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    My mother-in-law gave me a box of small recipe books called "Recipes from Around the World" to try some stuff out and this was one of the first dishes I tried as it seemed interesting - and it was out of the "Best of India" book which just so happens to be my favourite cuisine. This dish is very quick and simple to make and is perfect for a cold weeknight.

    Recipe #341575

    Another recipe I found and tried from MSN that we really liked and it was a perfect dish for two - something that is hard to come by. It is a dish with subtle layers - not something we are fond of as we like our dishes to be strong but we both really liked this. It can also be made with chicken breasts as well. I usually serve this with new potatoes and green beans - I tried it once with rice and it didn't go together very well. I would like to try it with quinoa but haven't been able to yet.

    Recipe #340590

    1 Reviews |  By cyaos

    I couldn't find this among all the potato and onion recipes and it is really quite good. I don't really like potatoes while my boyfriend would eat them everyday if he could - this is one of the ways I will eat them so he can have them once a week. I got this off of MSN. The recipe calls for a bread crumb topping but I have made it without and it is still fabulous. I will serve this with roast chicken or ham.

    Recipe #340307

    I got this off of MSN and have modified it a little to our tastes. The recipe calls for making them in individual servings but I usually just make it as a casserole. Very rich and not for the fat conscious - we don't have this very often. It also makes for a few dishes.

    Recipe #318837

    1 Reviews |  By cyaos

    I was given this recipe by a co-worker of mine who grew up in South Africa. It is from "Everyday Cape Malay Cooking" by Zainab Legardien. I have modified the recipe to either be more in line with our tastes or to use ingredients that I can get at my local grocery store. You can serve this with rice, spinach or by itself.

    Recipe #315007

    7 Reviews |  By cyaos

    I got this recipe from MSN Lifestyles and couldn't find this recipe posted on here. This is really quick and easy to make on a busy or cold weeknight. I have posted my slightly modified version.

    Recipe #296278

    This comes from Country Living and is a nice change from your regular pizzas that have a ton of sauce and it is super easy to make. The eggplant makes the flatbread nice and moist and the feta cheese adds some nice flavour. I usually make this when my boyfriend wants pizza on a vegetarian night. You can also make this on the stove top but it is better when grilled as the recipe calls for. I usually serve it with salad, either Greek or Caesar.

    Recipe #287599

    1 Reviews |  By cyaos

    I found this Asian flavoured stew on MSN recipes and modified it more to our tastes. It is great served with rice or just with some bread sticks or fresh bread to mop up the wonderful gravy.

    Recipe #284064

    9 Reviews |  By cyaos

    Yet another recipe from my mother-in-law, who is probably the best cook that I personally know. This is, hands down, our favourite way to eat salmon in our house - and we eat a lot of it! The spice portion can be doubled and stored for later - I typically double or triple the recipe and store it in an airtight jar so that it is available whenever I want it.

    Recipe #278329

    3 Reviews |  By cyaos

    My mother-in-law gave me this recipe to help use up the prodigious amounts of salmon in my freezer. It is a very attractive dish with a wonderful cream cheese pastry that will make people think you are a cooking superstar! This is best to make ahead of time as it is a bit of a futzy dish and then pop in the oven before your company is coming.

    Recipe #278091

    4 Reviews |  By cyaos

    There are a lot of hummus recipes out there but I couldn't find my specific version anywhere which is super easy to make and remember. I got it off the back of a bottle of epicure spices and tweaked it over the years and started using fresh ingredients. I always get rave reviews on my hummus and am usually commanded to bring it to any social functions. EDIT: I just realized that I use a 19 oz. can and not a 28 oz. can although my garlic measurements are for the 28 oz. can everything else is the same. I will have it amended accordingly.

    Recipe #267935

    1 Reviews |  By cyaos

    I received this recipe from my mother-in-law and they quickly became a guilty weekend pleasure. The sauce listed with it is incredible and compliments the spring rolls wonderfully. If you do like less heat, cut down the chili paste to 1 tablespoon or less. It says to cook them in a deep-fryer but we have cooked them very successfully in a pan with about 1-1 1/2 inches of vegetable oil. I hope you enjoy these as much as we do! UPDATE: The pictures accompanying this recipe are when we baked them and didn't fry them. For this healthier option just bake them at 350 degrees for about 10-15 minutes, flipping once.

    Recipe #265834

    2 Reviews |  By cyaos

    These are called bars but I always make it like a cake and slice it into pieces. When I take this to gatherings, especially during the Thanksgiving and Christmas season, I always get rave reviews and always come back home with the tray empty. I found this recipe on MSN about five years ago and the recipe is credited to Better Homes and Gardens. This recipe is also really easy to cut in half to make a family-sized dessert.

    Recipe #265807

    3 Reviews |  By cyaos

    I got this from my mother-in-law. It adds a nice tang to the carrots. I don't much like cooked carrots but this was fantastic. The carrots can either by julienned or cut into rounds.

    Recipe #221352

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