okay, another banana bread recipe...but maybe the other ones don't have at least one ingredient that this one does...my family loves the muffins from this recipe...especially when i make mini-muffins! (i usually halve the recipe!) makes 4 loaves or 60 muf
this recipe from *modern german food* by roz denny sounds so good to me. roz said "these tarts make a light simple lunch w/a mixed green salad or an unusual starter. using a blue-veined soft cheese such a blue brie works best. this is ideal for vegetarian
this was originally a reader recipe from cooking light magazine. i have tried many, many banana breads over the years (from healthy to unhealthy versions) and this remains my favorite. it's very easy to make and also freezes very well.
we usually eat this at lila's restaurant & it served with julienned fried potato sticks, maduros(fried ripe plantains) and white fluffy rice, a cuban regular with all meals. i ususally ask for tomato and avocado slices with my steak. delish! allow the me
i remember having this as a child. it was the best cinnamon toast. we would watch as my mom made this and was amazed at how the cinnamon melted over the butter and hardened. she would serve this on the side of a bowl of sweet rice... which i have on zaar
this is a basic muffin recipe. you can vary the taste according to which fruit you choose to use. other combinations are strawberry, cranberry/orange, and blueberry/lemon. it may be necessary to use more flour depending on which fruit you use.
garden-fresh flavor of roma tomatoes with tart marinated artichokes in a wonderful sauce that can be prepared in less time than it takes to prepare a package of fresh cheese ravioli. adapted from a cooking website's newsletter.
i learned this simple recipe in high school from my friend stacey. it's now a family favorite. it may sound odd but give it a try! i usually substitute bean thread/cellophane noodles for the ramen noodles.
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