Sunday, 29 November 2015

Broccoli Stir Fry

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Stir Fry Recipes

The Thanksgiving weekend is coming to an end for our southern neighbours and with the tradition of an abundance of delicious food, it is okay to consume whatever you see in sight every now. I know I enjoy doing this but as a new week starts and with the holiday season food fest just around the corner its a great time to eat something nutritious and healthy. I enjoy my stir fry but the calorie count can rise quite quickly depending on the ingredients and sauces we add to the meal but I have come up with a tasty, filling and more importantly with a low calorie count. I always make sure to load up on vegetables for just about any meal but a vegetarian stir fry is all about the vegetables. You will need to make sure you have a large size wok and the key ingredient is of course broccoli, use a food chopper to pulse the broccoli florets, you can use frozen broccoli if you like just make sure to let it thaw and add all your favourite vegetables. When it comes to soy sauce if you use a low sodium kind then you may want to add some salt to the stir fry. The best about this stir fry is that you can also use it for a side if you want to have something more then just vegetables.

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MORE VEGETABLE RECIPES
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STEAM TO SKILLET VEGETABLES
MACARONI VEGETABLE SOUP
LEMON ZESTED BRUSSEL SPROUTS
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Broccoli Stir Fry Recipe 
Prep Time: 15 minutes  Cook Time: 12 minutes  Servings: 4

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Wednesday, 11 November 2015

Lunch Time Tacos II

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Taco Recipes


The taco craze continues in my kitchen as after a few different attempts I feel that I have found a quick and delicious taco recipe that everyone will enjoy making. Tacos can be a messy treat but that is half the fun in making them to eat. You can add any toppings that you enjoy any flavour you wish from mild to medium to hot. I  always lean to hot but not all peoples palates can be like mine, so adjust yours accordingly. You will need to use a large size skillet to cook the ground beef and I like the stand and stuff taco shells, mostly because you can load more into them, fill them with all your favourite ingredients, use any cheese you like and don't forget the hot sauce. One trick I like to use if you are using a tonne of toppings is to press it down with a butter knife before you add the cheese and hot sauce and the key to these tacos is the clubhouse skillet sauce, it cuts your cooking time and more importantly that means that you can make these any day of the week, even after a hard day at work where time is not your friend.

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MORE BEEF RECIPES
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LUNCH TIME CHILI TACOS
TRIPLE CHEESE HAMBURGER 
SIRLOIN STEAK GOURMET SANDWICH
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Lunch Time Tacos II Recipe
Prep Time: 10 minutes  Cook Time: 20 minutes  Servings: 8

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