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    4 Reviews |  By jo_mama

    I love tasty food, especially when it can be made quickly and be made from ingredients I usually have on hand. I've cooked many recipes for dal over the years, eaten many varieties of dal dishes out at restaurants, and I'm always looking for the next best dal recipe that I can make at home. This is it!

    Recipe #448592

    2 Reviews |  By jo_mama

    I love Indian food flavors, especially curry leaves and cumin seeds. This recipe is a result of my endeavor to have more delicious, fulfilling, whole protein recipes at hand. Modify to fit your tastes (e.g. swap coconut milk for milk?), and enjoy!

    Recipe #417760

    5 Reviews |  By jo_mama

    This salad can be served as a main dish--it has a combination of grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds to provide complete proteins--or as a side dish. It is a versatile dish, too. You could easily swap out various ingredients to adjust it to your taste. For example, you could swap oranges for limes, rice for wheat berries, lentils for beans, parsley for cilantro, or roasted sweet potatoes for beets.

    Recipe #363712

    1 Reviews |  By jo_mama

    Salata De Vinete, or Eggplant Salad, is a common salad in many parts of Romania. Similar salads exist throughout Eastern and Southern Europe. Often, the salad is eaten with bread at breakfast or with bread as an appetizer/part of other meals. This version is without mayo or another creamy agent--making it ideal for summer picnics.

    Recipe #317574

    7 Reviews |  By jo_mama

    I think I saw this recipe on Food Network from Alton Brown. It is so easy that once you make it the first time, you'll remember how to make it without the recipe from then on. Enjoy!

    Recipe #252518

    1 Reviews |  By jo_mama

    A delicious simmer sauce that can be used for chicken, seafood, vegetables, and noodles. Adapted from a recipe from Rachel Ray.

    Recipe #212235

    These are great as the vegetable side dish for an Asian-themed meal, or as the filling in my Onion-Garlic Crepes.

    Recipe #439664

    I developed the recipe to be the appetizer/snack in an Asian-theme meal. I made these crepes, and then served them spread with a little hoisin sauce, and stuffed with some garlicy, pickled carrots. Also, these crepes would be a nice complement to many meat and vegetable meals.

    Recipe #439663

    This is a great recipe to celebrate spring time! Using fresh mint and the new, tender leaves of spring vegetables, this pasta dish is simple, classic, and endlessly versatile. Enjoy!

    Recipe #424352

    2 Reviews |  By jo_mama

    This dish is comforting and delicious, compliments pretty much any main course, and would also be a good dish for a brunch buffet. I made this up one evening when I needed a vegetable side dish, and it was so good I plan to continue making it for years to come! A good way to describe this dish is a healthier, more vegetable-y version of your favorite cream of celery soup in side dish form! So, tweak the recipe to adjust it to your tastes and what you have on hand, and enjoy!

    Recipe #416523

    1 Reviews |  By jo_mama

    Tasty and delicious, this dish is great to warm you up on cold winter nights or when you want a steaming bowl of creamy, comforting goodness. Thanks to Rachel Eats for inspiring the walnut pesto (http://racheleats.wordpress.com/2010/01/31/a-beige-lunch-with-an-orange-finish/).

    Recipe #412530

    I love all of the ingredients in this recipe on their own--and even more when they all come together to make this healthy, delicious, simple dessert.

    Recipe #407084

    3 Reviews |  By jo_mama

    I love macaroni and cheese. It's homey, comforting, delicious, and versatile. I love this mac and cheese recipe because in addition to being cream and soul-satisfying as all mac and cheese should be, it is also incredibly easy to prepare and lower calorie. I have adapted the recipe from this New York Times recipe: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/15/health/healthspecial2/15recipekids-pasta.html

    Recipe #407081

    1 Reviews |  By jo_mama

    I begin to turn to soup when the weather outside turns a bit crisp, and I keep right on making and eating hearty, healthy, warming soups all winter long. This is an adaptable soup. Instead of the swiss chard, you could substitute any dark greens (spinach, turnip tops, radish tops, mustard greens, etc.). You could also substitute beans and/or rice for the potato; add fall veggies like sweet potatoes or squash; etc. Unless you're veggie, don't leave out the bacon. Smoked, cured pork products paired with leafy greens are one of life's simple luxuries.

    Recipe #396111

    At dinner time, I'm often confronted with the challenge of needing to make dinner from odds and ends in the fridge and pantry. I keep my pantry well stocked to increase my odds of making something edible. The following recipe is an example of a week night dinner I made recently and could be interpreted a zillion different ways based on what you have available. Enjoy!

    Recipe #394805

    Simple whole wheat beer bread recipe. Great for making when you need bread in a pinch, or if you want to package the dry ingredients as a gift. Adapted from Farm Girl Fare (http://foodiefarmgirl.blogspot.com/2005/11/beer-bread-update-whole-wheat-version.html).

    Recipe #360359

    This is a delicious mushroom appetizer/side dish that pairs well with a variety of foods and is simple to make. I first tried the dish at my mother-in-law's, and she adapts the dish every time she throws it together. Serve at room temp or slightly warm, and pairs deliciously with fresh spring onions/scallions on the side. (Cooking time is inactive time--dish is baking in the oven.)

    Recipe #354951

    Tasty, filling whole-grain casserole. Try adding your favorite veggies and make it yours! Adapted from www.barleyfoods.org.

    Recipe #349291

    2 Reviews |  By jo_mama

    I love cardamom! I can't get enough of it, so I modified two other 'Zaar recipes (32204 and 97213) to satisfy my cardamom craving. Voilà, one more way to enjoy the subtle delights of cardamom.

    Recipe #332048

    An easy, elegant dessert recipe when you're short on time, courtesy of my Aunt Kris. If she can make it, you can too!

    Recipe #331865

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