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    Full of fresh vegetables, this chowder is pretty healthy (compared to others) and easy to make! Instead of massive quantities of heavy cream, it is thickened mainly with grated potato and zucchini, which dissolve during cooking and adds additional nutrients. Although I don't have kids, I imagine this would be a good way to sneak vegetables into the diet of picky eaters :)

    Recipe #458536

    Nan-e Barbari is a popular Persian flatbread. It is often eaten with salty soft cheese such as feta with herbs (sabzi) or jam and a cup of tea for breakfast. It is similar to Armenian matnakash bread. I made this once for my Iranian boyfriend's parents and they approved :)

    Recipe #453533

    I LOVE this face mask! It is only 2 ingredients, but makes makes my pores look nonexistent, helps get rid of pimples (I almost never break out now), moisturizes and makes your face VERY smooth. Enjoy!

    Recipe #453525

    This tangy soup is low-fat, quick and easy to prepare! It is a copycat-of a-copycat recipe from the soup served at Reza's, a Persian restaurant in Chicago (so called because I have never been to Reza's, but once had someone else's imitation of it!). Sumac powder and dried limes can both be found at Middle Eastern groceries or ethnic stores.

    Recipe #453522

    A less fussy way to eat sushi ingredients! I eyeballed quantities when I came up with this, so the measurements aren't precise-- adjust any ingredients to taste. You could probably make a more filling meal out of this by adding in some cooked chilled brown or white rice, or adding more vegetables. And I chose to coat the fish with panko bread crumbs but I'm sure it would work just fine with seared fish or sashimi. Enjoy!

    Recipe #452496

    This cinnamon roll-flavored cake is pretty easy+fast to whip together and smells (and tastes) fantastic! This was one of my first attempts making (any) frosted cake from scratch and it turned out great. After making cinnamon rolls/challah/cookies for my boyfriend (who has an unnatural affinity for the spice!), I thought, "why not cake?" Note: feel free to play around with the cinnamon/extract quantities-- I think I actually ended up putting a lot more than what I listed in the recipe, so adjust to taste. I included cinnamon extract as well as the spice, since it is stronger. I added a tiny bit of food coloring to it as well, to make it a very light brown/peach color.

    Recipe #448984

    I found this recipe in an Italian cookbook that my dad got a long time ago. It is delicious and looks like a lot of work, but is very easy to make! If you find the sauce too acidic or want it to be thicker, add some corn starch dissolved in water at towards the end and cook for a few minutes longer. If you have any leftovers, it tastes even better the next day. Preparation time does not include time to marinate.

    Recipe #445613

    Variations of peanut (or groundnut, as they are locally called) soups and stews are eaten across West Africa. I adapted this recipe from several different cookbooks + my own preferences. Savory, spicy, filling, healthy and quick to make! Omit the chicken for a vegan version and/or feel free to add in more vegetables (yams, eggplant, or squash could be good, I think). *NOTE* If possible, try to use Recipe #13953 if you don't have berbere on hand . Cayenne is an acceptable substitute, but really doesn't do the dish justice like Berbere would. Even just adding a pinch or two of the different spices in the Berbere mix would suffice!

    Recipe #438533

    Known as Avgolemono in Greece and Aarshe Saak in the Middle East, this tangy velvety soup is a staple at many meals. Aarshe Saak typically has small meatballs in it, while Avgolemono traditionally has rice and no meat. However, there are many regional and personal variations, and this is mine. This version I came up with has has chicken and spinach/mushrooms to make it more filling. Feel free to omit these ingredients or experiment! Note: I always "eyeball" quantities when I cook, so these amounts may not be perfectly exact- always adjust quantities to taste :)

    Recipe #435318

    Easy to make and great for a cold or rainy day! Also a great way to use up any old vegetables in the fridge- I used celery and cabbage, but I'm sure zucchini, yellow squash, cooked eggplant or potatoes would also work (just try to avoid any vegetables that have a strong flavor that would clash with the squash). If you aren't worried about cholesterol or fat (I made this version for my mom, who cannot have cholesterol), you can substitute the soy milk with half and half or cream, and the fake butter spread with real butter.

    Recipe #426845

    Even if you aren't a fan of white chocolate, give this a try! The tartness of the raspberries balances out the sweetness of the white chocolate nicely in this classic combination. Made for Valentine's Day 2010.

    Recipe #413760

    The rice stuffing is very simple to make and turns out beautifully! If barberries are not available, chopped fresh cranberries or sour cherries are a good substitution. Preparation time does not include marinating time. Adapted from Persian Cooking for a Healthy Kitchen" by Najmieh Batmanglij.

    Recipe #397386

    These marinated chicken legs come out beautifully glazed and juicy, and look like a lot more work than they really are! I marinated mine for only one hour and they still turned out nicely. Also, you can add sliced and scored potatoes to the baking pan if desired, to soak up some of the juices. Note: I originally tried this recipe for one serving, so had to estimate the measurements of the marinade and stuffing. The proportions are correct, but the amounts may need adjusting for your personal taste. I also only had dried herbs on hand, but fresh would probably turn out even better!

    Recipe #389841

    This deliciously spiced sweet-and sour stew was adapted from "Persian Cooking for a Healthy Kitchen" By Najmieh Batmanglij. The original recipe calls for firm, unripe peaches and saffron. I had none and substituted nectarines/omitted the saffron and it still came out great.

    Recipe #384525

    My boyfriend and I invented this recipe for his mom's birthday and it came out great! It is very moist, with a denser texture than most cakes. Due to the large amount of apples, you can use less fat, and eggs are not needed at all. For best results, use firm, tart apples such as McIntosh, Courtland or Fuji.

    Recipe #376772

    This Spanish-Mediterranean vegetable salad is healthy, light, and great for the summer months.

    Recipe #322042

    This was the first time I ever made custard-based ice cream, and it was delicious! The rose water and saffron go great together, without overpowering each other. I doubled the original recipe, since most ice cream machines need at least 4 cups of liquid (also because my family gobbled it up in no time!).

    Recipe #318129

    Popular in Jewish communities throughout the Mediterranean and Middle East, these beautifully marbled rich maroon or brown eggs get their soft texture from the slow cooking process. The addition of onion skins to the liquid are absorbed by the porous shells, which cause the coloration. Huevos Haminados are traditionally served at the Passover Seders of Calcutta, Turkey, Greece, Morocco and Tunisia and others, with slight regional variations. They can also be slowly cooked overnight in a crockpot for Shabbat. The name reflects the eggs' origin in Medieval Spain.

    Recipe #317802

    This Italian and Libyan- influenced dish is great to serve in the summer months.

    Recipe #317633

    This simple salad is very refreshing and wonderful addition to a summer meal. You can easily add cubed or sliced fresh mozzarella cheese to make it more substantial.

    Recipe #317625

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