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Vegan Spaghetti With Romano Beans New recipes

Vegan Spaghetti With Romano Beans

Trim the beans. If they are the flat and long, cut them into two or three pieces.Fill a large pot one-third with water and bring to a boil. When it boils, add the beans, one of the garlic cloves, one-sixth of the diced tomato, a few basil leaves, some salt, and a splash of oil. Bring to boil, then lower the heat and leave to cook for about 10 minutes.

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Sunny Day Brunch Traditional recipes

Sunny Day Brunch

Spring forward with these simple crowd-pleasers, from sparkling mimosas to honeyed biscuits to creamy, soft-scrambled eggs.Sunny Day Brunch MenuWhat’s spring without a brunch party? We love celebrating this time of year with a mid-morning cocktail and bright, colorful dishes that highlight the season’s best produce.

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Honey Yogurt New recipes

Honey Yogurt

Close Menu IconRecipesHealthyishBasicallyRestaurantsHighly RecommendPodcastVideosShopSubscribe to our newsletterPrivacy and user agreementmakes about 2 cupsAugust 2009Ingredients1 17.6-ounce container whole-milk Greek-style yogurt3 tablespoons honey1/4 teaspoon orange-flower water*Recipe PreparationMix all ingredients in small bowl.

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Lemonade New recipes

Lemonade

Thinking about Cristi, I saw that he is also a fan of lemons and honey, and since we are not missing from the house, I put a lemonade:) Everyone knows that lemon contains a lot of vitamin C, it is extremely healthy, and fresh juice or grated lemon peel added to recipes can reduce or even replace the amount of salt needed to flavor rice, potatoes, salads or cooked vegetables.

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Cake with carrots and almonds New recipes

Cake with carrots and almonds

About half an hour before you start, take the butter out of the fridge. Chop the almonds and chop or grate the carrots. Rub the butter well with the sugar, to make it easier, use a fine sugar. We add eggs one by one, mixing after each one, the lemon peel, and at the end we put the yogurt. Gradually we add the flour, we add salt and the baking powder, stirring until we obtain a homogeneous dough.

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Ham, Kale, and White Bean Soup New recipes

Ham, Kale, and White Bean Soup

How to Make ItStep 1Place beans in a large bowl or container; cover with cold water to 4 inches above beans. Let the beans stand at room temperature overnight; drain.Step 2Bring drained beans and 10 cups water to a boil in a large Dutch oven, skimming surface occasionally. Add 1/4 cup oil, thyme, bay leaves, onion, and ham hocks.

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