I found this recipe on the Reader's Digest web site and I'm posting it for ZWT 7.
This immune-boosting antioxidant cocktail supplies all your vitamin A for the day and more than half your requirement for vitamin C.
If you don’t have a blender or food processor, you can still whip up this beverage with a wire whisk in a deep bowl.
I had this at The Davenport Cash store, which is north of Santa Cruz, CA. While everyone's dish was good, they all wanted bites of mine! Luckily it was easy to duplicate at home. I've used other breads, but I think a quality white sandwich bread best lets the flavor shine through. I've also baked several (at about 400 degrees, til golden browned) and then cut into quarters for appetizers at a brunch.
GOOD TO KNOW: When you're feeling bloated from too much stuffing, try this light meal with your leftover sweet potatoes. With as much protein as four slices of turkey breast, this creative recipe will leave you full without overeating.
This yummy pudding is so easy to make and tastes so much better than store bought or boxed mixes. I really like knowing exactly what's in the food we eat. Give this one a try, you'll never go back to the boxed pudding again!
I LOVE Aarti and this is one of the first recipes she did when she became The Next Food Network Star. I had never tried Kale before but this salad looked so good when she made it I decided to try it. I tasted the Kale on the way home from the grocery store and was worried because it tasted bitter. No need to worry! The massaging technique turns the bitter coarse kale into tender bright green ribbons. The mango, honey and lemon give this salad the PERFECT balance of flavors.
I have not actually made this, but I have eaten it and it is absolutely marvelous. This was the first dish that I have ever had with quinoa and I was instantly hooked. If you have never tried this wonderful grain, you absolutely must!
This is something I came up with one evening after see a story about a company that was doing quite well selling cocoa with chili peppers in it. This recipe does use dark cocoa powder not the regular cocoa powder.
Quick, simple, and easy to prepare. This is a great dish to bring to a potluck or cookout. It vanishes every time! I recommend tossing the dressing and ingredients with the lettuce and spinach right before serving.
One of Johnny's first creations, this is a great, easy, and budget friendly comfort food that can be made up in no time flat! Be sure and look for more wonderful JJ recipes from us. If it's got jalapenos, it's Johnny Jalapeno!