from the blog "baking and love" - http://www.caketree.sg/6281339
ultra easy and yet impressive. apricots and horseradish aren't an everyday combination, folks will notice. (i got this recipe from attending a party a number of years back and noticing!) i suggest adjusting preserve and horseradish amounts to your persona
this recipe is from week nine of my food blog, "travel by stove." i am attempting to cook one meal from every country on earth, and angola is my ninth stop. this is an angolan side dish made from rice, coconut milk and papayas.
this is yet another version of asian salad. i love snow peas when they are in season so i cannot resist adding them to this salad. we enjoy this dish in the summer and spring for our main dish, and absolutely love it.
i saw ina make this on her food network television show. the episode was entitled "flavors and flowers". you can also use the small red potatoes or even yukon gold potatoes in place of the small white potatoes.
i found this on the back of a bag of frozen chicken breasts. there were five things i liked about this recipe; it was easy, it is weight watchers core friendly, it smelled great cooking, it was tasty, and i didn't have to remember to thaw the meat. i ser
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