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Chile Rellenos

Chile Rellenos by Unorthodox Epicure

Chile Rellenos are traditionally cooked in a light, airy batter. While that is a delicious method, Panko provides more contrast in consistency — and seems to absorb less oil.

1 vote
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The Best Chile Rellenos Ever

The Best Chile Rellenos Ever by Mihir Shah

I love chile rellenos and this is a spectacular recipe - I use a little less cheese than you'll probably get in a restaurant, but it "feels" better that way. Feel free to add more cheese (or use different kinds of cheese). Enjoy!

5 votes
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Honey and Sea Salt Plantains

Honey and Sea Salt Plantains by Sean Kervin

The humble plantain seems to be one of the most misunderstood fruits in the grocery aisle. Most people pass over these green bananas in favor of their more popular yellow cousins, yet they are wonderful to cook with. Treat them just like a potato and boil, fry, or mash them for a slightly unique experience. This recipe is very…

3 votes
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Onion Bahjis

Onion Bahjis by Nina Timm

Who can say no to this delightfully easy and delicious Indian Snack!

2 votes
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Shrimp Scampi with Angel Hair Pasta

Shrimp Scampi with Angel Hair Pasta by Patricia Stagich

This is a spin off of the Cheesecake Factory's recipe!

3 votes
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Kala Jamun

Kala Jamun by vidhya

Kala Jamun are dark colored (almost black) gulab jamuns made from paneer and khoya and then deep fried and coated with sugar syrup. Khoya is similar to Ricotta cheese, is commonly used to prepare many sweets and in some vegetable gravies. The major differences between Gulab Jamuns other than the appearance is the inclusion of Khoya…

1 vote
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Harusame Salad

Harusame Salad by Suzi

Years ago my daughter lived in Hollywood, FL near the beach and we'd go to this Japanese restaurant off of Harrison Street. I can't recall the name of the restaurant but I do recall their Harusame Salad. Crispy fried rice sticks with purple cabbage, carrots, scallions and bean sprouts. The dressing was a Kimchi sauce. I have…

3 votes
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Aamras Puri

Aamras Puri by pshinde2109

Aamras Puri is very demanding in Maharashtra.Summer occasions are celebrated with Aamras and puri or puran poli.Alphonso mango is very special from Maharashtra and is used for Aamras.

1 vote
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MOONG DAL SPLIT VADA

MOONG DAL SPLIT VADA by Kokila Karthikeyan

1 vote
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Vegetable Kabab Recipe

Vegetable Kabab Recipe by Jasper Sone

Vegetable Kabab is a south Indian appetizer recipe. This vegetable kabab is prepared by frying the kabab balls made with a fine paste of black grams mixed with other ingredients. Vegetable kabab are good alternative for those who like kababs but cant eat non-veg. see how to prepare the vegetable kababs.

1 vote
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Plantain Cutlet

Plantain Cutlet by Moms Times

A crispy and healthy snack for tea time

1 vote
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Bonda (Fried Savoury Potato Balls)

Bonda (Fried Savoury Potato Balls) by Navaneetham Krishnan

Aromatic and spicy potato filling; dipped/coated with gram flour mixture and fried in oil.

1 vote
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Sweet Apple Crepes

Sweet Apple Crepes by Kelsey Martin

2 votes
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Cheese balls!

Cheese balls! by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Today I share one of the “Doña Anadina’s” (my sous chef’s mother) golden recipes. She’s one of my most faithful and constant advisors in the kitchen. Doña Anadina is a master of the flour and dough and even knowing this, I should say that she outdid herself this time. The “little chefs” (and me, I cannot deny it) took good care…

2 votes
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Fried Dry Land Fish (Morel Mushroom)

Fried Dry Land Fish (Morel Mushroom) by Vanessa

Dry Land Fish (or morels) is an edible mushroom that grows in the woods. The location and season may vary, but it is a spring favorite in most states from April to late May. They're found just about all over the world except in extremely dry areas or along the coast lines. The thickest places it grows is in the areas of the great…

1 vote
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