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    Just 4 ingredients...and the salt is optional! Please note that the cooking time includes a 30 minute rising. The kneading times given are for an electric mixer (I use my Bosch), so it will take a little longer if you do it by hand. You can easily turn these into herbed pitas by simply adding in some of your favorite herbs (fresh or dried) while you're kneading the dough. EDITED TO ADD: You need to add only the amount of flour necessary to clean the sides of the bowl. So, you might not need all of the flour listed. Also, this is a flatbread, so it will not rise a lot - not at all like regular yeast bread. It is also important to preheat the oven and just before you put the pitas in, flip them over. That is what causes them to puff. This recipe works very well, we use it all of the time and love it! But, it is one of those that really needs to be followed step by step. You're welcome to zmail me if you have any trouble!!

    Recipe #156543

    Recipe #196401

    A very quick and pretty dish - the colors of the Italian flag. Can be made with either very fresh mozzarella or bocconcini (fresh mini mozzarellas). My mom used to make this all the time. I don't personally use the salt, but I do like lots of freshly ground pepper on mine. I also like this with oregano. Feel free to experiment! Posted for ZWT 2006.

    Recipe #175801

    This is easy, quick, and delicious! The fresh rosemary and garlic make the beans taste heavenly. To make this even quicker, just cook it in the microwave.

    Recipe #162882

    Haven't tried this yet, but it looks delicious. Can also use either couscous or bulgur, if you like. Cooking time includes chilling the completed salad in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to allow the flavors to develop. From VT July/Aug 2006

    Recipe #174947

    Posted for Zaar World Tour 2006. This is an African rice recipe. If you want, you can add 1/2 cup grated coconut to give it a stronger coconut flavor.

    Recipe #174953

    In this recipe, herbs and seasonings are added to tofu and mixed until creamy, and is used in place of ricotta cheese. It is important that you use the best marinara sauce you can find, and then drizzle each serving with the extra virgin olive oil. From VT April 2006.

    Recipe #165125

    These are adorable and make a cute centerpiece for an Easter table. Instead of baking the cupcakes in paper liners, these are baked in the waffle bowls used for ice cream. The cupcakes can be stored for up to 1 day at room temperature. After a day, the cupcakes will begin to pull away from the sides of the waffle bowls. Times are approximate. Cooking time includes allowing the cakes to cool for 30 minutes before frosting.

    Recipe #220865

    Don't let the list of ingredients keep you from trying this recipe. It's actually pretty quick to throw together, and fairly simple. This recipe can easily be doubled and baked in a 9x13 pan if you need 12-16 servings, which is what I usually do. You can serve it with a scoop of ice cream or sorbet if you'd like.

    Recipe #166056

    Great dessert cake made with Cointreau. Serve with fruit and cream, if desired.

    Recipe #175845

    This is one of my favorite cookie recipes. The dough can be frozen and used later, if you don't want to make them all at once. Just place balls of the cookie dough into freezer bags and toss them in the freezer. Bake them straight from the freezer, increasing the baking time by a couple of minutes to compensate for the frozen dough.

    Recipe #175752

    You can substitute another fruit for the apples, such as cherries, pears, or apricots. Posted for ZWT 2006.

    Recipe #175891

    Feel free to substitute other veggies. If you don't have a grill, you can cook this on an indoor grill pan instead. Cooking time includes a 30 minute marinade. From VT May/June 2006

    Recipe #167072

    This is a bread salad that gets better as it sits. Cooking time includes allowing the finished salad to sit for 20 minutes to allow the flavors to develop. From VT July/August 2006.

    Recipe #174568

    Dedicated to my fellow ginger addicts. The time on this is a little up in the air, really. Depends on how much time you want to spend taking out your frustrations on those poor limes.

    Recipe #237478

    My family loves this. It's a lighter version of the traditional Chicken Kiev. I personally leave out the salt, so I made it optional in the recipe. Recipe from Jacques Pepin Good Life Cooking cookbook. This pairs well with Bulgur Wheat Pilaf recipe #175759.

    Recipe #175757

    Be sure to use extra firm tofu and press out as much of the water as you can. To prevent sticking, give the tofu slices and the grill rack a generous coat of nonstick cooking spray. Cooking time includes marinading the tofu for 4 hours. This is from VT May/June 2006.

    Recipe #167069

    I make this often - the kids love it! Goes great with a salad.

    Recipe #179807

    Had this at a retreat, and had to get the recipe. These are really good! I had to guess on the number of servings, since it really depends on how big the glasses are that you serve them in. Cooking time is approximate and includes time spent cooling in the refrigerator before finishing.

    Recipe #166011

    This was one of the first candy recipes I ever made. These candies are crystal clear and can be used as decorations for a Christmas tree or a window. Cooking and prep times are approximate, and don't include making your own molds if you wish to do that.

    Recipe #197124

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