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yummmm this very tasty. the original recipe (from everyday living) called for 3 table spoons of vegetable oil...but i used rice wine... and the pepper was suppose to be black pepper but i used red pepper flakes.. good and low fat
here's a drink that's great to take on camping trips with good friends, perfect for sharing around the campfire. this is my own recipe that we take to sca camping events in the pacific northwest (other folks have their "secret" recipes they don't share).
this is more of a technique than a recipe, as we all probably know how to make these separately, but the groove is in how to get them all to the plate hot at the same time. required is a pan and a spatula, a microwave, and a toaster. you think you can't h
you can make this with any fruit really, even if posted with blueberries. i have made this with apples, caned pinapple, peaches, strawberries and it even works with perservatives or jam. berry bake - my favorite cake! note: i have done corrections after
this is my quick version of a recipe from international vegetarian. bissara is a moroccan dip that is similar in its presentation (but not taste) to the more common hummus. enjoy this with pita bread (fresh or toasted) or cut up vegetables. traditionall
found this in good housekeeping magazine, may, 2006. from lindell hughes of neosho, missouri. she made this as a young girl for a 4-h competition and her recipe eventually won a prize at the state fair. it is made in a 13" x 9" glass or ceramic baking
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