Out of a WW cookbook called "In Season" dated 1999. The longer they marinate the hotter their flavor gets. This make-ahead salad transports well for all those outdoor Barbecues. Cooking time is chill time. Hope you enjoy!
A Rachael Ray recipe from her EveryDay Magazine June/July 2008 edition. Light summer salad that features sweet cantaloupe, one of my favorite fruits! To make this a main course, simple add cooked chicken breast strips and chopped avocado on top. Fresh, light and tasty too! PS, the best cantaloupes in the world are grown in Indiana in my opinion. . .Poseyville's are absolutely grand if you can get your hands on them. . .they are kind of bumpy and ugly but they taste the best.
This is an extraordinary way of cooking cucumber, revealing an unexpected side to the vegetable. Although cooked in a wok, the cucumber pieces are colored by laying them more-or-less flat against the surface of the wok, a method known in Chinese as jian (pan-fry) rather than chao (stir-fry). From the Revolutionary Chinese Cookbook.
This recipe is minimal effort and maximum yumminess. Unbeatable flavor and so easy!
To make these more festive, You could peel the cukes so that they are striped, or put ½ a grape tomato on the top of each.
I found this recipe in a low carb cookbook and decided to try them. While you will not confuse them with regular nachos they have a nice crunch and a nice nacho taste. Healthy alongside our vegetarian fajitas tonight!
Adapted from the Bernardin Guide to Home Preserving. This time I am trying out using English cucumbers instead. Very colourful and tasty on hamburgers and hot dogs or just as an addition on your plate.