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Vegetables And Pork Tenderloin Stir Fried With Udon Noodles

In Main Dish, Pasta, pork on November 7, 2008 at 10:43 pm

This dish is simple and delicious. You can replace the vegetables as you wish, and replace the pork with chicken breast or even beef.

I made this dish with udon noodles only because I had some that I bought a long time in Scotland (from all places…), The noodles were nicer than the regular ones, but still not quite what I`m looking for. All the noodles experts out there- What is the perfect noodle type for stir fry?

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Vegetarian Lasagna

In Cheese, Main Dish, Pasta, Vegetarian on August 10, 2008 at 11:39 pm

This recipe is for all you vegetarians out there… And it is by no means inferior to it’s meaty cousin. The trick to make the vegetarian version as good (and even sometimes better) is to use the right vegetables. So that the texture remains nice and firm.

It might take you a bit of time to roast all the vegetables, but the added taste is second to none. Use the best cheese you can find. In Israel , Ricotta cheese is worth its weight in gold, so i don’t use it as often as i would like, but it makes the best results.

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Tuna Pasta Salad with Green-onion Dressing

In Appetizers, Cheese, Pasta on July 19, 2008 at 2:33 pm

Until recently, I was not too fond of cold pasta salads. The truth is that pasta is better hot and accompanied by a good sauce. This recipe changed all that.

There is something about the green-onion dressing that makes this pasta salad shine. Don’t be alarmed by the radioactive green color of it…it’s a part of the magic.  Just make sure that you make enough of it because the pasta absorbs most of the dressing, and you will need to add some more.

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