Worth taking the time to make. Serve over quinoa or rice.
Wonderful blend of textures. Delicious for lunch or dinner
This makes a perfect dinner for “Meatless Monday”
This quiche is wonderful any time of day. Serve it up for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner and you’re sure to impress your guests. Feel free to go crust free!
We’re always looking for new pork tenderloin recipes. This is easy from the perspective that you can marinate it in the morning and it will be perfect when you get home from work and cooks up relatively quickly. Serve with a side of sautéed greens and a baked sweet potato (pureed). Or if you’re pressed for time, instead of the sweet potato, cook up some quinoa – it only takes about 15 minutes.
This was about the most delicious halibut recipe I have ever prepared. It comes highly recommended.
6 ounces canned boneless, skinless wild salmon (We used Wild Planet)
6 ounces crab meat (We used Wild Planet)
1/4 cup lowfat mayonnaise
1/4 cup Greek style yogurt
1 medium egg
3/4 cup bread crumbs, divided (we used Ian’s gluten free Panko)
1/4 medium red bell pepper, finely diced
1/4 cup red onion, finely diced
1/8 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper
1 medium avocado, [...]
This was one of my favorite dishes from a recent trip to India. It’s worth the extra cooking time for the black lentils.
This dish is hearty and homey and perfect when temperatures start to dip. It has become a monthly staple in our house.
The flavor in this recipe is incredible and there is usually enough sauce leftover to save for another dish – think tofu curry, chicken curry, etc.