View Full Version : What are Your Favorite Alissa Cohen Recipes?
09-25-2007, 12:44 AM
Just wondering which ones out of her "Living on Life Food" are your favorites.
Please include the recipe name, pictures if you have any, and what appeals you most out of these recipes.
09-25-2007, 09:30 AM
Alissa's KIM CHEE!:D
For the simplicity of it, low cal, etc., good calcium.
Bravo to Alissa for such a practical, easy, recipe!
I add some fermented raw hot pepper paste from the Asian market and it's awesome if you like other Kim Chee.
It's not the most decadent recipe, but to me the one I make again and again!
09-25-2007, 09:37 AM
so far as i've only made about 4 things, it's the Onion dip. :D
09-25-2007, 11:00 AM
Strawberry Crepes- yum, a warm breakfast for dinner.
Pesto-stuffed mushrooms- delicious, easy to regulate portion control, wonderful to come home to a dehydrator recipe waiting for me.
Her Thai sauce- over a variety of things.
Lately, I'm totally crazy about the Prince (I forget, Caspian or Nubian) dressing over anything but especially over rice noodles and softened in the dehydrator.
I also like to keep the Italian dressing or the raspberry dressing in the fridge at any given time.
The calzone was a lot of work but out of this world.
09-25-2007, 11:23 AM
The carrot pecan burgers with the curry sauce!! Great.
09-25-2007, 11:29 AM
Oh, also mentioned that after a lot of experimenting, her recipe for Mexican flax crackers is by far my favorite
When I make those, I carrot juice for a couple days in advance and save my pulp to add to that recipe. Also, after I got the crackers spread on the teflex, I liberally squeeze lime juice all over them. Very good, and not dominated by flax.
09-25-2007, 11:32 AM
Enchiladas with the onion dip on top. The whole family loves that one and it is EASY, EASY, EASY.
Had the crepes for breakfast this a.m. - easy, easy, easy and loved by all.
BBQ chikin fingers with honey mustard (xtra honey in that one for me - THANKS SHINE!)
Carrot pecan burgers with curry all the way...
Almond butter balls - like cookie dough
Rye bagels - these are wonderful, I spread them thin and make them into crackers.
09-25-2007, 04:42 PM
Almost Tuna - yah baby! So good, just is a great blen d of flavours and textures; easy to make and lasts in the fridge.
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