100 Things to Do with a BananaEndless Simme. How many times has someone spotted excess, overripe or just unused bananas in your kitchen and said, “uh-oh, looks like it’s time to make banana bread!” — as if the only things possible to do with a banana are eat it or turn it into bread?
Well we say “no more.” With no particular offense meant to anyone’s banana bread recipe, we believe the humble banana is in fact as versatile as bacon or eggs, and we’ve got the internets to prove it. Here’s our carefully curated list of 100 Things to Do with a Banana (not including banana bread). Yes, we’ve got plenty of banana breakfasts and banana desserts, but how about some banana curry, banana soup or a banana martini? And don’t worry, there are — of course — a few ways to eat banana with bacon. Click on the photos for full recipes. From Bananas to Apples, 100 things to do with apples: Sponsored Content.
Garlic Dill Refrigerator Pickles. Fresh Garlic Dill Pickles remind me of growing up in south Florida. I was raised in the land of the Jewish deli (oh, how I love a good Jewish deli) where they would always put a dish of of crunchy pickles on the table for munching before your entree arrived. Oh, I love those pickles. So today I decided to make some. I have no idea if the authentic deli pickles are made this way, I just made a quick batch of refrigerator pickles the easiest way I know how. Also the most delicious. Most. Garlic Dill Refrigerator Pickles, Ingredients: Cucumbers, sliced (Use whatever kind you prefer, I like to do a variety but if you get the kind with a coat of wax, be sure to peel it!) Garlic dill refrigerator Pickles, Directions: Add cucumber, onion, and garlic to a large bowl.
And if you're feeling REALLY ambitious maybe you could make some Easy Fried Pickles with the Garlic Dill Refrigerator Pickles!!! Seriously, folks. Ultimate Paleo Sauce Boss Round Up: 50 Tasty Paleo Sauces Stupid Easy Paleo. My new ebook, The Paleo Athlete, is now available ! Dial in your performance, get stronger and improve body composition for any sport with a real food approach. Includes pre- and post-workout nutrition and competition day strategies! You know why Paleo sauces rock? They take the average, the bland and the boring and shake things up. If you’re suffering from BFS (Boring Food Syndrome), I’ve got you covered. I’ve collected FIFTY of the most taste bud teasing recipes for sauces, dressings, dips, mayos, ketchups and more and corralled them all into one convenient post. Scroll through and bookmark some favorites. One key to developing your sauce boss skills…having the right tools.
Immersion blender. And now…the recipes! BBQ Sauces Bacon and Bone Broth BBQ Sauce from Real Food RN Blueberry BBQ Sauce from Low Carb One Day at a Time Peach BBQ Sauce from A Girl Worth Saving Real Food Sweet & Spicy Buffalo Wing Sauce from Real Food Outlaws Spicy Maple BBQ Sauce from Ditch the Wheat Bean-Free Hummus Mayos.
- StumbleUpon. The Cook Abides. Slow Cooked Chicken Fajitas. I told you guys I was becoming re-obsessed with my crock pot. Not to mention re-obsessed with fajitas, but that’s one obsession that will never leave. There’s just something about the smoky delicious meat and caramelized veggies + salsa, guac and sour cream that just does it for me. Not only that but the tortilla? Yes. Please. P.S. I just also feel the need to throw this out there: why oh WHY are there no On the Border restaurants in the Denver area?
The inspiration for this recipe came from Andie’s slow cooked chili steak fajitas and when I couldn’t get them off my mind I knew I had to do something about it. Adapted and inspired by these Slow Cooked Chili Steak Fajitas 1 lb chicken breasts, sliced about 1/2 and inch thin1 whole onion, sliced1 red bell pepper, sliced1/2 cup salsa (yes, I used On the Border salsa…a girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do!) Ah fajitas…it’s like a dinner bell from the homeland!
Sauces, dips. 15 Basic Stir Fry Sauce Recipes. I love a good stir fry and they are a great way to use up odds and ends of meat, vegetable and noodles. And let’s face it, they are a quick and easy dinner solution. Simply cook up some rice or throw in some noodles and it’s a family-pleasing meal. I rarely start with a recipe – just a pile of odds and ends. So it occurred to me recently that what I really needed was a stir-fry sauce “cheat sheet” – a handy reference for the combination of sauce ingredients I need to make different kinds of stir fry to combine with my collection of ingredients. Here I’ve collected 15 great stir-fry sauce recipes that can be printed to keep handy in the kitchen (or bookmarked, if you prefer).
Instructions for all of these recipes … just combine the ingredients in a small bowl, stir well to combine, then add to your stir fry. Lemon Stir-Fry Sauce – Great with seafood stir fries, such as shrimp and/or scallops, as well as chicken. Lemon Stir-Fry Sauce II – nice with chicken and seafood. Tips: Magic Sauce Recipe. I call this the magic sauce recipe. In part, because it makes everything it touches shimmer with deliciousness. It's magic like that. Technically, it's a riff on a chimichurri sauce - one that veered off the rails in a big way. Much tweaking has rendered it a distant second cousin.
If that. In fact, the hallmark of that sauce, parsley, I skip entirely. Let's just start by putting one thing out there. It's as versatile as a black dress. . - More Herb Recipes - - More Paprika Recipes - - More Quick Recipes - 1/2 cup extra-virgin olive oil 1 teaspoon fresh rosemary leaves 1 teaspoon fresh thyme leaves 1 teaspoon fresh oregano leaves 2 teaspoons sweet paprika 2 medium cloves of garlic, smashed into a paste 1 well-crumbled bay leaf pinch of red pepper flakes 1/4 teaspoon + fine grain sea salt 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice Gently warm the olive oil over medium-low heat in a skillet or pan, until it is just hot.
Stir the paprika, garlic, bay leaf, red pepper flakes, and salt into the oil. Top 10 Awesome Dips.
Vegetables. Pumpkin bread and 18 other pumpkin recipes you must make now. Pumpkin bread is just the beginningPumpkin bread, pumpkin pancakes, pumpkin pie ... we could go on and on. We pulled together some of our favorite pumpkin recipes to help you get ready for fall: (Los Angeles Times) By Rene Lynch October 1, 2013, 10:34 a.m. Pumpkin bread is hot! The weather might still say summer on some days, but cooler winds are indicating a turn of the calendar and fall mode. To slake that pumpkin thirst, we scoured the L.A. PHOTOS: 19 pumpkin recipes you need to make right NOW We've got favorites like a spiced pumpkin bread with walnuts and currants, as well as a pumpkin bread baked up fresh at the Monastery of the Angels in Hollywood that you might call downright heavenly.
We've also got a pumpkin soup that you can serve in tiny roasted gourds (beat that, Martha Stewart!) What's your favorite way to enjoy pumpkin? PHOTOS: 11 brownies and bar cookies PHOTOS: Food mash-ups: 11 crazy hybrids PHOTOS: Ready, set, hike: 21 great make-ahead recipes for game day. Glut-ilicious. Foodie Crush: Fall Apples. Anyone lucky enough to go apple picking yet? I moved to Arizona about 6 months ago, so if anyone has any tips on where to go- please let me know!! So far, Arizona is still in the 90s, but I am wishing for some Fall- and to eat some great apple recipes... 1- Mini Caramel Apples W Twigs- They are mini so you do not eat a whole one, but I think I will eat a ton of these cuties. 2- Maple Cinnamon Apple Chips 3- Caramel Apple Martini- I cannot enjoy this drink right now, but have one for me!
4- Cider in Apple Cups- Love the apple cup idea 5- Goat Cheese Caramelized Rosemary Apples- An easy crostini for entertaining 6- Snow White Candied Apples - Looks so good, I would take the poison risk!
15 Minutes to Fame - Gnocchi for Beginners. And for Braggarts. May 19th, 2009 I just don’t know where to start. Sometimes a proper introduction to a recipe is so far out of reach & the spark just won’t catch – not so today. Too many options, which one to choose? I could tell you about bad timing. First things first, and most importantly: These gnocchi are heaven in a bowl… velvet-like cushions to your bite… a revelation to your tongue… I could go on and on and on.
This is why I chose this recipe for a little cooking get-together in our kitchen two weeks ago, my ulterior motive: could I convince my friend Ulrike to take home this recipe and give it a shot herself? Armed with a new serving of confidence I called my friend Hande in Rome the other day. Meanwhile she and her husband not only called to report back – Hande was totally delighted with her gnocchi results and couldn’t stop raving – she made them in less then 10 (!) Now what about bad timing? Quick Ricotta gnocchi Recipe source: own creation, inspired by many others Prep time: ~15 minutes.
Peas and Crayons: Irish Nachos. One of the few things that can rival my love of veggies, is my love of cheese. If it came down to choosing between 6-pack abs and a daily serving [or three] of cheese, I'd choose the cheese. Hands-down. End of story. Actually I'm fairly certain this is why I don't currently rock a 6-pack. Crap. I work out. This is clearly the worst intro in the history of blogging. Irish Nachos [easily serves one, two, or an entire herd of hungry hungry hippos!] What's in it? T-rex chefs add some shredded chicken or pork and have at it vegansaurus chefs skip the cheese or add some daiya instead -- this dish is easily veganized and oh-so flavorful either way.
Toppings cheese [I grated two cheddar/mozzarella string cheeses] fresh or pickled jalapeno peppers greek yogurt guacamole ranch salsa tomatoes black beans black olives chopped green onion bell peppers or sweet mini peppers dried parsley, red pepper flakes, salt and pepper, to taste ok that's cool and all... but how do I make it?! Set your oven to BROIL on high. Spicy Popcorn | Bake Your Day. Friday, January 17, 2014 Spicy Popcorn There are only a few things I love more than my multiple-night-per-week helping of popcorn – and that’s reader comments that give me amazing ideas to spice up my popcorn – literally. This month I was featured in our local magazine in an article talking about food bloggers. The magazine featured my Cilantro-Lime Popcorn.
I received some comments and emails after that feature and one included an idea for spicy popcorn…I immediately fell in love. When it really comes down to it, I am a butter-and-salt kind of girl but every now and then, a little spicy is right up my alley. I was thinking that this might be as good a time as ever to share it too because this treat will make the perfect football food. Or maybe you are like me and not so concerned with football, but will eat a bowl of this stuff while watching the latest episode of Parenthood or Nashville.
Crockpot Recipes. Favorite Recipes from 2011. Can you believe 2011 is almost over? Where did the year go? 2011 was a pretty great year, especially for this little blog of mine. Over the last 12 months, we have picked up lots of new friends along the way. And let me tell you–you guys are not afraid to tell me when you HATE a recipe or when you LOVE a recipe. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.No Bake Nutter Butter Nutella Pie–this pie is amazing.
Hope you all had a great year! Trackbacks/Pingbacks Pingback: Favorite Recipes from 2011 « Capppo Leave a Comment. Food Pyramid Submissions. Healthy recipies. Gluten-free Blueberry Coffee Cake. Gluten-free Blueberry Coffee Cake Gluten-free coffee cake? Yes, make that a gluten free blueberry coffee cake—and guess what?
It’s really good, soft and moist, the streusel is crumbly but not dry and you will never know it’s gluten free. I think the days of sandy or super gummy gluten-free desserts are gone. There are so many easy to find gluten-free flours you can work with beyond just gluten-free all purpose flour that you can mix and match to yield a tender crumb. For this recipe I used a combination of gluten-free flour, almond flour and coconut flour — all flours that are relatively easy to find in the health food section of most grocery stores. Now how truly good was this? See why I didn’t tell him it was GF? Printthis recipe Saveto recipe box Ingredients: Streusel crumble Directions: Preparation: Heat oven to 350 degrees and line 9x9 pan with parchment and cover with gluten-free bake spray. To make streusel: To make cake batter: Leave a Comment. Foods for Longer and Healthier Life. Most favorited all-time. Most gawked all-time - page 2.
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