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    Found these while playing on the Internet and decided to give them a try soon. For the dulce de leche, you can either make your own (many good recipes on this site) or find it in a local market that has a good selection of Latin American products.

    Recipe #241578

    I recently adopted this recipe having loved it when I prepared it myself. They are a bit of work, but the results are delicious and impressive. I do not plan to change the recipe but may add some hints from my own experiences. Orignal chef's comments: These are very simple fancy cookies to be served either alone or with a mousse, ice cream, fruit, custard or most anything. They can be formed into cups to hold your dessert. This is a simple and foolproof recipe which I make at work all of the time. Prep time does not include chilling the batter overnight. Recipe adapted from David Blom

    Recipe #66012

    This is more a technique than a recipe per se. However, if you love the taste of fried sweet plantains but don't want all the fat, this is the way to go. For those less familiar with plantains, they would best be described as a cooking banana. These pair well with almost and Caribbean entree. For the best results, make sure you have a really ripe plantain one that is all yellow with a good number of brown spots. Though I have portioned this as a half plantain per serving, one could easily eat a whole one alone.

    Recipe #134349

    Another entry in my collection of oatmeal combinations. This one is a little bit odd but the results are surprsingly good. I have presented it here to match my own desired consistency, but you should adjust to your own tastes.

    Recipe #203794

    Found this one in a Weight Watchers cookbook, and modified it to suit the WW Core program. A great way to use up leftover chicken and to provide a good flavorful lunch soup quickly. What sets this apart from so many other chicken and corn soups is the absence of dairy and the use of saffron to give the dish a distinct color, aroma and flavor. (3 Points)

    Recipe #241579

    I was looking for a good bar cookie to add to my cookie tray that was suitable for Redneck Epicurean who was diabetic. We were partners in a holiday cookie swap and I was in awe of her cheerfulness even when she was in tremendous pain. She loved them and in her honor I am renaming this bar for her. Combining coconuts and walnuts with a faint hint of maple really appealed to me so I decided to give it a try as well as posting here for others as well as for future reference. According to the source this bar has 126 cal., 2 g pro., 10 g carbo., 9 g fat, 27 mg chol., 141 mg sodium.

    Recipe #147809

    Wanted to try Recipe #188721 but needed a way to make the calories and fat work out a bit more in my favor. Though keeping some of the chocolate makes this a wee bit of an indulgence, it certainly makes this a better option for low fat folks like me or diabetics. Have not tried the original, but I think this captures the it's flavors. Thank you Annacia for sharing your recipe and helping to create this one. :)

    Recipe #210434

    My own creation that has been in the making for years. A full and hearty dish the blows the chill of fall or winter away. Pair this with white or brown rice for a nutrtionally balanced meal. Where's the beef? Who knows and you won't care.

    Recipe #103971

    I recently purchased “The New American Plate” a wonderful cookbook filled with dishes with sophisticated flavors that are also healthful – lots of lean meats, grains and vegetables. This frittata is my own take on one of my brunch favorites – with autumnal flavors that give another reason to love sleepy Sunday mornings. Though usually served hot for brunch or a light supper, it makes a great snack served at room temperature.

    Recipe #114432

    New York is apple country and this cake recipe is courtesy of the state's apple growers group. I am tucking it away to make for Thanksgiving but thought I would share it in the meantime. My own version will probably include less sugar as we don't like things quite so sweet. Please note the preparation time include an hour of soaking time.

    Recipe #227242

    Served this for Thanksgiving this year and it was a hit. Warm soft fruit with a crispy crunchy topping. A perfect way to celebrate the best of fall's bounty in a comforting but enlightened dessert. The fruit should total about 3 pounds and you should feel free to use your favorite varieties of apples and pears. (Although the NI information presented here suggests 4 points, the recipe builder states 3 points.)

    Recipe #340609

    A new take on the traditional Irish apple cake. This dessrt also works well as a dish for a weekend brunch. Posted for the 'Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #138718

    I eat oatmeal 3 or 4 times a week and find myself looking for new ways to add flavor and interest without adding a lot of calories. This morning's experiment was worth sharing. Feel free to adjust to your dietary and taste preferences.

    Recipe #107165

    A simple and quick main dish designed for busy nights or cooking novices. Add a steamed vegetable and rice and a tasty dinner is on the table in 30 minutes or less. I like to include the hot sauce not to make this a spicy dish but to cut the sweetness just a bit. Planning to try this on the grill this summer as it should work very well. (WW 4 pts)

    Recipe #206727

    My version of a wonderful recipe courtesy of Weight Watchers. Don't tell'em its healthy just let then enjoy the great flavors of this easy side dish. This dish is 1 point per serving and Core.

    Recipe #285802

    So versatile, I could eat eggs for breakfast, lunch and dinner. That sentiment seems to be widely shared given the number of dishes from the world over featuring this staple. This Italian dish is my take on a Weight Watcher's recipe.

    Recipe #305786

    This Asian inspired salad makes for a lovely luncheon or supper. The contents of the salad can easily be adjusted to whatever you like or have on hand. If you prefer a vegetarian meal, omit the chicken or use tofu instead. Won't be chicken salad but will still be delicious.

    Recipe #136874

    The unusual combination of pineapple and asparagus makes this German chicken salad distintive and appealing. Though it is untried, I plan to make it soon and add my own tweaks. Note the brief preparation time does not include cooking the chicken or asparagus. Submitted for 'Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #138597

    I found this one while wandering the website of the Australian Vegetarian Society's website. It really reflects how modern Aussie cuisine has been influenced by other regions of the globe. Plan to try this soon but posting it untried for the Zaar World Tour. As presented it uses the original ingredients with my interpretation of how to prepare the dish. Cooking time is estimated.

    Recipe #142388

    Apples are grown in parts of Cohuila and there harvest is celebrated in an annual festival in Artega. This is one of the popular dishes served at the festival. Cajeta is a traditional thick caramel syrup or candy popular throughout Latin America by that name or as the related dulce de leche. Usually it is made with goat's milk, it can also made with cow's milk (and presented her that way). I have not tried this yet, but this comes from one of my favorite cookbooks and I just love baked apples and cajeta. The cooking time listed is a bit of an exageration as you can prepare the apples and cajeta simultaneously. Posted for the 'Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #170528

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