Roasted Broccoli With Lemon Garlic Vinaigrette Recipe Eatingwell Roasted Broccoli With Lemon Garlic Vinaigrette
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It is also nice to know what you are really eating. For breakfast I believe that fresh fruit is the best way to go. I especially like melon and papaya. For lunch I eat more fruit like apples bananas and perhaps some almonds or walnuts. It s better to eat many little healthy meals during the day. I try to buy only organic fruits however sometimes when I am rushed I purchase "ready to go" containers of mixed fruit at the grocery store. Try to stay away from pineapple as I find it hard to digest. How about starters in the evening? Serving vegetables raw is the ultimate healthy way to present them. Try creating a beautiful platter of crudité (crew di tay) better known as elegant rabbit food. Serve it with a savory tofu dip. Use cauliflower broccoli English cucumbers radishes green & yellow zucchinis Belgium endive carrot sticks whole small mushrooms or whatever appeals to you. Cut the vegetables in bite size pieces for dipping.
The Belgium endive is a natural edible scoop for dipping. Just cut off the ends and peel off the leaves. Make the tofu dip by putting one package of soft or silken tofu in a food processor or blender adding garlic powder cumin paprika and chopped chives or parsley for flavor and color. Season with salt & pepper to taste. Add a little fresh squeezed lemon juice if the mixture is too thick. Process until smooth and creamy. If you are in a rush ready made dips and raw vegetable platters are available in the produce sections of most supermarkets but make a concerted effort to eat only organic if possible. I hope that you enjoy the following dishes. Even though I have cured myself of acid reflux I still cook these recipes on a regular basis. I prefer food slightly under cooked. Feel free to adjust the cooking times and seasonings to your own taste.
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For example instead of just serving plain old corn some new recipes include adding in some avocado and salsa and also some green and red peppers. Another way to spice up corn is to cook the entire cob on a grill with some lime juice and chili powder. Other side dish recipes that have been spiced up over the years include eggplant and green beans. Instead of just serving plain cooked eggplant many individual are opting to bake it and stuff it with things like bread crumbs and chopped shrimp. The recipe for doing this consist of taking four whole eggplants and washing them under hot water. The next step is to cut off the top of the eggplant and then take a sharp knife and cut the core out. Inside the cut out area put in some pieces of chopped shrimp and seasoned bread crumbs.