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Recipes I've Shared:

Ginataang Kalabasa

Aunt Carmen showed me how to make. Add pepper and salt to taste. Can also add dried salted fish while everything is cooking together. Cut squash into larger cubes. Chayote optional.

Roasted Beet and Daikon

Roast with salt to taste and spices.

Roasted Broccoli

Add salt to taste and whatever spices you like.

Potato onion soup

Experimental soup.

Oatmeal Waffles

Waffles on the fly.

Potatoe Mix

Potatoes with onions and green peppers. (The ham was there because I had a few bites worth and needed protien.) Add assorted spices to taste.

Quick Pea Soup

Add the ingredients listed and whatever spices you like.

Incredible! (3 ratings)
Turkey Potato Hash

A mix of ground turkey, diced potatoes, onions and spices.

Deluxe Belgian Waffles

I didn't make this, I found it on and just wanted to have in Spark so I can add it to my food log.

Very Good (2 ratings)
Tofu Foo Yung

Alright, this is a recipe that I got from a Tofu cook book which my mother-in-law gave me. It is really good, I just got done making it! The only thing I did different from the recipe is leave the patties in the oven longer than what was called for. That and grind on some pepper with the gravy, yum!

Savory herb Quinoa

This is a personal recipe of my own creation.I never had Quinoa before and had just learned of it's existence! It was made by experimentation. It is so delicious, and actually makes me think of fish just a little bit! (Probably cause one of the herbs is dill...) Anyways, here you go.

Tom Kha Gai (Coconut Chicken Soup)

This is an awesome soup that I enjoy on a regular basis. This recipe is copied from one that I found on the internet and enjoy VERY much! Below is the description of the soup, as it appears on the recipe original. I found no need to change it!

Ao here is the description-
This simple Thai chicken soup has that distinctive Thai flavor - a balance of spicy, salty, sweet and sour. You will especially welcome this soup's warmth during the winter, when it can also provide you with added health benefits, helping to ward off the cold or flu. Tom Ka Gai can either be served as an appetizer or as the star player (noodles can be added if you're planning to make this soup as a main entree).

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