I’ve been trying to get more salmon into mine and my husband’s diet. Since salmon is rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, and it’s a great source of protein, I’m more than happy to incorporate this fast and easy 4 Ingredient Jammin Salmon recipe into my menu plan on a semi-regular basis.
Light & Fit
For a while now I’ve been noticing that egg cups and eggs baked in muffin tins have become all the rage. It was after watching a particular video on Facebook that I decided to make my own.
The difference you may notice in mine is that I added quinoa to the mix because I’d had some leftover in the fridge and I thought it would be a tasty (and healthy) addition to an already tasty and healthy breakfast option.
This delicious Pea & Farro Salad can be served hot or cold. I’ve eaten it both ways and I honestly can’t choose which way I like best. I’m curious what you think, so when you make it (and I positively hope you do), please write me back and let me know.
Since tenderness isn’t the issue with a pork tenderloin, it’s the flavor which can sometimes be lacking. This Honey Dijon Pork Tenderloin with Breadcrumbs & Lemon is anything but bland. You’ll love the tiny hint of sweet from the honey which marries well with the mild flavor of the Dijon mustard and fresh zest of lemon.
Since a traditional satay sauce is peanut butter based, I thought I’d do a play on a PB & J by adding in season, plump and juicy Florida strawberries to the satay sauce. The result is a sweet and savory dipping sauce which pairs wonderfully well with grilled chicken. To say the kids will love this dish of Chicken with Strawberry Satay Sauce is an understatement! After all, who wouldn’t love a dipping sauce that tastes like a peanut butter and strawberry jelly sandwich?
The majority of the recipes you’ll find here on Kudos Kitchen are my own original creations. However, from time to time because of my blog I’m approached by publishing houses about doing cookbook reviews. This post (and the recipe for Healthy Broccoli Salad) is one such review. All the opinions I share are 100% my own.
This recipe for Easy Colorful Holiday Vegetable Saute is one I originally shared back in 2013 but thought it was time to give it a little updated love and attention.
If you’re looking for a fall salad with all the colors of fall and can be eaten as a main course or side dish, then look no further!
I made this chopped fall fruit & vegetable salad to bring to a dinner party a couple of weeks ago, and it was such a hit that I was asked to blog about the recipe as soon as possible!
If you’re a taco Tuesday type of gal, then you may want to switch things up just a wee little bit by serving these Healthy Southwestern Turkey Taco Stuffed Avocados. If, by chance, you don’t think these are your style because you’d be missing the crunch from a traditional taco shell, then why not crunch a few chips over the top to garnish? This way you still have the crunch you desire, but you’ll also be cutting back on a few of the carbs as well.
Since I’m not one to shy away from a challenge (a mental challenge I gave to myself), I decided to make my own broccoli cauliflower vegetable tots and the results were every bit as tasty (even more so) than what I’d purchased in the market. Plus, since I’d made them myself I knew exactly what is in them, and now so do you!