In-a-Pinch Cranberry Sauce made from Dried Cranberries

In-a-Pinch Cranberry Sauce made from Dried Cranberries by Salad Foodie

I serve turkey year round but forget to keep canned cranberry sauce on hand; even when I do it's hard to use up the whole can because not everone eats it. Recently the craving for cranberries with roast turkey breast was too strong. I grabbed the Craisin bag from the pantry and experimented making a small amount of cranberry sauce.…

2 votes
Heinz 59 Sauce/Glaze

Heinz 59 Sauce/Glaze by Bob Vincent

This is adapted from a recipe on the back of a bottle of Heinz 57 sauce. The original called for the sauce and honey only. I decided to jazz it up a bit by adding some more ingredients. Hence the name Heinz 59 Sauce. The result works as a different sauce/glaze for almost any kind of protein. I used it on smoked chicken thighs as…

2 votes
Honey Chipotle Sauce

Honey Chipotle Sauce by Robyn Savoie

Serve this sweet smokey flavor of this sauce with won tons, pot stickers, egg rolls or spring rolls. It's great with chicken and pig wings. It even doubles as a marinade and/or glaze for pork and chicken. Don't let the name fool you, this is not a "copycat" recipe for Chili's Honey Chipotle Sauce. I have been making this recipe…

1 vote
Kangkung Tumis

Kangkung Tumis by Veronica Lucia

A super easy stir fry kangkung recipe.

1 vote
Nasi Tahu Margarin

Nasi Tahu Margarin by Veronica Lucia

In bahasa Indonesia, nasi means rice, tahu means tofu, while margarin is margarine. I'm using traditional yellow tofu, which has turmeric aroma and a little salty flavour. This is super easy vegan fried rice recipe.

1 vote
Crumbled Tempeh

Crumbled Tempeh by John Spottiswood

Ok, for anyone familiar with tempeh this is a super basic recipe. But if you haven't cooked it before, and want a simple, delicious, and flexible way to prepare it, then this is a great place to start. Mark Bittman as this as one of his basic recipes in his How to Cook Everything Vegetarian cookbook. Serve it on a salad, over…

4 votes
Hoisin Sauce

Hoisin Sauce by Hungry Jenny

Taste before serving as it's quite easy to adjust the recipe to suit your palette :-) Because of the acidity and salt content, this should keep in your fridge for quite a long time, a few months at least.

1 vote
Cranberry Cole Slaw

Cranberry Cole Slaw by Linda Simon

Are you craving crunchy freshness right about now? When meltingly tender slow-cooked stews and soups predominate. They are welcome, but sometimes you want some bite-y food. And make that simple, quick, healthy, and low cal too, please. I like this lightly dressed and fat free. But you can easily add oil if you want to increase…

1 vote
Bacon Cream Steamed Green Beans

Bacon Cream Steamed Green Beans by "Cheffie Cooks"

Flavorful with almost any meat entrée, easy and quick side dish.

1 vote
Beet Relish

Beet Relish by Therese

An accompaniment served along with hot or cold ham on Easter.

1 vote
Real Time Lime Sauce

Real Time Lime Sauce by Back To The Future

True limes are native to India and Asia what we call, " key lime". This sauce may be used to grill, marinate or put over chicken to bake.

1 vote
Gastronomia Italiana Style Bean Salad (sardinian)

Gastronomia Italiana Style Bean Salad (sardinian) by FromScratch Sarah

I cannot find the type of bean used in the actual salad, here in the states.Ive tried to replicate this dish the best I can from memory,I think its pretty close! please let me know if you have an actual itaian recipe for this salad,know the name of the bean used,and where to get the bean! Thanks! Also I believe this is the same dish…

2 votes
Red Pepper Harissa

Red Pepper Harissa by Robyn Savoie

Harissa is spicy condiment from Tunisia. It’s loaded with flavor, but very low in fat and calories, making it a perfect accompaniment to healthful meals.

1 vote
Walnut Balsamic Vinaigrette

Walnut Balsamic Vinaigrette by Hungry In The Rockies

1 vote
Patty Pan Salad

Patty Pan Salad by Lisa Faley

One of the wonderful things for me about eating raw food is that if you are used to eating these foods cooked….the texture is such a nice surprise! Even better – the nutrients and goodness are all left intact. Awesome! Try this out, you are sure to love it! My kids (6 and 8 years old) gobbled it up!

1 vote