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    4 Recipes

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    I LOVE Japanese Curry. It is a dish I have grown up with and my grandma used to make weekly. Since my children were diagnosed as Celiac they can not have the packaged curry sauce as one of the main ingredients is wheat. I made this recipe and it turned out really yummy! Thumbs up all around! My husband said its better than the packaged stuff!

    Recipe #393595

    I got this from a dear friend of mine. Its so good I make a batch of it for myself and have it for dinner. It's always a huge hit!

    Recipe #362922

    I found this recipe online and noticed there was nothing else like it on Recipezarr. I really enjoyed it. Add cooked chicken, pork, or lamb meat to it to make a nice summer meal.

    Recipe #305535

    I made these today for a daycare and they were a big hit. The taste reminds me of french fries. They were so good I didn't even dip them in anything. So easy to make. Use flavored mayo to mix it up a bit. They dont keep very well as the potato flakes will soak up moisture and become mashed.

    Recipe #298085


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