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1  Recipes & Tips / Recipe Swap / Mediterranean Panzanella Salad on: September 17, 2009, 10:17:48 PM
So, summer is coming to an end and maybe you didnít get a chance to take your dream vacation to Europe. You donít have to travel to Greece or Italy to experience the unique flavors of Mediterranean cuisine. You can easily turn an ordinary salad into a Mediterranean-inspired treat by adding ingredients like curry powder, ripe olives and bite-size pieces of pita bread into the mix.

What You Need
1/2 cup KRAFT Ranch Dressing
1/2 tsp.  curry powder
6 oz. POLLY-O Fresh Mozzarella Cheese, drained, chopped
1 cup  sliced peeled cucumbers
1/2 cup small pitted ripe olives
1/4 cup  chopped red onions
3 medium radishes, sliced
1 bag  (10 oz.) torn mixed salad greens
1 pita bread, toasted, cut into bite-size pieces

Make It

Mix dressing and curry powder until well blended.
Combine cheese, cucumbers, olives, onions and radishes in large bowl. Add dressing mixture; mix lightly.
Add greens and pita pieces just before serving; toss to coat.
2  Recipes & Tips / Recipe Swap / Re: B IS FOR BUTTERNUT SQUASH on: September 17, 2009, 09:58:45 PM
I love it! I've been called a picky eater but I really don't think so.. lol! I love the idea and will have to try it. I should write down my A-Z veggies!
3  Global Gourmet / Introduce Yourself / Hello on: September 17, 2009, 09:54:34 PM
Just joined the forums today and I can't wait to see some delish recipes. I'm big on trying new flavors and exotic foods. I'm currently trying to cook more Thai dishes. yummy!
4  Recipes & Tips / Ask Your Question / Re: Defrosting turkey on: September 17, 2009, 09:46:00 PM
Another tip is to change the cold water every 30 minutes. Since your turkey is frozen it's making the cold water even colder which takes longer to defrost.
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