i got this recipe off the internet a while back, but i can't remember which website. it is my favorite way to serve rice. it's simple to prepare, very tasty and turns common rice into a tasty side dish to complement just about any main entree. i've been making it for a long time now, and i find that it goes really well with just about any main dish. but my all-time favorite is to serve it with baked chicken breasts served with a tangy lime sauce. update....based on feedback, i have worked on improving this recipe. specifically, i increased the amount of water (from 3 1/2 cups to 4 cups, which i think produces a much fluffier rice. but if you have better luck using more or less liquid when cooking rice, please feel free to adjust the amount of water.
no butter, no added sugar, no flour, no splenda... and still a cake?! yup, that's right. and it is still sweet and delicious! finally a cake that is not just heatlhier than normal cake, but completely guilt free! really, this is really good for you, low
the contrasting colours in this salad are appealing to the eye and the subtle combination of flavours is divine. this is a great brunch or lunch dish, and in hot weather a dinner dish that i've found always proves to be popular. it caters so well for th
the toledo blade credits ara content for this recipe. i don't know who they are, and i haven't made this recipe, but it sounds good and is different than anything else on recipezaar. recipe may be doubled.
a staple of irish meals, brown bread can be served alongside soups & stews, often w/slices of cheddar or smeared w/butter or a thick fruit jam. this adapted version comes from colman andrews' the country cooking of ireland, an award-winning resource for r
entered for safekeeping, from ny times magazine food and drink issue, october 20, 2013. mario batali wrote that this is one of his favorite late night dishes; it came from his cookbook, "molto gusto".
try these for breakfast! they are some of the best muffins i've made. healthy and delicious, with a tender yet firm texture. i hope you enjoy them as much as we do! the original recipe comes from a bed and breakfast cookbook, but i've changed it to fit ou
my favorite chicken taco meat recipe that i got from a coworker. i usually serve these with flour tortillas, cheddar cheese, and some guacamole. great for a get together, as you can cook before hand and have people assemble their own. i also love to snack
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