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    6 Reviews |  By Abi Fae

    For ZWT7. A curry powder that can be used with chicken or beef.

    Recipe #457168

    1 Reviews |  By Abi Fae

    These are my best friend's pancakes that are low carb and use nut meal instead of flour.

    Recipe #327347

    2 Reviews |  By Abi Fae

    This just came together out of sheer boredom one day. It is now the staple of my winter cooking. It is very versatile. I make huge batches, because I stick them in the fridge and everyone munches on them all week. Everything can be very easily cut in half. For the yeasted bread dough... Basically you need enough dough to make a couple dozen rounds, that are about 5-6" in diameter.

    Recipe #190324

    I love playing with cheesecake recipes :) I used coconut sugar in the cake. It's far less sweet tasting. You can also use all butter in the crust. I like the texture coconut oil gives. The time does NOT include giving the cheesecake 24 hours to sit. You can make the syrup the next day so it's warm when you serve it.

    Recipe #510109

    8 Reviews |  By Abi Fae

    I wanted to put together a soup for a small group of people and this just kind of came together.

    Recipe #340869

    2 Reviews |  By Abi Fae

    i serve this over a salad, but you can make it like a proper fajita :) cook time does not include marinating!

    Recipe #281072

    The most delicious way to eat brussel sprouts :) It works for shredded cabbage too. There are tons of recipes with bacon and sprouts :) Check them all out! YUM!

    Recipe #496304

    1 Reviews |  By Abi Fae

    Blackberries were on sale and so after looking at a lot of BBQ recipes, I put together this recipe! I threw in a pack of blackberries - not sure if it was six or eight ounces, but it was somewhere in there :) Also, I use organic, low salt and low sugar ketchup... you might want to lower the soy sauce if you ketchup is salty.

    Recipe #358452

    I didn't want the usual beef mix for my pot pies, so I used squash and blackened spices to make something a bit different. I add cranberries to EVERYTHING this time of year.

    Recipe #442369

    1 Reviews |  By Abi Fae

    From http://skinnygourmet.blogspot.com/2008/12/healthy-meets-indulgence-cheddar-and.html, but I added fat back in and made it lower carb by replacing the flour/skim milk with heavy cream. This looks amazing and I'm looking forward to trying it soon.

    Recipe #411223

    1 Reviews |  By Abi Fae

    I use this gravy often as a base for my quick beef stew. It's also great just as a gravy :) The barley malt balances out the salt and gives a very rich flavor to the gravy. I wondered why all canned gravy added sugar, so I threw in some malt one day and decided it improved my gravy incredibly.

    Recipe #173769

    4 Reviews |  By Abi Fae

    For ZWT7. Very simple recipe and similar to what I make on weekends to go with my eggs!

    Recipe #457885

    I found this recipe in Mangoes and Curry Leaves: Culinary Travels Through the Great Subcontinent. I tweaked the ingredients a bit for what I had in the house!

    Recipe #178138

    For ZWT6. From Japanese Cooking (Emi Kazuko). Kuri is the Japanese variety of chestnut. They're available at asian stores. Try to get Japanese short grain rice if you can. It cooks differently from American versions. If you can't, just keep an eye on it so that it finishes cooking correctly.

    Recipe #425026

    1 Reviews |  By Abi Fae

    I made this for my Halloween picnic. Needed something to warm us through. Colorado and snow on the ground! I used sambhal curry it's an African curry and very rich! Most of the taste will depend on which curry blend you use.

    Recipe #397638

    8 Reviews |  By Abi Fae

    condiment for south east asian foods. from Hot, Sour, Salty, Sweet. You can use any mild chile in this recipe, such as Hungarian Wax or Cubanelle.

    Recipe #425009

    5 Reviews |  By Abi Fae

    I can't eat this one :( Between Hoisin sauce and the sugar... And pork does terrible things to my bloodsugar... BUT here it is for ZRT6! :) From Essential Asian Cookbook (Bay Books).

    Recipe #425029

    i have not made this yet... i am posting it to get the nutritional data and to save it because i made adjustments for lower carb and lower sugar, but i have no idea how it will therefore bake. anyone want to experiment? i did not include the refrigeration time because i have no idea how long it will need to set. having only once made a pudding pie, it might be chocolate soup :)

    Recipe #294771

    1 Reviews |  By Abi Fae

    Based on a Mollie Katzen recipe... but due to blood sugar issues I am trying to lower my carb count so this is pure experimentation. I am going to cook it later this week and see if it works or not! This was originally made with white flour instead of walnut, so use that if you want to be sure it turns out! (I usually do half white and half wheat and it turns out fine.)

    Recipe #276705

    This is a very rich, decadent dessert. Pretty low on sugar for low carbers. The cook time includes refrigeration. Actual standing by the stove is closer to a half hour.

    Recipe #442914

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