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I have been making this meatloaf since I was 10 years old, I am now 75! The recipe has been passed on many many times and still gets raves to this day. Often I mix the meat with pork and beef and to the sauce add 1/4 t nutmeg. Absolutely delicious!
Fresh broccoli sprouts are far more potent than whole broccoli, allowing you to eat far less in terms of quantity. For example, research has revealed that three-day old broccoli sprouts consistently contain anywhere from 10-100 times the amount of glucoraphanin–a chemoprotective compound–found in mature broccoli.
Fast, cheap, and tasty options abound at this Upper Greenville quick-service spot, and it can totally be healthy: Opt for spring rolls with fillings like grilled salmon or chicken and mango, pho, and fresh fruit smoothies.
Well I don’t know about anyone else but I so enjoyed reading about this meatloaf. I found myself drooling over a letter I had just written. BTW, mom used Quaker Oats but never thought of “sweating” the vegies.
I don’t know how you did it but this chicken has so much flavor in it even my kids loved it and that’s saying a lot. Thank you for a delightful meal. Can only give it 5 starts because it won’t let me give 10 stars!
Ooooh, I ate good for lunch today! 🤤 I whipped up this really easy Skillet Pineapple BBQ Chicken, spooned it over some rice, and fixed a little broccoli for the side. I absolutely love skillet chicken dishes because the browning action that you get in a skillet makes super flavorful pan sauces without the need for a million ingredients. This sauce combines sweet pineapple, tangy BBQ sauce, and the savory chicken drippings for a to-die-for sauce. So easy and delicious, so little needed.
Put some comfort in your healthy cooking with this balsamic chicken thigh recipe. Rich balsamic vinegar, aromatic garlic and fresh thyme lend layers of robust flavor, while the chard and barley add filling fiber that’s sure to satisfy. Photo and recipe: Perry Santanachote / Life by Daily Burn
My father dreamed up this curry and chutney combination. Now my family cooks it on road trips—in rain and sun, in the mountains, even on the beach. Adjust the curry for taste and heat. —Dina Moreno, Seattle, Washington
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I am a pathetic cook. that’s just a fact. I made this the other night but I am wondering if anyone can tell me how I can get to the brown sugar mix to stick better to the chicken breast? it was good but I know it would have been better if I could have gotten that brown sugar mix to stick better. And I know it’s not the recipe, it’s me!
Why it’s good for you: Asparagus is a good source of folate, which is essential for a wide variety of body as well as vitamins A, C and K. When purchasing asparagus, avoid spears with smashed tips, which will spoil more easily.
I think maybe you could try this again with less mayo & more parmesean cheese. Do 1/2 cup mayo & full cup of parmesean cheese. Sounds like your household likes cheese and not mayo as much! Just a suggestion, Good Luck & Happy Cooking😄
Add a snow pea sauté to complete the meal: Heat 2 teaspoons canola oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add 2 minced garlic cloves; sauté 15 seconds. Add 2 cups trimmed fresh snow peas and 1 cup drained sliced canned water chestnuts; sauté 3 minutes or until crisp-tender. Remove from heat; stir in 1 tablespoon low-sodium soy sauce.