This is one of my family's favorite dhall recipes. Indian food is favorite in our house and we believe every Indian meal should include dhall. :) Serve this with some rice and Indian bread like naan or pooris for a yummy meal.
This delicious recipe comes from my friend, Abigail Kirby. She made it for an International Dinner Fundraiser and it was a huge hit! She doesn't remember where she found the recipe and I couldn't find it online. My family loved this and I'm planning on cooking it soon!
I was just altering a couple of chicken, vegetable, and rice soup recipes to make a vegetarian soup one day and this is what I came up with! If you do decide to add Worthington Fri Chick to the soup also add in the gravy to give it even better flavor.
This is something I've been throwing together for awhile and finally decided to measure and write down. It's a much healthier potato dish than most. I loved making scalloped potatoes before, but they are high in fat, cholesterol, calories, etc. that this is what I've learned to make instead as a healthy potato dish alternative.
I had a lot of Rainier cherries that needed to be used right away and some strawberries in the freezer that I thought would help them make a great jam - and it did! This jam is now one of my kids favorites! I used really sweet Strawberries, so if your strawberries aren't as sweet you might want to add more sugar. Prep time doesn't include direction 1 (time to thaw strawberries and pit cherries - I usually do that the night before).
I have adapted my original healthy peanut butter cookie on this site, Healthy Peanut Butter & Honey Cookies Recipe #251315, to make a softer cookie and thought I would post what has become my more commonly made peanut butter cookie. It is not a really sweet cookie, but my children still really enjoy this healthy treat. I hope you enjoy it!
From Vegetarian Times April 2010. Juicy, earthy portobellow mushrooms make these tacos a mouthwatering treat. Don't worry if the mushroom caps seem slightly undercooked when you pull them from the grill; leave them out on a plate, and they will continue to cook (this is called carryover cooking).
This pizza is so delicious and pretty to serve that my guests always love this pizza and don't feel it's missing anything by being vegan. I used Sue L's Recipe #104173 and our Recipe #252423 for the crust. Preparation and cooking time includes time to make Recipe #252423 for the pizza.
From Cooking Light, this sounds like a really yummy stew and healthy for you too! Ethiopian Berbere spice is a mixture of dried chiles, cloves, ginger, coriander, and allspice that Cooking Light says can be found at gourmet markets and specialty stores.
I found this delicious looking salad from Cooking Light May 2010 issue. The magazine states that, "Preserved citrus is a key to many Moroccan and Middle Eastern dishes. Traditional recipes take weeks. Our version is ready in a few hours." They suggest serving this salad with grilled tofu steaks.
This is one of my favorite casseroles made by my friend June. It's an adaptation of a recipe she got from a German friend. So, this is a German inspired - American adapted recipe! This recipe is easy to double to make for a large group.