From the back of a box of Hodgson Mill wheat bran. I like this recipe because you can make the batter in advance and store in the fridge in an airtight container for 2 to 4 weeks. That way I can bake a few fresh muffins whenever I want without having to break out the mixer.
Southern Living, March 2006. I was looking for something a little more exciting than traditional banana pudding and this did the trick. Very rummy, so I wouldn't go past 3T. I used 3 bananas. Eat it fast, the first day is the best. You can also serve cold by allowing it to cool 15 minutes, then chilling 4 hours.
From the March 2009 Cooking Light. This makes a lot of chutney, so in the future I will halve the chutney recipe. The porkchop portion alone would make a good sandwich. The most time-consuming aspect of this recipe is dicing the apples.
From Food & Wine, Nov 2008. The potato puree can be made ahead and refrigerated overnight, but bring it to room temperature before baking. The pecans can be stored in an airtight container for up to 3 days.
From Ruta Kahate's 5 Spices 50 Dishes. This curry has an interesting sweet/sour/spicy flavor. I strongly advise that you prepare this in a well-ventilated area and open a lot of windows--the aroma from the cooking spices will definitely clear out your sinuses (or, at least, they cleared mine!). I used diced chicken breast and served over basmati rice.