this recipe is adapted from one in bento boxes by naomi kijima. it is scaled for a single lunchbox (bento box) sized serving. add this to a big bowl of rice and veggies, maybe with some japanese type pickles, and you have a great lunch! this recipe is not a quick recipe, though; cooking time includes marinating time. i would suggest starting the chicken in the marinade, then starting your rice, then fixing everything else while you wait for these two to finish.
this is by far the best iced tea i've ever made, after a long, desperate search for perfection. just the right amount of sweet, with just enough lemon to tickle your tastebuds. the ingredients were found on allrecipes, but i've adjusted the method, which
have your friends over for the "big game" day and they will rave about this for days and ask for it again and again. so simple and sooo very delicious. this has just the right amount of heat without being too awful hot.
plan ahead the ribs need to marinate for a minimum 24 hours, also the sauce can be prepared up to 5 days ahead, but must stay in the fridge for a minimum of 24 hours as well as the ribs, so plan this a day in advance. start this recipe early as the the ri
1 gram of fat!! and it's amazing. you can also make truffles with the same base recipe. (recipe #259042) neff is executive chef at la costa resort and spa. nutrition info: calories 70; protein 2g; total fat 1g; saturated fat 0.5g; carbohydrates 16g; dieta
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