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    Again inspired by what I read, TRUE! Asian dishes do NOT have to be high in sugar too! So simple, easy to make, Definately healthy for you and your family sake NOTE: Substituted tamari to lessen the salt content Freshly grated ginger and garlic does make a difference but can use jarred as well HINT: I put the cabbage into the food processor in pieces and pulsed slowly until desired consistency; can slice into 1/2 inch strips HINT: Next time I would finely dice the chicken into fine strips MARINATE is first 6 ingredients NOTE: If fresh shitake mushrooms are not available, can use rehydrated ones; pour warm water over for 30 minutes with towel over the bowl; drain before use NOTE: Portion size is personal preference NOTE: Can use chicken breast as well

    Recipe #457163

    Always inspired by the internet and what I read, TRUE! This one is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO simple, easy to do! NOTE: I used an egg ring, which makes the burgers 100 grams (when cooked) for 2**, (made 18 burgers!!!) Served on a bed of greens, caramelised onions (with spritz of balsamic) and homemade roasted peppers, this gets the WHOO HOO! NOTE: Original recipe *** For my food lifestyle with the other foods on the plate, is more than enough re a portion; for a male 150 grams may do too! :)

    Recipe #457162

    Always inspired by what I read and see! I thoroughly enjoyed making these! Simple, nutritious, SO easy to do! Look forward to my first review! 1 1/2 lb pork back ribs 1 tbsp olive oil 1/2 tsp crushed red chili pepper salt and freshly ground black peppe 1 cup chicken broth 1 can tomatoes, (19 oz) 1 tbsp red wine vinegar NOTE: My serving portion is 2 ribs; adjust to your liking; served on bed of greens, brocolli spritzed with balsamic vinegar

    Recipe #455643

    Always inspired by recipes and photos I see on the itnernet true! This one is health, QUICK, delicious too! Added tandoori colouring, but do not have to do, Look forward to my first review!

    Recipe #455340

    It really DOES make a difference from scratch, TRUE! This recipe is EASY to do! Combined with this recipe, DEFINATELY a keeper, works for me! NOTE: Changed recipe slightly to fit my lifestyle NOTE: May need to add up to 3 tbsp more of either water or oil if your mixture is too dry NOTE: Used coriander including the root

    Recipe #455074

    Inspired by the intermnet, TRUE! Recently on a journey, making things from scratch too! Used these two recipe as my guide, The photo I made with pride! :) Thai Green Curry sauce from scratch NOTE: Have made changes to suit my lifestyle (listed below) NOTE: Include chopped coriander including root

    Recipe #455072

    JUST my luck to find this on the net, Does this taste the same? YOU BET! NO SUGAR, MUCh healthier for you! Look forward to my first review NOTE: Substituted tamari to lower salt content too :)

    Recipe #455070

    ALWAYS inspired by what I find on the Internet, TRUE! LOVE the EASE and simplicity too! HEALTHY, nutritious, simple as can be! This "inspired" (and slighly changed) DIABETIC FOR DUMMIES COOKBOOK RECIPE by ALAN RUBIN is a DEFINATE keeper for ME!!! NOTE: To make the strips easier to do, I cut the chicken breast square to start too! One inch strips, than between baking paper, lightly pounded away, HOPING this recipe WILL make your day! Used FRESH herbs as does make a difference too! :) Original recipe says to place under broiler for 8 minutes; when pounded thin, can fry in heated pan (no oil) for 30 seconds each side until light brown, saving HEAPS of time too! PREP time does NOT include marinading overnight :) NOTE: I used chicken breasts cut into 1 inch strips about 4 ounces each NOTE: I added some spinach at the end until it wilted for extra colour and serve of veggie too :) WHOO HOO!!

    Recipe #454992

    Always I-N-S-P-I-R-E-D by the Internet, TRUE! Especially when see a photo or two! These WHOOPIE PIES are TERRIFIC, easy to make! Mix, blend, and did I mention bake!

    Recipe #444476

    Always inspired by what I read and see! This dessert is made economically! Simply delicious, SO easy to do! Look forward to the first review! NOTE re servings, I like mini bite portions :)

    Recipe #443596

    Always inspired by what I read, This recipe makes for a healthy delicious feed, SO simple, easy to do, I look forward to my first review! NOTE: Oil in the pan is optional and think on a George Forman grill would make for an even nicer presentation, but the taste is yummy! RE the Moroccan seasoning, can make your own or store bought NOTE: I used french vanilla yogurt; personal taste NOTE: Can use less coriander in patties and in salad; personal preference really

    Recipe #443037

    Was inspired by a magazine, true! This really is a lovely, easy way to do! SO healthy, delicious, easy to make, Just simply marinade and bake! :) NOTE: I use chicken breasts with skin on for more flavour; can remove once baked

    Recipe #441408

    Saw this while surfing the net, Was it exciting and intriguing? YOU BET! Looked to be something different and unique! Hope your curiousity in having a look in does peak! Here's what it actually does look like, TRUE! Perhaps very soon someone will do a review :) NOTE: NOTE: Garnishes: Some shredded coconut, some pine nuts, some walnuts, some pistachios ( soaked in orange blossom water for a couple of hours and peeled)

    Recipe #433247

    TOTALLY inspired by Meg-a-Bites! This recipe provides alot of delights! Substituted Bocconcini for the cheese, Baked at 180C, for 25 minutes until lightly golden brown and this CERTAINLY did please! Healthy, delish, SO easy to do! The versatility is only limited by your imagination, TRUE!

    Recipe #432810

    Here's the original, TRUE! Always give credit where credit is due! Looks yummy as can be! Cannot wait to make this recipe!

    Recipe #427057

    Wanted to refigure nutritional info without the rice

    Recipe #427056

    Is this recipe redone, thought would play with lowering the carbs/salt for fun :)

    Recipe #427055

    Was inspired from a recipe saw on the net? Did I make it? you bet? The core recipe came here here, TRUE! Added my own little twist, providing hints and tip too! :) Was SO proud of myself as made from scratch today! Am hoping someone else has the patience to make and review okay? NOTE: The 4 of mine came out HUGE! These are WARNING, WARNING...VERY filling too! I only ate 1/2 of one, But for golly goodness sake, making these are FUN! :) NOTE: 7g sachet dried yeast = 2 1/4 teaspoons Thanks to Kerfuffle-Upon-Wincle for the cropping of the additional photo too! :)

    Recipe #427054

    While surfing the net today, This photo and recipe came my way! Is breakfast time, but SO wanted to do, Comes from The Complete Middle East Cookbook by Tess Mallos via, TRUE! NOTE: Can also be made with beans, TRUE! If interested, on the link liisted you can find it too! NOTE: Have not made to date so servings and prep is not exact YET, Will someone make these soon? YOU BET! NOTE: Some of the ingredients listed is personal taste, TRUE! As are "a pinch" of or any combination/taste that you like too! Parsley is chopped, tomaotes have a preference to remove the skin, I think with this recipe, it is certainly a win! NOTE: Make sure to use starchy potatoes too, As will enhance/create the outcome you want for this recipe and lastly "GOOD LUCK TO YOU!"

    Recipe #425690

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