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Use this on pita bread sandwiches, salads, on top of cream cheese and toasted bagels, almost anything. You may find this mixture in a Middle Eastern market but it won't compare to homemade.
It's just toasted spices (use a cast iron skillet) and then a coffee mill or blender as your spice grinder.
A nice veggie spread or dip. If you can grill the eggplant outdoors on a barbecue, it makes for a nice smoky flavored spread. Otherewise, I oven bake it or microwave the eggplant. This is a smooth, perky tasting starter to any meal, on challah or with crackers.
A half dozen variations and our recipe for Homemade Butter Spread
Make your own!
Lots of rhubarb required
Great with dark greens and broiled shrimp or broiled slivered chicken. A zingy, garlicy, soy and ginger dressing that wakes up a batch of greens. Top with fried noodles, miniature corn, shredded red cabbage, mushrooms and canned mandarins.
Is it us, or does everyone agree that some of the best vinaigrette is the one that comes on your salad at a Greek restaurant? This is a classic, lured out of a Greek restauranteur whose staff makes 80 gallons of this every three days. It stays creamy (but it does not include eggs). The trick is to slowly (how slowly? it should take a long time!) drizzle in the oil. Serve this on chilled salad, a mix of romaine and ice-berg, and a shower of cubed tomatoes, feta, black olives, and dust with oregano and parsley. Mop it up with Greek Restaurant Whole Wheat Bread. I often make this dressing adding in fresh herbs such as basil, parsley, dill. You can also vary it by adding 1/2 small onion, and a chunk of celery or cucumber to the mix. You can also try a half recipe first.
Make this yourself just once and you will never buy it from the store again.
Cheddar - parmesan
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