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Nandu Rasam (Crab Legs Pepper Soup)

Nandu Rasam (Crab Legs Pepper Soup) by Navaneetham Krishnan

Another version; easier and simpler compared to "Rasam with crab legs".

1 vote
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Make-over Spaghetti & Shrimp Salad

Make-over Spaghetti & Shrimp Salad by Salad Foodie

Originally mayo was the dressing for this salad recipe from a friend long ago, but I decided to give it a make-over. Adding a few new veggies and seasonings, and subbing an oil-based dressing, made it lighter and brighter. The recipe makes enough for a crowd or potluck, so cut down by one third or two thirds if needed.

3 votes
4389 views
Southwestern Shell Pasta Salad

Southwestern Shell Pasta Salad by Salad Foodie

Chop, chop, chop and get your frustrations out making this pasta salad with south-of-the-border appeal. Choose your heat level by amount of peppers, hot sauce and chilies you add. This yields a generous bowl and serves 12-14. Make this ahead of time and chill ~ if you can wait and can keep everyone out too!

4 votes
7161 views
Almost A Borscht Soup

Almost A Borscht Soup by Glenn

I wanted a hearty soup for lunch and had a left-over half head of boiled cabbage. What else could I do but go wild adding borschtish ingredients until I almost lost track. Bottom line, if you don't have an ingredient just leave it out or substitute something else. Have fun and be surprised, like I was, that this came out tasting…

3 votes
4328 views
Creole Pralines

Creole Pralines by Amos Miller

Better than a cookie (sorry bakers, but this is a Creole group) and with the true taste of New Orleans, Creole Pralines are one of the signature treats in the Big Easy! It is time to play 'soft ball', and we're not talking the sport - we're talking Creole candy. When the recipe calls for your concoction on the stove to reach the…

5 votes
7867 views
A refreshing Drink to Welcome All members

A refreshing Drink to Welcome All members by sanjeeta kk

A natural summer cooler made with mint, lemon and ginger. Refreshing and healthy with no added preservative in it.

2 votes
10061 views
Pumpkin Maple Sauce

Pumpkin Maple Sauce by Robyn Savoie

Wake up to spicy pumpkin pancakes hot from the griddle! Serve with Pumpkin Maple Sauce for a winter treat.

1 vote
2602 views
Curried lentil and rice salad

Curried lentil and rice salad by Micheline

A flavourful, curried lentil and rice salad for healthy conscious cooks.

2 votes
3875 views
Chicken, Tomatoes & Rotini Salad

Chicken, Tomatoes & Rotini Salad by Salad Foodie

Hearty pasta salad to help use up leftover roast chicken or turkey. I've a bumper crop of grape tomatoes which work well in this too. I try to go light on the seasonings, so follks can adjust as desired when served.

2 votes
3581 views
Linguine with Fresh Tomatoes

Linguine with Fresh Tomatoes by Robyn Savoie

Since we can have great tomatoes year around, we can always enjoy their fresh flavor this way. Remember: Never store your fresh tomatoes in the refrigerator, the cold ruins their taste and texture. Keep them right on the counter so they'll be sweeter and juicier.

2 votes
4915 views
Caramel Pudding

Caramel Pudding by Denise Sherin

The Amish call it caramel pudding but most people call it butterscotch pudding.

2 votes
3176 views
Ham, Peas & Pasta Salad

Ham, Peas & Pasta Salad by Salad Foodie

A nice choice for a summer cookout or picnic, this pasta salad can be made up to a day ahead for convenience. My pasta choice for this is ditalini, a small pasta often used in soups (this can be hard to locate but Barilla sells a one pound box.) Or substitute your own small pasta FAV such as elbows or shells.

1 vote
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Gino's Noodle Dough

Gino's Noodle Dough by J. Gino Genovesi

Noodles, in many forms, have been a staple food in many parts of the world for centuries. China, Japan, Italy all take credit for creating the noodles. However, the earliest records appear in a book written between AD25 to 220 in China. No matter the origin, noodles have been a staple food, relatively cheap, quick to prepare and…

2 votes
4661 views
Appetizers from Valencia -Cod dumplings

Appetizers from Valencia -Cod dumplings by chefgonin

Valencia is a Mediterranean city in the cuisine culture is very important, do you know the Valencian recipes?, Discover them in http://valenciagastronomic.blogspot.com.es

1 vote
4236 views
Lime & Mint Jelly

Lime & Mint Jelly by Salad Foodie

Tart and zesty, this jelly makes a nice gift for the holiday host or hostess. Lime is the predominant flavor, with a “hint of mint.” Serve it with crackers and cream cheese, or put it out when you serve lamb or other meats. Use it as you would marmalade, on toast or biscuits. If you like lime, you will love this lip-smacking sweet…

1 vote
3849 views