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    This is typical of lenten dishes from Lebanon. Rich in fiber and nutrients, it makes for a wonderful one dish meal or a substantial side dish. The original comes from a 1997 issue of Eating Well magazine but has been modified to suit my tastes. If you replace the chicken broth with vegetable broth, this is a vegan dish as well.

    Recipe #169889

    The dessert is from Dalmatia a region in Croatia and resembles the more common Latin flan. I have not tried this yet but will do so -- posted for the ZWT.

    Recipe #168811

    Another gem adapted from the National Chicken Council, this recipe uses spices and flavors of the topical Caribbean to liven up the humble (and often bland) chicken breasts. As warm weather approaches in the northern hemisphere, this will be a hit at the family BBQ.

    Recipe #168809

    Rumor has it that the second Zaar World Tour is starting soon and I'm quickly trying to post recipes in preparation for the next international eat-a-thon (Hee hee). Not sure if you would consider this more Spanish or Mexican. For those not familiar, Manchego cheese is a golden sheep's milk cheese native to Spain which comes in three forms based on aging. For this recipe, the two younger varieties would work best. Be sure to use a cured (not fresh) chorizo. You can make these using full sized tortillas or on tiny ones for a delicious appetizer. (10/18: I have updated the directions to make this a bit clearer.)

    Recipe #168053

    Need a chocolate fix during the holidays? Though I'm not Jewish, this recipe looked intriguing to me so I'm saving it as a gift the next time I'm invited to a Seder. (Yes, in my kitchen it would not be Kosher, but my friends are not that religious.) The combination of fruits --raisins, bananas and applesauce -- should give these a very moist brownie like texture.

    Recipe #168052

    Found this one on a weight loss bulletin board. Saving it here as a guilt-free dessert this summer. At just 3 points per serving, it packs lots of flavor without a lot of calories. Guessing on the baking time here. Use the time stated on your cake mix. My thought is this would be wonderful served with a scoop of fresh strawberries macerated with a little tequilla.

    Recipe #167759

    A Bengali dish that can be used as a side or part of a vegetarian entree. Posting it here for the time being and will modify once it is tried.

    Recipe #167132

    A lighter version of the Creamsicle Cake. We can finally have our cake and eat it too! Can't remember where this originated but I have served this at family dinners without anyone suspecting it was low fat. Made as presented this is 4 points per piece. Cooking time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #167090

    For some unknown reason I recently purchased tamarind nectar on sale. Of course, I then needed a recipe to prepare with it. Originally found on the Internet on the National Chicken Council website, this is my adaptation. While presented to be made with chicken quarters, it also works well with boneless skinless chicken breasts. While quite flavorful, this is not spicy so adjust the red pepper flakes to taste.

    Recipe #166998

    I recently developed a craving for peanut butter cookies, a challenge for someone watching their points. Found this on the Weight Watchers website and have modified it to boost the nutty flavor without changing the points.

    Recipe #164654

    A quesadilla from Basque - that more closely resembles an ultra thin crust pizza. The combination of roasted peppers and goat cheese accented with fresh herbs is just wonderful in this meal. I've enjoyed this several times but recently thought to post it as 'Zaar begins to celebrate spring. You can serve this a nice lunch or cut into smaller pieces as an appetizer. 245 calories, 8g fat

    Recipe #164643

    Faced with the challenge of finding a dessert that met the requirements of the WW Core program, I modified a recipe from one of my favorite cookbooks, “The New American Plate.” This is Core plus points for the sugar used, if any. I made mine with the brown sugar Splenda but use what you have on hand. I have done this with the cinnmon sticks, with the vanilla bean and a combination. Both were good. This is not a very sweet pudding and works well rewarmed for breakfast the next day. Thought it was good enough to share.

    Recipe #164518

    Delicious peanut butter cookie with a silky nutty flavor and shortbread like texture. This dough is somewhat unusual in that it relies on both butter and oil in order to create a delightful consistency. You can easily make this cookies a bit larger, up to 1 1/4-inch, without changing the expected baking time.

    Recipe #164153

    I am always looking for new ways to brighten my daily bowl of oatmeal. This is my latest pairing of dried fruits to create a healthy and satisfying start to the day. Feel free to replace the dried milk with regular and to use less water as I tend to like my oatmeal on the soupy side.

    Recipe #164055

    I am looking to thin my collection of cookbooks over the next several months. To do so, I’m submitting all of the recipes I tabbed to try one day here for safe keeping. This particular dish comes from an indoor grilling cookbook and would also be suitable for outdoor cooking. It is a true departure from my usual preference for bolder spices, but is truly flavorful treatment of the bland chicken breast.

    Recipe #164054

    There are several recipes on 'Zaar that feature the combination of sweet peaches with pork chops, roasts or tenderloins. This one is unique not only in its spices but in its preparation. A featured entree from Dream Dinners, the franchise that helps families prepare make-ahead meals, this dish recently appeared in Family Circle magazine. I've trying these without freeze and they were wonderful and saucy without being too sweet. I added a pinch of ground ginger to mine and will most likely add a wee bit of extra onion, but not so much as to change the balance of sweet and savory flavors. Have some additional bags assembled but have not yet defrosted and cooked. If you are making these fresh you can skip the bagging, frezing and defrosting steps (1-2). (279 cal/14 g fat/2 g fiber)

    Recipe #163292

    This recipe is from Super Suppers, the franchise that allows families to prepare meals ahead of time in their central kitchen. They do the prep, you do the assembly for quick dinners from the freezer. I love flank steak and this sweet/spicy combination appealed to me. The addition of pepper is mine and the way I like this dish.

    Recipe #163204

    I have recently made a concerted effort to introduce more grains into my diet. Both healthful and delicious, this makes a lovely side dish for pork or chicken.

    Recipe #163161

    This untried dish is reminiscent of the more common chili verde except that the stock is made from dried rather than fresh chiles. As a big fan of the smoky ancho, it appeals to me and will soon make an appearance on my dinner table. In the meantime, I'm posting here for my fellow foodies.

    Recipe #163159

    Love couscous? Then this one may be for you. A fluffy bed of semolina topped with a rich wintery stew of squash ahd tomatoes. What's not to like? Described as a side dish, this would be a great meatless meal. Recently snagged this one from the Internet and posting here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #162260

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