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    A salad made of hard boiled eggs and avocado ,one of my favorite flavor combinations.The richness of the avocado and the egg yolks call for nothing more than a drizzle of olive oil,a dash of vinegar,and some fresh pepper.A perfect example of good ingredients that don't need to be fussed with to bring out their best.This serves 4 as a light lunch or 8 as an appetizer.I found this recipe on Guiadetacos.com.

    Recipe #492512

    Another version of avocado stuffed eggs that I like to make.Finely diced tomato or jalapenos make nice garnishes in place of the cilantro.I don't think guacamole should usually be made with pickled chiles,but in this recipe it adds a nice flavor similar to cucumber pickles used in deviled eggs.Both ways are good.Very easy and delicious!

    Recipe #492511

    One day, making deviled eggs,I had a brilliant idea:use mashed avocado instead of mayo!!!They were so delicious, I make these more than the original now .Well,a quick search showed me my idea was not quite as original as I thought.Oh well.I guess great minds think alike ; ) Anyway,this is my version of eggs stuffed with avocado.

    Recipe #492510

    Not a strictly traditional Thai recipe per se,but a very good recipe true to Thai flavors,this has been a recipe I've made over and over throughout the years.It is quick,simple,healthy and uses ingredients I always have.Thai chiles are nice here,of course,but I usually use serrano or jalapeno chiles since thats what I have on hand.Sometimes I cook the green onion,chiles,and cilantro in the omelet,sometimes I reserve some or all of them as a garnish.The beauty of this recipe is it is easy and flexible;do whatever feels right and it will taste good!

    Recipe #492509

    Brightened up with the sunny flavor of lemon rind and the briney tang of capers,these eggs make a wonderful alternative to the same ol' deviled eggs. The amount of capers is only approximate;you will use more or less depending on the size of the capers and your personal taste.The recipe for these tasty hors d'oeuvres is from one of my favorite cookbooks,Passionate Vegetarian by Crescent Dragonwagon.

    Recipe #492508

    A quick and easy way to make flavorful scrambled eggs.I made this recipe to complement the flavor of coconut oil,as it was the only oil I had and don't usually like eggs cooked in it.I do love coconut and curry,and eggs and curry,so it was a nice meeting ground for the two flavors.Give it a try and tell me what you think.

    Recipe #492507

    When you are bored of eating eggs made the same old way....give this unique recipe a try.Add a 1/2 teaspoon roasted ground cumin or 2 tablespoons of fresh cilantro to change it up.This recipe is from the Everything Indian Cookbook by Monica Bhide.

    Recipe #492505

    My new addiction!:) Lucuma is a South American fruit related to sapotes and mameys.The flesh is somewhat dry and crumbly and has an amazing flavor that can be described as having notes of caramel ,maple syrup,or sweet potato.It is a popular ice cream flavor in Peru.No sweetener is needed in any recipe where lucuma is used.It can be found as a frozen pulp in the US.Goya sells it in convenient 14 ounce bags in the frozen food section at Latin grocery stores and some large markets.These are what I buy and I just use half a bag at a time for my smoothies.If you come across it I suggest trying some right away; it's a flavor that won't soon be forgotten.

    Recipe #492296

    A tropical smoothie from the Dominican Republic,this is thick and rich,good enough to serve as dessert! Serve in pretty glasses with spoons and decorate with lime slices.You can freeze the papaya one day before to make a frosty drink.

    Recipe #492235

    Too may pumpkin cupcake recipes result in a heavy cupcake closer in texture to a muffin;others are lighter but way too sweet.To me,this makes a nice middle of the ground cupcake:light and airy,and not very sweet-the perfect foil for rich buttercream frosting.

    Recipe #491895

    A recipe I made inspired by the flavors of India.The sauce is fragrant with coconut and spices,but is sweet and mild,not hot.The portions are small but the sauce is rich so it is very satisfying.I served this over plain jasmine rice with a spicy Indian style salad.Portions are for two people,but the recipe could easily be doubled or tripled.

    Recipe #491894

    This delicious cranberry sauce goes beyond the sweet and tart flavors of the original with the addition of warm,complex spices and the heat of chiles.Roasting instead of simmering concentrates the flavors .This is an intense sauce with layers of flavor that goes well with turkey(of course),duck,chicken,pork or game.The original recipe calls for Port,which I didn't have,but I'm sure it would be a great addition.Recipe is from Saveur issue no.115.

    Recipe #491891

    A simple and quick recipe to use up leftover chicken.The toasted almonds and celery add a delicious crunch,and the apples a pop of sweetness.I like boiled chicken,but of course chicken salad is perfect for leftover roasted chicken that's a little too dry.You can always make more of the dressing if you want it to be moister.

    Recipe #489443

    A simple salad with tropical flavors,this makes a great garnish or side dish .Try it with fish tacos or grilled pork!

    Recipe #489225

    Another sweet soup made of legumes that is traditionally served as a snack in China.This soup is considered nutritious,but very rich and so should not be eaten to excess.From The Wisdom Of The Chinese Kitchen by Grace Young.

    Recipe #489143

    A delicious sweet soup served as a snack and brain booster in China.A classic Cantonese recipe you must try!Brown candy is a type of Chinese brown sugarthat can easily be found in most Asian markets in Packets of 4-6 slabs.From The Wisdom Of The Chinese KItchen By Grace Young.

    Recipe #489135

    A sweet snack or dessert soup that's rich in flavor and nutrients.The unhulled black sesame seeds are so nutritious that Asian medicinal folklore says they can prevent or reverse greying hair!While I highly doubt that claim,black sesame seeds are rich in calcium,iron,and fiber and are an excellent source of protein,and most importantly they don't taste half bad.The rock sugar ,or rock candy,is a type of sugar sold in Asian stores that resembles an amber colored crystal or rock.It has a taste comparable to light turbinado(which I recommend as a substitute):slightly less refined than white processed sugar but no deep molasses taste like brown sugar or unrefined sugars.This recipe is from The Wisdom Of The Chinese Kitchen by Grace Young.

    Recipe #489133

    Another medicinal Chinese soup from Grace Young's The Wisdom Of The Chinese Kitchen.It is naturally high in Vitamin C and is used to fight colds and the flu.The sweet potatoes start to dissolve in the broth and sweeten it ;otherwise this is a really bland soup,though I find it's simplicity a bit refreshing if you are already sick.For medicinal purposes the tradition is that the soup be cooked a full 3 hours.It actually tastes better if you only cook it for about 1 hour though.You could add small bits of pork and a touch of salt to make it more flavourful.

    Recipe #488987

    A traditional Chinese medicinal soup( more like a porridge to Westerners).This excellent recipe is from one of my favorite cookbooks,The Wisdom Of The Chinese Kitchen,by Grace Young.In it she states that this sweet soup is considered cooling ,and therefore is thought to be beneficial in hot weather and to treat itchy skin conditions,rashes,and acne-but not too eat more than 1 1/2 cup at a time or it may cool the body too much and make people with weak constitutions faint!(I eat much more than the serving and have always been fine lol)For this recipe you need green mung beans,not hulled yellow beans,and Chinese brown sugar also called brown candy.The sugar can be found in almost any Asian market and is sold in slabs that are about the color and cosistency of piloncillo or soft jaggery and come 4-6 slabs in a package.They should be soft enough to cut easily if the package has been stored properly.For the medicinal benefits the sugar should not be substituted,as the brown candy is believed to be superior to other sugars and remove toxins from the body.

    Recipe #488986

    Gluten free coconut flour brownies that are easy to make,rich,and fudgy.What more can you ask for?Make sure to use Dutch processed cocoa,such as Hershey's special extra dark cocoa,for the deepest chocolate flavor.You can use an equal amount of espresso,2 teaspoons instant coffee dissolved in 2 tablespoons hot water,or 1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract in place of the Kahlua liquer.

    Recipe #488985

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