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Soup That Makes You Smarter - I don't bother steaming the carrots, I just cook them in the broth till they are soft.
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28 Simple & Natural Ways to Detox your Body
Soup That Makes You Smarter
Pork Tenderloin with Seasoned Rub: surprisingly simple, unbelievably delicious, kid-friendly, cheap, and healthy! Freezer meal directions included.
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Pork Tenderloin with Seasoned Rub (olive oil, garlic powder, oregano, cumin, coriander, thyme). Freezer meal directions included.
Serve with baked potato and corn on the cob
pork tenderlion seasoning freezer meal
Pork Tenderloin with Seasoned Rub - Thriving Home
Picture of Roasted Winter Vegetables Recipe 1 pound carrots, peeled 1 pound parsnips, peeled 1 large sweet potato, peeled 1 small butternut squash, peeled and seeded (about 2 pounds) 3 tablespoons good olive oil 1 1/2 teaspoons kosher salt 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 2 tablespoons chopped flat-leaf parsley
Roasted Winter Vegetables Recipe
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My favorite roasted vegetables!!! Delicious! Barefoot Contessa Roasted Winter Vegetables Recipe : Ina Garten : Food Network
barefoot contessa's roasted root vegetables
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Cesar Salad Dressing
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Ceasar Salad Dressing recipe
Caesar Salad Recipe
Caesar Salad Dressing Recipe
Caesar Salad. Best food in the world.
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This is my go-to recipe for taco seasoning. I stopped bringing it from the States because this is MSG free and my guests complimented the exceptional seasoning. Just make sure your spices aren't too old.
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Taco seasoning recipe
I have already made homemade taco seasoning. Totally worth it! For 1 lb. of ground beef, use 2 tablespoons of seasoning mix and ¾ cup water to the ground beef. Simmer, stir and drain.
lawry's taco spices & seasoning mix (copycat recipe)
Homemade Taco Seasoning Mix | Brown Eyed Baker
Tomato Bisque Recipe: This soup was very good! I used three pounds of fresh tomatoes (cut them in half and put them in the blender w/ a little water) instead of canned. My guest said it was "like Panera's, but better" I will be making it again.
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Made this again for the tenth time tonight. It's so good! Tomato Bisque Recipe (Panera Bread Fake-Out)
Tomato Bisque Recipe. Panera copy cat.
Tomato Bisque Recipe (Panera Bread Fake-Out) - Thriving Home
Mexican Skillet Black Beans: this is a yummy and healthy side perfect for any fiesta. I've tried the recipe with tomato juice and salsa, the salsa is better but a hassle to make.
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Market to Meal: Mexican Skillet Black Beans
This Fajita marinade is the best! and that is coming from a New Mexican with high standards.
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Friend Julie says, "This Fajita marinade is the best! and that is coming from a New Mexican with high standards."
Millet, Oat and Apple Muffins. This is the first GF muffin recipe I've ever tried. They turned out great! I used 2 tsp Chinese sesame sauce instead of tahini and I just used more millet flour instead of Quinoa flour. FYI, Muscovado sugar is the same as Chinese 红糖.
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Millet Oat Apple Muffins - la tartine gourmande (so yummy, and just the right sweetness. my current favorite!)
La Tartine Gourmande | cooking-spree
"Real Food" Green Bean Casserole
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real food green bean casserole
green bean recipe without canned soup
A yummy and light whole wheat pizza crust. Be sure to soak it! I've tried it both ways and it does make a difference.
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Whole wheat pizza recipe
Best pizza!! Whole wheat pizza crust (recipe makes 4 crusts--and they freeze perfectly).
Healthy pizza dough recipe
Homemade Pizza Crust | Passionate Homemaking
This homemade ginger salad dressing is awesome! I love the flavor and that it lasts 3 weeks.
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Lemon Pepper Salad Dressing Recipe
Doc's Ginger Salad Dressing...you will never go back to bottled salad dressings again.
Doc's Ginger Salad Dressing! Yum! #SummerFoodie
Homemade ranch dressing WITHOUT mayo!
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ranch dressing mix
Ranch Dressing 1/3 Cup Buttermilk (or Whole Milk + 1/4 tsp. Vinegar; White Wine or Apple Cider Vinegars are good) 1/2 Cup Plain Yogurt 2 cloves garlic or 1 tsp. Garlic Powder 1/2 tsp. Lemon Juice 1/2 tsp. Sea Salt 1/2 tsp. ground Celery Seed 1/2 tsp. Cane Juice Sugar Syrup, Maple Syrup, or Honey 1/4 tsp ground Pepper 1/2 tsp. dried Parsley Dash Paprika Combine well, refrigerate 1-2 hrs
Mayo Free Ranch
Homemade ranch dressing recipe.
Homemade Tomato Soup
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From scratch tomato soup recipe. For all of the tomatoes coming out of our garden.
Homemade tomato basil soup from passionate homemaking
Best homemade soup ever
Tomato Soup - Used 2 cups of Chicken Broth instead of 1. Great way to close out our tomatoes in our garden!
One Hour Dinner Rolls - I made these tonight. They are so pretty and easy!
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Rolls ready to rise - with video of forming rosette shape
One Hour Dinner Rolls | Tammy's Recipes
DIY Pita Bread - I made this once and it turned out very well. Just be sure that you flour the surface you let them rise on and carefully transfer them into the oven. If you are too rough they won't puff.
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Homemade Pita Bread Recipe **Thank you Under the High Chair**
super easy home made pita bread !!
DIY: Pita Bread.... I've been looking for a good pita recipe, looks like this may be it!
Wimbush Family Pita Bread | Under the High Chair
Super Easy Pita Bread Recipe. Under the High Chair: DIY: Pita Bread
this site has some great MSG free salad dressing recipes. So far, I've tried ranch and lemon poppy seed and liked them both.
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Homemade dressings &sauces
Teriyaki, Lemon Poppyseed, Ranch, & Caesar Salad Dressing
Homemade salad dressings. Yum. We use the Caesar dressing as a marinade for chicken.
Corn Chowder with Chilies
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Corn Chowder with Chilies. The Pioneer Woman Recipe.
Chilies in corn Chowder vary the heat for little ones or big crowds can have a mild AND a spicy batch of smoky, balcony goodness! Credit: The Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond
Corn chowder with Chilies by The Pioneer Women
Corn Chowder with Chilies. The Pioneer Woman. I made this using 2% milk instead of Heavy Cream, and 3 Chipotle Chili Peppers in Adobo Sauce instead of 2. Delicious! Perfect heat from the chili and sweet from the corn. Maybe next time reduce corn to 3 ears and substitute with some diced potato or squash for a heartier winter soup...
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Homemade Deli-style roast beef! reminds me I need to sharpen my knife...
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Home made roast beef
Forget the deli. Make your own roast beef at home. It’s simple and typically way more economical than hitting the deli counter every week—plus, you can personalize your roast beast with whatever flavors you like. All you need is a piece of meat, a few spices, and a really sharp knife. Deli-Style Homemade Roast Beef: Stretch your grocery dollars These days, I don’t know anyone who isn’t pinching at least a few pennies. This is a great way to save on your deli bill—and your lunch tab—without spending a ton of extra time in the kitchen. Once you season the meat, your oven does all the work. For a price comparison, my eye round roast was $3.69/lb. When I checked the deli case at my local grocery store last night, they were selling their store-brand roast beef for $9.49/lb. Not a bad savings, eh? (That said, these are Boston prices. I’d love to know if the story is different in your neck of the woods.) Make this with an eye round roast. You might also find this cut labeled “round eye roast” or “round eye pot roast.” You can substitute bottom round and top round as well. You’ll just need to mess around with the timing a little. Now, the eye round is a relatively tough piece of meat. Not a problem. You can fix that quickly by slicing it paper thin (or as thin as you can get it), against the grain. Deli-Style Homemade Roast Beef: How to slice a roast against the grain Wait, against the grain? Mouse, what do you mean? Here you go: The thinner you slice your meat, the more tender it will be. Deli-Style Homemade Roast Beef: A note on method and timing I follow Chris Schlesinger & John Willoughby’s roast beef technique from their fabulous book, How to Cook Meat. Get your copy for $17.96 at Amazon—that’s more than 25% off the $24.95 list price. (Pricing is accurate as of this posting and is subject to change.) These guys have a great theory about cooking meat: Cooking time depends more on meat shape than it does on weight. Which makes a lot of sense. If you think about it, you could have a roast and a steak that are exactly the same weight, but their cooking times will vary greatly based on their different shapes. The roast will take longer because it’s rounder and thicker. The steak’s weight is distributed across a flatter, thinner shape, so it’ll cook faster. They explain that since eye round roasts are always about the same shape (that of a small-ish football), they always cook them for about 50 minutes, regardless of weight. I’ve used this method for years, and I couldn’t agree more. Deli-Style Homemade Roast Beef: Customize your roast beef My recipe makes a simple, fairly traditional roast beef. Because it’s blasted at 500 degrees for 20 minutes, I use ground spices. I’m fairly sure that fresh garlic, etc., would burn in that time. For the same reason, I don’t use anything with sugar in it. Customize your roast with different spices. Here are a few ideas: +Five spice powder + ground garlic + ground ginger +Cayenne + celery salt + powdered rosemary +Cumin + chili flakes + ground garlic Deli-Style Homemade Roast Beef: How do I know when it’s done? One thing to note. The eye round is a pretty lean cut of meat, so the longer you cook it, the drier it can become. Just a good thing to know. It will be at its juiciest at rare or medium rare. This is one of the rare cases where I actually do use a meat thermometer. 120 F = rare 126 F = medium-rare 134 F = medium 150 F = medium-well 160 F = well done My roast came out medium-rare. I yanked it out of the oven after 50 minutes, when it was about 126 degrees. Deli-Style Homemade Roast Beef 1 beef eye round roast olive oil freshly cracked black pepper kosher salt garlic powder onion powder Season the meat Preheat your oven to 500 degrees. Line a sheet pan or roasting pan with foil. Put a roasting rack in the pan on top of the foil. Set aside. Grab your roast out of the fridge. Give it a quick rinse under cold water. Pat it completely dry. Drizzle the meat with a little olive oil. This is imprecise. Use enough oil to coat your roast completely. With your hands, rub the meat on all sides to coat with oil. Sprinkle evenly with freshly cracked black pepper. I like my roast beef peppery, so I used a lot. But like I said, the seasoning is totally up to you. Be sure to get underneath and on the ends, too. Sprinkle all sides with kosher salt, to taste. If you’re concerned about sodium in deli meats, this is a great way to control your intake. We tend to like a fair amount of salt on our roast beef, so I was generous. Dust all sides with garlic powder and onion powder. When your roast is completely seasoned, pat it down with your hands to help the spices adhere. My seasoned roast looked like this: Roast & tent your beast! When your roast is seasoned, place it on the rack in your prepared pan. Pop the pan into your preheated 500 degree oven. Roast at 500 degrees for 20 minutes. Then drop temperature to 300 degrees for another 30 minutes. For a medium rare roast, your meat should be in the oven for a total of 50 minutes cooking time. If you’d like it rare, pull it out sooner. If you’d like it more well done, leave it in a little longer. Here’s that temperature chart again: 120 F = rare 126 F = medium-rare 134 F = medium 150 F = medium-well 160 F = well done After 50 minutes in the oven, my roast registered about 126 degrees or so. (To check the temperature, stick a meat thermometer into the center of your roast.) When it comes out of the oven, it should have a nice brown crust. Loosely tent a piece of foil over the meat for about 20 minutes when it comes out of the oven. After it’s rested for 20 minutes, it’s ready to slice! Slice it across the grain: Slice it as thinly as you can with a very sharp knife. The inside should be a lovely, rosy pink. Wrap your roast beef tightly and keep it in the fridge. Use it within maybe 4 days or so.
planning on modifying this for the crock-pot.
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Ginger beef curry
Arabic Food Recipes: Lamb Tagine Recipe - How to Make Lamb Tagine
Moroccan Lamb Tagine with Veggies
Taste of home :-)