Top Rated Bánh Xèo Recipes

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anon-nt9m0bju1nk1@base.google.com (Recipe Binder)
Nice cookie recipe from cooks.com, although I think that I can improve them slightly, for instance using baking soda instead of baking powder, and a little more oatmeal, and no vanilla. I will post the results next time I try them.
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Maito
These are excellent and rival anything you would get at a Vietnamese sandwich shop. If you use sourdough for the baguette, it gives it a nice tang. Feel free to use meat leftover from another meal, especially one that contained Asian flavors. Thanks to Mersaydees for putting this recipe in her best of 2008 cookbook!
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Mai Pham, Lemon Grass, Sacramento, California, Sunset JULY 2010
Mai Pham, chef and owner of Lemon Grass restaurant in Sacramento, California, gave us this recipe for a classic Saigon street snack. Use the cool lettuces and aromatic herbs in the table salad to wrap around pieces of hot crêpe, and then dip the bundle into Vietnamese Dipping Sauce.
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ColCadsMom
I found this recipe on an old newspaper archive from Portsmouth, NH. I am posting it for a menu for Australia Day/Waitangi Day.
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wynnebaer
Since chocolate and coffee is my favorite flavor combo, these are one of my favorite cookies...From Tamworth Inn in Tamworth, N.H.
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wynnebaer
Since chocolate and coffee is my favorite flavor combo, these are one of my favorite cookies...From Tamworth Inn in Tamworth, N.H.
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MA HIKER
From the folks at Stonyfield Farms yogurt in NH (the best yogurt in the US!) - a healthy version of a rich pasta dish.
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ratherbeswimmin'
From the Corner House in Center Sandwich, NH. You will need 6 four-ounce ramekins.
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Lorac
An easy addition to breakfast, lunch or dinner. You can "kick it up" with hot sauce or peppers. From the Candlelite Inn in Bradford, NH.
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Chef #249610
Evonne is from NH. The first time I tried this bread was about 3 yrs ago. I don't know where she got the recipe.
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Denise in NH
A nice soup to warm you up on a damp, rainy evening or like here in NH, on a cold snowy evening! Good served with warm cornbread.
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