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from The Passionate Vegetarian, by Crescent Dragonwagon
from Crescent Dragonwagon, The Passionate Vegetarian.This is a sauce. You can put it over pasta, like raviola or tortellini.
from Peas and Thank You blog
from Madhur Jaffrey's World of the East Vegetarian Cooking, modified a little bit
from Peas and Thank You http://peasandthankyou.com/recipage/?recipe_id=6000738
from Chocolate Covered Katie
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this is not very sweet, but it is a light sauce for strawberries
from Peas and Thank You blog http://peasandthankyou.com/recipage/?recipe_id=6000743
This recipe was printed - as-is - in the NYT a few weeks back. On first try, I found it to be a little too sweet and so the next time I think I'll try 2/3 c. maple syrup instead of sugar and 1/3 - 1/2 c. water.
you can really use just about any type of cut or rolled grain (avoid instant)
Tastey low Fat/ Low Cal and delicious
A tasty West African dish that combines yams, squash and coconut milk. Would make a great alternative to the traditional sweet potato casserole at holiday meals!
Chapati are a round, flat, unleavened bread popular in India and East Africa. They are traditionally served with soup, stew or curries.
Turn your salad into a spicy peanutty treat!
Tastes like chicken broth.
This recipe is designed to be part of 6 small meals a day. If you eat 3 meals a day, you can eat 2 servings.