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    This is the way my aunt used to make croquetas, with bechamel - an old family and personal favorite. If you don't know what croquetas are, they are deep-fried treats about the length of your thumb and twice as wide. Variations of croquetas are famous around the world, but this recipe is Spanish (although it would truly be Spanish made with Serrano ham, but that's not the way my aunt made it). I used to eat several as a meal but generally these are served as tapas (appetizers/light lunch). These are perfect to throw in the lunch box too! Also, please don't be intimidated by the long list of directions, because in the end this is pretty simple to make. This is a great make-ahead dish too.

    Recipe #391900

    While shopping at Le Creuset I had the luck of getting this recipe from the French salesman. I haven't tried it yet, but I'm sure it will be delicious.

    Recipe #352590

    This isn't a "clone recipe," but it's as close as you can get using only two ingredients. It looks almost the same, and it sure is tasty if you like Ovaltine!

    Recipe #338677

    I learned this recipe from my dad when I was very young, and he learned it from a friend in college. It's cheap, easy, tasty, and filling! I usually just wing the amounts, so I'll try to be as clear as possible.

    Recipe #337886

    This is a recipe I came up with after going to Veggie Heaven for the first time here in Austin. I say that because I've been here for 4 years already, and not being a vegetarian it just didn't occur to me to go. I was so amazed, I went back again the same week. Well, this tofu recipe doesn't add up to what they have there, but I was definitely inspired. I think it's delicious and I hope you do too! Preparation time includes time to drain tofu.

    Recipe #326667


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