Delicious Deep Fried Crab Meat Balls

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Let's make an appetizer with crab meat. It's also a perfect candidate for a cocktail party. Serve it piping hot with your favorite dip. For best results, keep the raw meatballs chilled in a refrigerator and deep fry them right before serving. Vegetarians can substitute crab meat with combined potato and cauliflower mash. I prefer to serve these meatballs with honey mustard sauce. Use canola or peanut oil and fry them on a medium-high flame to get the best flavor. If you do not like deep-fried food, go ahead with the baking process. Without any fail, make extra servings of this appetizer as it's going to vanish from the platter in no time. Let's quickly make these meaty, fulfilling, and flavorful balls, right now!
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Grilled Five-Spice Chicken Wings

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The following chicken wings recipe is a quick and easy preparation one can make any time of the day. We've used Chinese five spice powder though you're free to use the local variant of the same. If a grill is not available, pan-fry these wings on a medium flame. Though chicken breast can also be used with the same seasoning, I'll strongly recommend sticking with the wings to get the best possible authentic flavor. It can be served both as a starter and as a main course entry. One can also add cayenne pepper to add a bit more fire in the flavor. If you're going to char-grill them, nothing can be better than that. You can serve these wings with your preferred dip or sauce. Let's quickly make these hot chicken wings.
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Delicious Lamb Chops with Creamy Peanut Sauce

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It's time to a cook lamb chops served with creamy Thai peanut sauce. Nothing tastes as good as properly cooked tender lamb meat. If you prefer to use your very own local dip, feel free to replace it with peanut sauce. I've kept the chops' flavor mild which can be moderated as per your taste. These chops are pan-seared which can be changed to grilled version too. If you're using white meat like chicken legs, pay attention to the cooking time to get the best results. You can also use boneless lamb meat instead of using chops. To make the serving a bit spicy, you can add few chili flakes to the peanut sauce. So here we go to make these lip smacking lamb chops served with equally tasty Thai peanut sauce.
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Spicy Quail with Black Pepper Sauce

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I often make quail in different forms with unique combinations of seasoning ingredients. This one is extremely spicy and tastes great. Serve this delicious quail preparation with simple fried rice and flatbread. The black pepper sauce used in this recipe can be used for chicken too. To get the best results and the desired flavor, do not change the proportions of the sauce ingredients. If prepared in excess, you can keep this recipe in refrigerated form for up to 2 days. Just before serving, squeeze a generous amount of lime juice on top. You can also make the oil-free baked version of this mouthwatering recipe. Let's get started and quickly make this fulfilling and flavorful quail recipe in a few simple steps.
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Delicious Lemon Tart Recipe

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It's time to dig in a lemony sweet delight you're going to love to the core. Tarts are popular all over the globe and nowadays there are literally countless ways to make this mouth-watering dessert. Lemon tart is quite easy-to-make and requires few ingredients. The quantity of lime juice and lemon zest can be moderated as per your preference. Although this tart is served at the room temperature, I prefer the overnight refrigerated version. If you like, you can dust these delicious pastries with icing sugar though I love to present the plain version. You can also use this recipe to make orange tart replacing lemon with orange. So, here we go to make this awesome lemon tart recipe in a few simple steps.
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Bok Choy, Broccoli, and Mushroom Clear Soup

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Vegetable clear soup is one of the healthiest options to rejuvenate your digestive tract. For the soup base, you can either go for light vegetable stock (preferred) or can opt for low-sodium chicken broth. Bok Choy is mandatory for this soup, so try not to substitute it with something else. But yes, you can definitely opt for a local mushroom variety. Though I love rich and creamy soups, this clear soup is also among my favorites. If you prefer, you can add some sesame oil to the soup to add a bit of sharpness. This is one of the best ways to make your kids eat broccoli which they generally try to avoid. So, let's quickly make this delicious, light, and fulfilling clear soup preparation for our loved ones and friends.
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Roasted Chicken with Sapphire Potatoes and Cherry Tomatoes

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This delicious main course preparation is one of the simplest recipes you can prepare any time of the day. We've used purple sapphire potatoes for this delicious recipe which can be substituted with the regular potatoes if the former variety is not available in your locality. You can make it with fish too. I've kept the seasoning mild which can be moderated, at will. One can also add eggplant and broccoli to this recipe. It goes well with brown rice or cheesy bread. Instead of using whole potatoes, you can dice them before adding to the tray. Use a generous amount of olive oil to get the best results. It's time to make this scrumptious, fulfilling, and an irresistible roasted chicken recipe for our loved ones.
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Pumpkin with Cumin and Curry Leaves Tempering

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I learned this delicious recipe from one of my Indian neighbors and it came out nicely at home. If you're unfamiliar with it, tempering is a common process used in the local cuisine of the Indian subcontinent. It involves heating of ground or whole spices in hot vegetable oil or in clarified butter and then adding it on top of the complete recipe. This adds both aroma and flavor to the recipe. To get the best results, use raw pumpkin with its skin. It's a milder version of the recipe with a hint of sweet flavor. If you prefer a spicy flavor, feel free to make the necessary adjustments. While making the recipe, do not mash the pumpkin pieces. Let's cook this simple yet tasty pumpkin recipe which tastes great with a flatbread.
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Meatball and Macaroni Soup with Carrot and Zucchini

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This wholesome soup is nutritious and fulfilling at the same time. I'm sure your kids are going to love it to the fullest. This soup has ample scope for experimentation. Red meat meatballs are used in this soup but you're free to use white meat. Similarly, feel free to use your favorite pasta variety. Zucchini, carrot, and corn add the required fiber content in the soup. If you want to make the rich and creamy version of this soup, add a generous quantity of cheese. Vegetarians can simply replace meatballs with tofu or cottage cheese. For best results, add parboiled veggies in the simmering soup few minutes before switching off the flame. Let's quickly make this hot and tasty soup for hungry tummies.
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Cheese Blintzes Recipe

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It's time to take care of our sweet tooth by making these delicious crepes stuffed with an equally awesome cheese filling. Although there are different types of filling one can use for this recipe, we'll try to keep the original one. These mouthwatering crepes can be served in two different ways. Either, as it is, immediately after completion or after refrigerating them for a day or two. I prefer the latter option. Feel free to serve these stuffed crepes with lightly caramelized fresh fruits or with a large scoop of your favorite ice cream. The extent to which you cook the crepes can change the texture and flavor of this recipe. So, let's get started and make this fulfilling and creamy dessert for our near ones and fast friends.
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