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Baked Indo-Chinese Chilli Chicken Curry

By Karen Burns-Booth Baked Indo-Chinese Chilli Chicken Curry – This delicious Indo-Chinese chilli chicken dish sits half way between a curry and a stir-fry, but it baked for a healthy alternative with no extra oil added. It tastes like an authentic Chinese chilli chicken or curry dish, one that you might enjoy in a high-end Chinese restaurant, and it can be started the night before you want to serve it. Baking all of the ingredients together means that you only have one dish to wash up too, for the win!

Chinese New Year 2018
Year of the Dog

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Rainbow Rice Salad Jars Recipe

By Grace Hall Today I have a fun and easy make ahead lunch recipe for you – rainbow rice salad jars! These beautiful salad jars can be made in advance for grab and go lunches all week long.

This delicious rice salad recipe has a really simple, child-friendly dressing, so kids will love eating them too! They’re easy to make in bulk for a showstopping healthy party food idea, or when summer arrives, you could pack some up to take some along on a family picnic.

Why not get the kids get involved and let them choose which fruit and vegetables to pack in their …read more

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Fettuccine Alfredo with Mushrooms

By Nick Evans If you’re a beginner cook, or even an intermediate one, it may not cross your mind to try making alfredo sauce from scratch. For me, it seemed just a tiny bit out of reach for years. Then one day, I gave it a try and quickly found myself saying, “Oh. That was really easy.”
Alfredo is one of the most underrated sauces—it’s made with just a few pantry staples, it’s always satisfying, and it’s surprisingly easy to make at home.
Every home cook should have a recipe at the ready for quick weeknight dinners. It’s certainly not just for restaurant dining!
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15 Vegetarian Quinoa Recipes for Every Meal

By Erin Alderson For some time, I backed away from quinoa a bit. It became so popular that it was everywhere (and still is to a certain extent). I moved on from quinoa and dove into all the other grains. And yet, it still remains one of my favorite grains (especially now that it’s being successfully grown in the United States.) It’s great as a grain bowl base, as addition to soups and salads, and I especially love quinoa in granola. Quinoa is great with many different vegetables and fruits- a perfect all-season addition. Below are 15 of my favorite vegetarian quinoa recipes …read more

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No-Bake Peanut Butter Rice Crispy Bars Recipe

By Grace Hall These easy peanut butter rice crispy bars have just 3 ingredients and take just minutes to prepare! They’re fun to make with the kids and perfect for an easy after school snack or to take along to a family picnic.

Naturally dairy free and with absolutely no marshmallows in sight, these easy no bake bars make a great healthier alternative to shop bought cereal bars. Use sugar free puffed rice and sugar free peanut butter to bring down the sugar levels or swap the puffed rice cereal for gluten free rice crispies to keep them gluten free too.

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Creamy Blueberry, Banana and Coconut Porridge for the Perfect Breakfast

By Jacqueline Meldrum I have to hold my hands up and admit I’m the worst person at eating breakfast. When I head to work in the morning I never eat breakfast. It’s just too early for me and I can’t face it. Somewhere between 9 am and 10 am is my optimum time to eat and enjoy breakfast. Before that? Nope! Not going to happen. I have to say in my house it’s do what I say and not what I do, so Cooper never leaves the house without a tummy full of breakfast, which is usually a hearty bowl of porridge.I do …read more

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Skillet Pork Chops with Cabbage

By Sheryl Julian It’s hard to get really excited by cabbage—it seems so ordinary! But when I was in southern Germany recently, I enjoyed some truly outstanding cabbage with pork.
I knew instantly what made it so good: the cabbage was cooked low and slow in plenty of pork fat, and the pork served alongside was incredibly juicy. It was a memorable meal, and that wasn’t just the German beer talking.
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Giving Up Sugar – 15 Easy Ways to Beat Sugar Cravings

By Grace Hall This month I am giving up refined sugar in aid of Cancer Research UK, and at just over 2 weeks in, I’m still hanging on in there! Last week I shared my daily diary for my first week of sugar free February, but this week I’ve decided to share my top tips for beating sugar cravings, which you’ll find further down this post. I hope you find it useful.

You can learn more about my challenge and the rules that I have set for myself in my Sugar Free February introductory post, or head over to my fundraising page to …read more

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Instant Pot Pot Roast + Tutorial {Keto, Paleo, Whole 30, Gluten-Free}

By Bintu Looking for the BEST Instant Pot Pot Roast Recipe? You’ve found it! This pot roast recipe (using fresh or frozen pot roast) is tender, flavourful and the perfect one-pot meal. Suitable for Keto, Paleo, Whole 30 and gluten-free dieters.
Continue reading Instant Pot Pot Roast + Tutorial {Keto, Paleo, Whole 30, Gluten-Free} at Recipes From A Pantry. …read more

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Strawberry Heart Topped Mini Pancake Stacks Recipe

By Grace Hall Valentine’s Day may be over for another year, but I have one more heart themed recipe to share with you. These cute mini pancake stacks are topped with strawberry hearts and are a great way to say ‘I love you’ with a special breakfast any day of the year!

I really love making these cute mini pancakes (and the kids love eating them!), they’re fluffy, delicious and always seem much easier to get right than full sized ones! If you use a squeezy bottle to dispense the pancake mixture, it makes it really easy to get perfect circles too – just …read more

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Meal Plan for February Week 3

By Megan Gordon I don’t know about you, but we had a lot of Valentine’s treats around the house last week, so I’m excited about jumping into the kitchen to get some real food back on the table!
For this week’s meal plan, there’s quite a bit you can tackle over the weekend to make your dinners during the week a little easier.
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Mushroom stroganoff pie

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche There have been a few hints of spring in the air lately, but rather than wishing the time away, I thought I’d make the most of the last few weeks of winter with a cosy, warming dinner – mushroom stroganoff pie! For some reason, both of the mushroom stroganoff recipes on this site (15 minute mushroom stroganoff; Crock-Pot mushroom stroganoff) are super popular, so I thought I’d scratch your stroganoff itch one more time. I aim to please!

There are a lot of mushrooms in this mushroom stroganoff pie. The recipe isn’t incorrect – you really do need to use all …read more

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Chinese Scallion Pancakes – Happy New Year, Dog!

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) Happy Chinese New Year! It’s the Year of the Dog (and not the Manatee), and to celebrate I thought I’d show you my take on Chinese scallion pancakes. These fun-to-make flatbreads are a common fixture on menus around here, and while they all feature the same few ingredients, they come in a variety of thicknesses, which really affects the texture. The thinner you make these, the crispier they’ll be, but you won’t get that nice, layered, oniony inside. On the other hand, if you make them too thick, they can be a little doughy inside, so I try to shoot …read more

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Chamomile-Honey Hot Toddy

By Garrett McCord What is a Hot Toddy?
Children who are having trouble falling to sleep are often prescribed a glass of warm milk to help them nod off. Their parents, having spent the night cajoling, ordering and begging their children to go to bed, may need something a bit stronger.
Enter this chamomile hot toddy. It’s a drink of whiskey, honey, and lemon mixed with chamomile tea to help you doze off in no time.
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PROMO: Un Tito’s Contigo

By Culinary Road Trips Puerto Rico Tito’s Handmade Vodka crea experiencias para el consumidor que patrocinan el arte y al comerciante local
San Juan, Puerto Rico, 15 de febrero de 2018—Como parte de los esfuerzos de Tito’s Handmade Vodka en distinguirse dentro del mercado puertorriqueño y continuar creando alianzas con empresarios y artistas locales, durante el mes de febrero, la marca ha estado llevando a cabo su tradicional evento Un Tito’s Contigo, con un enfoque muy singular. Se trata de la unión con la artista puertorriqueña Mya Pagán y cuatro restaurantes del área metropolitana.
Este año, Un Tito’s Contigo se enfoca en crear una experiencia de brunch …read more

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Dill Beet Chickpea Salad

By Erin Alderson
I have a problem at farmers’ markets: I can never leave without beets. I think that every variety is gorgeous and I’ll always find a use for them (both the greens and roots). This is my seasonal, forward-thinking salad. The dill and lemon brighten the salad to make it feel more like a spring dish. There are many different ways you can switch up the flavors, as I mention below, but one of my favorites is to add greens.
and see the recipe.
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6 Noodle Fanatics Share Their Favorite Noodle Dishes in NYC for Lunar New Year

By Liza de Guia With the Year of the Dog fast approaching and my waistband so effortlessly expanding, I asked a few noodle-loving friends to share their favorite noodle dishes to help slurp in the Lunar New Year. Spring Festival, as some call it, is one of those celebrations I always look forward to in New York: the packed red & gold Chinatown parades, the pop of street fireworks, the endless lines for seats at your favorite Asian restaurants. These grand celebrations are an invitation to all cultures to come together and feast. So, gather your friends, eat good noodles and wish each other …read more

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Shrimp and Grits

By Hank Shaw A Classic Southern Dish
Shrimp and grits is one of those iconic Southern dishes that stir something deep inside those who grew up with them.
Originally from the oceanic South—Georgia, the Low Country coast of the Carolinas and Gulf Coast states all have their versions—this homey bowl of awesome was historically a simple fisherman’s breakfast: Grits, with some bacon and a few shrimp tossed on top.
If you’ve ever eaten it, you can understand why shrimp and grits has burst from the seaside shrimp shanties.
The grits are soft, buttery, and often cheesy, with a savory, bacon-studded sauce surrounding them, and lots and lots …read more

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The Easiest Instant Pot Whole Chicken Recipe + Tutorial {Paleo, Keto, Whole 30}

By Bintu You’ve found the best and easiest Instant Pot whole chicken recipe. This recipe takes less than 45 mins and produces a moist and flavourful chicken – total perfection. The recipe is suitable for Paleo, Keto, and Whole 30 dieters.
Continue reading The Easiest Instant Pot Whole Chicken Recipe + Tutorial {Paleo, Keto, Whole 30} at Recipes From A Pantry. …read more

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Beet, Grape & Cream Cheese Salad with Herby Yogurt Dressing (vegan)

By Jacqueline Meldrum This beet, grape and cream cheese salad is a big tasty salad for one. It’s all singing and dancing. It has salad leaves and cucumber as the base and it given a ping with some tasty pickled baby beets, which have the tang of vinegar and a slight sweetness. There is sweetness from the grapes, salty crunch from the pistachios and a hit of fresh herbs and garlic in the creamy yogurt dressing.Oh yes my friends this is a winner.And it’s all mine. Well actually it was all Graham’s. I told him I’d make him a tasty lunch on Valentine’s …read more

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Fudgy Gluten-Free Vegan Brownies

By Megan Gordon We have a lot of friends on a variety of restrictive diets right now, and as someone who loves to entertain, I wanted to make sure I had a treat that everyone could eat. But first and foremost, it had to be something everyone would actually want to eat.
I began scheming up a super fudgy, no-frills brownie that could be gluten-free, egg-free, and dairy-free — and still leave us all reaching for more. Mission accomplished.
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