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Recipes I've Shared:
A caffeine free, vitamin c rich tea similar to yujacha or yuzu tea.
Add whatever vegetables you like. Choose low GI vegetables, or add corn, carrots, beans, leafy greens, parsnips, or meat. Vegetable or chicken stock also an option.
My grandmother's very simple recipe adapted for vegetarians (she adds hamburger).
Budget friendly recipe. Easily stretches 1 can of tuna quite far by simply adding chickpeas (adding eggs stretches further and adds considerable protein).
This dish is a party favorite. When it isn't made there are many dissapointed faces and pouts. Adapted from a newspaper recipe from 1999 and made healthier and more flavorful with chipotle flavor.
A Yankee's attempt at a classic Korean dish. This is a spicy high sodium dish.
This recipe was meant to be prepared with fresh and "easy reading" ingredients (the shorter the ingredient list the better). Easily made into a vegan or meat eaters version. Highly recommended to use no salt added ingredients and the lowest sodium seasoning you can find or make yourself.