Cooks and grocers define nuts as anything with edible kernels and hard shells. This includes true nuts like chestnuts and acorns, but also things that botanists would class as seeds, like Brazil nuts, or legumes, like peanuts.
Makes six servings, using eggs, baking powder, and seasonings. From Recipe Source.
Calls for eggs, chicken stock, cream, and butter. Four servings, at Recipe Source.
Contains carrots, celery, tomato paste, white wine, herbs, and seasonings. Six servings, at Recipe Source.
Uses possata, milk, lemon juice, herbs, and spices. Two servings, from Recipe Source.
Calls for canellini beans, celery, and onion. From Recipe Source.
Contains chicken broth, sherry, and herbs. May be served hot or cold.
Using chicken stock, celery, and garlic making six servings, from Recipe Source.
Uses peanut butter, flour, celery, and chicken broth making eight servings, from Recipe Source.
Calls for soy sauce, vegetable bouillon, flour, and broth. Makes two servings, from Recipe Source.
Distinctive recipe with soy sauce, herbs, and spice. From Texas Cooking.
Uses chicken, stock, heavy cream, chilies, and onion. Six servings, from Recipe Source.
Combines apple juice, vegetable bouillon, tamari, and celery. Six servings, at Recipe Source.
Contains semi-sweet chocolate, sugar, egg yolks, and liqueur. May be served to four either hot or cold, from Recipe Source.
Made from red pepper flakes, butternut squash, potatoes, and lemon juice. Makes six servings, from Recipe Source.
Includes a short list of ingredients and made with chicken stock. Serves four, from Recipe Source.
Calls for scallions and chicken broth. Serving six, at Recipe Source.
Made from shallots, leeks, fennel, and brown sugar. Six servings, from Recipe Source.
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