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    Also from Moosewood's book. Easy and simple. Could also be used as a marinade for fish. I plan to use for a simple, crisp green salad, with some apple and cucumber thrown in. You can make this quite a ways in advance.

    Recipe #371561

    I hosted a party for 60+ people recently and made this dip to go with veggies, pita chips, crackers and so on. This is from Moosewood's 'Cooks for a Crowd' book. It's similar to hummus in texture, but lighter and without the tahini flavour. It was simple enough to prepare and I made it a few days in advance. The recipe says it makes enough for 24 - OH MY, 120 more like it! :) How much you would go through would greatly depend on how many other dips and appie type things you have. After our party we still had half of the dip leftover. And that's not because it wasn't popular, it just makes a lot!! It's actually very tasty, easy on the pocket book and I love that you can prepare it in advance. Next time I may cut the recipe in 1/2. Note, prep time does not include soaking the dry beans overnight.

    Recipe #371560

    I couldn't say if this is authentic Mexican or not, but it's tasty, crisp and fresh. Basic idea came from a web site I was on about mexican cooking. Pull out your mandolin slicer or food processor to make quick work of the chopping.

    Recipe #371074

    Marmitako is a traditional Basque dish, which I have yet to make myself. I'm told it's delicious and seems very easy to make. I like the one pot idea! I'm unsure of the serving size, it seems like a lot to me for 4 people!

    Recipe #371045

    Another simple Spanish veggie dish for garlic lovers!

    Recipe #371036

    Recipe from a cookbook from the Algarve region of Portugal. Simple simple!

    Recipe #370963

    I originally got this online somewhere, sorry don't remember where, and I haven't tried it yet. I imagine the best bread to use in this case would be plain white, since it ends up being ground into a paste later on. Might be a good way to use up a few bread ends or rolls in your freezer!

    Recipe #370960

    Salted cod is widely used in Portuguese cuisine, also known as dry, salt-cured cod or saltfish in other parts of the world. It can be found in most european markets. It requires desalting, a step that must be done a day in advance as it takes 24 hours, (that time not included in the prep time).

    Recipe #370847

    Found in a recipe book from the Algarve region of Portugal.

    Recipe #370746

    As with most Portugese recipes, simple ingredients with tasty results! It calls for dried beans, so be sure to soak them overnight beforehand. I would like to try this with a short grain brown rice instead of aborio.

    Recipe #370743

    This recipe is so simple, results are great. Adapted from a number of recipes for this style of pork chop (Chuletas de Cerdo A La Madrilena). Some recipes call for onions, which you could probably just add to the dish before it goes into the oven, or serve some sauteed onions on top of the finished product. (Prep time does not include 1 hr+ marinating time).

    Recipe #370741

    Homemade tartar sauce is quick and easy. I prefer to mix mine up so it's smooth, as opposed to the chunky sort you buy - but your choice of course. I made this one day to go with #216544 and it makes more than enough for 8 people (and we like sauce!).

    Recipe #368916

    I came across a few breading/coating recipes online that used alternatives to flour. I've tweaked them a bit to come up with this, to add some more flavour and improve the texture. I'm happy with the results, a simple tasty fish with healthy ingredients and low fat. You could add whatever herbs or spices you like to the flax & oat base. I use my 'magic bullet' for this and it works really well! (have to justify that purchase after all!) Don't try to over coat these, it won't crisp up because there intentionally isn't much oil in this recipe. If your diet doesn't permit eggs you could omit them. Tilapia is quite wet anyway, the coating will still stick, of course not quite as well but I've tried it and it works. Serve this with #216546, brown rice and spaghetti squash for a healthy meal!

    Recipe #368892

    My old roomie Rukshana sent this to me when she returned home to India, many moons ago. It's hard to say how many it serves, I've only ever made as a side dish. If you're new to dried mango powder, most asian food stores carry it, although I don't think it would be the end of the world if you left it out. I'm sure there are numerous variations to this dish, as is the case with most Indian recipes - this is very simple yet tasty. You might want to adjust the chilies, this is fairly hot. Enjoy!

    Recipe #366604

    Growing up we used to have a salad like this all the time, and it was about the only way I would eat spinach. Still love this combination. I think this particular recipe originated from the side of a bag of mushrooms. I have tweaked it over the years because I don't like to cook the spinach, I prefer to just toss the hot hot dressing over the spinach, which just wilts it enough without cooking it. I'm always throwing bread loaf ends into the freezer, this is a good recipe to use some of them in. Toss the final salad with cheese if you like. Beware, your house will smell like vinegar!!

    Recipe #366602

    This is based on a recipe in a vegetarian cookbook given to me long ago, one of my first. This is definitely comfort food...cheesy, my kids like it. I've used whole wheat pasta, but of course you don't have to. Yellow squash seems to mean different things, you could use the crookneck type or yellow zucchini...or sub another type you favour. Mmmm...wish it were in the oven right now!

    Recipe #366571

    I like to make vegetarian sushi rolls at home and have worked on perfecting a brown rice version. I came across a recipe online that added quinoa to the mix and I love it! Adds that extra bit of protein to make this a well rounded light meal, snack or appy. I've changed that original recipe a bit and have streamlined the cooking process (less dishes the better!). My kids like to help roll these up. I've included cucumber, carrot and avacado as filling...of course you can fill with whatever you fancy. This makes enough to fill 4 nori sheets, which you can cut into 6 or 8 pieces each. Enjoy!

    Recipe #366569

    I have tried many thai curries over the years, and they have all been 'OK', but never quite got that authentic flavour or feel. And then other recipes have just scared me away with incredibly long lists of ingredients. I think this is a nice compromise. It is well worth marinating, it only takes a minute to throw the marinade together, then putting it all together later does not take long at all. I have made it with fish and followed the recipe to a T, with beautiful results. I have also subbed tofu and had good results. This recipe does not traditionally call for any veg to be included, it's meant to be simple. I often do add one vegetable such as red bell pepper or bok choi though, otherwise I serve with a salad. If you do add a veg, be careful not to add too much or you take away from the sauce and lose some of that soupy consistency. Keep it simple If you really wanted to add more veg I would double up on the sauce ingredients. Most of the ingredients are pretty main stream these days, my local grocery store carries it all, and certainly any Asian grocery store would. Hope you enjoy, this recipe came from a Thai food and lifestyle cookbook that was given to me as a gift.

    Recipe #366567

    I like having a baked brie at parties, always nice to find a new way to do it. This came via a demo table at my local grocery store a few years back. Dried blueberries can be quite expensive, I wonder if you could just dry your own in the oven. They should be easy enough to find in the bulk section and they do 'make' the dish so you can't leave them out. Nice for a special occassion (when calories don't count!). Serve with a selection of crackers or sliced baguette.

    Recipe #366565

    Some days you just need a slow cooker meal...! Love soups and was looking for something a little different. If you have an open jar or packet of thai curry paste in your fridge, and you like the flavour of it, this is another way to enjoy it. Most of the items are pantry staples, which is how this came to be, and it's fairly low calorie/low fat. I made it to fit a small crock pot (2.5 Q I think)....yields enough for 2 good sized portions. If you use a larger crock pot you would probably have to double the recipe. Some flat bread on the side makes it a meal.

    Recipe #364337

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