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    An easy lima bean and onion side dish using dried beans, so start it the night before or first thing in the morning for that night's dinner. Prep time includes soaking the beans. This recipe was lovingly adopted, after being posted in the Topic of the Month forum by John DOH (chef #308515), during the January 2011 Beans and Lentils event. After testing this recipe, I think there are a few alterations I'd make. I would cut the beans down to 1 cup OR double the butter, which is what I had to do this time to balance the amount of beans and onions to the butter. In the future I think I'll slice the onions instead of chopping, as I'd like to see the contrast in the bowl. This dish tastes like buttered, seasoned vegetables - except it's full of protein!

    Recipe #446458

    This unique salad recipe, from the Cook's Colour Treasury, begins with dried kidney beans and finishes with the accents of cinnamon and savory. This recipe was lovingly adopted, after being posted in the Topic of the Month forum by John DOH (chef #308515), during the January 2011 Beans and Lentils event. After making this recipe myself, I have only a couple adjustments that I'll make in the future. I'll leave out the cinnamon, as my family simply doesn't enjoy cinnamon in savory dishes and that turns out to be true for this recipe as well. Other than that, it's a very enjoyable salad. I had matchstick carrots that I used instead of a whole one and I sliced the olives and added that to the instructions, but feel free to put them in whole if you'd prefer. I also cut back on the oil (noted in recipe) and the amount was fine. :)

    Recipe #446457

    Another recipe for bean brownies, but this one uses a boxed mix as the base. Replacing all or some of the oil/fat in your brownies with pureed beans provides a deliciously lower fat, lower cholesterol, high fiber snack! Instead of using black beans, this recipe uses white kidney beans, or cannellini beans. By experimenting with different extracts, zests, chips and nuts, you've got an endless supply of unique brownie flavors!

    Recipe #446380

    These are a low-fat, good-for-you cookie that you can eat for breakfast or feed to your kids without guilt!

    Recipe #446379

    I love this recipe! An easy, gluten free recipe for black bean brownies that have just the right combination of chocolate and cayenne to make you feel like you're having cafe and dulces in Mexico! Using a food processor is the easiest method, but a blender or even a potato masher can be used instead. My variation of a recipe found at LivingWithout.com.

    Recipe #445425

    From Naomi at the Better Batter website. I'm awaiting the flour before trying this for myself, but need to post it to keep it handy. :) Prep time is an estimate for now.

    Recipe #445211

    From Naomi at the Better Batter Gluten Free flour website. I haven't tried it yet, but am really looking forward to it! Prep time is approximate.

    Recipe #445209

    From Naomi at the Better Batter Gluten-Free Flour website. Haven't tried this recipe yet, I'm waiting to get the flour in the mail. The instructions have been edited only for clarity from the originally posted recipe and at the moment prep time is an estimate and does not include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #445208

    This is the result of combining my variation of recipe #214686 for Gluten free pie crust and the French apple pie filling and topping from the 1990 Betty Crocker cookbook. This is by far the best gluten free pie crust we've had. It's lighter than a wheat flour crust, but even non gluten freers will enjoy it. Prep time includes refrigerating the crust before rolling out, but the filling can be easily prepared during that hour.

    Recipe #444529

    I've been making this recipe for at least 20 years now. I never noted where the recipe came from, but it would have been a magazine or one of my mother or grandmother's old cookbooks. I'm guessing on how many "normal" sized gingerbread men this will make, as I've only ever had a gigantic 9 or 10 inch tall cutter. Generally, I'll make a batch and then put one giant gingerbread boy on each cookie platter I'll be delivering to friends or family. :) The prep time includes refrigerating the dough before rolling out. Update: I've added a bit more spice than the original recipe, thanks to Diana's review. I posted the recipe for her to try and I appreciate her feedback on it. I also used whole cloves, allspice and nutmeg that I ground myself with a mortar and pestle or grated on a zester (nutmeg). I think the fresh ground flavors really made a nice touch.

    Recipe #444416

    From Whats4eats.com. I really wanted to try this recipe after another chef posted about making pineapple vinegar in the Canning Forum. What a great way to use up the pineapple peels, which always smell too good to throw away. NOTE: I'm not able to list the glass container in the ingredients. You'll need a glass jar with a lid that will hold about 2 quarts, or two 1 quart jars to split the recipe.

    Recipe #444016

    A moist and delicious banana bread for those unable to eat wheat gluten. It's a variation on GinnyP's recipe #57225, which was pretty good, but lacked any type of flour. The coconut flour I've added in this version adds a little more depth to the flavor, as well as consistency in the batter. As with all gluten free breads, it's best when fresh, but by tightly wrapping the bread as soon as it cools, it stayed moist for several days.

    Recipe #443544

    This is a lighter, overnight casserole recipe that my mom sent me via email. She said it was pretty good (compared to a full-fat version) and I'm looking forward to trying it myself. :) It was originally titled "Southwestern Egg Casserole", but due to the addition of Feta cheese I felt it was more of a fusion recipe than strictly southwestern influenced. *Note: Prep time includes refrigeration time.

    Recipe #443540

    A salt water brine changes the cellular structure of the turkey and allows it to both hold in the moisture, as well as pull the seasonings deep into the meat. It's actually a very simple process that will yield beautiful and delicious results. My mom told me how good Alton's recipe was and that she was going to repeat it again this year. I decided to try it myself. It's, hands-down, the best roasted turkey we've ever had. The brine and aromatics create an amazing symphony of flavors that starts with the aroma of making the brine and follows right through to the rich, full gravy. I've also used this recipe on a whole fresh chicken by halving the recipe and adjusting the cooking times.

    Recipe #443177

    A moist and delicious quick bread mix for gift giving! Nothing says "I love you!" better than a gift from the kitchen. And especially one that fills the house of your recipient with the aroma of sweet, fresh baked bread. The dry ingredients are layered in a quart-sized jar and the jar can be decorated in any number of ways to reflect the occasion. Be sure to attach a recipe card or an embellished tag, to the jar, with the recipe, additional ingredients needed and baking instructions. Prep time includes putting together the gift jar as well as combining the wet ingredients before baking.

    Recipe #443124

    These delicious mini-quiches are both satisfyingly sweet and savory. The nutty Gruyere and fresh earthy spices are perfectly balanced with the crust made from Pamela's Gluten Free Lemon Shortbread cookies. This recipe is easily doubled to make 36-40 mini quiches or one 9-inch pie (***see baking notes at bottom of recipe for whole pie.).

    Recipe #441008

    These delicious mini-quiches are both satisfyingly sweet and savory. The nutty Gruyere combined with a hint of smoke and fresh earthy spices are perfectly balanced with the crust made from Gluten Free Ginger Cookies with Sliced Almonds. This recipe is easily doubled to make 36-40 mini quiches or one 9-inch pie (***see baking notes at bottom of recipe for whole pie.).

    Recipe #441007

    These delicious mini-quiches are both satisfyingly sweet and savory. Fresh earthy spices and savory Colby-Jack cheese are perfectly balanced with the crust made from Pamela's Gluten Free Pecan Shortbread cookies. This recipe is easily doubled to make 36-40 mini quiches or one 9-inch pie (***see baking notes at bottom of recipe for whole pie.).

    Recipe #441006

    An unusual combination of ingredients comes together to make a delicious dip or cracker spread. Quick and easy to prepare, it can be made a day in advance or served immediately. Created for the Fall 2010 Dining on a Dollar Contest.

    Recipe #440744

    Asian black bean sauce is actually made from soy beans, which turn black as they ferment. When I saw the contest ingredients I was inspired to attempt a version using actual black beans. The sauce pairs nicely with the colorful sesame carrot pancakes. This recipe can be served as a unique side dish or as a hot or cold appetizer.

    Recipe #440741

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