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Today our Busy Girl meal series continues with the final meal of the day: dinner. No matter how busy life gets, we believe that eating healthy and delicious food is of the utmost importance. We’ve covered what to make for breakfast and lunch if you’re short on time, but dinner can be the biggest challenge of all for the girl-on-the-go.
Recipes Egg & Sausage Cups Baked Egg in Avocado Flour-less Banana Pancakes Cauliflower Fried Rice Cauliflower Pizza Chipotle Chicken Breast Sandwich Chipotle Chicken Salad Chipotle Restaurant Chicken Recipe Crispy Oven Baked Chicken Wings Garlic Salt Crusted Salmon Filet Light Sesame Noodles Miso Salmon Belly Noodle-LESS Lasagna Salmon Sashimi Seared Ahi Tuna Spaghetti - Made with Zucchini Noodles Spaghetti - Made with Spaghetti Squash Noodles Spicy Lemon Paprika Chicken Thighs Taco Shells (Tortillas) Made from Cauliflower Tuna Patties Baked Marinated Tofu Banana Chips (Two Ingredients) Brownies (Paleo Approved) Chocolate Chip Cookies (Paleo Approved) Crispy Oven Baked Sweet Potato Fries Grilled Cheese Sandwich Guac & Chips Honey Roasted Almonds Roasted Rosemary Almonds Spicy Tuna Bites Strawberry Banana Smoothie (Paleo Approved) Sweet and Spicy Snack Balls Tuna Tartare Bites Zucchini Latkes
This Sweet and Smoky Beet Burger recipe comes straight out of my newly purchased cookbook, The New Persian Kitchen by Louisa Shafia. Believe it or not, I’m not a big cookbook buyer: I guess I can partially blame this on the lack of storage space in my closet of an apartment, but mostly it’s because I seek out a lot of my recipes from cooking websites and blogs. (Plus my two staple cookbooks, The Moosewood Cookbook and American Medical Association’s Family Health Cookbook , are so wonderfully comprehensive.)
SLIDESHOW: The Pizza Lab: Foolproof Pan Pizza [Photographs: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt] It's time for another round of The Food Lab.
Back to the future: A mixture of New World and Old World coffee gear. Photos by Asher Kohn “A barista can only fuck it up.” A bold statement surely, from someone who by the way pays his rent and buys his food with the money he makes pressing shots at an espresso bar.
Commonly referred to as tulsi, which means "the incomparable one," holy basil is considered matchless for reducing stress, increasing energy and vitality, and promoting longevity. Practitioners frequently prescribe this herb for age-related conditions such as cardiovascular problems, hypertension, and diabetes. A cousin to sweet basil, holy basil is easy to grow in your garden or on a sunny windowsill -- as an added bonus, it repels flies and other insects. (Look for holy basil in your local garden store.)
How to Crystallize Pineapple For a sweet, natural candy treat, try making your own crystallized pineapple. Crystallizing fruit is a process that's been around for centuries,... How to Make Candied Fruit Good fruits for candying include pineapple, cherries, chopped apricots, watermelon rind, and lemon, orange or grapefruit peel. Use your candied fruit during...
The Fried Chicken to End All Fried Chicken There are, by my count, at least seven levels of fried chicken. The worst of them is good; the best, which I waited forty-four years to find, led to what can only be called an out-of-body experience. Let’s start at … Know Your Knives: Josh Ozersky’s Comprehensive Guide I have a lot of knives.
Just as I suspected, the concept of DIY iced coffee was well received by my readers. I’ve never been a hard core coffee drinker and before I found the homemade way to make iced coffee, any sort of coffee drink was a very occasional treat – not the daily habit it has become. Because I’m kind of a coffee wuss, I have always preferred drinks with added flavor rather than just plain coffee, milk and sweetener. Making your own flavored syrups could not be easier.
Photo: Vegetarian Times -Feb. 2005 For my first post, I’ve decided to participate in Is My Blog Burning? , a designated day where bloggers cook with a common ingredient or method. This time, the theme is beans . I think a dessert can be made from virtually any ingredient, so why not try a bean cake? When I first saw the Black-Eyed Bean Cake recipe in the Feb. 2005 issue of Vegetarian Times, I wondered if I could substitute Asian red beans (azukis) for the black-eyes and red dates for the apricot puree to make a Chinese-ified cake.
Looking for an easy Banana Bean Nut Bread recipe? Learn how to make Banana Bean Nut Bread using healthy ingredients. YOU CAN'T TASTE THE BEANS! Flavorful and moist, adapted from the original http://caloriecount.about.com/grandmas-banana-nut-bread-recipe-r273617 Recipe Ingredients for Banana Bean Nut Bread
Coat an 8-inch square pan with cooking spray; line bottom with parchment paper. Coat the parchment with cooking spray, and set pan aside. Put sugar, corn syrup, and 3/4 cup water in a small saucepan. Cook over medium heat, stirring, until sugar is dissolved.
Microwave popcorn is a college dorm staple – when your kitchen is limited to a microwave and a mini fridge, what choice do you have? But did you know there's a way to make it that's healthier, tastier and much, much cheaper? Here's what you need: popcorn kernels and a paper bag. That's it.
Rice Balls I have been getting a lot of questions about rice lately, and I am not surprised. Though some people swear by rice cookers I have found them to be inconsistent and generally unreliable, especially when it comes to brown rice. My solution? Stove top. A few years ago I read about this method of cooking rice that supposedly worked “every time” for every kind of rice.
Yesterday we told you about a great source for beautiful clay pots , and some of you wondered what you would cook in such pots. Well, dry heirlooms beans are one wonderful thing to cook in a clay pot, and as you know, we are huge fans of beans. They're complex and delicious, filling and inexpensive.