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The Friday 5: Real food recipes #20

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Welcome to this twentieth Friday 5, a roundup of Recipes of the Day featured on YayYay’s Kitchen Facebook page in the last week.

Two desserts top this week’s list

Sometimes I just can’t help myself. First it was the mini lime tarts from the French blogger, Madamcadamia, then my own accidental strawberry rhubarb custard pie–a takeoff from another recent Recipe of the Day. I’m still looking forward to trying Karen Raye’s spicy chipotle chilaquiles–all three ways, and planning on taking advantage of the hydrating properties of Katie’s switchel when we spend some time in the desert this summer. Finally, there’s an East Indian dish from Asiya of Yummy Indian Kitchen where we learn to make aloo fry (a vegetable dish) with potatoes and green chilies.

Strawberry rhubarb custard cooling on the rack

Strawberry rhubarb custard pie cooling on the rack

Recipes of the Day from June 3-9, 2016

Most Fridays you’ll find at least five recipes here, maybe six or seven, depending on how the foodie stars aligned. Most are vegetarian, some vegan. Occasionally the Recipe of the Day includes meat or meat stock. YayYay’s is a flexitarian whole-foods kitchen.

Friday: Mini lime tarts by Madam Cadamia of Madamcadamia

Saturday: Accidental strawberry rhubarb custard pie by Yours Truly right here on YayYay’s Kitchen

Sunday: Spicy chipotle chilaquiles (3 Ways!) by Karen Raye of Kitchen Treaty

Tuesday: How to make homemade switchel in one minute by Katie of Healthy Seasonal Recipes

Thursday: Potato fry recipe, how to make aloo fry by Asiya of Yummy Indian Kitchen

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How about you? What tasty recipes did you invent or try this week? As always, I invite you to share what’s simmering on your back burner and to post a link in the comments to a favorite whole grain/whole food recipe you published or discovered this week. Or just share your thoughts about these recipes.

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