This is an absolutely delicious dinner!! Its easy and uses low-cost ingredients, but looks and tastes like a million bucks. I usually double the sauce ingredients because the sauce is outstanding! Great with rice. From Martha Stewart.
A quick and tasty dinner that is also super healthy. Pickled jalapenos, cilantro and avocado really add flavor to the simple canned salmon and beans served atop your own crispy-baked tortilla. Serve with brown rice cooked with salsa, or your version of Spanish rice. From Eating Well.
This is a tasty one-dish meal: salmon fillets and crunchy cubes of ciabatta bread tossed with tomatoes, capers and thin slices of lemon, then baked until the salmon is cooked. From Food & Wine Magazine.
The original recipe calls for eating these sandwiches cold, but we prefer to grill them on our George Foreman grill or in a frying pan. Hot or cold, it is a quick way to make a tasty meal! Perfect for those hot summer days or when you're just in a hurry. Low-fat cheese and dressing can lighten up the recipe without sacraficing flavor.
From Alberta Egg Producers website. This tastes a lot like our favorite Chinese restaurant's Egg Foo Yung, so I was thrilled to find out how easy it is to make at home! I usually double the amount of sauce, and I like to add a touch of oyster sauce to the sauce sometimes, too. For a complete Chinese experience, we usually eat this with Recipe #228704.
Cubes of sirloin steak are marinated in a flavorful oriental sauce and broiled or grilled until done. You can skewer the meat for a meal, or cook seperately and serve with toothpicks for an appetizer. Prep time includes 2 hours of marinade time, you may want to do longer. Number of serving depends on how you're serving the steaks, this makes approx. six meals or 12 appetizers. From a Taste of Home magazine.
From Kikkoman brand soy sauce. Before grilling, this sauce has a strong mustard flavor, but after cooking, it loses a lot of the mustard kick and the flavors blend perfectly. This is a wonderful glaze that doesn't overpower the steaks, it just gives them a perfect bit of flavor. I think adding a little cut horseradish would be a nice addition.
I got this recipe from my aunt. I'm not sure how many pasties it makes, it depends on the size. We just keep making batches of dough until all of our filling is used up. Diced potatoes, cubed beef (or ground beef), onions, sometimes carrots, garlic, salt and pepper are what we use in our filling.
This still has egg and butter, but buttermilk helps lighten it up. Is low-carb, low saturated fat, low cholesterol, low sodium and even heart healthy according to realage.com . Great for healthier Eggs Benedict or served over steamed asparagus, green beans or even Brussels sprouts. Includes variations for Sauce Moutarde (with mustard) and Sauce Maltaise (with orange juice) as well as microwave reheating directions. From Eating Well.
Sounds delicious. Posted for safe-keeping. From Ladies Home Journal. Their nutritional info is VERY different from Zaar's for this recipe, I think Zaar is forgetting that there are bones in the ribs, not just 4 pounds of straight meat. LHJ version of nutrition: calories 480;
total fat 14.5g;
saturated fat 5.5g;
Bone-in chicken breasts are slow cooked in a smoky tomato sauce with rice and peas, then topped with fresh cherry tomatoes and cilantro. The mix of fresh and cooked vegetables makes this meal pretty enough to entertain from the crock pot! From Ladies Home Journal.