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    This makes a pretty loaf with a nice texture that slices easily. Flavor is slightly sweet (not too sweet) with a cheesy hint- perfect in my opinion for breakfast but also for savory uses. This differs (in ingredient amounts) from other recipes given here on 'zaar so I'm posting it. Baking time will depend on your machine.

    Recipe #118515

    This is a traditional preparation from the Abruzzo region of Italy. Subtly yet finely flavored, in my opinion. We like it best served with roasted potatoes. It may look like a long complicated process, but it really isn't!

    Recipe #116600

    This has nothing to do with the British cooking queen, Nigella Lawson, but with the spice seed, nigella (sometimes called black cumin, but unrelated to cumin). This spice, to be found in middle-Eastern and Indian markets, has been traditionally used for both culinary and medicinal purposes; current studies suggest it may serve as an immune-system booster and is effective in treating asthma and whooping cough (information courtesy of The Herb Companion website, I make NO medical claims!!). I've tried it, I like it (with the dash of vanilla), so I'm posting it here.

    Recipe #116593

    Salad of fennel and oranges is typically Italian and dates back to the time of the Roman legionnaires. For my taste, the addition of the walnuts makes the dish, with their slightly bitter skins contrasting nicely with the sweetness of the orange and slightly licorice flavor of the fennel. I recommend the use of blood oranges if you can (adding to the attractiveness as well as the flavor), but regular oranges will work well, too. Cooking time is marination/cooling time in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #115713

    These light and flaky biscuits have just a hint of sage flavor (which can be overpowering if over-used) but none of the baking powder taste that you sometimes get with biscuits. I find they go especially nicely with roasted meats.

    Recipe #115543

    After coming across mung beans in my local market one day, I was curious as to just what to do with them. After much searching I found this recipe on the internet which I've altered to suit our tastes. The result is a spicy and satisfying soup-a meal in a bowl. I found in my research these Asian beans don't need pre-soaking and are very nourishing, while being relatively easy to digest--they do not generally create abdominal gas or bloating (sorry, but for some people, that is important). According to modern nutrition, mung beans offer 14 gms of protein per cooked cup. Mung beans are also a good source of dietary fiber. They also contain thiamin, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and copper, and are a good source of folate. The ham in this recipe can be omitted and vegetable stock substituted for chicken stock if you are vegetarian. I serve with crusty bread on the side, but you may also serve over rice if desired.

    Recipe #114716

    Attractive and full of flavor, not to mention easy to prepare (oops, just did). You may certainly use PANKO breadcrumbs, but be sure to crumble them finely first with your fingers. This pairs nicely with parmesaned orzo and grilled zucchini.

    Recipe #113881

    This dish is bursting with flavor, especially the smoky chipotles. Feel free to adjust the quantity of red pepper flakes according to your taste, but the amount posted gives you a warm tingle in the mouth. Prep time does not include soaking time for the chipotles or cooling time for the shrimp.

    Recipe #113569

    Makes individual savory kugels with the aid of a muffin tin. A great side dish for a spicier main course or roasted meats (the cook temp and time is very nearly the same as that for a pork tenderloin). The leftovers are a nice snack cold, too. Though I've never done so, I believe they would probably freeze well. This recipe makes quite a lot, but is easily halved. If you end up with more batter than muffin tin space, you can bake the remainder in individual ovenproof ramekins. Recipe from, though tweaked a bit by me. Preparation time does not include time to cook the noodles.

    Recipe #113160

    . . . or Sichuan, or Szechwan. However you choose to spell it, this colorful and nicely spiced dish comes together quickly with a bit of preparation beforehand. Served with steamed rice, you have an entire meal. Feel free to up the quantity of red pepper flakes if you so choose! Preparation time DOES NOT include marination time for the lamb, so plan in advance. Cooking time is active (stir-fry).

    Recipe #112492

    There are tons of chicken parmesan recipes on 'zaar but this one is different: no tomatoes or marinara sauce. Instead, the parmesan is complemented by the freshness of lemon zest and juice. I strongly recommend using PANKO breadcrumbs if you can, they will stay crunchy after the baking. If your chicken breasts are on the large side, or you simply want more of the parmesan flavor, you can double the topping mixture portion of the recipe. PLEASE NOTE the handy 'zaar feature for converting metric to US equivalents ;)

    Recipe #112433

    Simple preparation, minimum of ingredients, but full of flavor. If you've been searching for a recipe in which to use your soybean paste, this is it!

    Recipe #111659

    Savory and bursting with flavor! This is quite similar to a previously posted recipe by another chef, but am offering this one as it is sized for a smaller (minimum 1 1/2 lb-10 cup capacity) machine). It bakes up perfectly for us! Cooking time will depend upon your machine.

    Recipe #111343

    This makes a light and delicious loaf, with no sugar added, so it isn't a sweet bread--perfect for sandwiches or savory toppings! Cooking time will depend upon your bread machine.

    Recipe #111091

    I won't kid you: this is no "fast-n-e-z" risotto recipe, but one that is well worth the effort. Italian comfort food at its best! So pour yourself a nice glass of wine (perhaps the one you are using in the recipe) while you're in the kitchen and enjoy yourself while creating this gift of love :) Preparation time does not include time to chill pork before slicing.

    Recipe #110631

    A juicy golden chicken with luscious sauce, requiring a minimum of effort. The lemon flavor is not overpowering, but definitely present. Pairs perfectly with mashed potatoes. This recipe comes from a Dutch language cookbook I recently purchased entitled "Mediterraans: Culinair genieten op z'n best" which translates to MEDITERRANEAN: CULINARY ENJOYMENT AT ITS BEST. All the recipes are anonymous so I can't give credit to it's author.

    Recipe #110403

    A nice change from the usual.

    Recipe #110401

    This simple preparation enhances the duck without obliterating the natural flavor, and doesn't require a long marination. Perfect for a special meal. Preparation time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #110201

    This is an extremely rich cake which is easy to prepare. The inside is soft and rather creamy. While it is great the first day, we think the flavor improves the second (if you still have any left!). Cooking time does not include cooling time in the oven.

    Recipe #109941

    This simple-to-prepare side accompanies blander dishes nicely. I particularly like it with simply grilled salmon or other fish.

    Recipe #109369

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