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Makes larger pies - suitable for sharing
Peach butter adapted from Smitten Kitchen
A nutty, creamy dressing. Great with arugula and chicken!
Serve over rice or noodles
Adapted from a recipe I found online. Light, refreshing and flavorful.
A classic chicken stew - light and healthy
Easy Summer Rolls make a refreshing summer appetizer or snack - or light dinner. Serve with sweet and spicy dipping sauce (not included). They take a little prep, but are easy to assemble.
Make your own English Muffin
A filling but low-fat, and light meal of vegetables, grains and miso broth. I haven't used miso mery much so this is probably very non-traditional, but it hit the spot.
Classic Vinaigrette for a special occasion
Adapted from a recipe found on Smitten Kitchen.
My favorite fall dessert. The Topping is easy to make (see recipe titled "crisp topping") and keep in the freezer, prepare the apple and top with crip topping, pop in the oven and your done! (Be sure to add the salt, it makes all the flavors pop!)
An all-purpose topping that can be used with any fruit to make a great fruit crisp or crumble
Classic Curry of cauliflower & potatoes
Increadibly rich & decadant homemade ice cream. A little goes a long way.
This is adapted from the recipe used for the movie Ratatouille, from Thomas Keller's "The French Laundry" cookbook
Thai stirfry, classically made with chicken
The perfect sauce for dipping grilled chicken, or for tossing with noodles and veg for a peanut noodle salad
Can be a dip with chips, or a side salad. Is best when summer veggies are at their peak!
Kind of like tabbouleh, but with quinoa, and a vinaigrette dressing
I have taken into account that about 1/4 cup of oil gets absorbed into these fritters when frying.
I cut down the recipe to make a smaller batch of small pancakes, and substituted yogurt for the usual buttermilk. Makes a really tender pancake.
Adapted from Suvir Saran's "Indian Home Cooking", this is a yogurt condiment to help cool the palate with spicy foods
A versatile Indian dish that goes great with pasta, rice or bread, and has lots of great veggies!
Recipe adapted from "Cuisines of India"
Hot and Sour Chickpeas
These are the real thing - delicate french almond meringue cookies, usually sandwiched with a flavoring like lemon curd or buttercream in the middle
Recipe from Emeril Lagasse