This is a delicious chicken recipe that pleases my whole family. At 1.5 grams carb per serving it goes well with a carb controlled diet, but those not on carb control love it too. I serve this with a crisp salad and white wine.
Hope you enjoy this as much as we do!
Adapted from quick and easy Low Carb by Amanda Cross.
Prep time does not include marinating overnight.
Added June 22 05: Please be sure to use a low sodium soy sauce to avoid saltiness.
This is my absolute favourite dish to order when eating out. I found this on the web, posted by Amelie in Quebec, and it sounds like the real deal. Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005, I have not tried to make this one yet!
Hope you enjoy!
This Japanese-inspired tuna should be grilled very rare for the best flavour. The glaze keeps for two weeks refrigerated, but if it becomes too thick, thin down with a little water before using. Serve with rice and a cucumber salad. To crack peppercorns, place in a plastic bag and bash with rolling pin or back of a pot.
Prep time includes marinating time.
From Food and Drink.
The broccoli gives a bright green dip that doesn't discolour and the wasabi adds a touch of heat. Make this an hour or 2 in advance so that the flavours have time to blend. Serve with crackers or chips.
From Jennifer McLagen of Food and Drink.
A shrimp cocktail that is Asian in flavour. You can roast the shrimps in a 500ºF (260ºC) oven for 5 minutes or grill them on the barbecue or under the broiler. Prep time includes marinating time. Another winner from my current favourite Chef, Lucy Waverman.
Pasta salads can have a variety of textures and tastes. The flavours of Thailand are showcased in this tangy dressing. Crisp vegetables and tender linguine pasta fill the pasta bowl to enhance any potluck or picnic.
From Emily Richardson at Food and Drink
The sweet dark flavour of teriyaki is an ideal match for salmon. This is an easy appetizer, perfect to pick up and enjoy with a glass of sparkling wine. By using a centre cut of salmon your skewers will be equal in size and cook evenly. Let your wooden skewers soak in water for about 20 minutes to prevent flare-ups in the oven.
From Food and Drink :)
I found this recipe on the chicken farmers website, and I thought it looked terrific!
I haven't tried it yet, just putting it here for safe keeping.
I love all of these ingredients, so I'm sure it will taste great.
Interesting that it's done in the microwave!
Imaginative fillings folded inside flat breads are popular (and delicious) all over the world. This is a new twist on an old favourite! Be sure to use the thicker, full fat coconut milk.
I got this one from Food and Drink Magazine ;)
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