|Recipes from the Indian Spice Trail|
|by Leslie Forbes|
Lamb in Spicy Lentils and Red Pepper Crust, Pumpkin Kedgeree Risotto, Roast Cod with Spiced Coriander Sauce, Orange Cardamom Indian Custard, Choco...
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Mix and pat into ... brown. The middle will not be set but the bars will firm up as they cool. Do not over cook. Cut the bars while warm; let cool in the pan.
In large bowl, ... over cereal mixture; mix until thoroughly coated. ... wax paper. Cool completely. Store in tightly sealed container in cool, dry place.
In bowl mix ranch dressing mix ... pretzels; toss together well. Drizzle oil over top; mix well. Put in a large paper bag for 2 hours, shaking every 30 minutes.
1. Mix together desired portions ... instead of an entire breakfast meal. A great recipe for using up uneaten, small portions of cereals and snack foods.
In a mixing bowl combine fruit, walnuts, coconut and sunflower nuts. Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. Makes 11 (1/4 cup) ...
Mix well. Place in zipper bags for each hiker.
In a large ... mixture onto ungreased foil and let cool completely. Break into pieces and store in tightly covered container. Makes about 6 cups of Trail Mix.
Combine ingredients in large bowl. Can be stored in bowl with lid or in gallon size Ziploc baggies.
Mix and toss all ingredients together.
Mix oats, banana chips, ... butter over mixture; toss until evenly coated. Cook uncovered in 350 degree oven, stirring occasionally for 15 minutes. Cool.
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