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This creamy hot oat bran cereal is so yummy, its even got me to switch over from my usual morning bowl of oatmeal to this hearty dish.
to feel bulletproof!
This healthy and hearty vegetarian meatloaf freezes well after it's baked. Just wrap well, label, and freeze. Let meatloaf thawe in the fridge overnight, then reheat at 350 degrees For 20-30 minutes until hot.
3 cholesterol busters, Ginger, Tumerivc and garlic!
great side dish
This complete meat-free meal is an easy to prepare, colorful, and flavorful addition to your Healthiest Way of Eating. The pungent taste of mustard greens and the sweetness of the sweet potatoes is a wonderful combination giving you a great way to enjoy the many health benefits from this recipe.
Decadent but worth it!
A healthy version!
Kimchi Fried Rice (Bokumbap) is humble food that is mostly enjoyed at home, but you might also see it in some casual Korean eateries. At home, it's a great way to use leftover kimchi that's a bit past its prime. I almost always make it if we have leftover rice and/or kimchi, and usually use Canadian bacon as a protein if I have it. Quick, easy, and cheap to make, kimchi bokumbap is simple Korean homecooking at its best.
Firstly you'll need to soak dried TVP in hot water to re-hydrate it. For this recipe we'll make a mixture which will eventually make four patties, so we'll soak ¾ of a cup of TVP in a covered bowl with ¾ cup boiling water and leave to soak for 15 minutes.
You can form the TVP mixture into patties straight way, however we recommend you cover and refrigerate the mixture for at least 20 minutes so it firms up and makes it easier to shape. When you do form the mixture into patties, simply divide the mixture into quarters and roll each quarter into a ball before flattening it down into a patty by pressing the mixture between your hands.
Once all the mixture is formed into patties, add two tablespoons of canola or peanut oil to a small bowl and brush this oil evenly over both sides of each patty. Next, heat a large frying pan over a medium heat and add the burger patties (make sure the pan is nice and hot before adding the patties or they'll stick). Fry for 3 minutes each side.
Finally, cut four hamburger buns in half and top the bottom half of each bun with the cooked burger patty, a little thinly sliced sharp/tasty cheese (about ½ ounce or 15 grams), four or five pickle slices, 1½ tablespoons of ketchup, a drizzle of American-style mustard, sliced raw onion, sliced tomato and shredded iceberg lettuce. Place the top of the bun on the burgers and microwave each one for 30 seconds to heat through and melt the cheese.
The toad is sausage and the hole is Yorkshire pudding batter. This version is very easy to do and makes a few good sausages go a long way.
see below, I havent 'counted' spices etc, but they are below :)
The only hard bit of this recipe is spelling its name. Honestly, this is cannelloni made easy.
Obviously, you can change brands, and use canned tomatoes instead of soup :)