Chicken Thighs with Artichoke Hearts and Feta Cheese - This is a quick Greek inspired chicken dish and a great way to make boneless chicken thighs. Adjustments: Use full fat feta. Also, I wonder if I could do it with chicken tenders instead of thighs?
Grilled Flank Steak with Black Beans Corn and Tomatoes - This steak dish has a fiesta of flavors, the flank steak is seasoned with cumin and garlic and grilled to perfection, then topped with a fresh black bean, corn and tomato salad for a quick and tasty family friendly weeknight meal. 6points+ #weightwatchers #lowcarb
I seem to be on a banana kick lately. These simple, guiltless baked bananas taste similar to Bananas Foster and you'll swear there's butter in there! Great served with whipped cream, fro-yo, chopped nuts, raisins or even served with oatmeal. Bananas are so good for you, they are naturally sweet and rich in potassium, which plays an important role decreasing the risk of high blood pressure and stroke. Enjoy this for dessert or breakfast! Baked Bananas Skinnytaste.com Servings: 1 • Size: 1…
Chicken breast stuffed with prosciutto and sage in a light white wine sauce. I get this dish all the time from my favorite Italian restaurant, but theirs is loaded with butter (butter makes everything taste soo good!). The challenge of making this without all the fat yet keeping the chicken moist took me a few attempts. Last attempt was perfection! Rich and decadent, you would never think "light" when eating this. This dish is restaurant quality! For the olive oil spray I always use my…
Filipino Adobo Chicken | Skinnytaste Ingredients: 8 chicken legs on the bone (skin removed) 1/3 cup low sodium soy sauce 1/3 cup apple cider vinegar 1 small head of garlic, crushed 6 ground peppercorns 4 bay leaves 1 jalapeño, chopped (optional)
Chicken Thighs with Shallots in Red Wine Vinegar. THIS IS DELICIOUS. I left out the wine (had none) and substituted green onions for shallots, because it was all I had. Served with couscous and frozen veggies because again - that's all I had.
Just because you’ve always ordered pad Thai from a restaurant doesn’t mean you can’t cook it yourself. The same goes for takeout classics like General Tso’s chicken, tikka masala and even sushi. Try these recipes to get the same great taste with less guilt.