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"This traditional Chinese cake is so moist and indulgent. You can substitute adzuki beans with mung beans, lotus seeds, chestnuts, mixed nuts, dried fruits, etc. Once cool, these are ready to be served or wrapped as gift. They will be even more moist if y
This is quick, delicious and healthy. Also very inexpensive. Great served over brown rice, a dash of tahini sauce and sliced cucumber or avocado or just by itself.
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This isn't quite a stew, a chili, or a ratouille, yet it reminds me a bit of each. You'll just have to try it for yourself and see what you think. Whatever you want to call it, we call it tasty. Can be served as a side dish as well, but we like it on it's
"This delicious, easy to make recipe is great as a side dish, or as a main dish served over short grain brown and wild rice."
"This absolutely delicious soup was created to help use up the Adzuki beans, wild rice, and sweet potatoes in my pantry. I decided to use the sweet potato instead of regular potatoes, and was delightfully surprised by the wonderful flavor blend it created
I've just discovered adzuki beans, and if you've never tried them, I strongly recommend them ! They are highly nutritious, and contain 25% protein, one of the highest ratios among beans. This spicy soup is a lovely way in which to make their acquaintance.
"Delicious and tropical. Loosely based on the Kashi Black Bean Mango frozen dinner. Serve with forbidden (black) rice and steamed broccoli."
I found this on a diabetic website while searching for recipes I can share with my patients. I haven't tried it yet. Diabetic or not, it sounds different and really good.
"Zucchini parm, mmmmmmm."