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    Potatoes with jalapeños and cheese rolled in a corn tortilla and fried till crispy. I started making these because I miss the potato tacos in San Diego.

    Recipe #208401

    Mexican marinated chicken breasts

    Recipe #235214

    Similar to the spicy mayo served with Sushi. We like ours with won tons and dumplings.

    Recipe #369969

    Got this recipe from a friend. They are really good. A nice variation on the dish.

    Recipe #324731

    Some Chinese restaurant I used to go to in San Diego made these. Yum!

    Recipe #325074

    Pieces of Tomato soaked in vinegar and olive oil. Roma tomatoes are firm but I use whatever tomatoes I have on hand. After we eat out the ingredients I just add more tomatoes to the left over dressing. It stays good for wile like this and can save time during Ramadan or busy weeks. Don't use a watery balsamic for this.

    Recipe #323377

    One of my favorite things from Roberto's Mexican food. Simple yet oh so good. Enjoy with pickled jalapenos and carrots.

    Recipe #234834

    Found this on the MasterFoods website. Condiment company from AU. Posted for ZWT 5. They make an australian mustard but I'm sure any mustard will do.

    Recipe #370765

    Traditional (NAME) Rice Pudding - I like to put a nice raisin medly in mine.

    Recipe #385565

    This is from chef Rick Rodgers. He adds basil and thyme a little different than some Cajun seasonings. Posted for ZWT 5.

    Recipe #373226

    This is one of my favorite foods. Mostly because I love the dough. Traditionally it's made with Akkawi cheese but you can mix with Mozzerlla or sub If you like a lil something extra try jazzing them up with za'taar spice or some veggies. These freeze well pre baked. I have brushed them around the edges with olive oil or butter for a golden glow but not always. Play around with them to cook them to how you like. Some like a softer dough and less time in the oven and some like a crunchy dough. This dough can do either.

    Recipe #323307

    Sabaayad is a Somali flat bread made with flour and then it is cooked on a hot griddle. It can be rolled with butter and sugar or honey and it is good with cup of tea. Or it is eaten with stews and sauces. from www.mysomalifood.com

    Recipe #386454

    One of my favorites. I love it when it's served right away over ice. Just make sure nto to over power the carrot juice with the beet. Try to use cold veggies it is a big difference in taste if you juice room temp veggies.

    Recipe #327999

    A nice basic masr salad

    Recipe #386160

    Good marinade for beef or chicken. After marinating, use the sauce to cook meat in or to baste grilled meat.

    Recipe #249351

    Eggplant sliced and coated in fat-free yogurt dipped in panko bread crumbs and baked crispy in oven.

    Recipe #249358

    Tahini dipping sauce for breads, salads, falafel or to top meat and rice.

    Recipe #323040

    This is a Bodacious Green Salsa. Don’t be fooled by the color. Each ingredient represents one of the Bodacious Brickhouse Babes. A tangy, zesty flavor with the underlying tastes of hearty roasted green chilies, tomatillos, and onions. Tequila adds a splash of flavor and the fresh peaches gives it a fruity spin. Zaar World Tour 5.

    Recipe #372871

    Recipe #386178

    Meat Pies These freeze well pre baked.

    Recipe #386371

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