arabic 7 spice (bokharat) is mixture of spices you can buy ready at any middle eastern grocery. if you don't have one where you live, you can make using the following.
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a wonderful sauce for enchiladas, or any other mexican dish calling for a red sauce. can be made spicy or not with the addition of extra chili powder and/or hot or mild taco sauce. a thicker sauce than your usual enchilada sauce.
an all natural muesli packed with nutrients, energy, and flavor. you can mix up the ingredients easily, and it will keep for a long time for convenient breakfasts on the go. from "the greatest ever vegetarian cookbook."
mostly this famous bavarian cheese dip is made with beer. there is gluten free beer, but considering how expensiv it is, i wouldn't waste it for cheese dips... when i visited my friends near munich lately, they told me that they actually make obatzda with
i haven't gotten around to making this yet, but it sounds so good i thought i'd share it (i love out-of-the-ordinary cheesecakes!). the baking instructions do not mention a waterbath, but i usually bake my cheesecakes with one, so i suppose it can be bake
this recipe is great for picnics or pot-luck type get-togethers. it is one of my husband's favorites and doesn't seem to last long when i bake it! the freshness of the blueberries complements the rich butter layer beneath.
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