My daughter made me this salad once. She said that it was from the Meal-in-a-minute TV advert but this version doesn't use any Watties products. (Not that there is anything wrong with bottled sauces but I prefer to make my own dressing) This is a nice easy recipe that makes a good side dish to some steamed fish.
Seafood is usually the main ingredients for sambal (eg anchovies, prawn, fish). Usually sambal dishes have dried shrimp so if you usually get the bottled sambal from your supermarkets, do check the ingredients first. Or else, this is a simple recipe that you can try. When I make it I use frozen thawed tofu and instead of sugar and soy I use Kejap manis (but you can't get it everywhere so I have listed the sub)
If a recipe looks easy and healthy then I am always going to be drawn to it. This is a very easy and a new way to used canned salmon which is very healthy for you. I bet this could also be done with tuna and also you could easily add more veggies into the mix if you wished. Creme fraiche is pretty similar to sour cream. So, if you can't get it that could be a good substitute.
This vegetable and barely soup is stuffed full of healthy and tasty
veggies and it tastes great too. You can throw everything in the
crockpot before you leave for work and have a warm, filling and healthy
soup waiting for you and your hungry family. Perfect for those chilly
fall and winter nights. If you wanted to keep things vegetarian you
could easily use vegetable stock in place of chicken stock.
Salmon is one of the few varieties of fish that my husband will eat. So, I can never have enough salmon recipes in my collection. This is one that I found in the Autumn 2008 copy of BBC Easy Cook magazine.
I am a big fan of pearl barley as it is cheap, tasty, healthy and very filling. This sounds like a great new way to enjoy pearl barley with a bit of an Italian flare. I originally found this recipe in the BBC Good Food Magazine.
This is probably the fastest, easiest omelet you will ever make. It almost doesn't even deserve to be called a "recipe," since it's more of a method than anything else! Of course, you can use any type of egg substitute or real eggs; you can also add any type of vegetables, if you'd like! You might want to add salt and pepper to taste, based upon whatever you add to the eggs. I used hot chunky salsa, and I felt that was enough flavor for me.
South Beach Low-Carb recipe...so tasty! These are so simple to make in the muffin tins and are perfect individual servings. For convienence, I like to just use frozen diced green peppers and onions. Any combo of veggies or cheese can be used and these can be made veggie-friendly without the bacon.
Also, these can be easily frozen and re-heated in the microwave.
Not knowing what to fix for breakfast can be a real chore. This was the result of "I'm tired of the same old thing". Served this with homemade biscuits and sliced tomatoes. Makes two generous servings.