this is a recipe coming from crete where people's longevity is the highest in the world! so it's good for you and it doesn't compromise on taste... the quantities given will be enough for 2 as a main dish or 4 as a side-dish.
my mom used this salad dressing on a romaine lettuce salad. she included mandarin oranges and almonds in the salad and topped it with this dressing. i love the combination and use it on all fruity salads now.
i enjoyed this recipe at a picnic 2 years ago, and finally asked my friend for the recipe. after craving it for so long, i was surprised at how easy it is to make. i hope you enjoy it as much as i do. cooking time is chill time.
felt like i was in competing in cupcake wars! the ingredients from dining on a dollar recipe contest -- spring 2013 made it tricky to create a dessert. must say i nailed it! tender, soft crumb with hint of bacon bits and topped with maple frosting complem
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