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Doesn't the name say it all?
My kids love this, and they are not vegetarians.
I couldn't believe how much everyone loves this dressing, even my kids.
This turned out VERY lavender-y, so you might want to reduce it to a teaspoon when you make it.
This recipe comes from Edible Harmony, at http://www.edibleharmony.com/apricot-chia-
From the back of the can of salmon, minus the milk.
This is Emeril's recipe, but changed slightly to be dairy-free. I used olive oil instead of butter. I used skinless chicken thighs, less mushrooms and less fat.
Taken from Spanish Food by Paragon books ltd
Adapted from The Food of Southern Italy by Carlo Middione
Betcha won't eat it all after seeing those calories!
Didn't have any celery, and the tomatoes made it a little too much like chili, but we ate it anyway.
This is better with lime juice, but when all you have is lemons, it will do. For more zing, add some zest of the lemon or lime too.
This is changed slightly from the recipe on the back of the Bob's Red Mill Polenta package
13 oz 93% lean ground beef
1 small onion chopped
1/3 of a green pepper, chopped
1 can dark red kidney beans
2 cans tomato sauce
1 bay leaf
1 packet of chili seasoning
This is only a slight variation from Linguine with clams in "Food of Southern Italy" by Carlo Middione.
My family loves it.
I couldn't find a recipe that was perfect for me, so I had to make my own. I didn't have unsweetened applesauce, so I used sweetened, and added less sugar to the recipe.
This recipe came from Simple Daily Recipes, at:
My husband says he hates beans, but he actually requests these!
If this is used only as a side dish, they may go farther than 4 servings, but at our house they go fast because we eat them by the bowl- full.