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Sweet and Sour Couscous-Stuffed Peppers Recipe. Directions Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F.

Sweet and Sour Couscous-Stuffed Peppers Recipe

Pulse the carrots, celery and shallots in a food processor until coarsely chopped. Heat 1 tablespoon of the olive oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium high. Add the chopped vegetables and cook, stirring frequently, until light golden and soft, 8 to 10 minutes. (Add a splash of water if the mixture begins to stick.) Meanwhile, toss the pepper halves with the remaining 1/2 tablespoon oil in a microwave-safe bowl. Stir the couscous into the beef mixture. Carefully transfer the peppers to the baking dish cut-side up and fill each pepper with the couscous mixture. From Food Network Kitchens. Apple-Honey Drumsticks Recipe. Asian Turkey Burgers Recipe. Directions Put the bulgur in a medium bowl and add the boiling water.

Asian Turkey Burgers Recipe

Cover with plastic wrap and let stand until the bulgur is tender, 45 minutes to 1 hour. Meanwhile, in a medium bowl whisk the vinegar and sugar with a generous seasoning of salt and pepper until dissolved. Add the cucumber and onion, toss well and set aside to marinate for about 30 minutes. In a separate small bowl combine the yogurt and chili garlic sauce. Drain the bulgur and put into a large bowl. Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium heat until very hot.

Drain the pickled vegetables and toss with the whole cilantro. Copyright 2010 Television Food Network, G.P. Nutritional analysis per serving Calories 186; Total Fat 4 g (Sat Fat 0.4g, Mono Fat 0.7g, Poly Fat 1.5g) ; Protein 18g; Carb 23g; Fiber 3g; Cholesterol 23mg; Sodium 421mg We lightened these burgers by cutting back on the meat and adding some texture with bulgur. From Food Network Kitchens. Thai Fried Rice Recipe. Classic Thai Fried Rice Wanderlust- a strong desire to wander, to travel and to explore the world.

Thai Fried Rice Recipe

I’ve got the bug… and a killer “vintage ASP” Thai Fried Rice Recipe for you today, pulled out of the shadows for new friends. Early on, I felt a strong yearning to learn, and explore. I had a need to be a part of something bigger than myself. This desire was subdued by traveling every summer, to some far away place with other teens ridden by wanderlust and passion. One of my favorite trips was to Thailand. The small hotel we lived in most of the summer sat on a bustling side-street in Bangkok, and had all the charm (and roaches) a developing nation can offer. I have spent a substantial amount of time learning how to make fried rice and trying to recreate this Thai fried rice recipe from memory.

Although I never make fried rice for breakfast, I always secretly hope there will be leftovers in the morning! This fried rice recipe is very quick and easy to prepare. How to make fried rice: Print Save. Hawaiian-Style Hot Dogs with Fresh Mango Salsa and Pineapple Mustard. Hawaiian Hot Dogs with Mango Salsa and Pineapple Mustard Today it’s all about the dogs.

Hawaiian-Style Hot Dogs with Fresh Mango Salsa and Pineapple Mustard

Hawaiian-Style Hot Dogs, that is, with fresh spicy mango salsa and zippy pineapple mustard. It’s fun on a bun! Summertime is a great time to “Go Hawaiian.” Even if you can’t jump on a plane and head to the islands, you can still have Hawaiian-style fun in your own backyard. When you think of Hawaii, maybe hot dogs aren’t the first thing that come to mind. Every time we’ve made the long haul to paradise, we hop off the plane and head straight to Puka Dog. It’s been months since our last trip to Kauai, and I’ve been hurtin‘ for a Puka Dog, so today I decided to make my own. You won’t see this Hawaiian-style hot dog recipe on any menu, but it is inspired by the Hawaiian method of piling tropical flavors on the dog. I grilled my buns and polish sausage links, then made a fresh spicy mango salsa and Hawaiian-style sweet pineapple mustard for the top. Hawaiian Ahi Poke Date with Fate Smoothies and… Print Save.