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    Based on the classic Spanish tapas, this tortilla can be served hot as a brunch or lunch dish. It work just as well at room temperature as an appetizer. What is presented here was inspired by Joie Warner's "take a can of tuna."

    Recipe #220372

    I found this recipe on a Weight Watchers related website and knew I had to try it. The only non Core ingredient are 4 tablespoons of currants which spread over the entire dish are just 2 points or 1/2 point per serving. For Flex this is 7 points per serving.

    Recipe #220089

    As a solo chef, I always enjoy single serving recipes that not only work well but are healthy and nutritious as well Not only is this great as presented, several variations offered as well. Serve this with a green salad for a quick and effortless supper or brunch.

    Recipe #219948

    In my quest to make my favorite snack more flavorful, I found a variation of this recipe on the Jolly Time web site. Your popcorn will need a bit of moisture to get the blend to adhere. It can come from the oil (if any) used to pop or from adding butter, margarine or a low calorie butter substitute.

    Recipe #219556

    As a solo chef, cooking for one presents certain challenges. Some recipes easily scale down easily and others do well for safely tucking leftovers in the freezer future meals. That said, it is always delightful to find a recipe designed for small batch cooking that is also healthy and delicious. I am also planning to try this with tofu. This recipe easily scales up to 2 or more servings. (4 WW points or Core plus 1 pt for the peanuts)

    Recipe #219447

    Although there are several recipes for Cajun flavored popcorn posted, this fiery blend has a unique combination of spices. Use this on your favorite popcorn popped in a microwave, on the stove or using popcorn popper. You will need a little moisture to get the spices to adhere, the choice (butter, margarine or a low calorie butter substitute) is yours. Store the spice in a air-tight container as you would other spice blends.

    Recipe #218983

    An offspring of the recent RSC #9, this recipe was inspired by some leftover light coconut milk. Despite it's odd origins this chicken is light, easy and delicious. You could give it a more Thai feel with the addition of nam pla or a more Caribbean flair by replacing the cayenne with a small amount of finely diced scotch bonnet peppers. While I prepared this on my George Foreman, certain it would work equally well on an outdoor grill. (As per WW Recipe Builder, 3 pts per serving.)

    Recipe #218795

    Inspired by the flavors of North Africa, this vegetarian stew replaces the tagine with the crock pot. The combination of saffron, ginger and cinnamon give of a wonderful aroma and flavor. It would tempting to substitute canned chickpeas here but you will get a different result. In this dish the chickpeas while tender have greater firmness than the canned type. Time saving tip: Prepare the ingredients the night before, placing the cubed squash, carrots, onions, tomato paste, garlic and ginger in one sealable bag or covered container, the lentils and dried spices in another. In the morning add the contents of both bags/containers, the soaked chickpeas and broth to your crock pot, turn it on and go.

    Recipe #217244

    Why the Anndog? Very simple. This recipe, my first foray into cocktails, was inspired by cookiedog's Recipe #210983 and annacia's Recipe #212416. You can prepare this shaken with ice and poured in a martini glass or in a highball over rocks. So this one is for my two 'Zaar members and fellow game tag players.

    Recipe #217183

    Recently purchased a bottle of creme de cacao and began looking for recipes that included this chocolate flavored liquor. Since I am not much of a cocktail drinker, but love hot drinks this one really appealed to me. Have not tried it yet but decided to share my find.

    Recipe #216941

    A light refreshing salad that works equally well as a starter or dessert. This is easy peasy to make and has a wonderful combination of flavors. If you like your fruit salads extra saucy, just increase the sugar and water to 1/3 cup. If you can't find blood oranges, use additional common oranges instead.

    Recipe #216582

    A crunchy flavor packed tuna salad that would work great for lunch or a light supper. The original recipe first appeared in Jolie Warner's "take a can of tuna" and as presented includes my modifications. What distinguishes this recipe is the addition of fresh basil which adds a sweet grassy flavor in contrast to the heat of the curry. Serve sandwiches with a crispy salad and enjoy. You could also turn this into an entree salad and serve pita wedges on the side. As presented, this is intended to be eaten shortly after preparation. If you are planning to chill it a few hours, I would suggest scaling back the curry powder as the flavor grows stronger and overshadows the other flavors in the salad.

    Recipe #216561

    Love ginger. Love the combination of cornmeal and blueberries. Now I can have all three. This lighter version comes out to 2 points per serving. They are smallish by most standards but perfectly sized for WW folk.

    Recipe #216510

    In my never ending quest to bring new flavors to the table I came upon this recipe in a decade old copy of Cooking Light. I have tried it with chicken but think it might work just as well with pork or even tofu. I've played with the balance of ingredients to suit my own tastes. The ginger gives a bit of heat to balance the sweetness of the molasses, but if you want more a dash of red pepper flakes would work.

    Recipe #216353

    The gift of a half dozen Meyer lemons sent me in search of new ways to use this special fruit. Much sweeter than the common lemon, it is akin to a Mandarin orange has an edible peel. Alas, my supply ran out before I had a chance to try this recipe from Bon Appetite. One day I will, but in the meantime I'm sharing it with my fellow cooking companions. Please note the cake calls for a chilling 2 hours to overnight. Makes this a great make ahead dessert for a dinner party or other occasion.

    Recipe #214814

    A Weight Watchers recipe for an elegant but easy side dish. Posting it here to save for my Easter menu but thought other chefs might be interested as well. (Core or 2 points)

    Recipe #213918

    Fiddling around in the kitchen, I was looking for a protein rich snack prior to working out. This sandwich was the result and seemed worth posting. If you think it sounds strange consider the delicious and popular appetizer of baked brie in puff pastry and dried fruit. This is a deconstructed and reconstructed version for one. My version used reduced fat ingredients, but you can use the full fat versions if you like.

    Recipe #213885

    A abundance of baking items leftover from the holidays has me in search of ways to use up some perishables lest they spoil. Decided to use this opportunity to begin testing some recipes for next season's holiday trays. This is an adaptation of a cookie from the "Little Guide" series. Like tuiles (see Recipe #66012), Florentines are delicate buttery crisp wafers with finely chopped nuts. Their advantage is they do not require a long chilling time before the batter can be baked off. You can drizzle these with any kind of chocolate (white, dark or milk) accord to your preferences. Just a caution, the dough spreads considerably in baking so only make cookies 5 or 6 per sheet.

    Recipe #213884

    An adaptation of a recipe that first appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle. I've fiddled both with the marinade and the wonderful syrupy sauce. The combination of rosemary, citrus and pork is classic and brought to new levels with the use of Meyer lemons. You could try this with more common varieties of lemon but you will miss the sweet and orange-y flavor of this particular fruit. Do remember to tie the roast before cooking as the tightness helps to retain the moisture and tenderness of the pork. As a side, I would suggest roasting some Yukon potatoes along with the pork. (See picture.) Since they absorb some of the sauce make some extra.

    Recipe #212725

    A gift of a half dozen Meyer lemons sent me in search of recipes that would use this citrus to it's full advantage. Much sweeter than the common lemon, the flavor of Meyer lemons is a cross between a mandarin orange and a lemon. The zest is so tender, you can actually eat it. This recipe orginated on epicurious.com and includes my alterations to reduce the fat and calories without diminishing the flavors.

    Recipe #212281

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