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Smoked Chicken Minestrone — The Weekender About a week ago, the weather in Philadelphia went from unbearably hot to blessedly cool. The air is crisp during the day and just chilly enough in the evening that socks and a second layer are necessary. After an oppressively warm, muggy summer, it is once again a joy to go outside. I find myself making some of my normal autumn habit changes: I’ve traded my cold-brew coffee for a morning mug of hot, milky tea. During the warmer months, dinnertime salads are my weeknight standby. In the last seven days, I’ve made creamy broccoli and cheddar, beef and red beet borscht and Guy Fieri’s Smoked Chicken Minestrone. Guy has you soak some wood chips overnight, wrap them in foil and then set them over a stovetop burner to get them to start smoking. When the time was up, my chicken was perfectly cooked and had a mild, smoky flavor. Before you start smoking your chicken, read these tips: — Guy tells you to use a disposable roasting pan for your smoking rig.
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avocado fries or, when I tasted heaven and developed a crack-like addiction to this heavenly foodstuff. It's that good. ~ the gluttonous vegan loves YOU Don't I always do this? Come here and tell you that I've made something that tastes AMAZING and you have to make it, no seriously this time, no really. I know I do it a lot. I'm topping all of those things, forget every other recipe on this site. Make these. Make them. No seriously this time. No really. They're that good. You're welcome. To make enough for two (even though you'll eat them all yourself) you'll need: 2 avocados (just a note here, don't be tempted to get ripe ones. and enough oil of your choice to fry them in, about 3-4 inches deep in a small pan. Put your pan of oil over a high heat and leave it to heat up. Put the flour, soda water, paprika and salt into a bowl and whisk it. This is the kind of consistency you're looking for: Grab your avocados and cut them in half then peel off the skin. Cut them into thickish chunks, about 4 to an avocado half. Leave them to cook until the batter turns golden brown then take them out and leave on some kitchen paper to soak up the excess oil.
Banana Pancakes - Give Recipe Today is Sunday, right? What does Sunday mean to you? Sleeping long hours? Lingering in your bed dreaming, playing with the kids, reading newspaper or sipping your morning coffee? Yusuf wanted to make something new this morning, so besides our must have breakfast foods on the table, we had his fantastic banana pancakes! Don’t miss the parade of banana pancakes below the recipe! Ingredients 1 cup milk 3 small ripe bananas 1 egg 6 tbsp whole wheat flour 1 tsp grated orange zest 4 tbsp unsalted butter 1 tsp castor sugar for garnish Instructions Blend ripe bananas and milk in blender. Note: This makes 8 pancakes. Pita Bread Recipe | Blogger For Hire This pita bread recipe makes amazingly soft and fluffy pitas. If you’re in the U.S. and are used to the cardboard rounds sold at supermarkets here as “pita bread,” you’ll be amazed once you try the real thing. The yeasty, delicious aroma, the chewy texture and the delicate taste will get you hooked immediately. There’s one caveat though: once you try these, you won’t be able to go back to eating supermarket cardboard pita. The dough in this pita bread recipe is mixed by a bread machine. I own a Sunbeam bread machine, and the small investment (around $50) was very much worth it. If you don’t have a bread machine, you can prepare the dough by hand. Makes 12 small pita bread rounds, or 4 servings Ingredients 1-1/4 cups warm milk (I use 2%) 2 tablespoons olive oil 3 cups bread flour (all-purpose should work) Up to 1/4 cup more for flouring the work surface 1 1/2 teaspoons sugar 3/4 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon rapid rise yeast or bread machine yeast Directions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Whole Wheat Pita
Better Than Taco Bell's Mexican Pizza Mexican Pizza If you or your kids like Taco Bell’s Mexican Pizza, then you need to try this tasty, healthy and easy version inspired by Trader Joe’s! Two crisp tortillas are filled with seasoned ground turkey, hearty beans, and then topped with chunky salsa, a three cheese blend, green onions, black olives, and diced ripe tomatoes. One of these days I hope we get a Trader Joe’s in our area, but for this recipe, I shopped at my local Fresh Market. Mexican Pizza Recipe Yield: 2 Mexican Pizzas Prep time: 20 min | Cook time: 25 min Ingredients 1/2 pound ground turkey1 medium onion, diced1 clove garlic, minced1 tablespoon chili powder1 teaspoon ground cumin1/2 teaspoon paprika1/2 teaspoon black pepper1/2 teaspoon salt1 15-oz can fat free refried beans4 9-inch flour tortillas1/2 cup favorite salsa2 cups low-fat 3 Cheese Blend2 green onions, chopped2 roma tomatoes, diced1/4 cup Extra Large Black Pitted Olives, sliced Instructions
- StumbleUpon 1. If the enemy is in range, so are you. 2. Incoming fire has the right of way. 3. Back to Rainbow Humor Page DIY Gold Tube Bracelets I have very vivid memories of walking into a bead store for the first time, almost 15 years ago, and being overwhelmed by the million and ten ideas that filled my mind. I was immediately hooked on the concept of transforming simple and unexpected elements into something beautiful and wearable. That moment was the catalyst for my eventual path into jewelry design and craft – my higher calling, if you will. Today’s tutorial takes me back to my first foray into jewelry making, where I’ll show you how to make two delightful bracelets using the same basic component. Get inspired and have fun! For single, adjustable gold tube bracelets, you’ll need: Start by cutting the knotting cord into 2 12 inch pieces. And now, all that’s left is the sliding closure! . . . and bring the top cord under both the bottom and middle overlapping strands through the loop, into a knot. Repeat the same step on the right side. Continue to make 5-6 more knots. Trim away any excess cord. Layer and enjoy.
Heidi Powell's Five-Minute Workout for Busy Moms: Easy Cardio Heidi Powell has given us many five-minute workouts. We’ve built muscle in our arms, blasted our booties, engaged our middles, and more—and we’ve been very pleased with the results. What’s left? Cardio, of course! Heidi Says…The five-minute workouts you have been completing (and mastering!) Shredders are the term we coined for powerful, fat-burning cardio sessions. You can start adding shredders to your collection of five-minute workouts three days a week, and can move up to six days a week. The most important thing as you incorporate shredders into your workout plan? So what are shredders? Shredders Choose your form of cardio.Set the clock for your time commitment—let’s say 5 minutes to start. 30 seconds of high intensity (about an 8 on a scale of 1–10)30 seconds of low intensity (about a 6 on a scale of 1–10)Repeat until your 5 minutes are up. For more cardio exercises, check out our slideshow above! By Hally Wolhandler
Tag Archive | how to make jerk chicken like jamaicans A bit of a bold statement and I’m sure my Jamaican friends are scratching their heads pondering why this “Trini” making such bold claims. One taste of this succulent jerk chicken after it comes out of the oven and you’ll know why it’s an “Ultimate” dish. Following on the other “Ultimate” recipes I’ve shared in the past, this one will not disappoint (search “Ultimate” on the right side of the page to see the other recipes in this category). Yes, traditional jerk is made on the grill with pimento wood as it’s base of flavor and while you can’t duplicate this in the oven, this one is very convenient for people who don’t have a grill or live in northern climates and have to deal with bitter cold winters. NOTE: For the marinade for this you’ll need to refer to: A Classic Jamaican Jerk Marinade. You’ll Need… 6 chicken legs (with back attached) about 4-5 lbs 1 lemon or lime (or 1/4 cup vinegar) 1 cup Jerk Marinade Tip: Line your baking dish with aluminum foil to make the clean-up after easier.