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    Recipe #505817

    Adapted from World Recipes. I love chicken and cumin, this is a nice stew for any weather. You can use a whole chicken, de-boned and cut into pieces or breasts & thighs, skin on.

    Recipe #505816

    DH makes this recipe (sans the shrimp as he's not a fan of seafood) quite regularly. I add shrimp for myself when he's not around ;). Love our Pho.

    Recipe #505815

    This is in my Pepperplate cookbook as a "must try soon". Make sure when you buy the sauce at a Chinese grocery store, it is labelled "satay barbecue sauce" as there is also "satay sauce" and "barbecue sauce".3

    Recipe #505814

    Served over couscous, this vegetable-bean combination makes a complete one-dish meal with rich flavours.

    Recipe #505724

    Adapted from “Vietnamese Home Cooking.” To save on time get the stock cooking and shred the cooked chicken and chop garnishes while you wait.

    Recipe #505723

    I’ve made Shakshuka in a large cast iron skillet but found a recipe that makes them in individual baking dishes, so everyone gets their own portion and I really like that idea. You can do it either way, the concept is basically the same. Everyone likes their eggs cooked differently so keep an eye on the Shakshuka as its cooking and use the times as guidelines; various factors can affect cooking times. When served, the eggs should be still runny so that the yolks mingle with the spicy sauce. Prep time is approximate as I've never really timed it.

    Recipe #504432

    Adapted From http://afghantribes.com/afghan-dishes/meatballsnoodles

    Recipe #501211

    This sounds like a lovely, lower fat, summer salad with a bit of a twist on traditional potato salad. I've not tried it yet, but have had similar versions and have been looking for a potato salad with peas. I've actually combined three recipes here and am looking forward to giving this one a go. Prep time does not include chill time. Note: Always slightly undercook potatoes for salads, since they keep cooking after they're drained and you don't want mushy salad. Warm potatoes soak up more dressing than cold ones.

    Recipe #458472

    I made this with my Make Ahead Meatballs, Recipe #457810, the other night and I have a feeling I'll be cooking my rice with coconut milk a lot from now on. The rice can be made without the fruit as well, it is so delicious and creamy. This is a lovely side served with grilled chicken, fish or pork.

    Recipe #458468

    A few weeks ago I was craving banana cream pie and chocolate and was trying to figure out how I could bring the two together. I also had some ripe strawberries that needed to be used up. So after a search of recipes, I couldn't quite find what I wanted so I came up with my own. I've made it twice since then and it never lasts around here :).

    Recipe #458378

    This is a tried and true recipe I've made for years and one of my favourites both for ease and very few dishes to wash. It's also a family favourite and it is time to get it written down so I don't forget how to make it :). Even my non-broccoli kids will eat this one. It's really lovely served with egg noodles.

    Recipe #458377

    This recipe is lovely with chicken or pork. Serve over egg noodles or rice.

    Recipe #458375

    The original recipe came from an old Canadian Living Christmas Book. I've made a few variations of these for Christmas gatherings and they're very popular. I've always used Bernard Callebaut's dark baking chocolate but I'm not sure if it's available anymore. Semi-sweet bakers chocolate can be substituted in place of the dark. Preparation time is approximate as I've not made this version and does not include chill time.

    Recipe #458362

    I made this by accident one day as I was cooking and had leftovers from each of these from my ingredients, hence the title. Waste not, want not they say, so I dumped it in a glass over ice and was pleasantly surprised at how refreshing it was. You could add it to ginger ale for a nice punch too (or even better with vodka or rum :D ). Preparation time includes opening containers and getting ice from fridge ;)

    Recipe #458360

    One of our favourite morning pick-me-up smoothies. We sometimes also add 3-4 tablespoons of vanilla whey protein or a couple tablespoons ground flax seed. For an added nutritional boost I'll add kale or fresh baby spinach too.

    Recipe #458356

    The original recipe came from an old Canadian Living Christmas Book. I've made a few variations of these for Christmas gatherings and they're very popular. I've always used Bernard Callebaut's dark baking chocolate but I'm not sure if it's available anymore. Semi-sweet bakers chocolate can be substituted in place of the dark. Preparation time is approximate as it has been awhile since I made these, and does not include chill time.

    Recipe #457822

    These delicious meatballs are easy to make because you don't have to brown them. They are our modified recipe from a kids cookbook. My boys love helping to make them and they always disappear at pot luck meals. These meatballs are great as a main course served over your favourite rice or as an appetizer. It also cooks up nicely in a slow cooker. I double the recipe (two pans) for potlucks as they go so fast. The do really well made ahead of time. Refrigerate up to 3 days or freeze up to 3 months. Note: I strongly recommend using extra lean ground beef. If you use regular ground beef, you should bake them ahead and refrigerate them. The fat will harden on top and can easily be taken off, then reheat the meatballs in the oven, stove top or microwave.

    Recipe #457810

    Pronounced PWAH-son with the 'n' being very soft, this tuna salad sounds divine. Having become a huge lover of true sushi and sashimi, tuna is one of my favourites so I'm excited to have found this method of preparing the tuna. I've included it for safe keeping and for ZWT #7. Servings and prep time are estimates.

    Recipe #457804

    I found this version of fresh coconut milk and aside from having to get into the fresh coconuts I think it'd be lovely to try to make my own since I use it so often. Preparation time includes prepping the fresh coconut but not cooling time, and is estimated, as are servings

    Recipe #457800

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