posted for zaar world tour. recipe comes from moosewood. (i'm calling it east european...even though the tamari and cheddar don't quite fit that cuisine!)
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this recipe was created with items i had in my pantry. i own and use a 3-quart crock pot, but you can adapt this recipe to any size vessel. i serve it with mashed potatoes, but you could use pasta or rice or what have you. i also serve crusty italian brea
this recipe goes well with baked chicken or pork chops. as always a nice side salad to make it great! with the touch of coconut milk, this recipe will bring a touch of the puerto rico in to your kitchen.
i threw together this dish early one morning before going to a family breakfast picnic, and it was devoured quickly. had to write up the "recipe" in order to duplicate in the future, it was truly awesome!
from healthycooking.com. with a few modifications and substitutions. both crock pot and oven cooking methods are given. other dried fruit can be substituted such as dried dates, figs, raisins, etc. depending on how rich you want the pudding, half and hal
from the trenton times: caramelized onions practically melt into the warm potatoes, and coarse-grain mustard adds a pretty golden-flecked hue and subtle flavor. cook time does not include time to make caramelized onions. i have made this using a combi
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