This a low fat pancake recipe with a little bit of a healthy kick to it. This recipe is for quite a large batch, so half it if you are not cooking for a large group. I make this in a large batch and freeze it for an easy and quick breakfast. The flavoured yogurt that I use is Yoplait Delicieux, Strawberry with Chocolate Flakes (yummm!).
This recipe uses applesauce and Splenda to cut down on the amount of fat and calories. While it may not be completely 'fat free', it is definitely a healthier version. 1 cup of walnuts can also be added to this recipe and sugar can be used in place of the Splenda (vice-versa). The recipe is posted in metric, for some reason when it is converted by the system to US measurements, it does not convert over correctly. Please keep the metric values when making.
This recipe was a campus "secret" at my old university - thankfully one of the food service employees gave it up and I have been using it ever since. These are the big, soft kind (where the centre is so moist and yummy!!!). I sometimes add extra filling to mine. They can also be iced, but I like them just the way they are.
With a lot of time and effort, I was able to coax this recipe from the owner of a local Indian restaurant. The restaurant is known for their Butter Chicken. They use a clay oven for cooking, most of us don't have that luxury and a barbeque will suffice. Some caution, this dish is extremely rich, use it for those special occasions.
This is a truly decadent dessert. Tread with caution though as this is a very rich dessert (a heart attack waiting to happen - though you might think it was well worth it when you try this). A true chocolate lover's delight, but go easy - my brother-in-law had almost the entire bombe in one sitting and truly regretted the after effects.
This recipe was developed for my two brothers. Both of them love their lasagna with lots of meat. After many episodes of trial and error, I was finally able to satisfy them. Feel free to add spinach to the mix, they both hate the stuff, so it was never used in the recipe I developed. This one is for you bro's (the secret is out)!
This is my mother's recipe. There are variations throughout India and this is from Northern India (Punjab). It is actually a relatively easy recipe and can be left unattended for the majority of the time. Make sure to use the best and freshest ingredients available. Leftovers can be kept in the fridge for a few days.
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