This super easy , 4 ingredients recipe comes from the July 2010 issue of Womans Day magazine. I love the Blue Diamond Wasabi Soy Almonds that are used in this recipe. The crunch of the almonds and the bite of the wasabi makes this a delicious entree!
This is a recipe from the May, 2009 Better Homes and Gardens. It is shrimp and beans, along with fresh vegetables and seasonings, all wrapped up in a foil packet, then served on top of toasted bread. I love cooking in foil as it can easily be made ahead, and cleanup is a breeze!
This comes from the Woman's Day, February 2009 issue. It is from the Eating Well/1-2-3 dinner section, so it's super easy - only 3 ingredients. The recipe calls for a red curry 10 minute simmer sauce from Thai Kitchen, but the program doesn't recognize it.
This is one of my favorite recipes for the grill. I usually have everything I need on hand, for one of those warm evenings when it's too nice to stay inside. Preparation time does not include time for chilling.
Crispy chicken in a quick and easy dish that can be served over rice or noodles. From Family Circle magazine. I add extra firm tofu, cubed, in place of half the chicken, or all the chicken, which makes it vegetarian. It's delicious that way!
This recipe is from the January/February 2013 issue of Cooking Light. It was SO good - better than anything you would ever get at a restaurant! I used 1 t each, dried, crushed herbs in place of the fresh herbs and it was good - no doubt fresh would be better. The garlic flavor is fairly strong in the dressing. If you don't like a strong garlic flavor, you might consider cutting back the amount.