Something my mom made me everyday when I was sick :) A healthy alternative to many other milkshake treats. Make sure you use frozen fruit so the consistency and temperature comes out right. You can use more or less POG as needed.
This comes from the world famous Nobu restaurant. There, they serve it over a lightly seared ahi-tuna over greens salad. However, I decided to just post the dressing on its own because it is SO good on SO many different salads. Have fun with it!
This originally came as a topping for a cake recipe that I also posted Recipe #468874. But ever since making that cake for the first time, I've been obsessed with this whipped cream and use it on anything and everything - pies, shortcakes, puddings, pancakes - you name it.
When my family goes to India, this is the classic food that is served on all the beaches. Hands-down my favorite Indian food and the absolutely BEST way to serve corn on the cob! You will never resort to just butter again.
These are very gooey, thick and rich treats with a dark chocolate layer on the top to put you over the edge! When I made this, the flavor and texture was spot-on but the bars were a little thin. I doubled all of the ingredients (not including the choco layer) here for a thicker bar. Choose whichever way works best for you.
I never would have thought of making a dip out of potatoes, but this Greek spread is delicious and VERY garlicky. I use skordalia as a substitute for hummus. It can be served with almost anything but most traditionally beer battered fish, eggplant or zucchini. My favorite is to use it in a pita sandwich with veggies and meat or falafel (spl?). It is also perfect to bring to a potluck with bread to dip.