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... diced 2 green onions, finely chopped 2 Tbsp lemon juice 1/3 cup olive oil 2 cloves garlic, crushed 1/2 tsp dried tarragon fresh ground black pepper, to taste 1 tsp kosher ...
22. Southwestern Shrimp
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... Tbsp olive oil 2 tsp kosher salt 2 Tbsp chili powder (Hatch green chili powder if you can get it) fresh ground black pepper, to taste 1 Lemon Preparation: Rinse shrimp ...
23. Brazilian Brown Rice
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... packed whole grains into your life, the easy way. Brazilian Brown Rice Ingredients: 2 cups brown rice 2 3/4 cups water 2 large garlic cloves - crushed 1 tbsp olive ...
24. Lebanese Tabouli
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... the delightful combination of olive oil, lemon juice and kosher salt on the tomatoes. All of these elements blend gracefully as an ideal compliment to a savory kibbeh or grilled seafood. Although I never ...
... well as the kids' :-) I need to mention that I went further in terms of healthy cooking, using olive oil instead of butter (3 tablespoons oil instead of 1/4 cup butter), and also had to replace the unsweetened ...
26. Oat Bran Bread
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I used olive oil, almond milk and 3 over-ripe bananas instead of the blueberries b/c I didn't have any! It was delicious and very moist, but I had to bake longer, about ~45-55 minutes. Great recipe and ...
this site is such a wonderful gift! the salad was/is delicious - i added brown rice, cucumbers and subbed gold raisins for the cranberries. also added some olive oil. had chemo/surgeries over the past ...
28. Caldo Verde
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... make Caldo Verde like that... it's a wonderful soup and very easy. Water, potatos, salt, olive oil, kale and garnish with chouriƧo (linguiƧa is not used in Caldo Verde, we eat wiht bread). Caldo Verde ...
These were yummy I subed out the butter for olive oil and the eggs with ground flaxseed to make them vegan and they tasted great!! I always find that I need to add a bit of water when subing the flaxseed ...
This recipe looks great, but I don't have dried plums or coconut oil. Can raisins sub for the plums and olive oil for the coconut oil? ...
This is the second time I made these cookies. This time I added fresh pecans, but I cooked them with olive oil, and I heated fresh cranberries with the pecans, then added them in the mixture. This are ...
... to figure it out. Here goes- without the mix-ins, using olive oil and Agave instead of honey each cookie is 117.19. I added some semisweet chocolate chips and the calories went up 155.58 per cookie. I'll ...
Tried the recipe as printed and they were very tasty. I actually used extra virgin, cold pressed olive oil (only olive oil I keep in the house) and the cookies still tasted very good! I was a little worried ...
These were FANTASTIC! Since I'd just made some homemade applesauce, I used that and just a touch of olive oil. I added a few tbsp of ground flax seeds, dates and walnuts and they are super-fantastic -- ...
just made a double batch of these. I made it with half olive oil and half applesauce and then half honey and half pure maple syrup and on top of that added a few teaspoons of ground flaxseeds walnuts and ...
... cup of fresh ground flaxseed 2 Tbsp of cinnamon, 1/2 tsp nutmeg,allspice,ginger each 5 pitted dates (in place of honey) 1/4 cup canola oil (will try olive oil) 1/2 mashed banana w/ 1/4 cup applesauce 1 ...
... toasted and finely grinded oaks. I also toasted the additional 1 and 1/2 cups of the large oats and kept them whole as you did. Also, since I lowered the olive oil measurement to 1/4 cup and used 1/4 cup ...
I made these cookies yesterday. I used mostly pumpkin and a bit of olive oil for the fat and added cranberries and chocolate chips. they are so yummy! ...
I used 1/4 cup almond meal and 1/4 wheat flour, 1/4 cup olive oil, 1/4 cup honey and 1/2 cup cinnamon applesauce. I also added golden raisins, dried currants and dark chocolate. These were very moist and ...
Nutritional Information (these arent exact, but their close) (I used 1/4 apple sauce and 1/4 olive oil and NO molasses) The total recipe recipe has: 2580 Calories 65g Fat 447g Carbohydrates 67g Protein ...
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