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    my previous experience with making falafel turned into greasy burnt soup so i added some binders and better technique and flavour. the result is much creamier on the inside than most! i'll be trying to make these in the oven next time because i still hate deep fryers. i'll let you know how that goes.

    Recipe #511505

    Threw this together with whatever was in the house. It worked remarkably well. Very flavourful without being overwhelming. You could probably use white or kidney beans instead of the black if you prefer. These are quite filling and hold up well enough to put on the barbecue.

    Recipe #491236

    these are becoming all the rage at pubs and tapas bars around here, and with good reason! i hate deep fryers so i figured out how to do them in the oven! if you fry them, they're not HEALTHY but you do get a lot more protein and less carbs than potatoes. they taste like solidified hummus with a crispy outer layer. so addictive! i like freezing these so i can have them on hand to pop into the oven whenever i'm feeling snacky. serve with a spicy dip. i like chipotle mayo or a creamy sriracha dip. prep time is chilling time

    Recipe #489615

    i haven't tried this yet. saving for safekeeping. i don't usually like cauliflower but this seems different enough to be tasty. i'm told this works fine with gluten-free flour and/or soy milk if desired. a cup of hot sauce seems like an awful lot to me. i'll probably start with less. i'd also like to incorporate jack cheese into this somehow but haven't figured it out yet. i'll adjust after i've tried it. i see no reason you couldn't do this with bbq sauce or whatever instead

    Recipe #482138

    I am just jotting down ideas here. I will edit it once I have experimented.

    Recipe #481092

    Avocado forms the base of this creamy sauce. You could easily make it vegan with soy cheese. Nice quick fusion food; this is good for weeknights.

    Recipe #473135

    i'm dying to try this, i've been craving a good drinking chocolate for ages. swiped off of ezrapoundcake.com for safekeeping. this looks marginally less bad for you since it's done with milk instead of heavy cream. we'll see. drinking chocolate is nothing like cocoa by the way. thick and rich like drinking a melted chocolate bar, this is way more intense. don't pour yourself a big cup.

    Recipe #472585

    Makes me so sad that you can't get these anymore so I made my own! So not healthy but they're so good. Shortbread, apple pie filling, crumble topping, and caramel, how can you go wrong!?

    Recipe #469933

    this is probably not at all traditional but it is way healthier and very tasty. easy and quick enough to throw together after work and it will use up some of the garden's bounty. i just eyeball this so all measurements are approximate. feel free to improvise. you can use more or less potato and zucchini, you just may need to add a bit more egg or flour to get it to come together nicely.

    Recipe #467469

    a little middle eastern, a little african, a touch of greek and asian, all around yummy! this is earthy and dark and rich but very easy. i suppose you could use stew beef but you'd need to add more water to allow it to cook longer and soften. next time i might add a bit of nutmeg. you could easily add zucchini or eggplant to this too

    Recipe #463919

    i'm swiping this off of dozenflours.com because if i lose it and don't get to try it i will cry

    Recipe #463660

    swiped off the bernardin website and modified since i couldn't find another recipe like this anywhere. all the others either used gelatin, were ment to be kept in the fridge instead of canned, or were about 90% sugar. i haven't actually tried this yet but i'm hoping it will taste a bit like a bellini. i'm going to serve it over ice cream and in yogurt.

    Recipe #463299

    loosely based on my meatball recipe, i have no idea if this tastes like whitecastle but it's good!

    Recipe #460844

    pizza should never contain things you can't pronounce. this stocks you freezer with healthier, tastier convenience food. this is the cheese type, if you prefer the other flavors sub them for the parmesan but make sure any meat is pre-cooked. they're also a little bigger then the store bought kind but you could easily make into 10 instead

    Recipe #460471

    based on the one from poorgirleatswell, tweaked for my tastes. i'm told it's quite mild for a tabbouleh but i've never had any others. i thought it was very flavorful and a testament to what can be done with very simple food. this is super cheep and very healthy. if you're not used to strongly flavored middle-eastern food you may want to start with less herbs and lemon juice and see how you like it. could easily be made vegan without the feta or with a soy type. would be an interesting addition to a BBQ

    Recipe #459859

    halfway between vegetarian beef/barely soup and french onion. this turned out fairly light and satisfying. would be easily converted to vegan with soy cheese and milk/egg free bread

    Recipe #457703

    you can do this with pre-made french bread if you're short on time but i really think it's worth it to do this from start to finish on a lazy afternoon. goes beautifully with pasta or a nice light cream soup. i use my own homemade butter for this (possibly because i'm crazy). if you want to do that it's really easy: just take whipping cream at room temp, whip it way past the point of whipping cream and you'll see the fat separate from the milk. squeeze the newborn butter to the side of the bowl and pour off the milk (keep that, it's perfectly good), rinse the butter under cold water three or four times, breaking it up to wash out the extra milk, then mix in a little salt. you can easily double or triple this but it may or may not freeze well. the dough and butter would probably freeze better separately.

    Recipe #449124

    i don't like beans but i like these. they are VERY filling, don't make them huge. cook time does not include chill time. these hold together well enough that they would probably be fine on the bbq

    Recipe #444333

    swiped this off purplefoodie.com, saving for safekeeping. i regularly make oven fries anyways but these look a little faster with the microwave time and a little crispier with the cornstarch coating. i'm hoping the coating would work on yam fries since i can never get those crispy in the oven and they always stick to the pan really badly. i may try this with the potatoes cut thinner since i'm not a fan of the big homestyle wedges type.

    Recipe #442270

    this turned out with almost the texture of a croissant, filled with flavor and goodies. we devoured all of it in a few hours despite it making two good sized loaves

    Recipe #440911

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