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    This is a delicious and easy way to get more beans into your diet. This is an extremely versatile recipe, and you can easily change the taste by simply changing the seasonings. The recipe below is just a guideline for your own creativity, and I tend to adjust the ingredients based on what I have on hand. This is extremely healthy and the low cost can't be beat. Serve plain, in a tortilla, pita, or bun, topped with the sauce (below) tomato, onion, lettuce, etc.

    Recipe #383958

    These are very easy to make and are absolutely delicious. The ingredients are estimates since it really depends on how large your crostini are. Feel free to make your own crostini by cutting french bread into thin slices and toasting them in the oven. Prep time does not include the soak time for the figs. Another option for serving, is to take the soaked figs and blend in a mini food processor, then spread on the goat cheese before baking.

    Recipe #341156

    Update: I have double checked the baking soda amount and it is indeed 2 tsp. Hope this helps avoid any confusion. *** I absolutely adore the pancakes served at Cracker Barrel, especially their pecan pancakes. This recipe comes from the Cracker Barrel Cookbook. In my experience, you need to make sure that your cooking surface is well greased or you get leathery pancakes.

    Recipe #327922

    Absolutely delicious, easy to make and healthy.

    Recipe #314195

    This was a bit of a strange combination that turned out just amazing!! The flavors are strong and vibrant, complimenting the chicken nicely. You could probably use left over or rotisserie chicken to speed things up, although I cooked up some breasts for this sandwich. For the chorizo, you want to use the kind that you get at the deli and has already been cooked and cured, not the raw stuff. The amounts are really just estimates, since it'll vary depending on the size of your bread. For grilling the bread, use a panini press, a Foreman grill, or even just a pan to toast the bread. I recommend the bread have a strong enough texture, like a ciabbata, saloio, or my favorite is the Tuscan pane from Trader Joes.

    Recipe #313199

    Easy to make, delicious, and good for you. I don't even like carrots and I would happily eat a bowl or two. For a healthier version, leave out the cream (It still tastes fantastic, even without it). Feel free to use the bagged carrots sticks to cut down on prep time.

    Recipe #303883

    This is from the Essential Pasta Cookbook, and looks delicious, so I'm putting it here for safe keeping. What could be better than a creamy bowl of carbs loaded with mushrooms and chicken? Yum.

    Recipe #294924

    This is an excellent and simple baked bean dish done the traditional greek way. Simple, healthy and delicious. Feel free to substitute dried cannelini beans that have been soaked overnight for the canned.

    Recipe #294915

    I came up with these quick sauces to top off Donar Kebabs (gyros), similar to what you get in Europe. There's a white sauce similar to an aioli and a red chili sauce similar to harissa, but these use shortcuts to cut down on prep time since you're also cooking up the donar kebabs. I make these to go with my recipe Recipe #292013 .

    Recipe #292170

    ***Update: There was a typo with the salt amount and it has now been changed to 2 teaspoons. Also, based on the review, I would like to clarify that for the strips, you compress the meat with your hands like you would make a burger, but shape it a bit thinner and strip shaped.*** This is very flavorful and quick since you just pan fry thin strips of the ground meat. Feel free to experiment with the toppings... For greek go with tzatziki, tomato and onion (even french fries are great in this combo). For donar (like you get in Europe) top with aioli and harissa with coleslaw, onion and tomato. For donair (like you get in Canada) top with donair sauce, tomato and onion. This makes a good amount so feel free to form and freeze a portion of the meat for a super quick meal or half the recipe. Please note that I have not included recipes for the different sauces, but there are many recipes available on Zaar. Update: I've added a recipe for a quick version of the aioli and harissa sauces that usually accompany the donar kebabs in Europe; Recipe #292170 .

    Recipe #292013

    I love this stuff!!! Kind of an east meets west style salad dressing. Very easy to make in a mini food processor. Feel free to substitute with a low fat mayo. This would also be great over chicken or fish. My 2 y.o. loves this!

    Recipe #288651

    This is from the Culinary Institute of America book, "Breakfast and Brunch". I have not made this yet, but the picture in the book looked delicious! A healthy alternative to some of the dips out there, with a beautiful vibrant green color. I would serve this with crostini or some crusty bread. The book also states that you could use this also as a pasta sauce, thinned down with a bit of pasta water. Prep time does not include 30 min. chill time.

    Recipe #288003

    From the Culinary Institute of America book 'Breakfasts and Brunches'. These muffins look fantastic, so I'm putting the recipe here for safe keeping. I haven't tried these yet. The streusel recipe makes 2 cups, but you'll only need 3/4 cup for this recipe. I would store the remainder in the fridge for my next batch of muffins. If you don't have pecans, feel free to substitute a different type of nut.

    Recipe #287981

    Yummy! This is very close to what you get at Chevy's or Chi-Chi's. This is like a very moist cornbread flecked with corn kernels. Comes together in a snap and makes a great side. Guaranteed kid pleaser! This dish should be served hot or warm, and reheats nicely in the microwave.

    Recipe #284953

    This is a quick and easy dessert that's fantastic served alone or as a pie filling. Use whatever berries you prefer, or leave them out for a simple lemon dessert. This would even be good sandwiched between 2 vanilla cookies and frozen for an icecream sandwich. Feel free to use fat free ingredients to lighten this up.

    Recipe #284741

    From Country Living magazing. This looks like a beautifully glossy and light buttercream. I haven't tried this yet, but wanted to put this here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #284634

    This bread is absolutely amazing!!! I started with the basic dough from the book "Artisan Breads in 5 Minutes a Day" and then started to play around. This is a deliciously sweet (not too sweet, though) bread loaded with nuts and cranberries and then topped off with brown sugar and almond crust. This is very close to the bread from "When Pigs Fly" except it doesn't cost $7 a loaf. This comes together very easily, so don't let the long list turn you off. This makes 4 loaves. The original recipe could be set aside in the fridge for up to 2 weeks, allowing you to make a loaf when you liked. I'm not sure this would work, since I haven't tried it. Also, I like to use non stick foil, but feel free to use a pizza stone instead (with corn meal to avoid sticking). UPDATE: I have changed the order around a bit, since it seems that there was an unexpected fermentation between the yeast and the cranberries.

    Recipe #282324

    These custard tarts are absolutely delicious! I got this recipe off allrecipes, submitted by John J. Pacheco, and wanted to put it here for safe keeping. Hope he doesn't mind. You could probably substitute vanilla extract for the vanilla bean. I liked the fact that this recipe uses milk istead of heavy cream.

    Recipe #281814

    This copycat recipe is from Top Secret Recipes. Chili's chicken crispers are chicken fingers with a light and airy batter, usually served with Recipe #28110. This serves 4 as an appetizer or 2 as an entree.

    Recipe #281782

    A super easy way to get all the gunk out of those rubber valves in your toddler's sippy cup and bottles. The only bad part is that they smell minty when you're done, but a good cleaning should take care of that

    Recipe #281454

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