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    A thick spaghetti sauce ..you can vary the types of meat (ground pork, turkey, chicken ,beef or a combination of these), and you can use any veggies of your choice to add to the sauce but just be sure that they are chopped finely.

    Recipe #76419

    I used to make my own baby food when the kids were younger. This was one of their favourites. Gradually, I added garlic powder, onion powder (as they got older), parsley, herbs, ginger, cayenne, cumin. Soon, they were able to eat all the spicy foods that I cooked. This is a good basic recipe even if you're not trying to introduce new flavours, vegetables , etc. Prep time includes the time to bake the chicken. For younger babies, this may be good for 2-3 serivings. For older ones, it would probably be sufficient for one serving. I have recorded it as one serving in this case.

    Recipe #75911

    A quick, delicious, healthy milkshake!

    Recipe #75909

    This is an easy recipe that requires little effort but tastes great! Serve with grilled chicken or fish and garlic bread for a complete meal.

    Recipe #75648

    This is a basic Indian buttermilk recipe. You can make one of the two variations or eat it as is on the side with rice and curry. It is popular in the southern regions of India.

    Recipe #75502

    This is an Indian dish and there are many variations. You can add roasted slivered almonds, or peas or a number of different ingredients. However, I like to eat this as a breakfast food on a Sunday morning! Personally, I prefer to add more green chilies than listed in this recipe and sometimes I even add a bit of cayenne pepper, but that's up to you.

    Recipe #75504

    I got this from an article (and I can't remember where I read it). It was about a family who had family reunions every year and they put together their favourite recipes. This was one of them which was in their family for many years. After you taste it, you'll know why it's a favourite! If you want to add a cream cheese icing, do it when the cake has completely cooled. I have tried many recipes but haven't found one that I really like yet so I serve it plain and it still disappears quickly!

    Recipe #74876

    Enjoy this cocktail and avoid the bright sunlight the next morning!

    Recipe #74845

    This cake is versatile and you can substitute strawberry jam with marmalade or any other flavour of jam. You can use alcohol to flavour it or not. You can ice it or leave it plain. You can serve it as a Christmas fruit cake or use it to make a wedding cake. It does make enough cake to fill a set of three graduated wedding cake pans (7.5 in, 5.5 in, and a 4 in pan). Each cake is about 2 inches high and the total weight is about 11.5 lbs. If you cut it up for a wedding cake, it would probably serve anywhere from 100-150 people depending on how small you want the pieces to be.

    Recipe #74842

    A quick and easy Indian meat dish. The spices can be adjusted to suit your tastes. You can omit the coconut if you have cholesterol problems or if you don't like the flavour of coconut.

    Recipe #74772

    A very easy and tasty ground beef curry from the Andhra Pradesh region in India. You can adjust the amount of cayenne pepper , decrease it especially if you are trying to introduce spicy foods to children or to people who are not used to it. Or, you can increase it if you like it hot!!!

    Recipe #74769

    This is a quick and healthy meal which can be served with steamed vegetables or salad with a low fat dressing. Prep time includes marinading.

    Recipe #74766

    You can cook it with hot Italian sausages as in the directions below or you can make it with mild or sweet sausages. If you do, you may want to omit the peppers and add either a touch of honey, syrup, or brown sugar, and sliced tart apples . Either way, I think I'd keep the onions...but that's a personal choice. You can also add chili flakes or parsley or any herb/spice that suits your tastes. If you want to serve it over pasta, you can add a can or two of spaghetti sauce and slice the sausauges before frying. This recipe is so versatile, you can't go wrong.

    Recipe #74728

    During my latest visit to India, my cousin Elmer's wife, Priscilla , made this delicious dish spicy chicken dish which she served as an appetizer. I asked my cousins why it was called "Chicken '65", and they said, "It's so delicious, you could eat it 365 days a year!" Well, I don't know if this is the real source of the name of this dish or not, but I wouldn't doubt it! It really is delicious! The prep time includes the marinade time. You can put a toothpick in each piece and serve as an appetizer or leave it in a casserole dish and serve as a main dish.

    Recipe #72478

    A variation of basic dal from Hyderabad, India.

    Recipe #72477

    A quick and easy fish fry recipe from Hyderabad, India.

    Recipe #72475

    A quick and easy tomato dal from Hyderabad, India.

    Recipe #62586

    An easy and tasty recipe that you can whip up in no time! This is from "The Best of Bridge- Royal Treats for Entertaining".

    Recipe #62220

    This is just a basic recipe. You can experiment by putting a bit of spinach, or sweet peppers chopped finely, or bits of pineapple and ham, or whatever you have in the fridge that you think would go well with this recipe. If you like it more firm, you can do one or more of the following: increase the eggs or breadcrumbs, uncover while cooking, use leaner meat, drain the loaf of any fat halfway through cooking. If you like a moist but firm meatloaf, just follow the directions!

    Recipe #61787

    Brinjal is another word for egg plant. This is an Indian vegetarian dish.

    Recipe #60856

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