Time taken: 20 minutes Serves : 2 The best part about this recipe? It only takes about 20 minutes to chop, cook and serve! Sadly, it gets eaten too quickly – in about two minutes! Ingredients: 200g cleaned button mushrooms 1 tbsp white synthetic vinegar or balsamic vinegar … Read more
What is good about the soup is that it is ideal for the health conscious as well as those with a love for all things creamy. Yes, it is possible for a low fat soup to be delicious as well! The pumpkin itself, once cooked and strained has enough creamy … Read more
These pizzas are great for a quick weeknight meal. They can be a lot of fun for the family if you put all the toppings in separate bowls, and let everyone make their own individual pizzas to their liking. Include any other pizza toppings that your family enjoys.
· 4 english muffins (white or wheat), split
· 1/2 cup jarred spaghetti or pizza sauce
With only four ingredients, this raspberry and mango smoothie is super fast, especially if you store previously cut-up mango in your refrigerator. It is loaded with vitamin A from the mango, calcium from the yogurt, and is bursting with flavor. Whip one up for a quick breakfast, or serve as a refreshing accompaniment to a summertime meal.
1/2 cup non-fat vanilla yogurt
Thai food, ideally, is lighter and more flavorful than the MSG-laden offerings at far too many brown-bag Chinese restaurants. It’s meant to stimulate the senses and tickle the tongue, not drench them with sauce-heavy, overcooked vegetables. This yummy recipe will leave you craving more.
Chicken Pad Thai
Spicy and sweet mango chutney makes a great condiment for meat and poultry. You can also pour it over a block of cream cheese to serve as an appetizer. This is a classic heirloom Florida recipe dating back to the early 1900s.
3 to 4 pounds mangoes (mixed green and ripe), peeled, seeded, and diced
3 medium onions, diced
1 cup currants
Really impress your mum by baking her special Mother’s Day cake. This really easy, rich chocolate cake recipe, with real chocolate pieces that you don’t have to spend time melting, is from episode 6 of Sophie Dahl’s new BBC2 series, The Delicious Miss Dahl.
Butter for greasing
300g broken plain chocolate