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Roasted Yams and Carrots. Roasted Yams are one of my sister-in-law’s specialties.

Roasted Yams and Carrots

She made them twice over the course of the week our families were together for Thanksgiving. Each time was delicious. They were kind of like Lay’s potato chips: you couldn’t just have one. I was nibbling on those tasty wedges over the course of the entire day. I couldn’t spend Christmas with my family. You should really try this delicious side dish. 40 Amazing Grilled Cheese Sandwich Recipes. A 200 Calorie Skinny English Muffin Asparagus Bake. Aug.17,2010 Posted by The 100 Calorie Girls Skinny English Muffin Asparagus Bake 1/4 Cup Vegetable Broth 1/4 Teaspoon Dijon Mustard Pinch Lemon Pepper Seasoning Pinch Curry Powder Pinch Sea Salt ¼ Cup Vegetable Broth 4 Thin Asparagus Spears, Trimmed ¼ Cup Sweet Bell Peppers, Chopped 1/4 Cup Sugar Snap Pea Pods 1/4 Cup Cherry Tomatoes 1/2 English Muffin 1 Ounce Parmesan or Mozzarella Cheese Fresh Basil Leaves Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

A 200 Calorie Skinny English Muffin Asparagus Bake

In a small bowl whisk together broth, mustard, lemon pepper seasoning, curry powder and salt; set aside. Chicken and Red Wine Sauce Recipe. Food and Whine: Baked Chicken Nuggets with Quinoa. These nuggets are made with ground chicken and cooked quinoa for added nutrition.

Food and Whine: Baked Chicken Nuggets with Quinoa

It’s easy to make them into fun shapes your kids will love. Recipe adapted from Quinoa 365: The Everyday Superfood 1/2 cup water 1/4 cup quinoa 1 lb ground chicken 1 tsp salt 1/2 cup dry breadcrumbs 1/3 cup grated parmesan cheese 1/2 tsp dried thyme 1/2 tsp dried basil 2 egg whites Add water and quinoa into a small saucepan and bring to boil. Reduce heat and simmer covered for 10 minutes. These were pretty good.

Food and Whine: Lazy Cabbage Rolls. This casserole tastes just as good as (if not better than) cabbage rolls without the hassle. 1 1/2 lb ground beef2 medium onions, chopped1 clove garlic, minced1 14 oz can crushed tomatoes1 can water1 can condensed mushroom soup1/2 cup uncooked long grain rice1 tsp salt1/4 tsp pepper1/2 tsp nutmeg1 tsp worchestershire sauce4 cups cabbage, shredded Brown beef, onions, garlic.

Food and Whine: Lazy Cabbage Rolls

Add crushed tomatoes, water, and soup and bring to boil. Add rice, salt, pepper, nutmeg and worchestershire sauce. Reduce heat, cover and simmer for 20 minutes. I didn’t think I really liked cabbage that much, but wow! Food and Whine: Quinoa, Sweet Potato and Chickpea Stew. Figs with Ricotta, Pistachio, and Honey Recipe : Ellie Krieger. Garlic Potato Chips Recipe : Ellie Krieger. White Bean and Roasted Eggplant Hummus Recipe : Giada De Laurentiis. White Chicken Chili - lightened up. Good morning.

White Chicken Chili - lightened up

This is my very first time posting a recipe using WordPress and I’ll be the first to admit it is very very different. I’m using a plug-in of sorts to create the recipe and the printable version, so if anything is off please let me know. New Years is the perfect time to recommit to eating well and this recipe is a healthy and delicious place to start. Lightened-up White Chicken Chili is made by sauteing onions and peppers and then adding raw chicken breasts and water.

By cooking the chicken right in the soup the flavor is full. White chicken chili is one of my all time favorite soups and I know you’ll like it too. by Bless This Mess Prep Time: 10 Cook Time: 30 Ingredients In a large stock pot melt the butter over medium high heat. Cut any extra fat from the chicken breast and discard. When the chicken is cool enough to handle, using two forks, shred the chicken into bite-sized pieces and return to the pot. In a small bowl combine the cornmeal and the milk and mix until smooth. Best Steak Marinade in Existence. The Fig Tree: Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Apples + Cranberries. Hello and happy Thanksgiving weekend to my fellow Canadians!

The Fig Tree: Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Apples + Cranberries

Xo Hope you are all having wonderful celebrations with family and friends. Last night, we had a Thanksgiving dinner at our condo with Jesse’s family. And, as tradition goes, we made too much food and ate way too much. But it was perfect. It was nice to spend time all together and catch up. My favourite side dish to make for Thanksgiving is roasted sweet potatoes with all sorts of yummy additions. This is the perfect special side dish for the holidays. Do you have a tried-and-true recipe that you make everything Thanksgiving? Ingredients 2 tablespoons of canola oil or olive oil1 large sweet potato, peeled and diced into 1/2 inch cubes2 medium apples, peeled an cubed1/2 cup of dried cranberries1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon1/4 teaspoon of ground nutmeg2 tablespoons of firmly packed brown sugar1 cup of pecanssalt to taste Note: you can substitute butternut or acorn squash if you don’t have sweet potatoes on hand.

Method 1. 2. 3. Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch: Skinny Mashed Yams. Skinny mashed yams!

Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch: Skinny Mashed Yams

I received 2 yams the other day in our veggie box that is delivered and I thought hmmm what should I make with these? Then I realized I haven't shared a favorite staple in our house when we have yams. These are amazing, it's really the only way I like yams.. I always thought I hated yams until I realized there was just way to much sugar added to them every time I tried them. I still persisted in hopes that one day I would enjoy yams.

While that day has come and the secret I found was yams are sweet enough with out a bunch of extra sugar if cooked the right way... I didn't even add milk or cream..Total deliciousness...Sometimes at the holiday's I will add a little crunch topping or marshmallows just to make them feel traditional but truth be told we prefer them naked! Peel and chop yams. Add yams,sea salt, cinnamon and water. Cover and bring to a simmer over medium heat. Do not drain allow yams to sit for 3 minutes without the lid and then add butter. Enjoy! Skinny Mashed Yams. Shrimp & Vegetable Quinoa Fried Rice. It’s been a while since I posted a quinoa recipe.

Shrimp & Vegetable Quinoa Fried Rice

It feels like I’m depriving you or something. Like I’m not doing my job. But to be honest, it isn’t that I’m not eating it (because I eat quinoa practically everyday), it’s more that admittedly, I’ve been a little lazy. Instead of whipping up fun, new quinoa recipes, we’ve been by having rerun dinners lately. And by rerun dinners, I mean that we’ve been turning to some our of favorites, like Korean Bibimbap and Summer Squash & Currant Quinoa Salad and Cajun Quinoa Stuffed Cabbage, not brainstorming and creating like we should be. So enough was enough. And since I love all things Asian flavored, it only made sense.Why not convert a classic totally unhealthy Chinese dish and turn it healthy?

Here’s what we did to make this dish healthier: We used quinoa in place of the riceWe used fresh, garden veggies rather than the frozen ones you can buy in bagsWe opted for sauteing in water over oilWe used organic, low-sodium gluten-free soy sauce Notes. White Chili Recipe. Recipage. Maple Glazed Roasted Acorn Squash recipe. If you’re not convinced that acorn squash is all that delicious then at least love it for the fact that it’s called “acorn squash” because it looks like a big acorn…now that’s just cute. xx Jenny Maple Glazed Roasted Acorn Squash Serves 4 to 6 Ingredients:1 acorn squash, seeded and sliced3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil3 tablespoons light brown sugar¼ cup maple syrup, warmedsalt and pepper to tastegarnish:fried sage leaves, optional Directions: 1.

Maple Glazed Roasted Acorn Squash recipe

Preheat oven to 375°F. 2. Place squash sliced onto a baking sheet and drizzle with oil. Mushroom & Gorgonzola Pressure Cooker Polenta Lasagna. This lasagna is layer, upon layer of decadent flavor.

Mushroom & Gorgonzola Pressure Cooker Polenta Lasagna

The polenta itself is infused with lemon thyme who’s fresh bright flavor contrasts with the woody mushrooms and the salty , yet sweet, gorgonzola. For a surprising crunch, toasted pine nuts finish this dish. A change of pace from my usual recipes that are cooked 100% in the pressure cooker. Though without one, I would have spent all day making polenta instead of multi-tasking and sauteing while pressure cooking! This recipe is a response to an invitation via the UK Food Blogger’s Association, to which I am an honorary member, to participate in the “In The Bag” food challenge, hosted by A Slice of Cherry Pie.

This recipe is a definite show-stopper for an Autumn dinner party. Mushroom & Gorgonzola Pressure Cooker Polenta Lasagna Author: hip pressure cooking Recipe type: pressure cooker Cuisine: Italian Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Begin by preparing the polenta. Related Posts: Spinach Quiche Recipe. I love the simplicity of dishes like quiche; especially when you use a great store bought dough. This is one of my favorite quiches, mainly because anything with spinach and goat cheese is fine by me! What’s YOUR favorite kind of quiche? Xx Jenny Spinach Quiche Makes one 10 inch quiche Ingredients:1 store bought pie dough, rolled 12 inches in diameter and ¼ inch thickfilling:3 whole eggs2 egg whites2/3 cup whole milk1/3 cup cream1 tablespoon thyme, minced½ cup fontina cheese, shredded1 cup sautéed spinach, excess liquid removed and chopped½ red bell pepper, thinly sliced2 ounces goat cheese, crumbled and dividedsalt and pepper to taste Directions: 1.

Gnocchi with Gorgonzola and Walnuts - Simply Delicious. The very first time I ever had Gnocchi was at a small Italian restaurant in Pretoria and I had absolutely no idea what I was ordering. All I knew was that I liked the sound of the Gorgonzola sauce that came with it. I think I must’ve been about 14 or 15 at the time and I know that I was probably the only teenager who was willing and eager to eat rotten cheese. Even now, 10 years later, most of my friends don’t like the idea of Gorgonzola, or anything stronger than Cheddar or Gouda. I am very fortunate in that regard. My mother raised us as very adventurous eaters, ordering Greek food at every chance she could and giving us Dolmades, Tzatziki and Taramasalata.

I am so thankful that my parents raised me that way. I’ll never forget the scene in “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” where a young Toula Portokalos eats Moussaka. I really hope that I can raise my kids with that same adventurous spirit and mind-set. Serves 2. Espresso and Cream: Salmon Salad Pizza. Hey everyone! How was your weekend? Joe and I had friends over on Saturday night to watch the Broncos game and eat chili. And as an added surprise, my mom joined us for the weekend. And although the Broncos lost, it helped to have company (and ice cream) around to keep us from feeling the pain of the loss too much. And since my mom was around this weekend, we took advantage of having her snap a photo of us that wasn’t taken with my computer. Almost every week, Joey and I have homemade pizza for a weekday meal. Inspired by our favorite dinner, salads topped with salmon and feta cheese, Salmon Salad Pizza was born.

I was a tad bit skeptical about serving this pizza to Joe. Instructions*Preheat oven to 375°F. Happy Cooking! Market Matters- Conchiglioni with Balsamic Glazed Sweet Onions & Gorgonzola. Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Add 1 tablespoon salt. Add pasta, and cook for about 10 minutes or until al dente; drain. Be sure and check as this pasta can take a bit longer than most to cook.

As the pasta cooks heat 2 tablespoon oil in a medium-sized skillet set over medium-high heat. Add half the garlic and cook gently for about 1 minute. Heat the remaining 1/4 cup oil in a large skillet over medium high heat. In a large bowl, combine pasta with a little bit of its water, breadcrumbs, onion mixture, and Gorgonzola. Gorgonzola Two Ways.

March came and went. It was an unusual month. Apart from the devastating events around the world, for me, there may have been a lot of dreaming as well as dealing with the fear of decision making, changes and a case of unclear signs. April signals that we are quarter way through the year (yikes!) And it's time to get serious about the goals set otherwise there will be nothing to show for in the passage of time.... April is also going to be filled with fun things like celebrating birthdays (thankfully not mine), walks in the park to greet my favourite four-legged friend (with a gorgeous nose), snapping more photos with my memory-keeper, wine sipping to accompany dinners (to work my way through the collection from those winery tours), and catching up with friends and books.

So I set a goal few months ago about getting to know different types of cheese (and thought I'd document part of that journey here!) Why on earth did I choose this cheese to start with? Anyways, some facts I've learnt: a. Meatless Monday Spinach, Ricotta and Asiago Quiche. Healthy salad with orzo, feta and dill. Asparagus and pea frittata. Energizing Protein Power Salad. I Breathe...I'm Hungry...: Roasted Baby Eggplant. My Favorite Lunch… EVER. - Food Practice. Grilled Pesto and Mozzarella Sandwich for a Garage Painter. Walnut and Rosemary Oven-Fried Chicken. Pizza with Hoisin Sauce. Easy Parmesan Knots. Asian Glazed Drumsticks. Lasagna Cupcake Recipe. Honey garlic slow cooker chicken. Pearl Couscous Salad » Foodiddy.

Hot Buttered Fluffy Pretzels. Grilled lamb chops with Meyer lemon risotto and arugula...and a GIVEAWAY, courtesy of McCormick! Baked Parmesan Garlic Chicken Wings Recipe. Sweet Potato Garlic Knots for the Narcs. Baked Parmesan and Herb Chicken. Easy stuffed chicken breasts with parmesan and basil filling. Southern Skillet Corn.