this is the basic bengali fried bread, but with significant modifications to the process using a few modern tools unavailable to grandmothers so that you no longer need years of practice to get everything right.
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whenever we go somewhere for a back yard bbq, i am asked to bring my macaroni salad. i think the "secret" that makes this macaroni salad different from others is the mixture of miracle whip and mayo. you know, some people like mayo...some like miracle whi
this recipe is so simple. sometimes i put chocolate chips in too, but then it is 4-ingredient cookies! also, you can use 1/2 white sugar and 1/2 brown sugar to make a deeper caramel or molasses-y taste.
super easy delicious roast beef. we use this as sandwich meat for french dips. i cook it early in the day and put it in the fridge. i pull it out and slice for dinner. you could also use it for a traditional roast beef dinner. the use of eye of round is
adopted! goes with the already posted "avgolemono soup (chicken soup)" recipe. as cookgirl says, an onion? i don't know what the intent of the original poster was, but i don't use any onion. thanks, cg, for bringing it to my attention!
my mother taught me this basic technique for several vegetables. it can be used also with broccoli and gai lan for example. the result is a crisper texture at the end. the only unauthentic part of the recipe is using garlic salt instead of fresh garlic
this may also be baked in the oven instead of the stove top --- although some people would say that soaking the rice is not needed it is just something i have done for years with basmati rice, but by all means proceed with the recipe without presoaking, j
i made this recipe again last night and was a bit disappointed in it so i have adjusted the ingredients (4 june 07) and it should be tastier now. the recipe was originally for one of the rsc competitions
i'm not sure if this came from a published recipe or not, but it's been a family favorite. you can make it as mild or as hot as you like. i recently made this for a chili party and out of the 7 different kinds of chili recipes that were there, this was
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