Kung Pao chicken, a classic Chinese takeout dish of stir-fried chicken, peanuts, and vegetables, is easy to make at home. Today’s recipe is spicy chicken with peanuts, similar to what is served in Chinese restaurants. It is easy to make and forgiving. Add a vegetable like broccoli, substitute cashews for peanuts, or bamboo shoots for the water chestnuts. Use half the crushed red pepper for a milder sauce. It’s still a great quick meal.Read More
If you want to create filling meals that don’t take any time at all then I have just what you need. The recipes below are not only quick, tasty, and healthy, but they also won’t cost a lot to make. We all have days where you are in a crunch and need to have dinner on the table in minutes. If this were winter, I would start with a few sheet pan meals which has the complete meal in one pan. For me it is already summer hot here in Florida, and I will save sheet pan meals for fall and winter. I will, however, include Stuffed Peppers as they are a favorite of mine, but they do take a few more minutes to fix.Read More
Spring has always been my favorite time of year. Nature seems to wake up after the winter sleep. Green shoots push through the ground and the snow begins to melt. I know we’re looking forward to spring, and I’ve trying some new healthy recipes. What about you? If eating healthier is on your to-do list this year, I’ve got some easy ways to incorporate healthy foods into your diet without sacrificing taste or spending hours in the kitchen.