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In the ancestry of this recipe are a Nigella Lawson dish and a Leanne Brown dish, combined because I really needed to use up both sets of ingredients.

Diet and accessibility notes )

What you need and what you do with it )
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The Turkish grocery on my street is having the most delicious vine-ripened tomatoes this year and I've been working my way happily through all the tomato recipes in my repertoire lately. I've been doing this one for years already and was quite pleased to see almost the same recipe on Kalyn's Kitchen the other day.

Pasta in a Greek style no-cook tomato sauce )

Bon Appetit!
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This is actually rather simple for a cook with any experience, but the results are spectacular. Recipe serves between 2 heavy appetites to 4 light ones (or with side dishes).

Shrimp, pasta, and a simple sauce )
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So I just made eggplant parmesan for my roommates and remembered how tasty my recipe is (I have yet to have someone not love it) and how healthy it is for eggplant parmesan, so I thought I'd post it here. I think it's modified from something I read in a cookbook once, and I'm trying to guess my measurements, since I just throw things together, but here goes:
[also, I didn't list as such, but this would be easy to make vegan, dairy-free or gluten-free]

eggplant paremsan )
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This is a yummy and pretty easy recipe for making tomato sauce. It's much better than jarred sauces! I put it on pasta, but I suppose you could use it for anything else that needs tomato sauce as well. The recipe comes from my mom. :)

Also, if anyone has any tips for how to minimize splatter from sauce while it's cooking, it'd be appreciated! That's the most annoying part about making this. ;)

Ingredients, Materials, and Recipe )
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I am the world's laziest cook, pretty much; 30 Minute Meals is too much time for me unless 20 minutes of it is something cooking in the oven. (Actual cook time is not so much of an issue, since roasted veggies may take an hour in the oven but there's almost no prep, but low required maintenance is important for anything that takes a long time.)

I do not know a lot of techniques, and while I'm not a vegetarian I rarely cook anything that used to walk, swim, or fly unless someone else has done all the work of trimming it. However, I was raised by parents who know how to cook, one of whom is a master of improv, so I have decent instincts for screwing around in the kitchen.

My dinner tonight was improvised with guidance from this recipe (found via Google). What I actually used is in parentheses throughout the directions.

tasty sauce )

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