    Recipe #512748

    "Rich, subtly spiced with cinnamon and ginger, and sweet with molasses, this dessert is a version of the pudding that has been served at the venerable Rhode Island clam shack Aunt Carrie's since it opened, in the 1920s." - Saveur

    Recipe #512747

    From Pillsbury. Sounds ooey-gooey and delicious.

    Recipe #512746

    Tater tots without the potatoes. I guess these are healthier than tater tots, although I suppose the only thing that makes traditional tater tots unhealthy is the deep frying. Still, it's a neat twist on a classic, and the combination of ingredients really does taste like potatoes. From Mix it Up, a food blog.

    Recipe #512745

    A healthier twist on traditional boneless buffalo chicken wings that's just ingenious and easy to make. From Nature Box's site.

    Recipe #512744

    This recipe was emailed to me. It's 2-ingredient ice cream that doesn't require an ice cream maker! It also has less fat and sugar than regular ice cream. Sounds perfect. Time to chill the can of evaporated milk is not included in the prep time.

    Recipe #512743

    I love tom yum soup- it is probably my favorite soup of all time. There's no way I'd skip ordering it when going to a Thai a restaurant, and I always have a jar of tom yum paste on hand to make my own. While the tom yum paste makes great soups and even stir-frys, I was craving something more substantial so I came up with this. The addition of yams and kale really doesn't taste as strange as it sounds, honest. If you can't find lemongrass or kaffir lime leaves, use the zest from the orange & lime. No Thai chili peppers? Jalapenos make a decent, milder substitute.

    Recipe #512589

    If you're like me and you drink lots of water throughout the day, sometimes it's nice to perk it up for a change. Just water, with some nice, summery flavors. Don't let this sit around in the fridge too long - three days max.

    Recipe #512491

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