Give yourself a meatless day. If you are in the mood to prepare a very tasty but hearty dish this can be it! A vegetarian Meatloaf. This recipe is packed with healthy fillers, like Quinoa, zucchini, carrots and flax meal. This meatloaf can be made using a cupcake pan or a regular baking pan.
If using a cupcake pan, you can add mashed potato topping and make it look like frosting. Your kids will be more incline to eat them then.
Chinese Cauliflower fried no-rice must be one of my favorite dishes ever! Not only you are not eating empty calories with too much carbs with a traditional white rice but the cauliflower rice has a much better flavor.
This simple soup is easy to prepare and can be done with the help of your little ones. Kids will actually be more inclined in eating it if it's served on bread bowl. Broccoli is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin C, chromium and folate. It is a very good source of dietary fiber, vitamin B6, vitamin E, manganese, phosphorus, vitamin B1, vitamin A, potassium and copper.
Save your left-over Rotisserie chicken and left over veggies and whip up this quick and delicious Asian style dish. For best results cook your rice the day before. Using cold rice for this recipe will turn out the crispiest!
Paella is considered one of Spain's national dishes, depending on the region it can be made with seafood, meats or a mix of both. At the Real Food Academy we like to prepare it with Black Rice
, just precook the rice or sorghum in the broth (keeping about 1 cup for step # 5) and top with Kalamata Olives and Artichokes for a cool flavor profile!
This recipe does not miss having the meat to be a really good "chili". However, you can always add ground turkey if you can't live without. The combination of flavors make it a winner!
I love Gazpacho! It's refreshing, light and goes well with BBQ's, cocktail parties and more! Kids and adults will have so much fun having this sweet and savory treat. Serve it chilled in shot glasses and garnish with Cilantro leafs & Lime wedges.