Looks so good and delicious with cooked bacon and parmesan cheese. Of course, there are eggs and a little heavy cream to round out the flavors. Add some freshly ground black pepper and you are in heaven! Recipe is from Tyler Florence who says "if it weren't for this dish, he would have starved to death at college".
Curry-lime butter takes these chicken wings in a whole new direction! Wonderful flavors from honey, lime zest and Thai red curry paste. Serve 'em up on a big platter and let everyone tear into them. This is a Tyler Florence recipe and you can't go wrong with his dishes!
WOW, does this grilled dessert sound good! The whipped cream with the coconut cream, allspice, and coconut liqueur just takes this dessert over the top! What a way to impress your guests with this simple grilled dessert. Why not push the envelope and add a little chopped macadamia nuts to the top. YUM!
A mouth-watering grilled sweet potato dish marinated in a coconut cream, lime juice and curry sauce. This dish uses coconut cream vs. coconut milk - the coconut cream adds a sweet creamy flavor to offset the tartness of the lime juice and the heat of the curry powder. Recipe states that these potatoes are just as good wrapped in foil and grilled. Prep time does not include marinating time for potatoes.
Smoky chipotle chiles flavor the marinade for these shrimp. Serve as an appetizer or main course with sides of avocado salsa. Recipe is from my "Grill It" cookbook. Prep time does not include marinating time for Shrimp.
A tempting recipe from Weight Watchers. I have not tried it yet, but I like the idea of combining turkey sausage and potatoes (5 points per 1 cup serving). You can substitute different veggies such as green onions, etc.
An Asian-inspired noodle dish garnished with cilantro, peanuts and scallions! This recipe is from Weight Watchers - 4 points per 1 1/2 cups with 1/4 tsp. peanuts. You can substitute vermicelli or thin spaghetti in place of the lo mein noodles.
A delicious, fragrant broiled (or grilled) cornish hen which derives its glaze from apple jelly, apple cider and five-spice powder. Recipe from Weight Watchers - 7 points per 1/2 hen and 1/2 tbsp. glaze. You can substitute 1 1/2 pounds skinned chicken drumsticks for the Cornish Hens - just increase the cooking time by an additional 5-10 minutes and deduct 2 points per serving.
A colorful and delicious salad that can be made up in a hurry. Use rotisserie chicken if you prefer. Recipe is from Weight Watchers - 7 points per 1 cup serving. This dish is great for leftovers - just store in an airtight container in the refrigerator up to 2 days.
This delicious sauce can be made in a blender and then tossed with these crispy veggies. Makes for a quick lunch when you are in a hurry! From Weight Watchers - 2 points per 1 1/4 cup serving. NOTE: To add some "heat" to this dish, you may want to consider adding chopped chilies of your choice or some red pepper flakes!