if you love jeera (cumin) you will love this one. a really distinct marinade!
annatto seeds, known as achiote (ah-chee-oh-tay) in spanish, are small irregularly shaped, deep reddish colored seeds about the size of a lentil. they grow in pods but are sold loose in jars in the spice aisle. steeping annatto (achiote) seeds in hot oil
who couldn't use another chicken breast recipe in their mix? well, besides vegetarians, that is :) here is one i found in the january 2009 copy of bbc good food magazine. it says that the recipe is suitable for freezing.
this popular breakfast dish is also enjoyed as a light meal anytime of the day. totally vegan but also a satisfying comfort food. can be topped with a sunny side up fried egg to make it a hearty breakfast. easy, economical and easy on our planet.
these rolls have a tangy bite from the buttermilk and a touch of sweetness from the honey. yum!! i like to make 24 dinner rolls and 6 sandwich rolls with this dough. also... i've been working on this recipe for awhile and have found that different butte
saw this on tv. i'm a vegetarian (for the time being) and my husband is not so this is a great way to prepare one dish and satisfy both our palates. note: this is not a quickie recipe, but so worth the wait!
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