I love black beans. I love hummus. So when I saw this recipe I just had to try it. I wasn't dissappointed. A delicious Middle Eastern dip for crudites and pickled vegetables. It also makes a great spread in pita sandwiches such as Recipe #227371. This one was different from any I could find on Zaar so I decided to post it also.
This delicious and impressive French dessert was actually an accident. Created out of a mistake made by a fourteen year-old assistant waiter Henri Carpentier (1880-1961) in 1895 at the Maitre at Monte Carlo's Café de Paris. He was preparing a dessert for the Prince of Wales, the future King Edward VII (1841-1910) of England. Preparing the meal, the chafing dish of cordials caught fire. No time to start over, he tasted the dish and found the flavor delightful --- the flame was just the thing to bring all the flavors perfectly together ... the Prince and guests were impressed and Henri named the dish after the Princess.
Times do not reflect time to make vanilla sugar or orange & lemon zests.
(note: vanilla sugar may also be purchased)
Moroccan preserved butter. Smen (semneh, beurre ranci) is a Moroccan preserved butter, often made from sheep and goat milk. It has a deep, pungent aroma and distinctive flavor that enhances many of Morocco's savory dishes, especially couscous. It is similar to Asian ghee, and is a flavorful ingredient in Moroccan dishes.
Cooking time does not include 1-2 week aging time.
This is one of my all-time favorite casseroles. I haven't posted it before because I assumed someone would have already posted it. I was looking for something else and came across a similar recipe, but not the same. So I decided to post this before it gets lost.
Addendum: I hadn't made this in awhile until tonight. Because I am trying to lose weight I cooked the vegetables in a covered pan sprayed with PAM and omitted the butter. It turned out just fine.
I also added some cubed cooked chicken to make this more of a complete dish. So that is another option with this very versatile casserole.
This was the 2004 Sutter Home Build A Better Burger grand prize winner, submitted by Clint Stephenson, Friendswood, Texas.
It has a lot of steps and ingredients butis easier than it looks. And the end result is worth any extra effort. This is one delicious burger --- gets an "Oh My" reaction everytime!!
I found this in an Australian food magazine. Easy and delicious with a Mediterranean flair. This is full of flavor. I love the flavor of the hummus with the lamb. I like to make my own hummus (recipe #191672).