A famous Italian painter often improvised dinner parties for his friends in his small rustic house on the picturesque Ischia Island, outside Naples. Fresh and light local wine was offered together with this dish of spaghetti. It's also been dubbed that the Ladies of the Evening would prepare inbetween clients.
From Vegetarian Times: Low Fat & Fast. Can be converted to low-carb by using the Dream Fields pasta. Did your tomatoes turn out bad this year? Try using canned whole tomatoes or chopped. Replace kalamata olives with black.
Green olives and ricotta cheese make boring chicken stand up and shout, Delish! This is quick to make and you can sub, rotisere chicken (about 2 cups) for the chicken breast if you're in a rush. It comes for BHG with a BakinBaby punch.
This recipe is from La Cucina Italiana. "Slice into the chicken breast to reveal a colorful filling of melted cheese and red pepper. If you don't have a grill pan, simply sear the chicken in a heavy-based skillet, using a little more oil in the pan.". You don't have to use the garlic or the fresh rosemary, but it really finishes off the dish. Enjoy!
Full of flavor and nutrients this traditional Italian recipe is easy to prepare and makes a delightful change from boring baked chicken. Saute'ed chicken is graced with fresh asparagus, tomatoes, artichoke hearts, olives and a variety of herbs - Makes for a "WOW" one-pan family weeknight dinner.
When --Leslie-- asked me for a "lighter" recipe for her new thread "Eating Light After the Holidays", I was astounded to find that I didn't have any, other than a few salads:( So decided one more wouldn't hurt, but with "lighter" in mind!
Sometimes you just get a real craving for a DELICIOUS Greek salad. This one satisfies our palate every time. I serve it with Recipe#229467 & Recipe#229464, pita bread/dip, and a glass of wine for a nice Greek dinner. I hope you Enjoy!
Easy Denver type omelet that is BAKED in the oven- no flipping! So you can continue getting ready or enjoy some coffee and the paper instead of slaving over the stove! Found on The Scandinavian Society of Nova Scotia website and altered to my taste.