CINNAMON CAULIFLOWER

CINNAMON CAULIFLOWER

Calories – 137 per serving
Makes 4 servings
Tags : cauliflower
NOTES :  Another great recipe from The Forest Feast as highlighted in Epicurious.

Cinnamon is considered one of the oldest spices and with good reason it has been so coveted.  It adds that something special.  The combination of oils and spices is perfect and roasting vegetables – adds another layer of flavor.  Easy, delicious and different!

For cooking instructions click below:
https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/cinnamon-cauliflower-51233610

KUNG PAO CHICKEN

KUNG PAO CHICKEN

Calories 275 per serving (serving size – 1 cup)
Make 4 servings
Tags: chicken – boneless, peppers, snow peas, nuts
NOTES:

  • If you get everything ready to cook ahead of time i.e. chop the vegetables, it comes together easily and quickly.
  • Try it once as written and then see if you want to add a bit more garlic, or red pepper etc…easy to adjust to your taste.
  • Pair it with rice you have a complete meal.
  • Easy way to add some variety to the weekday routine.

For cooking instructions click below:
http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/kung-pao-chicken

TAHINI NOODLES

Makes 4 to 6 servings
Tags: pasta, green beans, carrots
NOTES:  Yum!!  Loved Loved this!

    • If you have the vegetables prepped it comes together so easily for a delicious side or a great meal.
    • If you do not have agave syrup you can easily substitute with another sweetener
    • FOOD52 is a great source for great recipes.
    • The tahini flavor is present but not overwhelming.

For cooking instructions click below
https://food52.com/recipes/33897-tahini-noodles

HOW TO TURN A FRIDGE FULL OF SAD PRODUCE INTO DINNER

HOW TO TURN A FRIDGE FULL OF SAD PRODUCE INTO DINNER

Makes 5 large pancakes or 10-12 small pancakes
Tags: Vegetables – served warm
NOTES:  The possibilities are endless – a very versatile, flexible recipe.

  • Perfect for end-of-the- week, “clean out the refrigerator” meal. Waste not want not!
  • You can serve this as your main dish (delicious with rice on the side) or it can be a side dish.

For cooking instructions click below:
https://skillet.lifehacker.com/how-to-turn-a-fridge-full-of-sad-produce-into-dinner-1826919563

TURKEY WITH BLUEBERRY PAN SAUCE

TURKEY WITH BLUEBERRY PAN SAUCE

Calories 220 per serving
Makes 4 servings
Tags:  turkey, blueberries
NOTES:  This recipe is special for two reasons:

1) the combination with blueberries.  Make just the sauce and use it on leftover turkey.
2) great technique for making a turkey breast perfectly – even dark meat lovers liked this moist turkey breast. You can also make the turkey as directed and try with other sauces.

  • It is important the blueberries are ripe and sweet. We also tried it with defrosted frozen blueberries and it worked quite well.
  • We suggest you put in a bit less of the balsamic vinegar, taste and then see if you would like more – the full amount is quite tangy.

For cooking instructions click below:
http://www.eatingwell.com/recipe/253085/turkey-with-blueberry-pan-sauce/

CLEAN EATING CHICKEN SALAD

Calories 291 per serving
Makes 4 servings
Tags: chicken – boneless, grapes, yogurt

NOTES: Great use for leftover chicken or turkey.  An easy dressed up chicken salad.

  • With all the added flavors from the grapes, red onion and celery, we didn’t miss the mayonnaise at all.
  • Eat it with the pita pockets as in the recipe or use it as a salad with some greens or whole grain bread as in the picture above. The calorie count would vary depending on how you serve it.

For cooking instructions click below:
https://skinnyms.com/clean-eating-chicken-salad/