You don’t like condiments. You can’t handle spicy things. You wish cilantro would go to a dark place and never crawl out. Tell us what ingredients you *do* like, and we’ll tell you what recipes you should try.

Above all, keep an open mind and always feel free to make substitutions to suit your taste.

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Not happy with your results? Here are the recipes we included in the quiz, so you can pick and choose for yourself. Because you are a choosy eater, after all.

Oven-Baked Chicken Tenders With Pineapple-Apricot Salsa. If you eat meat, breaded chicken is hard to beat. We love the salsa, but you might also try it with a simple side of ketchup or barbecue sauce.

Killer Tofu. The cooking method and ketchup-barbecue sauce are enough to make even a devout tofu-hater come around. (We hope.)

Green Salad With Pears, Pecans and Blue Cheese. A basic green salad and an easy homemade dressing are good things to know how to make. If you don’t like blue cheese, try feta, soft goat cheese, dollops of ricotta or, really, any cheese that you do like. (You can also, of course, leave it out altogether.) Likewise, swap the types of nuts or use pumpkin seeds if allergies are a concern.

Dorothy Sietsema’s Goulash. Fit for a crowd (or for leftovers), this comforting casserole has canned tomatoes, macaroni, lean ground beef and an optional addition of grated cheddar cheese.

Stir-Fried Shrimp and Scallions. It’s got ketchup, ginger, garlic and scallions. It’s only a little spicy, but reduce the ginger and/or chile flakes if you wish. If you don’t like cilantro, use parsley or mint — or just leave out the herb garnish.

Cauliflower and Cheese Waffles. This is a good way to sneak some vegetables into a typically veg-free dish. Top the waffles with any number of things, such as chipped beef, tomato sauce or sauteed mushrooms.

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