Tag Archives: garlic

Quinoa, Feta & Turkey Stuffed Peppers

6 Mar


Who doesn’t love a nice stuffed pepper surprise hidden in the Sunday sauce?  Well that’s exactly what I slipped into this Sundays pot when I was cooking up my meals for the week.   The recipe is slightly complex as there are a lot of separate ingredients that need to come together in order for this succulent green stuffed surprise to really make you moan!

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Garlic & Lemon Roasted Broccoli

27 Feb

When it comes to vegetables I have 2 rules:

Rule #1: Buy the freshest produce I can get my hands on

Rule #2: Keep it simple

There is nothing simpler then squeezing some fresh lemon over some fresh broccoli and roasting in the oven until the tips get nice and chard.  One of my favorite ways to prepare these and most other veggies for that matter.


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Balsamic Glazed Roasted Aspargus

27 Feb

Asparagus are one of my all time favorite vegetable for a number of different reasons, yes they make your pee smell, which I am not going to lie….I kinda like it.  But there are a number of health benefits to eating asparagus as well, I have listed some here below I “borrowed these from http://www.eatingwell.com:


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Turkey for Me, Turkey for You

27 Feb

Turkey, it has been associated with all things clean and lean in the cooking realm of healthy eating.  Since my journey for over all wellness began “Turkey” has become a major staple in my diet.  Whether its turkey breast, chop meat, bacon or cold cuts, turkey is on the menu at least 4 times a week in mi casa.  The versatility and ease of preparation make this staple one of the most fun and versatile ingredients to work with.  Today creation is an overload of turkey goodness!!


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Baked Stuffed Chicken topped w/ Homemade Raspberry Cream Sauce

25 Feb

This is one of those dishes that was going to start out as a boring old baked chicken dish and then it turned into something spectacular along the way!!

Bake in a 350 degree oven for 30-45 minutes depending on the thickness of the breast. If unsure use a meat thermometer 160 degrees is optimal for a nice juicy inside!

Bake in a 350 degree oven for 30-45 minutes depending on the thickness of the breast. If unsure use a meat thermometer 160 degrees is optimal for a nice juicy inside!

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