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    This is an amazingly easy & tasty recipe that I found on ninemsn when I was inspired by a TV show recently. We had this for dinner last night & I wanted to save the recipe here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #510706

    I heard someone on TV recently suggesting this filling for vol au vents. Somehow they morphed into triangles. The results got rave reviews from my work colleagues.

    Recipe #470384

    Found this recipe on Food Network web site, from the TV show 5 Ingredient Fix featuring Claire Robinson. I made this today & wanted to share this with my Zaar friends.

    Recipe #437244

    Found this recipe on Kraft's web site, then made a couple of minor improvements. When I made it yesterday, I added a full bottle of red food colouring for a red food party, but it didn't stop it from setting properly. I used skim

    Recipe #400865

    A recipe from Tony Chachere's Cajun Country Cookbook. Sounds wonderful, so am posting here to try this week. Could also be made in the crockpot, which I'll definitely try.

    Recipe #383700

    I first made this recipe years ago after trying something vaguely similar from a cafe in Sydney. DH fell in love with it instantly. Hadn't made for years until last night, but wanted to put it back on rotation now that I can easily find gluten free pasta. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do. 8 March 2010 - Oops, I made this from the recipe tonight & noticed a couple of important ingredients missing - garlic & chili. Now fixed.

    Recipe #380194

    8 Reviews |  By Heydarl

    This spicy salsa was created by the Hell's Kitchen Angels for the Salsa Challenge in Zaar World Tour 5.

    Recipe #373702

    I had this drink recently at the Harbour View Hotel in Sydney. After we'd had about 5 of these, the bartender very kindly gave us the recipe.

    Recipe #362456

    4 Reviews |  By Heydarl

    Our friend, Glenn, comes from New Orleans. He made this recipe for the Christmas party we had on our train a few years ago & we all begged him for the recipe. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

    Recipe #358150

    2 Reviews |  By Heydarl

    I made this recipe from Joy of Cooking last night for DH's morning tea at work. His colleagues asked for the recipe, so thought I'd post it here. I didn't get to taste this myself, but I hear it was wonderful.

    Recipe #337987

    2 Reviews |  By Heydarl

    I've served this before & it's a great way to have an easy, relaxed dinner with friends. Found this recipe on About.com. Use whatever combination of meats and/or vegies that appeal to you. Feel free to finish up the meal by poaching eggs or boiling vermicelli noodles in the hot broth. (You may need to cook extra broth).

    Recipe #327359

    1 Reviews |  By Heydarl

    My brother lived with us many years ago. He was a fussy eater, but was trying new things at last. One night when I was making this dish he tried a piece of lap cheong & declared it tasted like a poodle’s …. well, you get the drift. I started making this with a Kwan Du recipe, but don’t think I ever really followed the recipe very closely. We love lots of vegies in our stirfries – feel free to use your favourites. Reheats well in the wok or microwave.

    Recipe #305203

    4 Reviews |  By Heydarl

    Another great sounding drink from iDrink.com. A wonderful, easy cocktail to share at the end of the day!

    Recipe #304839

    I just found this simple but delicious drink on iDrink.com & wanted to save it. Can't wait to get home tonight & try this out.

    Recipe #304652

    3 Reviews |  By Heydarl

    A hearty beef and bean dinner can be on your table in less than 30 minutes. Found this recipe on bettycrocker.com & wanted to keep track of it. I plan to serve this with rice.

    Recipe #301446

    3 Reviews |  By Heydarl

    I don't fry food, especially deep fry, but wanted to try cooking chimichangas recently. With leftover barbequed chicken in the fridge, I searched for inspiration & found it it my Sunset Mexican Cook Book. I combined their Oven-Fried Chimichanga & Vegetable Burrito recipes & we loved the result.

    Recipe #296673

    1 Reviews |  By Heydarl

    I found Butterfingers chocolate bars for sale on a recent holiday to Queensland, then came home to hunt on Zaar for a worthy way to use them. What I settled on was a combination of several recipes I found on several sites. We were both really impressed with how it came out, so thought I'd share with my Zaar friends. This would also work well with Violet Crumble or other chocolate candy bars.

    Recipe #296109

    1 Reviews |  By Heydarl

    I just found this in New Idea magazine & didn't want to lose the recipe. Looks nice & easy, but end result looks great. Best to make this in a clear glass bowl to impress everyone.

    Recipe #266462

    2 Reviews |  By Heydarl

    From Women's Weekly Italian Cooking Class Cookbook. I've been making this recipe for many years & it's definitely our favourite. Great low fat meal if you omit the frying of vegetables in step 1 (which is what I normally do & I don't believe it makes that much difference to the end result). Could be vegetarian if you use veg stock cubes & omit butter. Great with either crusty bread or garlic bread.

    Recipe #264866

    1 Reviews |  By Heydarl

    This recipe came about last night after putting potatoes into the oven and realising I had no sour cream or cream for my twice baked potatoes. I was inspired by Recipe #149509 by DieniaB. The results were very tasty & worthy of St Patrick's Day.

    Recipe #263038

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