Top Rated Marjoram Recipes

Citrus and Herb Stuffed Turkey Breast
For a fresh take on Thanksgiving turkey, try a turkey roulade. Lemon and orange zest, mixed in with fresh herbs like rosemary, tarragon, marjoram, sage, and parsley, bring bright flavors to the holiday meal. Food Network star Robert Irvine and Gold’s Gym have teamed up for Trim the Fat Friday: offering healthy alternatives to traditional recipes and opening up Gold’s Gym locations nationwide for FREE on Friday, November 28, inviting people to come in and work off their Thanksgiving meal. Click Here to See More Thanksgiving Recipes
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Pumpkin Chowder Recipe
Pumpkin Chowder Recipe from Ricky Eisen, President and Founder of Between the Bread, Manhattan’s premier café and corporate catering company for more than 35 years. Click Here To See More Chowder Recipes
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After trying this gremolata made from toasted almonds, onions, green peppers, and stewed tomatoes, you'll never think of eating a light, white fish another way again. 
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This is one of my daughter's favorite soups, and once you try it, it'll be yours, too. Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.
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The base of this nourishing soup is made from lots of fresh, ripe tomatoes, which are an excellent source of lycopene, vitamin C, and potassium. Smoked tempeh and paprika add a smoky-sweet flavor to the soup, while white cannellini beans add protein and fiber. Serve this with Vegan Divas cornbread .
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Pork in Beet Mole
A twist on a classic Mexican mole sauce; beet-based mole sauce brightens up rich, boiled pork, this recipe comes from Mexico: The Cookbook by Margarita Carrillo Arronte. Check out the Day of the Dead Party at Café el Presidente in New York City for a copy of the book. Click Here to See More Beets Recipes
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Make restaurant-quality filet with this peppery, mustard marinade. Served alongside a mushroom ragù and drizzled in claret sauce, you'll hardly believe you made this dish at home. 
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Spicy Hungarian Goulash
I love this dish in late fall and winter. It is a great warming dish that is perfect for cold nights. I’ve been eating this for as long as I can remember. The best I’ve ever had was at a German restaurant near where I grew up called the Alpenhof. The restaurant has since closed, but the memory of this soup will remain with me forever. Whenever we ate there my family always started with the goulash. This is my version of this spicy beef stew. Serve it over some buckwheat spätzle for an entrée sized portion. If you’re having more people, then simply double the recipe.
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Stewed Chicken with Apples, Carrots, Honey, and Apple Cider
Stewed chicken comes out moist and falls right off the bone. Serve with rice or mashed potatoes. This recipe comes from Jennifer Abadi at the Too Good to Passover blog. Jennifer Felicia Abadi is the author of A Fistful of Lentils: Syrian-Jewish Recipes From Grandma Fritzie’s Kitchen. Click here to see Tips for Hosting a Rosh Hashanah Dinner.
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Fennel Salad with Thyme Vinaigrette
There’s just something simple about fennel and arugula that makes me feel happy. So, if you’re a fennel fan and you like arugula, too, why not toss in some fresh thyme? Oh yeah, and a little marjoram, too. This salad is a perfect side dish for any meal or can be served as an appetizer. Trust me on this one. She’s a winner.
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Bean and Barley Soup
Onions, celery, and carrots are sautéed together for a traditional mirepoix base, then seasoned with thyme and marjoram to flavor the hearty barley, kidney beans, and waxy potatoes. This is a soup that will warm you through winter, but if you get a craving any other time of year, just throw in some of spring, summer, or autumn’s bounty to easily adapt this classic. This recipe comes to us from Patrice of Circle B Kitchen. See all soup recipes. Click here to see Reinventing Campbell's Soups at Home.
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Farro, Corn, and Runner Bean Salad with Goat Cheese
I'll make this dish on a summer day just to have it at the ready for lunch or dinner or an impromptu get-together. For a gorgeous presentation, I line the edge of a platter with sliced tomatoes and spoon the salad in the center. Click here to see 'Kitchen Garden Cookbook' Offers Help with Growing Produce at Home.
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