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Broccoli has gotten a bad rap in the diet world. People are just so sick of eating steamed broccoli. Instead of steaming, roast it with some garlic and Parmesan, which give it a new life and take eating it from a chore to a delight. From The Most Decadent Diet Ever cookbook by Devin Alexander, author of The Biggest Loser Cookbook.
Don't be intimidated by the list of ingredients; the first 14 go into the marinade for the 15th ingredient - Steak! Sounds mouth-watering! Cook/prep time does NOT include time to marinate. Taken from thefreshmarket.com and posted for ZWT.
Similiar to Mae Ploy. Additions may be added...ginger, cilantro, etc. Use for dipping chicken fingers, spring rolls, wantons, Crab Ragoon, grilled chicken, fried calamari...and the list goes on. (Note: Traditionally, Thai Sweet Chili sauce is not thickened with starch, but rather cooked into a syrupy consistancy. There's some benefit to thickening with starch and using less sugar.)
DH and I loved this recipe from the Williams-Sonoma website. We thought it to be really rich (not low cal) and delicious. The only modification that I made was to use soy chorizo from Trader Joes, which worked out great. This recipe uses Bomba rice (arborio) vs pasta, FYI. We made the whole dish in the Dutch oven and transferred the Dutch oven to the oven so as not to dirty another pan. Prep time includes resting time.
This recipe was created for the pressure cooker, but I find it just as easy to make on the stove top or slow cooker. From Bob Warden's Slow Food Fast cookbook. The recipe calls for dry tortellini in the pressure cooker, but if using the stovetop, you could use refrigerated pasta.
This came from a healthy online recipe site. You can easily replace the beef with your choice of protein. I have made this often and it always turns out great for me. Great way to eat a healthier version of an asian stir-fry. Serve with brown or white steamed jasmine rice.
These homemade dinner rolls, with a choice of 3 different toppings, compliment any holiday dinner and may even steal the show. Can't decide on just one topping? Try them all! Find more recipes at http://www.Bakerette.com
We loved this. An easy and quick dish especially compared to cooking lasagna in the oven. Original recipe said to remove the casings from the sausage, but we didn't - just cut the sausage into chunks. Recipe source: Redbook
The original version came from Cuisine at Home. This is a truly easy side dish that is great for company. It goes wonderfully with roasted meat or chicken. Prep time includes 20 minutes resting time prior to roasting.