for zaar world tour 8, india. this seems to be a popular recipe in india. some people add chopped tomatoes; some add mint and cashews; mine is just plainer.
from "eat, drink, and be healthy" (the harvard medical school guide to healthy eating). tried it on my skeptical vegetarian boyfriend, he loved it. i did too, and i was a meat-eater then. good source of omega-3's and fiber. can be made lighter using 1/2 t
recipe courtesy of russell bellanca, owner of alfredo’s of rome. the original fettuccine alfredo was created in 1914 by alfredo di lelio, concocted to tempt the palate of his pregnant wife who had lost her appetite. until now, the original fettuccine a
this comes from one of holly clegg trim and terrific cookbooks. quick, easy, and light on calories! a taste experience not to be missed! you will like the crunch of the almonds. be sure your fresh asparagus stalks are firm and have closed tips.
i love fruit desserts and this is my favourite at the moment. quick and guilt free too as it only contains fruit. serve warm or cold. it doesn't really need anything else but i have topped with plain yoghurt in the past.
these squares will be crispy on the outside, but gooey on the inside. they are very rich, so a little goes a long way. when you first cut them, you will swear they are not done, but they are, just eat and enjoy.
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