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Food is such a huge part of my life (clearly – I run a food blog as my full-time job!), and I grew up in a family that believed in long and relaxing meals together at the table, even on weeknights. We would eat slowly, enjoying both the food and the time catching up with each other. But being on my own and working from home, it’s sometimes easy to fall into the habit of inhaling my meals much too quickly while focused on other projects, never actually sitting down. I know I’m not alone in this and that it isn’t only a problem for people who work from home – many of my friends complain they find themselves doing the same thing, eating lunch at their desk in ten minutes flat so they can get back to work.
I’ll replace panko with ground up pork rinds for Keto “bread crumbs” >> Garlicky Baked Shrimp Recipe — one of my favorite easy dinners! It’s super quick, calls for just a few simple ingredients, and it’s always SO delicious.
So, you’ve tried getting creative and making your own baked sweet potato French fries, but now you’re looking to take things to the next level and use up all those sweet potatoes you’re seeing available everywhere? Well, there’s no better time than now to start experimenting with some new sweet potato recipes!
Sweet potatoes are often a part of Thanksgiving, and this recipe gives you a new twist on that classic flavor. Orange juice gives this dish a little sweetness, while pieces of crumbled bacon will give you something to savor, and rosemary will give it an aroma all its own. Delicious together, this sweet-and-salty side could not be easier to prep on Thanksgiving morning. Best part? It’s made in the slow cooker, so you’re saving valuable stovetop space. When you’re ready to serve it, sprinkle a mixture of parsley, orange zest, and garlic over the top: you’ll get just the right amount of herbs, spice, and bite in every mouthful.
This recipe is solid, but a few tweaks will put it in our regular rotation. I recommend cutting down the cooking time once the water comes to a boil to avoid overcooking the pasta and adding a chopped shallot to the pasta along with the garlic. I also don’t think the quantity of butter and cheese is necessary. It makes the dish heavier than it needs to be. You could easily sub olive oil for butter and add just a bit of cheese, or even just sprinkle cheese over the final dish as you serve. Oh, and colorful rotini made it a favorite with my toddler.
Wow, perfect sides! I’m like you and I love soaking up rice with sauce. And asparagus is one of my favorite veggies. Curious though how Korean chili flakes are different from regular chili flakes? Glad you guys liked it, Lai!
Serve the quinoa and shrimp together in one dish, topping with fresh chopped parsley and lemon juice if desired. When the butter is melted and cooled slightly, drizzle over the shrimp and quinoa. Serve immediately, while still hot.
Made this yesterday and oh my goodness, delicious!  So quick and easy too.  Used vegetable broth to cook the quinoa, and 1 1/2 pounds of mushrooms instead of the 1 pound.  Yum, yum, yum, and makes great leftovers!
Note: A quick note on keeping all of these great recipes as healthy as possible: remember to use the best types of oils that you can opt for coconut oil when cooking at high heats and keep your olive oil for times when you are drizzling it or lightly sautéing. Also try to use sea salt whenever possible and use natural sweeteners like raw honey or organic coconut palm sugar to get the most nutrients out of these recipes. And of course, it’s always important to look for the very best quality animal products that you can (organic cheese, grass-fed meat, and organic cage-free eggs).
Just made your sauce!! I only had the smaller shrimp and a bigger crowd, I dusted them with corn starch and fired up in smaller btaches, made 3 times the sauce and tossed it together. Big hit with the family!!!
With its rich flavor, beautiful red-orange flesh, and high levels of beneficial omega-3 fatty acids, salmon’s popularity just keeps on growing. Wild-caught salmon is the best-tasting and most environmentally friendly choice. However, wild salmon is also the most expensive; farmed Atlantic salmon raised in tanks (as opposed to open pens) are a good alternative.
It doesn’t get much easier than this Easy 5 Ingredient Baked Salmon recipe with a garlic, lemon, and dill butter sauce. All it takes is 5 ingredients and 20 minutes of your time. So simple, so flavorful!
Green tea is one of the top fat-burning foods, thanks to a metabolism-boosting compound known as EGCG. In one study, drinking four cups of green tea a day helped people shed more than six pounds in eight weeks!
I have made this as written, and it is AWESOME!  I cook the quinoa in veggie stock or chicken stock to add more flavor sometimes, and then go crazy with the mushrooms and garlic.  I have added a few handfuls of fresh spinach to the shrooms and garlic to bump up the veggie content.  You can mix up the veggies…for instance right now I am eating it with some kale I cooked up in the EVOO/garlic mixture and added a pinch of crushed red pepper for a little kick, but I have also used chopped up Swiss chard.  
Heat remaining 2 Tbsp. oil in a large skillet over medium and cook shrimp mixture, being careful not to let shrimp or garlic brown, until shrimp is pink but still slightly underdone, about 1 minute per side. Transfer to a plate with a slotted spoon, leaving as much oil in pan as possible. Add sliced garlic and red pepper to skillet and cook, tossing, until fragrant, about 1 minute. Add wine and lemon juice and cook, stirring occasionally, until reduced by half, about 2 minutes. Add butter and cook, stirring and swirling pan occasionally, until butter is melted and sauce is thickened, about 5 minutes more.
Cookbook author Melissa Clark takes inspiration from Caesar salad in this quinoa bowl, which includes a soft runny egg and a lemony, cheese-spiked dressing. It’s one of the best grain bowls we’ve ever had.
The ultimate vegetarian chili powered by fall flavors. Sweet potato, beans, and plenty of aromatics simmer in a velvety, pumpkin-infused tomato broth that is ultra rich and comforting. A pinch of cinnamon and dash of chipotle chili powder add a robust flavor profile that will warm you up from the inside out. Add any pumpkin-flavored beer you like. As far as toppings, the sky is the limit. We swoon over a hearty dollop of 2% Greek yogurt, fresh cilantro, and green onion.
Add in the spinach leaves and allow to wilt in the sauce, and add in the parmesan cheese. Allow sauce to simmer for a further minute until cheese melts through the sauce. (For a thicker sauce, add the milk/cornstarch mixture to the centre of the pan, and continue to simmer while quickly stirring the mixture through until the sauce thickens.)
What a great way to eat healthier! It seems maybe 90% of the recipes are healthy but then you have a select few fattening recipes for the users that wanted to include a bad meal in their diet log. Otherwise it’s a great app in helping to eat better. It seems there’s a glitch when you delete a recipe though. It doesn’t delete the right recipe but instead deletes the one beside it or below it depending on its location.
Thanks for the quick response! At the risk of sounding uninformed (which I am lol!) what is a cornstarch slurry? I assume that’s more than just adding a little cornstarch to the marinade? Yes – I did use a non-stick pan; next time perhaps I won’t add any oil to the pan first. I was wondering about putting some of the marinade in the pan and cooking the shrimp in that so that it I could get the sticky bits at the end; I will try that next time. I will follow your advice and double the marinade.
This simple yet tasty morning pick-me-up features no fewer than three of the best foods to eat for breakfast. The bananas and whole-grain rye bread are high in resistant starch, to help boost metabolism, while the almond butter adds hunger-curbing protein and healthy monounsaturated fats.