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Made with a colorful rice mix, this salad benefits from the flavor of white rice and the nutrients found in whole-grain brown and wild rices. Bobby adds cranberries, dates and pecans for sweetness and substance, and then dresses the lot in a honey, vinegar and sesame oil mixture for characteristic Asian tang.
In English (and in many other languages), there is a tendency for nouns referring to liquids (water, juice), powders (sugar, sand), or substances (metal, wood) to be used in mass syntax, and for nouns referring to objects or people to be count nouns. This is not a hard-and-fast rule; however, mass nouns such as furniture and cutlery, which represent more easily quantified objects, show that the mass/count distinction should be thought of as a property of the terms themselves, rather than as a property of their referents. For example, the same set of chairs can be referred to as “seven chairs” and as “furniture”; although both chair and furniture are referring to the same thing, the former is a count noun and the latter a mass noun. The Middle English mass noun pease has become the count noun pea by morphological reanalysis.
With 3 kids aged 4 and under, dinner can feel like feeding time at the zoo. I’m Sara, a foodie turned mom and I traded in elaborate meals on white linens for simple, yet delicious dishes to please to palates of my growling girls. When I’m not in the kitchen I enjoy crafting, photography, and outdoor activities.
In what way is “we are referring to it as a material in which the individuals are not visible or important [..] as there is only one material it is singular.” and “One explanation for this is that sheep tend to run around in one mass in which the individuals are lost (the same as fish or shrimp) while cows spread out as individuals” not a grammatical reason? – Roaring Fish Oct 16 ’13 at 7:12
Downloaded and browsed the app so far, lots of delicious looking healthy recipes, multiple ways to browse, and a helpful shopping cart function. HOWEVER. The app does not tell you how many servings a recipe makes. It shows you nutritional facts per serving, sure, but not how many servings per recipe. Which makes the nutritional facts pointless. Now, I looked at the website version, which DOES say number of servings. How hard is it to replicate this in the app?? Regret to rate this 2 stars when it could have been a 5 star app. Might update my review if they fix this issue.
These, picture-perfect as they are, might call for a bunch of niche, pricey ingredients, but that’s because they are impeccably nutritious. Their finger-licking sweetness is all down to the sweet potato dough and honeyed dried fruit. Health food stores, such as healthysupplies.co.uk, will have all you need to make them.
Delicious and EASY zesty soup recipe that uses only 6 canned ingredients! Serve over tortilla chips, and top with shredded Cheddar cheese. Throw away the cans and no one will know that it is not from scratch!
The familiar comforting side dish, but without the unnecessary extra sugar, butter, and calories. Pecans add a pop of extra flavor and healthy fats too. Sub in a natural sweetener like pure maple syrup or molasses instead of brown sugar to keep this recipe as healthy as possible.
Ingredients: White quinoa, vegetable broth, whole wheat bread, chickpeas, large egg, cilantro leaves, cumin, small red chile, salt, black pepper, vegetable oil, whole-wheat pitas, salad greens, sliced avocado, sliced tomato, mayonnaise
Sweet, juicy cherries absolutely burst with goodness in this main-dish salad. If it’s not cherry season, or if you don’t have cherries on hand, you can swap in halved red grapes or 1/2 cup dried sweet cherries or dried cranberries. To ease prep, we call for precooked quinoa and brown rice blend, but don’t sweat it if you can’t find this product. You can use 12 ounces of cooked quinoa (roughly 2 cups cooked). And if you’re not a fan of goat cheese, try topping the salad with crumbled feta or queso fresco instead.
Coconut milk, Thai red-curry paste, and maple syrup add knockout flavor to this simple, impressive side dish. You can find Thai curry paste in the international aisle of many supermarkets, or at any Asian grocery.
Loved this recipe! Followed almost to a T, I only had a red pepper, so I used that, the onion and I cut up a fresh pineapple and added that to the mix. I stir fried the onion for a minute then added the pepper, cooked that for 3 minutes and then added the pineapple and a dash of salt, I let it cook for a minute longer then put the veggies in a bowl and cooked the meat (oh and I made this with pork since I didn’t have any chicken), after the pork was done I added the veggies and the sauce (super delicious!). Served this over jasmine rice. Even though I gave it a couple tweaks, thank you so much for such a great recipe!!!!!! We’ll be keeping this one for sure!
Holiday sweet potato sides can lean toward too-sweet territory; a dose of salty, nutty Parmesan balances the flavor in these adorable, delicious stacks. Get the kids to help by having them stack the slices and cheese in muffin cups as you follow behind with the browned butter. Use small potatoes so the slices will fit into the muffin cups. Make sure to slice the potatoes on the thin side, about 1⁄4-inch thick, so they’ll cook through (insert a toothpick in the center of each stack to test for doneness). You can also alternate with slices of baking potato or parsnip for pretty white and orange layers.
The shrimp in this dish (and all shrimp ever) just begs for garlic butter, and garlic butter has always been one of my favorite was to prepare seafood. And just food in general, actually. So let’s give those little shrimpies what they’re asking for and make our mouths sing for joy.
Just made this with a side of garlic asparagus … Delicious and easy weeknight meal! I highly recommend adding the red pepper flakes. Gives it a nice kick. I will definitely be making this again.. Probably with some sort of rice side dish.
Buy shrimp (or prawns), already deveined, shelled and cleaned, and you have yourself such an easy recipe. Use fresh lemon juice (not the store bought stuff, please for the love of freshness), and use fresh garlic if possible. Those two elements — although rather obvious — are the key to this recipe creating fireworks in your mouth.
I was the same way! Sweet potatoes were the thing I skipped at Thanksgiving (unless gooey marshmallows were involved). Now, though, I love them! The flavors of parmesan and herb sound amazing with sweet potatoes!
We’ve combined two picnic favorites into one: hearty French nicoise and cold pasta salad. In place of canned tuna, we suggest a quick-seared piece of salmon to complement classic components such as niçoise olives, fresh green beans, red onion, and cherry tomatoes. Choose your cooked pasta of choice (we suggest farfalle or shell pasta) and top with our umami-laden red wine vinaigrette (thanks to a hit of anchovy paste). Wine pairing: The ultimate picnic partner, Provencal rose, such as Domaine Tempier Bandol rose.
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Heat a large skillet over medium-high heat. Melt the butter and add in the garlic and fry until fragrant (about one minute). Add in the shrimp and fry two minutes on each side, until just cooked through and pink. Transfer to a bowl; set aside.
If you are a fan of Indian-flavored dishes, you’ll love this take on sweet potatoes. A range of exotic but easily accessible spices add a big flavor punch while still keeping things simple enough to make. Chickpeas add a nice dose of filling protein, and quinoa could even be subbed in for jasmine rice to add even more.
This rich smoothie is perfect if you get tired of sipping hot green tea. Flavored with cayenne spices, lemon, and agave nectar, it provides all the nutritional benefits of green tea and will fill you up, to boot.
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 than now to start experimenting with some new sweet potato recipes!
Serve this traditional Southern shrimp boil for a casual family meal: Set out the meal on butcher paper and have fun digging in. Leave the shrimp with the shells intact for a more hands-on eating experience.
These whipped sweet potatoes only have two ingredients (I never count salt and pepper when I’m going for an easy two ingredient or three ingredient recipe, but I highly recommend them). Besides sweet potatoes being the obvious ingredient, the fat I used is a healthy fat. Give me grassfed butter any day, but sometimes I love the flavor coconut provides and these whipped sweet potatoes use coconut butter. Not coconut oil. Not coconut milk. But coconut butter. It’s what I used in my paleo coconut macaroons and it’s fabulous.
Bring the water to a boil in a large saucepan. Add the quinoa, stir once, and return to a boil. Cook uncovered, over medium heat for 12 minutes. Strain and rinse well with cold water, shaking the sieve well to remove all moisture.
For a hearty meatless meal, this mixed medley contains 10 grams each of protein and fiber. You’ll also get vitamins A and C from broccolini, whole grains from the quinoa coating, and potassium and folate from squash to round it out.
Revel in the fresh flavors of this delicious Mexican-inspired summer salad! Blackened shrimp is delicious enough to make this dish taste great, but when you add jicama—a sweet root vegetable—and grilled corn salsa and homemade cilantro-lime dressing, it becomes nearly sublime. And don’t worry about it being soggy—the blackened shrimp and crispy tortilla strips add plenty of crunch.