May 25, 2013

12 Healthy Breakfast Smoothie Recipes

No need to use ice for something cool to start the day. To get the most flavor and nutrients into your smoothies, use frozen fruit, instead. You can use portion of your fruit like berries or bananas and keep them in the freezer for instant access. You can also add an extra kick with powder proteins and vitamin mixes, if you like.

Just because these smoothies are for breakfast, doesn’t mean a little chocolate can’t be in the party. Keep the cherries mostly frozen for a thicker drink. Enjoy!.

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May 17, 2013

Easy Recipes that Kids Can Cook

Teaching kids about food can begin in the grocery store, as well as in the garden, but the real magic happens alongside you, in the kitchen. But before this, it’s important to have a good recipe with simple steps that children can do themselves – supervised, of course – and delicious results that will leave them excited to cook again.

Dinner just might be the most challenging time to cook with your kids. Just be wise not to take on too much. I hope you’ll find these collection of recipes just a few minutes to put together for your little chefs. Get it from Easy Recipes that Kids Can Cook.

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May 14, 2013

The Spicy-Sweet Lamb Rack

Chefs Michael and Patrick Sheerin are already making names for themselves with their innovative cuisine. Here they give us the recipe for one of their most popular dishes, their Lamb Ribs. With such ingredients such as home made molasses pok pok, their own homemade spice rub and their tai pickled chilies, this recipe packs a delicious punch.

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The Spicy-Sweet Lamb Rack

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May 5, 2013

Chicken Tikka Masala at Home

A chicken masala dish at home simply states that sometimes a home made meal is better then a take out/ restaurant meal. It’s more time consuming, but you can make a meal just as good as your favorite food place. It also gives you the chance to try new foods, instead of ordering the same every time you go out to eat. Masala-flavored chicken in a plate of rice equals one fulfilling meal.

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Chicken Tikka Masala at Home

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April 16, 2013

Spicy Taco Seasoning Recipes

Adding “unmistakeable” spiciness in spring dishes is like getting treats for all seasons. Rather than the extra salty or overly seasoned meals, substitute with spices that are available, either trying new tastes or revisiting old combinations, is an opportunity of creating wonderful blend from many configurations that will get your point across.

Sure, there’s really is no single taco seasoning recipe needed for making your own tacos. It’s all a matter of personal taste and preference. However, it’s true that most taco seasoning recipes use an almost identical list of base ingredients. So to make a difference, make sure to have a few options on hand.

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March 31, 2013

Roasted Tomato & Garlic Crostini with White Truffle Sea Salt

Learn one simple, delicious white truffle sea salt recipe, and discover all the important facts you need to know to incorporate truffles into your culinary repertoire. White truffles, black truffles, whole and thinly-shaved truffles, each variety and preparation style brings out a new flavor from this versatile mushroom . With the right combination, you can transform an ordinary dish into something elegant and unique.

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Roasted Tomato & Garlic Crostini with White Truffle Sea Salt

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February 19, 2013

New York Steak Au Poivre with Balsamic Reduction

New York Steak Au Poivre, poured with a balsamic reduction, is a gourmet food. Paired well with French fries and fresh green salad, this cut of steak is both comfort and sophistication. Cook the steak directly on a skillet and use those dripping to make the reduction. Gently drizzle the sauce over the cooked steak and ready to eat. It’s the sweet syrupy consistency of the reduction creating a great balance along with the piquant of the pepper. Resulting dish is an intense rich flavor entree.

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New York Steak Au Poivre with Balsamic Reduction

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February 17, 2013

Creamy-Yet-Light Fish Chowder

Wait, Where’s the Cream?

Need a great non-dairy recipe for fish chowder? Give this light twist of an old favorite a shot, and watch as your dining friends enjoy your dish to the last spoonful. The subtle and complimentary blending of white fish, and vegetables, swimming in a base of pureed potatoes and aromatic spices is more than just a creamy chowder treat.

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Recipe: Creamy-Yet-Light Fish Chowder — Recipes From The Kitchn

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February 16, 2013

How To Make A Succulent Baked & Crispy Seabass Dish

Sea Bass is a delicious white fish that can be prepared in many ways. Baked Sea Bass is a healthy choice while keeping the inside succulent and moist. Spices like chili flakes, turmeric, ginger and sea salt elevate the natural flavor of the dish. Total baking time takes rough 7-10 minutes, if your looking a grill taste try broiling the fish.

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How To Make A Succulent Baked & Crispy Seabass Dish

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Seared Salmon with Sesame Bok Choy and Spinach

This time, we’re serving salmon with spinach and Jasmine Rice. Sesame Bok Choy compliments the salmon perfectly healthy. Shiitake mushrooms, garlic, baby bok choy and baby spinach are wonderful they simply transform the fish into a lovely delicious dish. Ready to go salmon-y this weekend?

[Editor’s Note] We have some of the best salmon tips posted the other day, here.

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Seared Salmon with Sesame Bok Choy and Spinach

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