Recipe Sifter

  • Start Here
    • Course
    • Main Ingredient
    • Cuisine
    • Preparation
    • Occasion
    • Diet
    • Nutrition

Select () or exclude () categories to narrow your recipe search.


As you select categories, the number of matching recipes will update.

Make some selections to begin narrowing your results.
  • Calories
  • Amount per serving
    1. Total Fat
    2. Saturated Fat
    3. Polyunsat. Fat
    4. Monounsat. Fat
    5. Trans Fat
  • Cholesterol
  • Sodium
  • Potassium
  • Total Carbohydrates
    1. Dietary Fiber
    2. Sugars
  • Protein
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin C
  • Calcium
  • Iron
  • Vitamin E
  • Magnesium
  • Alcohol
  • Caffeine
  • Find exactly what you're looking for with the web's most powerful recipe filtering tool.

    You are in: Home / diner524's Public Recipes
    Lost? Site Map

    Recipe Box is Here

    Save your favorite recipes

    Upload your own

    Create and manage Shopping Lists

    Share with friends

    480 Recipes

    Sort by: Newest | Rating | Photos | Time to Make | A-Z

    A recipe I found on to post here for Australia's leg of ZWT.

    Recipe #483147

    This is a recipe I found on "" while searching for Portugese recipes. This is her father's favorite Portugese dessert and she posted this recipe for Father's Day.

    Recipe #483143

    A recipe I found on for ZWT Australia region. Here is what is stated about the recipe: This lamb leg is guaranteed to please even the toughest barbecue critic. Served with jacket potatoes and green olive mayonnaise, it's a real winner. This is about a 3 lb leg of lamb and the recipe states to serve with jacket potatoes and a green olive mayonnaise which is included. Note: Start this recipe at least 3 hours in advance (preparation and cooking times given do not include marinating time).

    Recipe #483047

    Another recipe found on while searching for recipes for the Australia leg of ZWT. Here is what was stated: A delicious combination of butter, oats, golden syrup and coconut, it's no wonder these biscuits are an Aussie classic!

    Recipe #483045

    A recipe I found while searching for recipes for ZWT - Australia on Here is what was stated: Our reinvention of the the humble meat pie features salty bacon and a fresh thyme.

    Recipe #483042

    Found online while searching for traditional Indian recipes at "Sailu's Kitchen". The recipe seems to use lemons and limes interchangeably, but I just used lemons in the ingredients as it is compared to lemonade. Here is what is stated about this drink: Vitamin C rich, Nimbu Pani aka Lemon water, a refreshing thirst quencher is a common summer drink in Indian homes. Basic recipe involves lime juice, water, sugar and pinch of salt. For a deeper lemony flavor, add the squeezed out lemons to the prepared lemonade and allow to sit for an hour or so. Strain and serve. For variation, add pinch of cardamom OR pinch of chat masala powder OR pinch of jaljira powder to a glass of Nimbu Pani.

    Recipe #483041

    A recipe I found on by Australian Good Taste - June 1997 Recipe by Janene Brooks. This recipe calls for Desiree potatoes, which look similar to the US red-skinned potatoes. I did change the recipe a bit to add a bit more flavor. This states it serves one but I feel this could serve two with the potatoes, eggs, ham, cheese and veggies

    Recipe #483016

    A recipe I came across while searching for recipes of India and it is from "". Here is what is stated: "Lassi is a cooling yogurt beverage originally from the northern part of India. Traditionally lassi is unsweetened and has a pinch of salt and some spices mixed in. More recently, sweetened fruit lassis have become very popular drinks, both in India and around the world."

    Recipe #483000

    This is a recipe from Steven Raichlen's "The BBQ Bible". Here is what is stated: "The original version of this dish is hot, hot, hot. For the full effect, use 1 entire tablespoon of cayenne. For a milder but highly flavorful rendition, use 1 to 2 teaspoons cayenne, or substitute hot paprika which isn’t quite as fiery. To round out your meal at Bademiya, two fulltime bakers work nonstop tossing paper-thin disks of dough onto charcoal-fired metal domes to make freshly cooked ruoomali ("handkerchief" bread). Since these are difficult to make, I suggest serving this chicken with either of two thoroughly non-Indian but definitely satisfactory alternatives, flour tortillas or lavash. Afghan Coriander Sauce and Tamarind Dipping Sauce make great accompaniments." NOTE: Allow 4-6 hours to marinade.

    Recipe #482997

    A recipe I found while searching for ZWT recipes for Mexico/TexMex on I changed it slightly by not using the cilantro as I don't think I have had it in any Queso and not sure I would like it in a cheese dip. My DS, his girlfriend Kristin and myself have now enjoyed this this dip. It is so good!! I didn't have enough fresh tomatoes for the recipe so I did use a can of "Rotel" mild version and only used one jalapeno pepper and this was a nice mild spice, though next time would probably add more jalapeno peppers or one of the Serrano peppers (I only made 1/2 of the recipe, which was more then enough for 3 of us) to give it a little more kick and I am a wimp for spicy foods.

    Recipe #482995

    A recipe I found online while looking for ZWT Mexico recipes. This is from Bueno Foods Recipes. Here is what is stated: "These are tacos to talk about! Kids love them because of the taste. Adults love them because they're so easy to make." Untried by me but plan to in the near future.

    Recipe #482992

    Posting this recipe for ZWT New Zealand, which I found on for New Zealand desserts. Here is what is stated: "George, world famous in New Zealand for his bread making books, branches out to make the world's best Bakewell tart. I challenge you to try this recipe and prove me wrong! As an electrical engineer, George became manager of the servicing workshop for a retail appliance business, and in this role he tested hundreds of bread-machines. Through his own efforts, and those of the customers he helped, he developed a great repertoire of never-fail recipes. George wrote four books on using bread making machines, all were published by Penguin Press." After some searching I found the author of this recipe to be George Dale and he is the author of "Delectable Daley Bread". Here in the USA, I think generally we find 9" frozen pie crusts in foil pans, which should work well for this recipe.

    Recipe #482964

    A recipe I found on for New Zealand recipes. Here is what is stated: "By the name Scotch Fillet, one might assume that it is a particular cut of meat that originated in Scotland or is from Scottish-bred cattle. Instead, Scotch fillet is a term commonly used in Australia and New Zealand for a fillet cut from the rib tenderloin portion of beef, and sometimes pork. Other names for Scotch fillet are rib fillet or rib-eye fillet."

    Recipe #482962

    A recipe I found on under the Indian Cuisine, recipe by Anna Olson from Fresh, that I am posting for ZWT. The recipe didn't include cooking times so mine is just a guess as it is untried by me.

    Recipe #482901

    This recipe was found on About.Com on the Spanish Food section. Here is what was stated: "Garlic Lemon Chicken is a relatively easy chicken recipe, which has two of the essential Mediterranean ingredients - garlic and citrus. Pieces of chicken are first sautéed in olive oil, then baked in a garlic chicken broth with white wine and slices of lemon. Serve with potatoes or rice."

    Recipe #482844

    A great sounding recipe I found while searching to add recipes for the Spain leg of ZWT. This is from Spainish Food on "" site. Here is what is stated: "Chicken breasts in green sauce make a wonderful main course or a tapa. Lightly fry the chicken breasts, then sauté garlic, onions, white wine and parsley to make the sauce. In about 40 minutes you have a Spanish main course, full of flavor. Serve with rice or fried potatoes. Prefer a tapa? Then, cut the chicken breasts into small pieces and serve with the green sauce atop baguette slices."

    Recipe #482810

    Another recipe I found while searching for ZWT recipes for New Zealand/Australia. This is a recipe by Stu Todd, who was a contestent on New Zealand MasterChef. This is acutally a meal for two. It sounds delicious and I can't wait to try it.

    Recipe #482807

    I found this recipe while searching for ZWT New Zealand recipes on the site for MasterChef New Zealand. The Langham marinated rib eye steak Recipe is by Volker Marecek. I haven't tried this yet but it sounds so good that I plan to try it soon. Make sure to allow at least two hours to marinate the steaks. The recipes directions state to pan fry and then finish in the oven but living in Florida, I will grill the steak and then serve as suggested with the Bearnaise sauce on the side.

    Recipe #482805

    A recipe I found while searching for Australian recipes for ZWT. Found this one on the Sydney Fish Market web site. This is what was stated about the prawns/recipe: "Tiny little school prawns, small enough to eat head and all, are in season from about October – March … which is the best time to make this moreish dish. Add more chilli if you feel like a little more heat!" This serves 6 as an entree.

    Recipe #482804

    Posting this recipe for the ZWT Australia which I found at Here is what was stated: "The Moreton Bay bug (Thenus orientalis), also known as the Bay lobster, is a species of slipper lobster found throughout the waters of Australia's north coast. If you don't have Moreton Bay bug you can use lobster, redclaw, or marron in this recipe."

    Recipe #482803

    « Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 . . . 18 19 20 Next »
    Displaying up to 20 pages of results. To see all results, or register.

    Free Weekly Newsletter

    Get the latest recipes and tips delivered right to your inbox.

    Your e-mail is safe. Privacy Policy

    Over 475,000 Recipes Network of Sites