i discovered this recipe while searching for a clone of the cranberry bars from a famous coffee house. these are nothing like those - they're better! i found this recipe in the december 2003 issue of good housekeeping.
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i eat oatmeal 3 or 4 times a week and find myself looking for new ways to add flavor and interest without adding a lot of calories. this morning's experiment was worth sharing. feel free to adjust to your dietary and taste preferences.
i adapted this from another recipe for grilled asparagus. the grill was out of gas, so i decided to try using the oven. i modified the seasonings to reflect my desire to cut the fat content. my company, family and i all loved the results. enjoy!
this isn't quite a stew, a chili, or a ratouille, yet it reminds me a bit of each. you'll just have to try it for yourself and see what you think. whatever you want to call it, we call it tasty. can be served as a side dish as well, but we like it on it's
you can make the sauce up to 24 hours ahead. refrigerate and heat just before serving. you can substitute garlic herb cream cheese spread if you don't care for chevre cheese. black sesame seed can be used for a more dramatic look.
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