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This is from the Clean Eating magazine.
This is good as a side or main dish.
Yogurt made using your oven
Jamie Eason's "Oh Baby!" protein bar modified
This recipe can be served with or without a wrap. The recipe calls for Spring Roll Wraps which can be found on the Asian isle of most grocery stores.
This recipe makes a large batch. We put it on eggs, fish, chicken, salad, scoop it with celery & cook with it.
This is a great Indian-inspired dish that does not require marinating. It's great served over rice or quinoa. The curry leaves are optional. Curry leaves taste vaguely citrus-y and slightly bitter, they do not taste like curry.
Soaking the potatoes in a salt-sugar solution draws out some of their water, so they brown, rather than steam, in the oven.
I found this recipe on-line from The Hairy Bikers, original recipe submitted by Simon King & David Myers. I modified it slightly. You can make your own Garam Masala spice blend or purchase a blend from your grocery store.
Chicken chili served in polenta lined bowls.
I modified a Rachael Ray recipe using chicken, peppers, celery, and omitting a few other ingredients.
Ancho Chili peppers pods are dried and usually found on the international isle in the grocery store.
Recipe from The Ultra-Metabolism Cookbook
Roasting results in plump, tasty shrimp with no dryness. Very little olive oil is absorbed during roasting. Serve as warm or chilled, great on salads.
Modified recipe from Dr. Oz
From Rachael Ray
This is a wheat free, lower fat, low sodium version of a Rachael Ray recipe.
A delicious light desert from Tosca Reno's Eat Clean Cookbook
This is a modified recipe from the Clean Eating magazine. It is excellent!
This is from the Clean Eating magazine
The prep & cooking time is short because the rice & chicken have been cooked a head of time.