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SPANAKOPITA STRUDEL

SPANAKOPITA STRUDEL

The beloved Greek casserole gets an appetizing makeover when it’s rolled into a strudel instead of layered in a pan. Each bite is packed with spinach and tangy cheese wrapped in light, crispy phyllo pastry. YIELD: SERVES 6 2 leeks, white and light green parts thinly...

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Panko-crusted tofu cutlets with lemon-caper sauce

Panko-crusted tofu cutlets with lemon-caper sauce

serves 4 Panko is the name for Japanese bread crumbs. Look for them in well-stocked supermarkets.2 tablespoons tahini (sesame paste) ¼ cup water Salt and freshly ground black pepper 2 cups panko bread crumbs 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, plus additional as...

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Artichoke-hummus wraps with spinach tortillas

Artichoke-hummus wraps with spinach tortillas

serves 4 Hummus wraps are an ideal fast-food lunch idea, made even faster when you have some rich, creamy hummus on hand. Make your own or choose from the wide variety of hummus flavors available in supermarkets. If spinach tortillas are unavailable, regular flour...

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Sauted Cabbage with Fennel Seed

Sauted Cabbage with Fennel Seed

Fennel seed adds a mild licorice undertone to this simple, peasant-style accompaniment. Try this alongside Kasha Pilaf for a good match. SERVES 4 1 tablespoon butter 1 tablespoon oil ВЅ teaspoon fennel seed 6 cups (about 1Вј pounds) finely chopped cabbage Melt the...

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Chilled Green Beans with Sesame Sauce

Chilled Green Beans with Sesame Sauce

These green beans are an excellent choice for a summer picnic. SERVES 4 1 pound green beans 3 tablespoons peanut oil 1 tablespoon tamari or other soy sauce 2 teaspoons Chinese rice vinegar or other vinegar 1 teaspoonВ Asian sesame oilimage Freshly ground pepper to...

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Bulgur Pilaf

Bulgur Pilaf

Tossing and cooking the bulgur with a beaten egg ensures light, fluffy results, and heightens the nutty taste of the bulgur. This pilaf is so tasty that I don't hesitate to serve it with just a steamed vegetable when I want a simple, extra-quick meal. SERVES 4 1 cupВ...

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Brussels Sprouts with Lemon-Soy Glaze

Brussels Sprouts with Lemon-Soy Glaze

This recipe has won over many confirmed Brussels sprouts haters. I find that Brussels sprouts are infinitely more delicious and attractive if they are halved or quartered when cooked. They become more delicate and are more colorful because they expose a...

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Orange Raita

Orange Raita

Raitas are the salad component of an Indian meal. Their cool, refreshing character serves to contrast with the spiciness of many dishes. SERVES 4 TO 6 1 large navel orange 1ВЅ cups plain yogurt ВЅ teaspoon ground cumin Вј teaspoon salt Wash the orange and dry very...

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Orange Lassi

Orange Lassi

Lassi is the popular milkshake drink of India, made with buttermilk or yogurt and thinned with ice. It is served either sweetened, salted, or plain. Here is an interesting sweetened version that is made with orange juice and is served with crushed ice, Indian style....

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