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    I know there are a lot of hummus recipes out there! I can't say mine is the best since I have not tried them all. Everyone who tries it, begs for the recipe.

    Recipe #299167

    This is a basic miso soup recipe from my Grandfather. Many different leftover items can be added; tofu, eggs, vegetables, cooked chicken or pork, somen/soba, or rice. The recipe calls for Ajinomoto (monosodium glutamate), I usually leave it out. I remember my Grandfather only using a dash of MSG, if you'd like to add it.

    Recipe #299007

    This dipping sauce is from Favorite Island Cookery Book I. It is a sauce to accompany fried tofu. This recipes calls for 1/4 teaspoon of Ajinomoto (MSG) but I always leave it out.

    Recipe #298162

    This recipe is from allrecipes.com by Jennifer, with a few of my own tweaks. These chops are slow cooked in a crock pot, making it very easy to get ready in the morning & have dinner ready when you get home from work. Make sure to trim the pork, the sauce can get very greasy. Thanks Jennifer!

    Recipe #297023

    Tamagoyaki is a Japanese rolled omelet. This recipe is made with a tamagoyaki pan, but you can make it in a regular non-stick skillet. You can mix and match different ingredients and clean out your fridge! Submitted this recipe for the Green Eggs and Ham Asian Tag Game March 2008. (never made in a regular skillet, would just make like normal omelet with same ingredients)

    Recipe #289491


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