Herbed Garlic Butter Naan.

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This homemade herbed garlic butter naan is a slight variation on an HBH classic. It’s extra soft, doughy, chewy, and brushed generously with caramelized garlic herb butter. Quite honestly, you’ll have a hard time finding a better naan recipe out there. The best part, this bread is so easy make, and pretty difficult to mess up. […]

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Herbed Garlic Butter Naan.

Herbed Garlic Butter Naan | halfbakedharvest.com #naan #easyrecipes #bread #indian

This homemade herbed garlic butter naan is a slight variation on an HBH classic. It’s extra soft, doughy, chewy, and brushed generously with caramelized garlic herb butter. Quite honestly, you’ll have a hard time finding a better naan recipe out there. The best part, this bread is so easy make, and pretty difficult to mess up. […]

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Original source: https://www.halfbakedharvest.com/herbed-garlic-butter-naan/

Kale and Potato Soup with Turkey Sausage

Kale and Potato Soup with Turkey Sausage is an easy, hearty soup made with kale, potatoes, carrots and turkey or chicken sausage.

Kale and Potato Soup with Turkey Sausage is an easy, hearty soup made with kale, potatoes, carrots and turkey or chicken sausage.

Kale and Potato Soup with Turkey Sausage

This quick and easy soup is the perfect one-pot meal, and a tasty way to enjoy kale, which is high in vitamins K, A and C with both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits. Great for dinner, or meal prep if you like batch cooking because this recipe is freezer-friendly and tastes great reheated. A few more hearty soup recipes are Leftover Ham Bone Soup with Potatoes and Cabbage, Chicken Soup with Spinach and Whole Wheat Acini di Pepe and Chicken Sweet Potato and Kale Soup.

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Original source: https://www.skinnytaste.com/kale-and-potato-soup-with-turkey/

Sugar Free Cookies (Sweetened with Fruit!)

You can give your kids these soft, sweet, Sugar Free Cookies just about any time. Serve them for breakfast, tuck them in your big kids’ lunchboxes, or add one to your busy toddler’s snack plate.

sugar free cookies sweetened with bananas

Sugar, and sugary treats, are all around us. It can be exhausting trying to limit the amount of sugar your kids come in contact with. But there are surprisingly delicious and creative ways to enjoy sweet treats with your kids without adding any refined sugars at all!

Here’s one to try today: delicious, easy, “anytime” cookies that are 100% sugar free, sweetened only with whole fruits, and studded with whole grain oats.

These cookies have been a staple in our home for years. They’re a feel-good choice for snacking toddlers, and a smart addition to lunchboxes. If you’re the kind of person who likes to enjoy the best of both worlds (those worlds would be “healthy” and “indulgent” and we are all that kind of person) then it’s time to get baking!

sugar free oat cookies on a cooling rack

Sugar Free Cookies: How Do They Taste?

When you bite into these cookies, the first thing you notice is that they’re just plain delicious: gently sweet and flavorful, with soft chewy oats and raisins. If you’re skeptical they won’t have enough flavor without sugar, you’re in for a pleasant surprise.

The cookies boast a slightly crispy, caramelized taste at the edges, and an interior that’s moist and cinnamony. You and your kids will want to have two or three at once. And you can.

The secret to a delicious, nourishing sugar free cookie lies in the fruit. Some fruits can stand in for sugar in baked good recipes, like dates, mangoes, and applesauce–anything with a high sugar content. In this recipe, we use bananas. Bananas are naturally high in sugar, and they also help keep the texture of the cookies moist and fluffy.

healthy sugar free cookies on a plate with bananas

How to Make and Store Sugar Free Cookies

These cookies are ever-so-simple to make. The dough may look a bit more wet than your typical cookie dough, but don’t worry–it’ll turn nicely golden brown in the oven.

Because the cookies don’t change shape dramatically in the oven (unlike typical cookies,) it’s wise to flatten the dough/batter into the size and shape you want your cookies to be before you bake.

You can store them in the refrigerator to help them keep their color (banana-based baked goods can turn gray-ish left out on the countertop.) Let them come to room temperature before eating, or warm them up in the toaster oven for a few minutes.

Leftovers do freeze well, if you can restrain yourself long enough to freeze them.

kids picking up fresh homemade sugar free cookiessugar free cookies on a plate and cooling rack

Enjoy, and try some more low-sugar treats here:

Healthy Carrot & Apple Breakfast Cookies

Healthy Sugar Free Granola

50 Low Sugar Snacks for Kids

Sugar Free Cookies | Healthy Ideas and Recipes for Kids

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Kale and Potato Soup with Turkey Sausage

Kale and Potato Soup with Turkey Sausage is an easy, hearty soup made with kale, potatoes, carrots and turkey or chicken sausage.

Kale and Potato Soup with Turkey Sausage is an easy, hearty soup made with kale, potatoes, carrots and turkey or chicken sausage.

Kale and Potato Soup with Turkey Sausage

This quick and easy soup is the perfect one-pot meal, and a tasty way to enjoy kale, which is high in vitamins K, A and C with both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits. Great for dinner, or meal prep if you like batch cooking because this recipe is freezer-friendly and tastes great reheated. A few more hearty soup recipes are Leftover Ham Bone Soup with Potatoes and Cabbage, Chicken Soup with Spinach and Whole Wheat Acini di Pepe and Chicken Sweet Potato and Kale Soup.

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Easy Chinese Beef and Broccoli

 

Marinade
1/4 cup oyster sauce
3 tablespoons fish sauce
1 teaspoon regular soy sauce
1/4 cup beef stock
1 tablespoon toasted sesame oil
1 teaspoon grated fresh ginger
1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
4 cloves garlic, minced
Stir Fry
1 small flank steak or half of a large flank steak
1 medium onion, quartered
2 large stalks from one bunch fresh broccoli
2 tablespoons peanut oil
1 teaspoon cornstarch or arrowroot
3 scallions, sliced

Directions

Slice the steak into thin strips, about 1/4 inch thick.
In a large ziplock plastic bag, combine the oyster sauce, fish sauce, soy sauce, beef stock, sesame oil, ginger, red pepper flakes, and garlic.
Add the steak to the bag and mix until all pieces are coated. Let the steak marinate in the refrigerator for an hour or up to 24 hours.


While the meat is marinating, cut the florets off the broccoli stalks and peel the stalks. Slice the stalks into thin rounds. Separate the onion into single pieces.

Heat a wok or a large high-sided skillet over high heat. Add the oil to the pan.
Once the pan is very hot, remove the meat from the bag with tongs, letting the marinade drip back into the bag and add to the hot pan. Stir-fry for 2 minutes. Remove to a serving bowl. You made need to do this in two batches.


Add the broccoli and onion and stir fry 5 minutes or until tender. Add the cornstarch to the marinade in the bag. Shake and pour into the pan, Add the scallions and browned beef and stir fry for 2-3 minutes.
Pour the mixture back into the serving bowl. Serve with rice if you prefer.

Original source: https://jovinacooksitalian.com/2019/02/18/easy-chinese-beef-and-broccoli/

Cacio e Pepe Everything

It all started with a Roman pasta dish, but now the minimalist flavor combination of grated Pecorino Romano and black pepper can be found in everything from chicharrones to shortbread cookies. In early 2016, chef David Chang debuted a dish called ceci e pepe at his new Italian-Asian restaurant, Momofuku Nishi. His take on the […]

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Puerto Rican Rice Stew with Shrimp and Pigeon Peas (Asopao de Camarones y Gandules)

This hearty, filing Puerto Rican stew is full of pigeon peas, shrimp, and rice. It’s satisfying soul food for cold days—or any day you need some TLC. Soaking the rice ahead of time speeds up the cooking.

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How To Clean Collard Greens

If you’re wondering how to clean collard greens and cut/prep them for cooking, it’s not difficult! Collard greens are delicious, but require thorough cleaning before they are cooked. 

Collard greens chopped and ready to cook

How to Clean Collard Greens

Collard greens have a tough stem and prominent veins on the back of the leaves. These veiny crevices can sometimes harbor sand and dirt so you’ll want to wash them well. To clean and prepare for cooking do the following:

  1. Cut the root off if it is still attached
  2. Dunk and swish the leaves in a sink or basin full cold water, and change the water until you no longer see any dirt or sand on the bottom.
  3. Cut out the tough stem and central vein by folding each leaf in half and slicing down the center.
  4. Cut into one inch pieces by rolling the leaves into spirals and cross cutting, then turn the cut spirals and cut at right angles.

Collard greens are easy to prepare, and a southern comfort food staple that everyone loves. We love collard greens with bacon and serve them alongside other favorites like black eyed peas, corn casserole, and shrimp and grits. They’re the perfect side dish!

How To Clean Collard Greens With Vinegar

Vinegar has antibiotic properties, making it a great natural alternative to most vegetable cleaners. I like to add 1/2 a cup of vinegar to the water before I clean collard greens. It doesn’t change the flavor of the greens, and it works like a charm. Just remember to rinse the collard greens in cold water before you add them to the recipe!

How to Clean and chop collard greens to make a delicious side dish! #spendwithpennies #kitchentips #greens #collardgreens

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