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    This sweet is prepared only during the Muslim Holy month of Ramadan.

    Recipe #460888

    Yummy thai salad. Dressing can be substituted with prepared asian ginger dressing and adding peanut butter and lime juice (my preferred method). Serve with lime wedges and garnish with chopped peanuts. Originally found in a magazine, but can't remember which.

    Recipe #419232

    A turkey variation of recipe Recipe #21706 by Derf. I substitute 1.5 (28 oz) jars of marinara sauce for the onion thru tomato paste ingredients (just because I am SO lazy).

    Recipe #413134

    from "Sahtein, Middle Eastern Cookbook" and from Rita Rukab Harb who taught me to make it. This is a great recipe for the crock pot. Because of high blood pressure, I don't add the salt during cooking - instead we salt at the table.

    Recipe #375542

    Lower fat version of Recipe #285365. Many thanks to the original author, Chef #610952.

    Recipe #355660

    This is the easiest and tastiest way for us to roast veggies. We always make tons and devour them at one sitting. The large pieces allow the kids to see what they are eating and they are large enough that they can eat selectively. It's also good for busy nights because I can do the prep ahead of time and it cooks quickly. A variation we love is to mix these with Orzo and parmesan cheese - just EEEEEEEEVIL. I should warn that my oven is older than me - and that is pretty old according to my son. It gets a bit flaky re: temps so keep an eye on these. Some people have had different results with cooking time.

    Recipe #307333


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