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    In my quest to add quinoa to my diet, I came across this recipe. However, there was no nutritional information attached to it. As I am trying to watch my sodium and cholesterol, I wanted to enter it in here so that I can keep track of the numbers. :) Originally found on the Enlightenedcooking blog.

    Recipe #490164

    This is another puree recipe from The Sneaky Chef that is a good all-around one to add to a number of different foods. Can also be mixed up to 50-50 with mayo to cut down on fat.

    Recipe #367908

    This recipe from The Sneaky Chef is a good all-around puree to add to a variety of other recipes.

    Recipe #367907

    This recipe from The Sneaky Chef can be used as a nutritious breading, or in the Crunchy Elbows recipe.

    Recipe #367905

    3 Reviews |  By ribbit!

    I found this recipe on the Culinaryteas.com web site. I'm always on the look out for interesting recipes using green tea, so here it is! Note: the preparation time does not include the time to chill the dough.

    Recipe #101572

    3 Reviews |  By ribbit!

    I found this recipe a few years ago, but can't remember where. I haven't had a chance to try it yet, but I thought it sounded interesting!

    Recipe #101388

    I have had this, and several other green tea recipes for years, but I have yet to try them. I'm posting them now for a request on one of the boards. It is important to note that the green tea used in this recipe is the powdered form known as "matcha". It can be found in most Asian foods stores.

    Recipe #101218

    1 Reviews |  By ribbit!

    This is a recipe that I posted in response to a request.

    Recipe #90787

    This is a recipe that was posted in response to a request. I've had it among my recipe files for a while now, but have yet to try it.

    Recipe #89097

    I have posted this in response to a request. I have made them once, and found that they work fine. However, I usually find it easier to just buy them. Still, it's a handy recipe to have around.

    Recipe #77354

    This recipe comes from "The Best 125 Meatless Main Dishes" cookbook. The original recipe used celery, but since I can't stand the stuff, I substituted fennel bulb. This is the most requested dish that I bring to potlucks! Note: There have been times when I forgot to pick up fresh dill. I substituted the leafy fronds from the fennel with no problem! Cook time is the time needed to refrigerate the salad.

    Recipe #74047

    3 Reviews |  By ribbit!

    I got this recipe from my cousin Lisa, but there is an (unrelated) amusing story that comes with it. When I was in college, my roommate's boyfriend HATED broccoli, until he tried this casserole. I gave the recipe to my roommate, who passed it on to his mom. When his family came down for graduation, his mom gave me a big hug and thanked me for finding a way to get her son to eat broccoli! Note: I've also made this into a complete meal by adding leftover cooked chicken to the broccoli mixture before baking.

    Recipe #73485

    This recipe originally came from one of Martha Stewart's cookbooks. She used heart shaped molds, but as I don't have any, I have always just rolled the dough out and used biscuit cutters. Also, I use more than 1/2 tsp cayenne pepper because I like things really spicy!

    Recipe #73484


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