another great one from my swedish grandma. this has been on our thanksgiving and christmas menu for years.
if you like to eat a variety of rice dishes, add this one to your menu!i once ate a rice that was similar to this one, but i wasn't able to get the recipe.i've created this as my own version of that rice, which can be served as a quicker alternative to "a
this is my version of marinara sauce for pasta! yummy! i omit the salt as i use canned crushed tomatoes which i find for us to have enough salt. however, if you use fresh tomatoes i would add the salt for your taste. enjoy!
this jam is made without pectin and the list of ingredients couldn't be simpler. you will need a very large pot to prepare this in, as the jam boils up double in size during the early stages of cooking.
from weight watchers' five ingredient fifteen minute cookbook (spring 2008). the recipe calls for boiling the asparagus but really you should cook the asparagus by your preferred method. i prefer to saute my asparagus in a little olive oil and sea salt.
there's a small korean restaurant near the university of michigan in ann arbor where they make this dish on tuesdays only. the line goes out the door. i tried a dozen different recipes until i found this one, which is pretty close to the tuesday special.
in brazil "reis magos" (heyss magos) are the three wise men who visited the baby jesus. i know i got this recipe from the internet, but can't recall which web site. i don't think i ever tried it in the us. hope you enjoyit.
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