i had some dumplings at a tasty tea house in west philly. sadly, the dumplings were not nearly as good as the tea. i thought i could do better. you could use this as a filling for spring rolls too (definitely include the noodles for this).
this recipe comes from helen saberi's book - the afghan food & cookery. pilaf or pilau is a classic afghan dish. the use of yogurt is also classic and it makes a delicious sauce. ground red pepper is commonly found in north african & some asian dishes, if
my grandma emma got me hooked on fried green tomatoes when i was really little. now i make them for our family. you can add some cajun seasoning to the paprika and add more or less paprika as you wish. also i put cornmeal because it didn't recognize dr
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 recipe is adopted from a recipe for flag cake by the barefoot contessa. i made it for 4th of july 2009 and it was probably the best cake i've ever made. i don't usually like cream cheese frosting, but this one is divine, especially with the fresh b
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