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    Adding for ZWT6. I hear this is delicious and well worth the effort! Most of the cooking time is inactive.

    Recipe #425492

    This recipe calls for the Knoedel to be baked in a dish, like a bread pudding. However, the traditional way to cook the dumplings is to form them into a ball, chill for 30 minutes to overnight, then boil in water until cooked. You may modify this recipe to boil the dumpling balls if you wish. Serve with stew or gravy.

    Recipe #425490

    An Austrian recipe. "Wiener" comes from the word "Wien," which means Vienna. Schnitzel means "meat cooked in a crust."

    Recipe #425486

    A Dutch waffle. I am guessing at the number of serving since I haven't made these, but am adding for ZWT 6.

    Recipe #425484

    A rich, Dutch cake often served with coffee or tea.

    Recipe #425475

    A refreshing recipe from Holland.

    Recipe #425468

    This recipe is a tasty way to use up milk that is starting to go sour.

    Recipe #425456

    This is a time-intensive pastry, but as someone who doesn't usually like Danish, I love this recipe! I make extra of the apple filling because this is one of the best apple fillings I've ever had. I have started using vanilla bean in all of my apple desserts because of this recipe. The cooking time is mostly inactive.

    Recipe #425449

    A chocolate version of upside down cake.

    Recipe #425278

    From the cookbook "The Curry Secret: Indian Restaurant Cookery at Home." Served with popadoms, onion salad, and a variety of other appetizers.

    Recipe #424980

    From the cookbook "The Curry Secret: Indian Restaurant Cookery at Home." Served with popadoms and Yoghurt Mint Sauce

    Recipe #424979

    You may make this spicy by adding cayenne pepper to taste.

    Recipe #424977

    A mild, almost sweet curry.

    Recipe #424976

    Curries are actually very simple, despite the long simmering time and long ingredient list!

    Recipe #424973

    From "How to Cook Everything" by Mark Bittman. Most of the time is for marinating the duck.

    Recipe #424970

    Added for ZWT 6. You may substitute regular basil for Thai, which has a mild anise flavor.

    Recipe #424966

    Adding for ZWT 6. Most of the "cooking" time is for soaking the noodles.

    Recipe #424964

    Udon noodles can be substituted for any spaghetti-like pasta.

    Recipe #424962

    This is served with sushi. Use within 1 day.

    Recipe #424955

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