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Healthier version of an old favorite!
When soggy cereal and steel-cut oatmeal loses its appeal, whip up one of Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen's favorite breakfast treats!
For use with chicken tenders or nuggets. (Robin Miller)
Using a blender will produce a thicker vinaigrette than you might expect. Allow 2 to 3 tablespoons of dressing per serving. A cup should easily be enough for 6 to 8 servings of mixed greens. (Art Smith)
From Eat This, Not That!
Store dressing in a glass jar with a lid. (Tanya Wenman Steel and Tracey Seaman)
Honey and mustard have become popular together over the years, and here they work their magic on boneless chicken breasts (4 - 6 oz each). It's hard to fit four chicken breasts in most skillets, but I do so, because it works so well to fry the breasts first to set the crusts and then bake them for a final crisping. (Art Smith)