i found this on facebook. there are several pages dedicated to cambodian recipes, and this is one of them. there are fish sauces that are kosher, but i don't know about oyster sauces. usually vegan stores have some kind of imitation to replace the real th
another sri lankan recipe from chamaine solomon posted after a request from another member. i have had to miss one ingredient from the list as the site does not recognise it, but 1 strip of daun pandan or rampe leaf needs to be added to the other ingredi
this is a dish that combines two things that i really like... eggplant and pork hash. pork hash in hawaii brings back memories of the hunabutta days (childhood) when the man in the manapua (steamed chinese bun) man would come around and sell his wares, k
i love mirj's funky chicken with sesame noodles. i decided to use the noodles as my inspiration for this recipe. it's really similar but totally different. we liked it and i hope others will too! cook time is the time it takes to make the pasta. *update*
delicious and intriguing. prep time does not include marination time, so allow time for that.
this recipe is from the wonderful cookbook, "a treasury of jewish holiday baking", by marcy goldman. this pareve pesach cake tastes like a rich but light chocolate cheesecake. it's wonderful with or without the glaze. if you don't mind a dairy cake, it
a recipe passed on by australian chef simon bryant which he obtained on a trip to japan.
these are wonderful little muffins. i could never pass these little gems up. courtesy of the abilene, texas country club.
this is one of rachael ray's recipes that i got off of the food network website. they're really incredible! talk about flavor! it's from her 30 minute meals show. however, this took me about 35 minutes to make (with the sesame noodles that she made with
great food for fall with freshly picked pumpkins.
my sister in law, cassie, made this as a side dish, and it was so good that i wanted to share it!
you'll have extra marinade, but it keeps well, refrigerated, and can be used for baby back ribs or chicken. look for hoisin sauce and black bean paste with chilies at asian grocery stores if you can't find them in a supermarket. * note: the prep time doe
this chutney is very spicy - not sugary as most western chutneys. kashmiri chilli powder is much milder than regular chilli powder so adjust that if you don't have it. try and use a red onion if you don't have shallots.
swai is a relatively new fish in the meat counters of my area of the country. while shopping at sam’s, i saw the bags of frozen swai fillets and they looked so good that i decided to buy them even though i did not know what the heck a swai was. i think
with a wonderful combination of colors and flavors, this pasta salad goes great with barbecued chicken or pork. i found this recipe in a magazine, i think toh, but not sure. not yet tried by me but here for safe keeping because it sounds good and a litt
this isn't your usual chinese restaurant mustard sauce! this is a silky sauce lush with the flavors of toasted sesame oil and dijon mustard! wonderful with cold roast beef, lamb and chicken dishes. spread on steamed fish and foods off the grill. great on
this recipe comes from helen saberi's book - the afghan food & cookery. pilaf or pilau is a classic afghan dish. the use of yogurt is also classic and it makes a delicious sauce. ground red pepper is commonly found in north african & some asian dishes, if
a hearty flavorful exotic bean and vegetable stew.
really an effective spice blend...i got it in one of maharishi ayurveda newsletters and thought of sharing here !hope this will help you melt your blues away.. :-))
my favorite low-fat recipe creators, janet & greta podelski, dreamed up this thai fettucine dish while sitting under an old oak tree in orlando.
this is from bh&g's low calorie magazine, spring 1986 issue. the intro says, "tabbouleh, middle eastern in origin, is made with bulgur, a wheat product." i confess that i love this salad!
this favourite of ours is posted by request. it's a lovely summer side dish, as it's served cold.
this is a very famous cake among the portuguese eurasian families. no christmas tradition is complete without it in malaysia.
this is a delicious and lower fat/calorie alternative to traditional deviled eggs. instead of filling the whites with yolks and mayo, these easy to prepare eggs are stuffed with hummus! experiment with different flavoured hummus -- there are many commerci
tahini is either too expensive, unavailable where you live or you don't have the time to make it from scratch... although i always prefer the real deal, there have been a few times that i've run out of tahini and had to use this emergency substitute.
a delicious middle-eastern dip, if you don't have any plain yoghurt you can use sour cream, it works just as well. serve with grilled pita bread chips.
the name says it all. a great way to use up left over rice. don't feel limited to the listed ingredients; mushrooms, a bit of meat, a scrambled egg etc... are all great in this dish. this recipe makes one really generous serving or two side dish servin
this is a nice accompaniment to steamed rice & fish & a good way to use any greens in your fridge. i used tamari in this recipe instead of regular soy sauce, which is good if you are not eating wheat. you can also use canola oil if you do not like
this is my mom's specialty. i hated it as a little kid, but now i adore it and make it often. it was hard to nail my mom's recipe down to measurements, but we figured that this was the closest we could get without saying
this recipe is from a very very well renowned indian chef.
delicious and easy to prepare
i got this of the sunrise morning show. so easy and so different and delicious. the family loves them. i must admit i did serve them with sweet chilli sauce!!!
opo is an asian squash with a flavor similar to zucchini. it looks like a long light green gourd. to prepare, i rinse, peel, seed, and chop into 1" cubes. i often stir fry this or put this in a simple soup with ground pork and onions.
surin, a thai restaurant with 3 locations in alabama, makes this really really good coconut soup. i found a recipe on yahoo! answers in response to someone's inquiry about the soup. give it a whirl!
this is the lentil curry that subru uncle(our chef at home in muscat for the last 13 years!) makes almost thrice(or more) a week! my dad simply loves this lentil curry. he says he can have this 365 times a year, every single day, and be really happy! this
we served this with cooked barley and thought it was delicious. i hope you do, too!
this interesting paratha is wonderful on cold winter nights, and is one of my favourite comfort foods. parathas always bring back memories of delhi winters with my cousins, long nights of talking, playing board games, and just having fun! you can adjust t
a recipe i found on about.com for thai recipes that sounds so good and i am posting it for zwt. here is what is stated about the rice: "this sticky rice recipe is simple to make and oh so delicious! a meal unto itself, this thai sticky rice with pork &
great cold meal for summer, or to bring to a get together. low fat, and delicious! this is a recipe i've found different variations of in a couple of magazines. prep time depends on if you need to cook the pasta. feel free to change amounts to suit your t
this makes an interesting and tasty alternative for indian meals (or any other type of meal that strikes your fancy). you can easily control the heat factor by your choice/amount of chiles. from madhur jaffrey's quick and easy indian cooking, posted for
this is delicious served with rice dishes as a sauce or it can be used in other tomato sauce ways such as adding seasoned cooked ground beef and serving over pasta like i do as well. modified from the complete middle east cookbook by tess mallos.
for best results you will need omani lemons which are in fact sun dried limes. in persian the same name is used for limes and lemons (limoo). lemon would be called "limoo zard" (yellow lime). so when they translate, they call both limes and lemons "lemon
this special treat is naturally sweet and full of omega-3s. this was adapted from jennifer white in the program helping your child eat well on 3abn. enjoy!
i used to maintain a website called "guide to living alone" which featured some good recipes for one person. this recipe is one i put together for my friend ellen, because it was one of her favorite sidedishes at a chinese restaurant we frequented. the
a light main course for 4 or an easy appetizer- your choice.
i found this on a korean website. serve with rice and side dishes or as an appetizer with drinks.
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