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18/05/2018 shrimp recipes
Succulent shrimp is often a favorite when dining out, but it’s also quite simple to prepare at home. Add this to your recipe rotation so you can reap the waist-trimming benefits of a high-protein shrimp dish along with the bone-strengthening vitamin K via the fresh asparagus. When you are happy with the flavors of the curry, add the cooked shrimp back into the pan and simmer for just a minute or 2 longer, to reheat the shrimp (but you don’t want to cook it more).
Remove the shrimp from the grill, slide the shrimp from the skewer using a fork, and pile on a serving platter. Finally, stir the shrimp back into the curry and simmer just a little – only to reheat the shrimp (not to cook it further)...Read More
27/07/2017 soup recipes
Cooler nights call for liquid nourishment and these soup recipes are just what the doctor ordered! Recipe #1 from All Recipes This is the recipe I used this time, but I’ve made it both ways. Baking the meatballs is a fuss-free way to cook them without adding any fat, making this chunky, veggie-packed soup diabetes-friendly. These reader favorites are family-friendly, whether you want to stick with classics like All-American Chili and Loaded Potato Soup, or take a more adventurous route with Beef Tagine or Saffron Fish Stew.
Try the Low-Fat Vegetable Soup from Kitchen Parade, I think it has more nuance and texture. Our tom yum soup has got a kick from the chilli, but the lime juice in it cuts through it to balance it out...Read More