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    This is a very useful spice blend for Middle Eastern Dishes. I have also found it to be good on cooked pasta, mixed with some olive oil, toasted pine nuts and olives. Also good on a bagel with cream cheese and then za'atar sprinkled on top. Try it on bruschetta with chopped tomatoes, garlic, olive oil, balsamic vinegar mixed up and then sprinkle with the za'atar - delish!

    Recipe #410533

    This dish always comes out delicious, even with changes to the ingredients. I have made it with salmon, halibut, red snapper, swordfish and tilapia. You can control the heat by the amount of hot pepper you use. If you don't have a jalapeno on hand, substitute 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper ( I usually use both in this recipe). If you don't have za'atar spice blend, use 1/4 tsp thyme, 1/4 tsp marjoram, 1/4 tsp oregano, 1/2 tsp roasted sesame seeds and 1 tsp sumac for this recipe. This looks as good as it tastes!

    Recipe #410530

    These are easy to make and really tasty. I just made another batch and found that I like them even better using brown sugar. I also had to add 2 tsp of flour as a thickener to this batch because the apples released a lot of juice.

    Recipe #409820

    This is the best stromboli recipe I have ever used. It is my brother's recipe and once you try it, you'll see what I mean - your guests and family will rave! You will need to find an Italian deli to get the ingredients. Try it as written the first time and then later you can make changes if you want to make a simpler version. I use 2 pizza dough balls, but I couldn't get the site to accept that wording, so it says one. Knead the two together by hand for a couple of minutes & you should have the right amount of dough. My directions make it sound complicated, but basically, you just roll out the dough, layer everything in columns, roll it up and bake it.

    Recipe #409243

    This is one of my favorite family recipes. It is great as a first course or for lunch. I usually use medium shrimp for this dish, but it doesn't really matter what size the shrimp are. It's not really hot, but you can use less hot sauce (or more if you like). We usually serve it with plain popcorn on top, though some skip the popcorn. Don't use buttery popcorn, only plain will do. Some Ecuadorians serve it with maiz tostado, which is a kind of fried/toasted corn kernal which doesn't pop. You can buy maiz in markets that carry Andean products. You have to saute them in hot oil until they get toasted. This dish is served in a wide champagne goblet or a dish in which you would serve a shrimp cocktail. Cooking time listed is for shrimp. Chilling time is not listed.

    Recipe #408913

    This is great for hot days - no mayo! It's different from the usual waldorf. I serve it in clear plastic drink cups at picnics and barbecues, as a dessert. This is the basic recipe. You can add 1/2 c shredded, sweetened coconut if you like, or pineapple tidbits, or both!

    Recipe #408004

    This is a quick and tasty sandwich I like to make with left over baked chicken breast. I usually use grainy mustard, but it's good with honey mustard too. I also like this on walnut bread.

    Recipe #407972

    This is a flavorful beef stew that's easy to make. I have made it in a crock pot, on the stove and in the oven, depending on my time and the weather. I don't like a lot of meat in my stew, and I think this is enough, though my husband likes it with 3 lbs meat. I like to serve it as is in a bowl, or you can serve it on a plate with brown rice.

    Recipe #407419

    This is a wonderful dish for entertaining. The presentation is fabulous, but it is still a one-dish meal. All of the time involved is prep time. Once it's in the pan, you are free to mingle with your guests while it cooks. This is a pricey dish to prepare, but you can control the cost somewhat by using less expensive ingredients. The chorizo, chicken and shrimp are mandatory. The rest is up to you. A note about the chorizo - don't use Mexican chorizo, it is a completely different product and doesn't work in this dish. If you cannot find Spanish chorizo sausage, use spicy Italian sausage instead. It's not the same, but it will give a good flavor. Also, the very best rice to use for this dish is Bomba rice from Spain. You can find it at stores that import food products from Spain or at on-line sites. If you can't get Bomba, use Valencia rice. Since this is a rice-based dish, look for the best rice for complete success. Italian arborio is not a good choice, nor is long grain, short grain or Basmati. Plan ahead and find the sources you need for the right ingredients. This comes out best if you use a very large shallow pan that has a cover. I use a 16" non-stick pan with sides that are about 3 1/2 inches high. You can find these pans in some Chinese markets at a very low price. Some of those large covered chicken fryers can work too. Otherwise, use two pans and divide everything between the two pans. Everyone I have served this to talks about it years later. It is that good!

    Recipe #407332

    This recipe is so easy to make and turns out really delicious. The meat is so tender you can cut it with your fork. The sauce is great. We serve it with rice.

    Recipe #393248

    During a dinner party, the dog knocked down and ate the cake I had made for dessert. So I made this quick and easy dessert which was enjoyed by all.

    Recipe #389231

    I made this one winter day when I couldn't decide what to do with 2 lbs of ground beef that I had. I put it into a large Le Creuset dutch oven and it took 2 1/2 hours for the potatoes and carrots to cook through.. The family liked it.

    Recipe #388953

    This is an easy Spanish stew that has so much flavor. I love to eat this plain, in a bowl, but my DH likes it over rice. The Goya seasoning packet makes this dish. Use 1 packet. If you use the one that is labeled MILD, it is not very spicy at all. You can find it in most supermarkets in my area, in the latino food products section. You may have to go to a latino market to get it, but you will be GLAD you did. It can be used in so many dishes and enhances flavor so much. You add it in addition to any other seasonings you use in a dish. It is great in Tortilla soup. If you can't find it, try Goya's website. To start, I put 2 annatto seeds in the olive oil to give it flavor and color, over med heat for about 2 minutes, remove the seeds and continue with the onions. You can omit this step - it doesn't change the taste much.

    Recipe #387941

    This is quick and delicious. Best made 2-3 days in advance of the party, so it's one less thing you have to do on the day of the party. I have cut down on the oil that is usually used for this salad, but it's not missed. I use Splenda instead of sugar, but you can substitute sugar if you prefer it.

    Recipe #376666

    This quiche is easy to make and really tasty. You can use any kind of cheese combination. Grate the cheese on the large holes of the grater. This is a great way to use up bits and pieces of left over cheese. I usually make this after a party, when I have lots of kinds of left over cheese that may not get used up otherwise. I have even used Parmesan and feta mixed with other cheeses and it always tastes great. Try whisking in 1 1/2 tsp of dijon mustard with the half and half or milk for a little more flavor. I have subsequently made this with 1 bunch of well sauteed, chopped, swiss chard and 1/2 onion, finely diced. I sauteed them in 3 tbsp butter for 15 minutes over med heat, and used 1 1/2 c. of the cooked chard and onion instead of the spinach. Everything else remains the same. It was really, really good.

    Recipe #371522

    Creamy and delicious! This is very quick to make since the shrimp and crab is already cooked. Bay scallops are so small that they cook in two minutes. You can make this with just shrimp or with any combination of the seafood mentioned in the recipe. I sometimes add about 1/4 cup dry white wine before adding the milk and half and half. I let it cook for about 2-3 minutes and then proceed. This dish can be served over pasta and also over rice.

    Recipe #356528

    This is an easy to prepare soup that just takes a total of 15 minutes, not counting the time it takes to boil the water for the pasta. It has a Korean influence. You can control the heat by adding less garlic chili sauce and chili or cayenne. You can add a can of clams with its juice if you want more clams in the soup. My family loves this soup on a cold day, though there aren't too many of those days here in L.A.

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