This is a kind of "open pie".
This is an easier, faster-to-make and maybe even cheaper alternative to the recipe for date squares. Using three times the dates and no sugar or butter, this would also make for a good breakfast bar.
An excellent recipe, though I prefer the fatty and sweet version.
Date squares are a simple starter recipe which require little knowledge, few tools, few and cheap ingredients and very little bravery.
The payoff is big! This makes a great, sweet, dessert.
Although this is quite thorough, there are subtleties you will need to discover for yourself. I will not be sharing my secrets!
Just a recipe I found on some product or other.
I never tried this.
This is a very unintimidating recipe for an inexperienced baker. The ingredients are very common, simple to work with and healthy. No sugar is added, which I like.
This kind of recipe directly leads into using more fruits and vegetables in baking. I could easily see shredded carrots in a similar recipe.
This is like a good oatmeal, but in cookie form. I've eaten this for breakfast!
My first recipe.
This is a chili-like bean dish, eaten alone. It uses readily available ingredients, only one medium-sized pot, has only two things you need to chop up. It takes a good half an hour to get past the preparation and initial stages, and over an hour for it to cook slowly.
This makes two big bowls.
Very tasty.. tamer than the curry alone, the onions definitely add a flavour. The lentils are still pretty firm. It's an interesting stew of sorts. Of note, there is a sweetness to it which I can't put my finger on. It's probably from either the onions (browned a bit too much -- carmalizes the sugars) or the raisins.
I think this can be eaten with some fresh bread as a meal unto itself. A glass of milk with it would be nice to help tame the spicyness, not that it's very spicy.
This is REALLY good cold!