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This is an adaptation of a leftover lamb curry recipe that I found on the internet some time ago.
Since it is a "leftover lamb" recipe, I'm not sure why the author thought that you'd still have the lamb roasting pan in use, but I left that instruction in as a parenthetical expression.
This is a recipe that can handle a fair amount of improvisation. (i.e. curry powder or paste, if you don't have garam masala; substitute dried fruit for apple; use another grain instead of rice, if you have more of one thing than another or have to deal with food allergies, sensitivities or dislikes.)Submitted by ANNE-ELIZ
Fresh from the Green Market, I wanted a simple preparation.Submitted by ANNE-ELIZ
The first time I made this recipe, I was using up leftovers, but it's great for just having another way to present fish to the family.
It is a very flexible recipe which almost begs for variation of seasonings, and additional ingredients that you might have on hand one time and not another. They can be perfectly plain or as gussied up as you wish.
The measurements given are accurate in terms of the particular batch I made this time. However, they should be viewed as approximations; because the various ingredients' texture and moisture levels will vary a bit each time...
A squeeze of fresh lemon or lime juice is a nice touch when serving, as is a sprinkle of capers over the top, though neither is necessary. There are, of course, some folk who believe that hot sauce is the condiment of choice here. You decide.Submitted by ANNE-ELIZ
Don't get scared by the cooking time, it's a crock pot recipe!
This is use for the raspberry chipotle sauce that I like so much with Pork and Beef Ribs.
Chicken drumsticks get the treatment this time.Submitted by ANNE-ELIZ
This is a recipe that I had and wanted to check the calorie count.Submitted by ANNE-ELIZ
The author describes these dumplings, made with, as she puts it, "cooked cornmeal, polenta in Italian, mush in Southern", as having "some kinship to certain Italian gnocchi.
We had it as an accompaniment to "Greens and Pot Likker".Submitted by ANNE-ELIZ
My version of a classic paprikas recipe, with yogurt substituted for sour cream.Submitted by ANNE-ELIZ