I love greek salad and this satisfies my craving for it. Tastes just like the original
This recipe was developed after learning and experimenting with a technique called: Supreme. v. to remove the skin, pith, membranes, and seeds of a citrus fruit and separate its wedges. Also as noun, a wedge of citrus fruit. (in French it is Suprême). The ingredients are Cilantro, Oranges, Salad,Mint,Olives and Grapefruit.
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This sauce can be used as a salsa, soup, or salad dressing as well.
I've really been craving my mother's tuna noodle casserole lately (my childhood fave), and figured I could make something at least somewhat similar. This recipe was really pretty easy and didn't even take as long to make the real thing! All I used was a blender (blendtec) and the Joyce Chen spiral slicer set on wider setting (the opposite of the angel hair like pasta setting). You could even make the "noodles" using a plain old veggie peeler. You can also substitute mushrooms for the cubed zucchini in this recipe, and the sauce could be used all by itself as a dip! I will say, I never really measure anything and I feel this recipe should be made to each persons taste. Hope you enjoy!