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I use this recipe to make a base for a filled Turkish pide. Basically, make the base and roll it into an oval shape. Choose a filling, usually meat & stir fried veggies or cheese. Spread your choice of filling on the pide and then fold up about 1cm all along the sides, pulling them together at the tips.
In the pictured pide, I cut up zucchini, eggplant, and onion and sauteed with garlic and a vegetarian ground-beef substitute. Then mixed tomato sauce and cottage cheese in to create the filling.
This recipe can easily be vegan if you use olive oil or just forgo the egg used to brown the pide, and then use vegan ingredients.
Found at turkishkitchenmelbourne.blogspot.com.Submitted by FAELFE
A slightly lightened version of Lidia Bastianich's delicious side (goes great with Chicken Scallopini)Submitted by LITTLE_NIKKE
Great over polenta or with pasta. Silken tofu takes the place of creamSubmitted by LITTLE_NIKKE
Hearty meal, with practically no cheats to remain healthy. Makes generous portions that freeze and reheat beautifully (I make my office mates jealous every time I bring this in).Submitted by LITTLE_NIKKE
Extremely low-cal, fat free, and filling!Submitted by LITTLE_NIKKE
A take on a classic Japanese hot lunch, but I prefer it for dinner. Replaced the white rice with brown and upped the chicken a bit. Just add a side of steamed veggies.Submitted by LITTLE_NIKKE
These are a specialty of northern Italy. Instead of a dough that you roll out, you drop them from a spoon. This means you just add enough flour to keep the gnocchi from falling apart in the water... really reduces the carb and calorie count! (you can add the calories back in by serving it with a sage brown butter sauce)Submitted by LITTLE_NIKKE
My version of this dish. If you want to serve it with pasta, I would up the amounts for the sauce, skip the lemon slices and finish your pasta with the sauce in the pan prior to serving. I prefer it with a nice veggie side (green beans or asparagus are great!)Submitted by LITTLE_NIKKE
One-pot complete meal (no omitting the starch the way many recipes here do). For maximum flavor, you can let the chicken rest with the spices for up to 8 hours, but it's still delicious with no rest at all! This is a basic recipe that you can modify and bulk up by adding veggies (carrots and/or eggplant work really well with these spices) - just adjust the simmering time so the veggies are cooked to your liking.Submitted by LITTLE_NIKKE