This is my adaption of a Thai Burger recipe by Rachel Ray. The original recipe calls for 2 pounds of ground chicken breast. I used turkey breast and only about 1/3 pound per person. The burgers were shaped about 30 minutes ahead of cooking, allowing the flavors to blend somewhat. The burgers are delicious and moist. The dipping sauce really sets these apart.
For the garlic lover. This is great served with a side salad, french bread and for the true garlic lover, a head of baked garlic to spread on the bread. The combination of red and green peppers makes for a nice presentation.
What a wonderful combination--caramelized onions and tender chicken complimented by a light orange sauce. Are you hungry yet? The dish is not only delicious it is quick to fix. This recipe is from Pillsbury Fast and Healthy, June 1996.
This recipe is from a Betty Crocker cookbooklet that I have had since 1995. I made a few changes. It makes a nice summer meal. The recipe says to serve it with couscous; however, I made Recipe #114887 and it made for a very colorful meal.
This is a very versatile vegetable dish that can be served over pasta or rice. The recipe calls for fresh mushrooms; however, it's equally good with dried shitake that have been reconstituted. This is from The New American Diet Cookbook.
The secret to this Chinese favorite is not to let the noodles sit in the sauce very long — toss them together a few seconds before serving. COOKS NOTES: Think about adding julienned carrots and cucumber. You may also like to add a bit more vinegar, sesame oil,garlic and soy sauce for tang! Great leftovers too!!
This recipe comes from Williams-Sonoma Essentials of Healthful Cooking. According to the intro they gave to the recipe "Spinach is one of the most nutritious vegetables." It went on to say that when it was cooked its nutrients become even more concentrated. It is high in iron, potassium and vitamins A and C; the leaves are rich in leutine and zeaxathin, phytochemicals that protect vision. Besides being healthy it is delicious!
This makes a beautiful side dish to serve with pork or chicken. I use a combination of yellow and red bell peppers for a wonderful color combination. The recipe is from The Diabetic Cookbook with some minor changes.