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    I was surprised not to find a similar recipe here. This one is modified from I have only ever made bulk sausage from this recipe. I'm not sure what modifications might be needed (if any) to make links from this recipe.

    Recipe #511574

    Recipe #478463

    A quick, easy, tasty Japanese stir-fry recipe.

    Recipe #478493

    Delicious Spanish appetizer, super-easy to make!

    Recipe #461656

    Toasted bread with tomato, mozarella, and anchovies. A great appetizer!

    Recipe #459144

    1 Reviews |  By Da Huz

    Keema Matar is a traditional Indian dish. It is usually made with lamb, but this recipe is adapted for chicken. From "1000 Great Indian Recipes" by Roli. Heat is "medium", adjust the red pepper as desired.

    Recipe #464592

    Fresh tomatoes and basil toasted on top of sliced baguettes. Delicious appetizer! This is a little different that some of the other recipes I've seen here because I like my tomato and basil to be warm, so I toast it all together.

    Recipe #459142

    1 Reviews |  By Da Huz

    A simple French country recipe adapted from "The Essential Mediterranean Cookbook" published by Borders. Note: use smaller zucchinis, they tend to taste better.

    Recipe #463328

    A healthy version of the popular Chinese Restaurant dish. Quick and easy to make, too. Serve with steamed rice, egg rolls, pork buns, or whatever Chinese side you desire. I made this recipe up because I saw snow peas on a fantastic sale in the grocery store one day.

    Recipe #474314

    Quick, easy recipe to cook delicious eels. Adapted from "The Food of Japan) by Takayuki Kosaki & Walter Wagner. For "fish stock," use Dashi if you can find it in your local Asian market--otherwise make your own.

    Recipe #478327

    2 Reviews |  By Da Huz

    A peppered steak recipe from "Classic French Cooking" by Elisabeth Luard. Simple, quick, and absolutely delicious. Don't skimp on the steak or the wine, or you will be disappointed.

    Recipe #448637

    Super quick and easy to make, and very tasty! Recipe calls for shrimp but you could use any assortment of meats and veggies. Butter lettuce, cilantro, shredded carrot, ground pork, strips of bbq pork or duck, etc., make good additions (don't forget to cook the meat first).Taken from "The Essential Rice Cookbook" published by Borders.

    Recipe #436763

    Delicious, easy, and uniquely flavored.

    Recipe #463412

    "Pears, Beans and Bacon." From "The Art of German Cooking" by Betty Wason published 1967. A delicious treat (but don't eat this too often, it's not exactly healthy).

    Recipe #447258

    Traditional Irish and Scottish dish. From "The Irish Kitchen" by B. W. Lennon and G. Campbell

    Recipe #351331

    Rice cooked in a coconut curry.

    Recipe #451123

    5 Reviews |  By Da Huz

    Light, subtle flavor. From "Seasonal Food" by Susannah Blake. Try to find sun-dried tomatoes that are not packed in oil, or dry your own tomatoes.

    Recipe #349464

    Pork marinated in a spicy dry curry. Cook time and prep time are quick. Pork should marinate for at least 4 hours for best flavor, but I have made this marinating the pork only as long as it took to chop the onion, and it was still delicious.

    Recipe #444201

    Quick one-skillet meal. Great with rice or bread. Adjust the amount of chilli powder to get the level of heat you want. For the garnish we used kung pao chillies because that's what's growing in our back yard right now, but you can use whatever chillies you want. Please note that I have classified this as "Hungarian" because there's not an option for Romanian and Hungarian seemed like the nearest alternative.

    Recipe #462303

    A yummy way to get lots of veggies! Omit the bacon if desired. The recipe (minus the bacon) is from Cooking the Dutch Oven Way by W Woodruff. I have adapted the recipe to an oven-proof casserole dish.

    Recipe #363946

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