This is a little different, in that you mix the berries and place in the bottom of your glass, then pour the yogurt blend over the top, mixing ever so gently. Enjoy! Adapted from Good Cooking with Jill Dupleix.
I make this for our potluck at church and people beg me to bring it again! Adapted from Cooking Live-Episode: America's Best Fourth of July: Salads.
I hve found I can toast the seeds, ramen noodles, and nuts under the broiler with no butter for just a few minutes, and they get nice and crisp, but watch carefully, they can burn quickly!
Serve this on a bed of steamed rice or couscous. Be careful when browning the chicken, not to let it burn. That's why it's finished off in the oven. Enjoy this wonderful recipe from Cooking with Caprial-American Bistro Fare!
I found this little gem in the China Moon Cookbook. This is the Chinese version of our American salt and pepper. It's an all purpose seasoning and a little goes a long way. It's good for marinating meats and poultry, and a delightful final seasoning for soups and salads. Try a bit tossed into some just made popcorn or sprinkled on a grilled burger! For people watching their salt intake, this is a wonderful kitchen gift! Be sure to use kosher salt, as this gives the flavor. If you can't get kosher, then use sea salt.
The China Grill has been a Miami Beach hot spot ever since it opened in 1995. It offers funky "World Fusion" cuisine! This recipe came from them via the South Beach Diet Cookbook. I hope you enjoy it! It says this is phase 3.
Slowly caramelized onions with lots of garlic and a mushroom stock give this thick soup it depth of flavor. If you like, stir a few drops of toasted sesame oil into each bowl. Enjoy! Adapted from Moosewood Restaurant New Classics cookbook.