posted for zaar world tours: if you like crabmeat and prawns, then this is the salad for you :) region: asia.
these macaroons are really quick to make, and they are so yummy! the original recipe was on the label of solo brand pure almond paste. only three ingredients, how easy is that?! but i do add coconut and a cherry on top to make these beauties!
use this spread on your bagels, toast, or whatever else you have that requires cream cheese! stuff your chicken breasts with this! use this spread for cream cheese roll ups, chicken/crescent packets... use your imagination and use this spread! :) obvi
this is from about.com italian cuisine from kyle phillips. it's a tasty mayo-free tuna sammich. he says, "you might not think of a tuna sandwich as being particularly italian. however, most italians, especially those with more demanding jobs, eat out a
this stuffing has a nice background note of orange and apples. you won't taste it in every bite, but once in a while, you have a taste and think, "hmmmm, what's that?" it's a nice balance of flavors with the bacon and the orange and apples. the spinach ke
this is awesome and foolproof! great for sandwiches or toast. even my 9-year-old (who doesn't often make requests) can't get enough of it! ok to substitute sour cream or cottage cheese for the plain yougurt, although it might up the calorie count.
a local hawker food in singapore and malaysia. probably not the healthiest food, but oh so good! i'm sure if you can't find the 'weird' ingredients, you can just sub sambal belacan/sambal oelek. serve with plain rice or coconut rice and some stir-fried ve
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