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    When I told my stepmother we were visiting Africa on our next tour, she sent me this recipe. I just got it the other day, so I have not had a chance to make it. I usually will not post a recipe that I have not made or tried.I thought it would fit here because many Africans live in poverty and use many of the fresh vegetables that are available to them. If you prefer, you can put the noodles on the plate or pasta dish and spoon the meat mixture on them. .This keeps well and the leftovers are just as good as fresh. You can add some milk when re-heating as it gets thick, especially if stored with the noodles in it. It also freezes well. You can also use rice instead of noodles. Both Prep and Cook times are estimates.Because of "Zaars editing I had to put the canned ingredients in in a different way. Posted for ZWT-4 Africa

    Recipe #310122

    This is a recipe that my stepmother sent me. I haven't made it yet. I plan on using it the next time I make lamb. I wanted to get the recipe submitted in time for ZWT 4-Canada I am sure it can be used on other types of meat or poultry as well. Prep time and total amount are approximate. .

    Recipe #309822

    I tried a recipe that had only Pineapple Juice and Tomato juice in it a while back. . It was quite good. I was looking in my fridge to see what I could make. to drink Among the juices in there, were Pineapple Juice and Bloody Mary Mix. Mine was Thick and Spicy. I decided to mix the two together and found it to be quite good. This can easily be multiplied to make more than one drink. This can be made for any occasion. Zaars editing would not allow the word Mix, so I had to put Juice for the Bloody Mary Mix.

    Recipe #309740

    The wild gals of Café Zmakk bring to you “Lip Zmakk'in Gypsy Gelato” - a delectable and creamy concoction of cream, amaretto, almonds, marzipan, amoreto biscotti all topped off with sumptuous red fruit! The ingredients represent our team PERFECTLY! French Tart feels flighty and flirty with a tipple of Amaretto, whilst Mom2Rose gets quite nutty when she eats almonds! Katew craves the deep and mysterious feel of marzipan topped with raunchy raspberries; however, AuntWoofieWoof likes to bathe in a bath of double cream with a few strawberries thrown in for good measure! Annisette favours vanilla, because she is pretty strong on her own but likes to enhance the flavours of others. Meanwhile, Chef Pot Pie thinks she should tell you, that she is JUST like an amaretto biscuit, as she’s sweet, a little crunchy, and GREAT with coffee! Zurie swings into action with her thin almond wafers – sophisticated and ready to SCOOP up any ice cream within 10 paces! Emily Elizabeth finishes off this delightful delectation with a spoon full of sugar. This creation is brought to you by special delivery. Are YOU wild enough to sample our Lip Zmakk'in Gypsy Gelato? You will need an ice cream maker for this.

    Recipe #307293

    This is something I have been making for a while. I finally figured out how to cut down on the brine taste so that I could taste the other ingredients as well. The addition of sugar was the answer.I tried omitting the brine, but then the salad wasn't as moist as I was hoping it would be and the tomato pieces turned mushy after a couple of days. If you are going to be eating the salad in one day, you can probably omit the brines altogether. The ingredients blend really well together and are quite tasty. Make this at least one hour before serving it to allow everything to meld together. To save money, slice the olives yourself. The amounts of the olives, green onions/scallions and tomato are approximate and depends on what size of each ingredient you use. This salad is versatile and will go with many things. The sodium content is probably high in this recipe so you will want to serve it with something that has less salt. Cook time is the refrigeration time. ..

    Recipe #295643

    I like some of the Hamburger Helpers. I have noticed though, that if made according to the directions on the box, the sauce thickens before the pasta can completely cook and it comes out a little "pasty". The overall flavor tends to have little starchy taste to it, so I make it my own way. With the ones that call for milk, they come out so nice and creamy if made this way. I use half the meat that the ingredients list calls for, because I find that 1 pound tends to be a little too much meat for my taste. You can use a whole pound if you want. You can also use any ground meat in this recipe. I have found that this "flavor" tastes really good with Italian Sausage. It is my favorite. This is really good with green beans or corn. You can use milk instead of the half and half if you are watching your fat and calories. I had to use a prep time in order for 'Zaar editing to accept the recipe, so it, as well as cook time, are approximate. This can be done with any of them. Just make adjustments where needed. The amount of milk and/or water used may be different with the other Hamburger Helper "flavors"

    Recipe #283685

    Made for RSC#11 This can be served with rice or noodles.

    Recipe #282919

    This is a good tea drink for adults. It can be served hot or cold. It's more of a sipping drink. Prep time is approximate. Cook time is only if you are going to have the drink hot and is approximate. 1/8th cup is 1 ounce. I have not tried this with green tea.

    Recipe #269982

    This is similar to Hamburger Stroganoff. I was at the grocery store yesterday and was going through their 3 marked down items carts. I found some cans of "Campbell's Beefy Mushroom Soup" in one of them. I have never seen that kind of soup before. I grabbed a couple of cans of it, figuring that I could come up with a recipe to use one of them them in. Even though there is some beef in the soup, I still used it with hamburger. This is very easy to make. It's more like a Stroganoff without added mushrooms. I am allergic to black pepper, so I don't add it to my recipes. Use however much you want to. You can use more onion and garlic if you want to. Prep time and cook time are appx.

    Recipe #253447

    I love rice. I also love garlic and cook with it a lot. It took a few tries to get the correct measurements for this recipe in order to submit it. I don't always use measurements when I cook. This is very easy to make. This is a very moist and buttery rice with a good, but not overpowering garlic flavor. For rice with less moisture, use less water and for a less garlicky flavor, use less garlic. I read in an article on an internet medical site, that if garlic is cooked too long, it loses some of its healthful benefits. They said not to cook garlic any longer than 3-6 minutes. I have also noticed that it loses some of its flavor if it's cooked too long. Therefore, I add the garlic towards the end of the cooking time to get more of a garlic flavor and more healthful benefits from the garlic. I will sometimes have this for breakfast with a fried egg. I just put some of the rice on a plate and put a fried egg on it and mix it together. It is really good that way. I also serve the rice with gravy over it as a side dish with some meat. It is also good just by itself. The chicken bouillon is optional but it adds to the flavor of the rice. If you have to or are watching your sodium intake, you might want to omit the bouillon or use less of it. I have found that jasmine rice gives the best results for this recipe but you can also use white rice. Prep and cooking times are estimates. NOTE: Due to the first review, I have edited this recipe. Thank you Lauralie41,

    Recipe #240456

    To me, ham has too much salt. I didn't get it very often because of that. After doing a search on the internet to see if there was a way to take some of the salt out of a ham, I found a suggestion on the Morton Salt site. I have done this method three times since finding their suggestion. This method really does work. It doesn't take all of the salt out of a ham, but it takes a lot of it out. It makes the ham taste much better. It even works on Spiral Cut hams. This is for cut hams. I don't know if this will work on a whole ham. This needs to be done 24 hours before cooking the ham. Cooking time is the time it takes to soak the ham. I had to put in specific sizes of ingredients so I put the size/amount as a suggestion. You might need more water, depending on the size of ham and pot you are using.

    Recipe #222670

    The Sunday after Thanksgiving (2006), I slipped on a chunk of ice (which I didn't see). I slammed down, landing on my bottom, resulting in 4 broken/fractured ribs! I was in the hospital for 5 days and then in a nursing home for 7 weeks, for rehab and recuperation and until I could do things without much help. The food at the nursing home was good! This is one of the things I had for dinner one night. It was easy to figure out how to make it. It is really good. They made it with chicken breasts but I used chicken thighs. This can be easily multiplied to make more servings. This is good served with rice and beans as side dishes. Prep time does not include shredding the cheese. Allow more time if you need to shred the cheese

    Recipe #216029

    I just love Spiral Cut Ham. I got one on Sunday at a very good price. When I got home I looked on Zaar for a recipe but couldn't find what I wanted. This is a culmination of a recipe that was suggested and my own ideas. This recipe uses an Oven Cooking Bag. I don't know how the recipe will come out if you do not use one. My ham came out so good and moist. The Oven Cooking Bags help to seal in the juices from the ham and any other ingredients you add to it. It keeps the juices from evaporating and drying out in the pan. I also noticed that the ham didn't take as long to bake as I thought it would. You also don't have to turn your oven to a high temp...only 325°F. It kind of slow cooks the ham. Spiral Cut Hams are precooked so you basically just want to warm them up..get them hot.

    Recipe #108167

    This is a little late for Thanksgiving this year but it will be something fun to do next year. You can also do this for Christmas dinner if you are having turkey!! People young and old will get a kick out of it. I found the poem on the internet and made the project on my "Printmaster Platinum 16 printing program. I used the Business Card format that has 8 business cards per sheet of paper. If you want to use a larger font, you can use the label format using the shipping labels that has 4 labels per sheet of paper. If you have Printmaster and would like to use my template, please feel free to ISO me or email me and I will be more than happy to send it to you via email. This is a recipe for one "serving" Multiply it by however many of these you want to make. Preparation time is approximate depending on how long it takes you to make the project on your print program and to print them out. Cook time is the time it takes to make each bag and is also approximate.

    Recipe #104860

    I love Italian Sausage and I love Sauerkraut. I thought I would cook the two together and see how it would turn out. It was really good. Sauerkraut can tend to be a little "gassy" so I always put beer in it to neutralize the acidity in the sauerkraut. It seems to do the trick for me. Sometimes draining and rinsing the sauerkraut just isn't enough. Beer also gives the sauerkraut a good flavor. The pears give it a little bit of a sweetness. Cooking time is approximate since some people may want to cook it longer than the suggested 30 minutes. This can serve either 2 or 4 people depending on how many sausages and how much sauerkraut each person may want.

    Recipe #104613

    I was challenged to an Egg Salad "Cook Off" by another Zaar chef. So here is my recipe. It's a little saucy so if you want it less saucy just add less of the Mayo and olive juice. You can eat this on crackers or as a sandwich. It's very easy to make. Since olive juice has salt in it, I did not add more salt to the recipe. I have a sensitivity to pepper so I did not add that either. You can add both if you want to. Prep time includes the time for boiling the eggs. Cook time is refrigeration time. Times are approximate.

    Recipe #97575

    I came up with this recipe a few days ago when I wanted to make a shrimp salad that did not have pasta or salad greens in it. I added things as I went along. The olives add a unique taste to the salad. The recipe calls for pickle juice even though it does not contain any pickles. If you don't have pickle juice, just add more olive juice. This salad tastes better if it is refrigerated for several hours or overnight. Since both olive and pickle juices have a lot of salt in them, there is no salt listed in the ingredients list. This can be served as a meal or as an appetizer at a party. Cook time is refrigeration time and is the minimal time it should be refrigerated for best flavor.

    Recipe #96500

    Avocado pits unite!! Save this guacamole/avocado dip from turning black or brown!! The pit/seed of an avocado prevents guacamole/avocado dip from turning brown or black. It keeps it green, even after a day. This dip does not have any tomatoes in it. My mom made it this way when we kids were growing up. It is simple to make and very tasty. For a spicier, hotter dip, use jalapeños or serrano chilies instead of green chilies. The full flavor of the avocado comes through because there are not a lot of ingredients to mask its true flavor. This can be served as a side dish on a leaf of lettuce. You can also put a scoop of it on top of enchiladas or burritos. Larger avocados can be used but you will need to add more of the other ingredients as well. Preparation time is approximate.

    Recipe #93640

    This is a recipe I got from a grocery store. I had a sample of it and it was too spicy for me It made my mouth hot but was still tasty! I thought I would submit the recipe anyway. There is a milder version of this recipe under my recipes as well(recipe #90928). If you want this a little saucier, just add more of the sauce ingredients.

    Recipe #91012

    This is a revision of a recipe I got from a grocery store. The original recipe was a little too spicy for me. The sample I tasted made my mouth hot! This is a milder version of that recipe. It is quite tasty. If you don't want it real saucy, cut the sauce ingredients down. Prep time and cook time is approximate. I have also submitted the spicier version of this recipe.

    Recipe #90928

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