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    I never knew there could be so many distinct tastes in one dish. I have served this several times for company and everyone has loved it. From Jamie Oliver.

    Recipe #312730

    Different but SO good.

    Recipe #312549

    This is delicious. Many people make their own pastas. I do not. I have posted this recipe in its original form. I however skipped the whole pasta making bit. I just use wonton wrappers. Same thing….saves time.

    Recipe #312548

    Recipe comes from an asian blog. Here are her notes.. "The recipe originally calls for Greek-style yogurt - but I don’t have that in the stores where I live. Instead I use regular yogurt and strain. If you are using Greek-style, skip the whole straining part. Instead of embedding coconut flakes in the frozen yogurt itself, I use toasted coconut flakes as a topping. It adds gorgeous color, texture and flavor that you wouldn’t get otherwise. A note on the amount of yogurt to use: The original recipe calls for 6 cups of whole milk yogurt strained to yield 3 cups. I’ve made this recipe 3 times now, the last time I started with (2) lg 32oz containers of yogurt (8 cups) that yielded about 4 cups strained. I didn’t change the amount of sugar. It still was delicious."

    Recipe #312547

    From Julia...with a few moderations

    Recipe #312533

    Recipe #312440

    Again...I am not a huge pasta eater, but this is so darn good!

    Recipe #312433

    So good. And vegan too. From Veganomicon by Isa Chandra Moskowitz

    Recipe #312431

    Comforting and simply divine. From Heidi and her Cookbook 101 site

    Recipe #312430

    This is my new favorite wrap! It is easy, flavorful, very filling, simple and delicious!

    Recipe #312426

    Ok so…although this recipe is time consuming, it was worth it. I suggest making everything in advance and just cooking it up when it's time to eat.

    Recipe #295937

    My sister’s life is crazy right now as she completes her medical residency. She came out for the weekend and we tried this. I was pleased. Very good soup!

    Recipe #295932

    Recipe #295821

    This was my first attempt at making a cheesecake. The result was very yummy and the cake looks beautiful. Very light and fluffy and the lemon flavoring is intense! From Cooking Light.

    Recipe #290854

    Ooooh....this is divine! From Susan Spugen's : A Collection for the Modern Cook.

    Recipe #289902

    Crunchy, moist and delicious!

    Recipe #288773

    I too was a skeptic…sounded funky, but is surprisingly delicious.

    Recipe #288748

    Recipe #288746

    This chicken was excellent! Very easy to make and delicious. A bit spicy so consider a little less chili sauce if you aren't into spicy foods...or more if you are.

    Recipe #288742

    Recipe #288740

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