Recipes From Cuisine: European

Slow Cooker Vegetable Soup

Slow Cooker Vegetable Soup


Slow cookers are great for people with limited cooking experience or limited time. In many cases, all you need to do is add all ingredients to the cooker, cover, and set the temperature for low or high cooking. There is no stirring, little or no sticking, and slow cookers with ...

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Homemade Sugar Cookies

Sugar Cookies with Royal Icing

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Sugar Cookies with Royal Icing are crisp, thin cookies with about 75 calories per cookies and virtually no sodium when using unsalted butter. You can make and enjoy them plain or frosted. Nutrition information is for frosted cookies. Subtract 10 calories per cookie for unfrosted cookies. Royal Icing dries candy ...

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Homemade Stuffed Mushrooms Florentine

Stuffed Mushrooms Florentine


Stuffed Mushrooms Florentine is low calorie, gluten-free, recipe that you can make using fresh or leftover spinach. It has between 90 and 115 calories and 100 to 120 mg of sodium per serving. Use a food processor to reduce prep time. Enjoy these mushroom for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Cook’s ...

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Homemade Red Lentil Soup

Creamy Red Lentil Soup

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There are many varieties of lentils. Lentils are are high in fiber, a good source of protein, and low calorie. Brown lentils retain their shape when cooked, red lentils have their husks removed and a shorter cooking time. The result is a colorful, ultra creamy high fiber, low fat soup ...

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Homemade Pickled Eggs

Pickled Eggs

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This recipe for Pickled Eggs uses the liquid from pickled red beets to pickle hard boiled eggs. The number of eggs you can pickle will vary depending on the amount of liquid reserved from pickling beets. Cook’s Tip To color egg shells instead of using artificial food colors, carefully placed ...

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Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs

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Deviled Eggs are as old as the Roman Empire, easy to make, and one of the most popular appetizers in the United States. You can double or halve this recipe. Adjust mayonnaise, mustard, relish and seasoning to taste and desired consistency. Cook’s Tip For a creamy, smooth filling, use a ...

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Cream Puffs

Cream Puffs and Eclairs


Cream puffs and eclairs are a rich, elegant desert that’s relatively simple to make. The shells are made with flour, water, butter or full-fat margarine and eggs. Do not use reduced fat margarines or butter spreads. Fat content of butter or margarine must be at least 80 percent. The filling can be a ...

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Homemade Baked Custard

Baked Custard


This Baked Custard recipe is so simple a child can make it with adult supervision when adding the hot water for the water bath. I make this easy recipe using an 8-cup measuring cup. The custard goes directly from mixing bowl to ramekins without the need for a ladle. How ...

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Peach Crisp

Apple or Peach Crisp


Apple and Peach Crisps are a popular American and British dessert that’s a simpler, healthier alternate to apple and peach pie. Cook’s Tip For individual crisps, divide filling between 9 6-oz. ramekins or custard cups, distribute topping and bake. Nutrition information Nutrition information is for a peach crisp. Add about ...

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Quinoa Stuffed Mushrooms

Quinoa Stuffed Mushrooms


Quinoa stuffed mushrooms are a high fiber, low calorie, low sodium recipe that’s also gluten free. While quinoa is pitched to Americans as a whole grain or ancient grain, quinoa is actually a seed grown in South America. Stuffed mushroom are perfect for appetizers or vegetable side dish. You can also ...

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