Asian Chicken Soup 4 servings If you have leftover chicken soup, this is an amazing way to have an entirely new dish. Strain the soup and use it like stock. Discard the vegetables and keep the chicken!! Feel free to add rice noodles, or rice to make it more filling but a few bowls of this
4 servings Ingredients: 2 large fresh beets, scrubbed and peeled ½ medium red onion, thinly sliced 2 heads fresh kale, very finely chopped 2 large carrots 4 Tablespoons walnut halves, chopped 1½ Tablespoons fresh tarragon, finely chopped 2½ Tablespoons balsamic vinegar 1½ Tablespoons fresh lemon juice 2 Tablespoons olive oil Sea salt and pepper, to
3 servings Ingredients: 14 oz. Raw Salmon ½ cup light mayonnaise ½ teaspoon dill weed 1 teaspoon rough Dijon mustard 1 teaspoon lemon juice ¼ teaspoon black pepper ¼ cup plain Greek yogurt Cedar plank Instructions: Soak cedar plank in water for 20 to 30 minutes. Mix light mayonnaise, dill, mustard, lemon juice and black pepper
4 servings Ingredients: 4 Whole wheat pita breads ½ red onion, diced 1 yellow pepper, diced 2 tomatoes, diced 1 cup freshly grated parmesan cheese (you can use up to 1/4 cup per pizza, no more than that!) Pizza sauce Instructions: Warm your pita bread in a toaster oven or in a pan over low
If I were stuck on a dessert Island and I had to pick just one ingredient to take with me, it would probably be potatoes. Potatoes are delicious, full of carbs to keep me energized, and incredibly versatile. You can eat them mashed, fried, in gnocchi or kugel, as a crisp latke or creamy chremsel. Which
Hanukkah has been in the house for the past week and we’re winding down (dare I say overloaded) on all manner of latkes (kale and kumquat anyone) and stuffed sprinkled and calorie laden sufganiyot. I say it’s time to step out of expected zone for the last nights of menorah madness and try a few
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