A non-alcohol and sugar-free variation on a classic coffee drink. Adapted from Torani website. Prep time does not include cooling time for coffee. I make extra morning coffee during the summer and keep it in the fridge for iced drinks. You can garnish this with whipped cream if desired, but that will change the sugars and calories.
This is wonderful when that spring asparagus arrives on the supermarket shelves. I've also made this using lime with great results. This makes a light amount of the drizzle double it if you would like all of the asparagus well coated.
From a local source. I tested this recipe by substituting a variety of colors of cauliflower (purple, white, golden) for the broccoli. Other cruciferous vegetables such as broccolini, broccoflower, brussels sprouts, romanesco, etc. will work, too. Easy!
Cinnamoned Peaches or Oranges from Morocco. For the test recipe I used one of my favorite summertime fruits: white peaches. Fresh from the garden lemon verbena garnished the fruit beautifully! From 'The Arabian Delights'. Try other seasonal fruits: watermelon/honeydew, nectarines, cara cara oranges, blood oranges, etc.
Thaw and marinade your chicken breasts at the same time in this wonderful concoction! Toss it all in a zipper seal bag and throw in the refrigerator. Ready the next day to throw on the grill! The seasonings are a fusion of Asian and SW flavors making it suitable for both catagories in the World Tour.
A starter for 6 or light meal for 4 with French/pitta bread
We had this as a delicious starter at a friends house, and I begged her for the recipe, I cant wait to try it!! I'm guessing at the amount of halloumi, but basically you want to have about four 'fingers' per person, as a starter. The dressing was marvellous! I love halloumi but have never tried making it, well, thats now going to change :D
Tasty Mediterranean style marinated lamb cutlet. A recipe from an advertisement is a women's magazine. Suggested to serve with a Greek salad and tzatziki for full Greek style family meal for 4 people. Prep time does not include the one hour marinating time required
This recipe comes from the June 2011 edition of South African "Food and Home Entertaining", and it's from Anna Montali. However, I tweaked the recipe. It is posted as part of an Antipasti spread, but I found it absolutely great as a low-carb side dish instead of rice or potatoes! It's especially nice served with meat gravy, as it is fairly bland on its own. Quick and easy recipe!