This recipe is for all age groups, I know mostly kids do not like broccoli but they do like fried rice. Combination of broccoli and stir fried rice will attract your kids.
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This recipe is a best choice for dieters and health conscious people. A perfect gluten free flat bread. Green sauce and bread’s combination will win your heart.
Beef carpaccio is the ultimate light dish for Christmas.
Try to slice the beef as thinly as you can but it doesn’t matter if it is not too perfect, a little bit of rough texture gives plenty of character to the finished plates.
Served in the pumpkin itself, this makes a beautiful centerpiece. Use a pumpkin that is wider than it is tall so that it will stand upright without tilting. Buy your pumpkin before Halloween or they might not be available. If uncut, a pumpkin will last about 6 weeks. Store in a cool place but do not let freeze.
These gluten free brownies are moist and delicious. And they are made with all natural ingredients!
From Swanson Chicken Broth carton… so good I have to share.
This delicious passion fruit salad is simple and tastes great.
A perfectly cooked beef stew is certainly one of the most comforting and easy-to-cook dishes. It is among those dishes which can be cooked with minimum effort and are ideal for your family in the long winters. Cooking a tasty and filling beef stew is rather easy and simple.
Summer wouldn’t be summer without tea in the garden. Think cucumber sandwiches, home-baked biscuits, a Victoria sponge oozing strawberry jam and, of course, feather-light scones. As a change from the usual lemon curd, try this grapefruit version.
Rubbed Kale mixed with Butternut Squash is a healthy vegetarian dish that is very easily prepared and very healthy to eat!
The flavor of this meatless tofu coconut curry becomes even more pronounced as the dish sits, and the flavors blend well together to create a satisfying dish.
This dish was very simple to prepare, as it involve only cooking the ground meat, chopping and sautéing the Brussels sprouts, and combing both elements together with simple spices and, if you so desire, perfectly aged goat cheese. And there is always a desire for cheese.
I throw together plenty of salads in any given week, the variety of toppings dependent on what I have in my fridge. Here is one that I dreamed up for lunch that happened to be abundant in the color green. The greener the better when it comes to salads, I suppose. I thought a creamy Dijon dressing would compliment this particular salad recipe nicely, so I whipped up a simple one, but feel free to use your imagination for your own dressing desires.