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    This is a wonderful dish for the late fall or winter; either as a side dish or as a light meal in itself. Try other grains besides the rice. Millet, wild rice, bulgur or barley would all work well; just save a little of whatever you have left over from another meal.

    Recipe #45687

    This is a rich, subtle soup, originally from The West Indies Cookbook by Connie and Arnold Krochmal.

    Recipe #45464

    Any of the "twiggy" or bud-like cereals (which are in fact mostly bran) will work in these cookies. You could also replace the figs with raisins or chocolate chips. These may be good for you but they are also just plain good.

    Recipe #44665

    No browning is necessary for the rich, one-pot stew. Just toss the cubed beef with garlic paste and roast it without adding liquid. Use a heavy pot with a tight-fitting lid to keep in the moisture.

    Recipe #44358

    I really don't know how long it takes to make this.

    Recipe #43436

    This was posted in response to a request for a low-fat cheesecake recipe. It's very quick and easy to make, and tasty too. Use low-fat cheese but don't use a totally non-fat cheese or the texture will be a bit "gritty."

    Recipe #41869

    Submitted in response to a request. This is a nice simple supper dish made with roast pork shoulder. (Picnic roast.) Pork shoulder roast is often on sale at a very reasonable price, but, because it tends to be a large cut and very fatty, it is best slowly roasted with a cup or so of water and a couple tablespoons soy sauce, cooled enough to handle, then de-boned, de-fatted, and divided up for use in other dishes.

    Recipe #41851

    One of my favourite late summer dishes. I serve it as a stew, with fresh bread and butter, or else I ladle it over steamed rice. I guess you could serve it as a side dish but I think of it as a nice vegetarian supper. Reheats beautifully. If you can find decent green beans in the winter, you can make this with canned crushed tomatoes - 2 or 3 cups depending on how soupy you would like it.

    Recipe #41540

    My Grandmother made this when I was a kid, and I loved it. I was thinking about it recently, but I didn't have any cabbage, so I used cauliflower instead. That was good too. I never have any bouillon cubes around so I just use a teaspoon of miso instead.

    Recipe #41536

    This is a thick, vegetable-laden soup, which is a meal in itself. It is submitted in response to a request for Russian Cabbage Soup made with meatballs. I suspect it would be easy to replace the meat from the stock with plain meatballs which have been browned in a little oil then simmered in the stock. This soup has a rich sweet-sour flavour and is very satisfying. I adapted it from two recipes in a Russian cookbook published by MIR in the 1970's.

    Recipe #41346

    I picked up this recipe around ten years ago at a health food convention. It was put out by either the California Fig Board or Pistachio Board - I forget which. Plainly, they were in cahoots. Anyway, this is just delicious - probably my all-time favourite loaf cake. Prep time includes soaking of fruit and nuts.

    Recipe #39756

    These bear no resemblance to hamburgers other than being delicious in a bun with the same sort of topping. The "batter" will keep, covered, in the fridge, for up to a week making this an extremely convenient and delicious lunch or quick supper dish, or you can make tiny ones and serve as an appetizer. NOTE: I continue to make these regularly, and not surprisingly, don't make them the same every time. I often omit the Jalapeno and ginger, and instead add an extra grated zucchini and a tablespoon of mild curry powder.

    Recipe #39600

    For those looking for healthy soy recipes, and fans of lemon desserts - that would be just about everybody, no?

    Recipe #39394

    A very fast and easy soup made by doctoring canned goods. Reasonably low fat, high fibre, vegetarian. And yet - people like it.

    Recipe #39124

    Not at all like tomato catsup, more of a smooth textured (lightly)spicy sweet chutney. Excellent with poultry dishes.

    Recipe #39009

    I love Spring Rolls but I hate deep frying! These are just as tasty as fried and definitely much lower in fat, although I don't think they would qualify as a really low fat recipe. Spring roll wrappers can be found in the freezer or refrigerator at any good Chinese or Vietnamese grocery store.

    Recipe #39000

    A desperate "haven't shopped, clean the fridge" dish which turned out to be well worth doing on purpose. Quick and easy supper for two, but easily doubled.

    Recipe #38743

    Great for those days when you stagger home from work and need dinner on the table fifteen minutes ago. So simple I'm a little embarrassed to call it a recipe. Tasty AND low fat.

    Recipe #38660

    Here is a very fast and easy soup, with a rich, subtle flavour. Note: I adopted this recipe, and made changes to it which are not reflected in the review, as it was done before the changes.

    Recipe #34049

    There are a number of variations on this buttery shortbread type cookie; a Christmas classic. The nuts are variable. I have used hazelnuts and almonds as well, and a combination of a couple different nuts can be very good. I adopted this recipe as a Recipezaar orphan, and made some changes to it to conform with how I make these.

    Recipe #16220

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