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
this recipe was handed down from my polish grandmother. i make it every weekend and a local social organization sells servings as a fund-raiser.
a different version of an old favourite apple crisp or apple crumble! posted by request. recipe posted as written, the amount of brown sugar is 'to taste', depends on the type and sweetness of your apples. i find 1/4 to 1/2 cup is enough for my 'taste'.
this recipe is posted by request and was originaly from chef sam choy's cookbook
this quick and easy recipe is lots of fun to make and very tasty as well. spanish chorizo is very different from mexican chorizo but mexican chorizo can be used in this dish.
my dh's amish mother raised him on this recipe. he much prefers it over store-bought ketchup. it was a taste i had to acquire, but now my ds's also prefer this type of ketchup. enjoy!
it’s a swedish specialty from a island called gotland that my father's from. it's not a pancake--it's actually a saffron and rice porridge that is given the addition of almonds, cream, and eggs and poured in a dish and baked in the oven. it’s served with
this recipe comes courtesy of one the american girls cookbooks. specifically it comes from the kirsten one and so is swedish themed. several of these recipes from all of the books are all time favorites of mine so i will post them here. rice porridge, kn
i stole (and adapted) this recipe from applesforhealth.com, because they have stolen dozens of recipes from me and hundreds of recipes from recipezaar! the original source of the recipe is the art of cooking for the diabetic. low sodium and low cholestero
simple but sexy. this was in my local newspaper's food section. cook time reflects refrigeration time. i've been asked several times if this should be baked. just to clarify, no, it is not, it is a refrigerator dessert. i'm not sure why it contains raw
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
from a cookbook titled diabetic cooking recently received in the cookbook swap 2011. 10 minutes standing time is part of the cooking time.
this salad get its kick from ground red pepper. you can go hotter or milder by adjusting the amount of red pepper
i found this recipe on the eating well website amongst the diabetic friendly recipes. it's supposed to be an appetizer but i served it over a nice salad as a cool, refreshing summer dinner. we loved it. the shrimp are super simple to prepare and they t
my grandma used to make these with my sister and i all the time. as kids it would be great fun kneading the dough together: we'd take it in turns. a simple yet delicious butter biscuit, popular with all ages, and perfect for any occasion! they'll keep for
there is really nothing to this recipe, and yet, it was amazing! it can be found here: http://lobsterandfishsticks.com/ it would be an awesome side dish for some grilled chicken or fish, or just all piled up for a meatless meal.you can change up the ve
enjoy this flavorful salad with falafel, barbecued meat, fried fish or spoon it into a pita pocket. the recipe can be found in the arabian nights cookbook: from lamb kebabs to baba ghanouj, delicious homestyle arabian cooking. i found the recipe in the t
i just saw brian make this for his cousin and band. yum! recipe courtesy brian boitano show: what would brian boitano make? episode: band aid
this dish combines the favorite flavors of hungarian scrambled eggs with bacon, onion and peppers (an eastern western omlette) with a wine-braised pot roast and the ubiquitous sour cream.
i couldn't resist! named in honor of one of my all time favorite
this is another of the dishes i've been brought up on. a warming, comforting dish, very nutritious and, without the dumplings, low in fat. the vegetables can be substituted, there are no hard and fast laws, after all, my nana makes it with whatever she ha
this is an old, classic recipe for swedish meatballs. serve with sautéed vegetables and fresh bread.
beef and pork bbq.
quick sauerbraten, very good!! try it with boiled potatoes and purple sauerkraut.
this is good! great brunch dish with or without the ham!
my mom wanted to try this diet, and made a huge pot of this soup, and she didn't like it. i think it is wonderful!! although i am not on the "cabbage soup diet", i make this soup often, and i love it!! this recipe makes a big pot of soup. it also freezes
stew is always a great supper because it is like a one dish meal. this recipe come from bon appetit from 1994.
this is not your usual macaroni salad....there is no miracle whip in this. when i first saw it i was a little put off because of the looks of it, but was sooo surprised when i tasted it!!glad i did! tasty & a nice change.(i put 1 day for cook time as this
the yogurt shoppe cafe is in columbus georgia and was established in 1987. ranch chicken is one of the popular items on the menu amongst many other delicious home cooked meals. one of my friends came upon the recipe in a local magazine and was kind enou
expect a finger lickin' good time with this tangy-sweet family favourite. sticky honey, tomato and mustard chicken is quick to make and suitable for those on a budget. kids will be happily licking their chops after this tasty treat. serve with potato wedg
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
my family loves this pork roast! the applesauce recipe can be doubled if desired.
this comes from the coastal regions of papua new guinea. if done properly, you should have little rectangular-shaped sago dumplings. if you don't have banana leaves, you can use aluminum foil.
this has been our family's traditional easter dessert since long before i came into being. my grandmother (maria) made it every year until she turned 78 and then declared
i love the flavor of herbs and chicken! it is just heavenly.
i adapted this recipe from one i found in one of those booklets you buy at the check-out in the grocery store. love the garlic hit!
even though this is a passover recipe we also eat this during the year, it's a favorite. the measurements are very flexible, you really can't mess up this recipe!
a yummy thick chocolate mint brownie from york peppermint patties! get the sensation!
an original recipe created by chef scott meskan, george's at the cove. we enjoyed this when we visited this restaurant in la jolla, california. this recipe is requested so often, they have it printed and ready at the hostess stand. it's unbeatable at the
here's and old standby i enjoy from time to time. it's from an old newspaper clipping i cut out years ago. very tasty.
i'd have to say that this is a labor of love dish, but i give you my word that this recipe is better than bush's. enjoy! oh, and also this recipe is easily doubled. in fact, i think it turns out better when it is.
my favorite fish to use in this is red snapper. but any firm fish will work. smells and tastes yummy.
i belong to a food buying club served by ozark co-operative warehouse. they often run specials on unusual (to americans) cheeses, rices, beans, etc. recently i bought a #5 sack of swedish brown beans, but when a searched recipezaar -- nothing! however i d
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