By scoochmaroo... Posted for safekeeping - I haven't tried this recipe, but it sounds awesome! Prep time is a wild guess, and note that the baking time will vary with the size of the muffins. This recipe yields 12 standard muffins; you will need to adjust for other sizes.
Caution – this contains raw egg. I made this up when I wanted something like a breakfast shake that tasted like cheesecake. This is thicker than a smoothie because of the larger proportion of cottage cheese to yogurt, so I call it a “soup.” Makes one generous serving.
Posted so that I don't forget about it. I made this up with ingredients I had lying around. If it flops as an omelet -- which occasionally happens when I don't use enough oil and/or the skillet isn't hot enough when I begin -- it will still make great scrambled eggs. The chard and shallot are steamed instead of sauteed to make it lower fat. Use a skillet with a tight-fitting lid.
Another Mark Bittman recipe that I am posting for safekeeping. This one is also not specific in the amounts. I am guessing that the chicken is 1 pound. Prep and cooking times are also wild stabs. UPDATE 2-22-13: Today I tried making the sauce for the first time. I thought that the ingredients listed were fine, but the sauce seemed too bland. I doubled the lime juice and a couple of other seasonings, and added a little garlic powder, and I thought that made a significant improvement. It would be best for you to experiment and find the proportions of the ingredients that work best for you.
Another yummy sounding, quick recipe from Mark Bittman which doesn't give exact amounts. I haven't tried this so am guessing that this is for about a pound of fish (Mark doesn't specify if they are steaks or filets). Salmon or any other sturdy fish works here. Prep and cooking times are estimates.
This is from "The Liver Cleansing Diet" by Dr. Sandra Cabot. I am posting it for safekeeping. It has a delicious nutty flavor. I have categorized it as a breakfast food, but it is very versatile and can be used as a topping, in salads, etc. It is intended as a nourishing food when you are on a cleansing or raw-ish diet, and gives you extra protein, fiber and essential fatty acids. LSA is named after its 3 ingredients: Linseed (Flaxseed), Sunflower seed and Almonds.
This is one of those recipes for which Mark doesn't give specific amounts. You just "intuit" it. I haven't tried this but am posting it here for safekeeping. Cooking and prep times are estimates (very wild guesses, actually).
Yams are undeniably sweet, so keep that in mind before you try this recipe! You may want to add garlic, hot pepper or whatever to kick them up. I make yam latkes exactly the same as Recipe #411972, except that yams are much dryer so they don't require squeezing to remove excess liquid. Because I don't use flour or meal in this recipe, I use more egg as a binder.
Unlike most recipes for latkes, these contain no flour or meal, and they contain more eggs. They are thin and crisp. These are made almost exactly like Recipe #411973. Sometimes when I want these spicy, I will add ground cumin and coriander to the batter (although that is not "traditional" for potato latkes).