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Rowena

Member Since 07 Oct 2010
Offline Last Active Oct 21 2013 07:54 AM
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An Unmistakeable Journey > Spiced Nuts

Posted 30 August 2013

For this recipe, I chose sliced almonds and chopped walnuts. However you can take your pick of nuts.

Nutmeg
Star Anise
Cinnamon Sugar
Nuts
1/2 tsp butter

Coat pan with the butter then place nuts and spices (pinch of each) in. Cook on a low heat, stirring frequently so that nuts don't burn. Nuts are done when completely coated and spices stick to nuts....


An Unmistakeable Journey > Seasoned Rice

Posted 30 August 2013

Serves 2-3

1 cup rice
2 cups rice (or however much water to rice ratio your rice calls for.)
Nutmeg
Star Anise
Cinnamon
Salt
Garlic Powder

Prepare rice as directed on package, mixing your spices (pinch of each) in as the rice cooks.

An Unmistakeable Journey > Roasted Veggies - As Per Suggested By Cyclinglady

Posted 30 August 2013

This was a very simple recipe to make, and it doesn't bother me at all.

1 large sweet potato - chopped into large pieces
2 standard size Idaho Potatoes - chopped into large pieces
1 beet - chopped into large pieces
1 handful baby carrots (or 2 whole carrots. You can add more if you like, but I'm not a huge fan of roasted carrots)
Italian Seasoning
Sal...


An Unmistakeable Journey > Just Beet It!

Posted 28 August 2013

So what kid in their right mind is adventurous enough to WANT to try a beet, and if they do, what kid actually likes the weird looking root veggie? Not many are that brave, and I certainly wasn't. I was one of those kids who HATED textures and VERY picky about flavor. If it was bland, I didn't eat it, and if I didn't like the texture, GET IT AWAY! (Not m...


An Unmistakeable Journey > Nomato Sauce Recipe

Posted 28 August 2013

So I found an AMAZING tomato sauce recipe on the Food Network website... And it has NO TOMATOS so I guess it isn't really a tomato sauce but what the hey. Its very basic, but delicious. This is what it is as a FN forum member wrote it... (Well I paraphrased the instructions but shh)

6 carrots peeled and diced
1 small beet peeled and diced
1 large onion...