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MediterrAsian Kitchen Blog Wed, 22 Feb 2017 20:37:48 GMT  

Thai fish cakes with sweet chili-lime dipping sauce
Fish cakes are a popular appetizer and snack in Thailand — and they’re really easy to make at home. We not only love eating them as an appetizer, we also slice them and add them to stir-fries. The fish cake mixture can also be used in other ways. You can roll it into balls and […]

Thai fish cakes

Fish cakes are a popular appetizer and snack in Thailand — and they’re really easy to make at home. We not only love eating them as an appetizer, we also slice them and add them to stir-fries. The fish cake mixture can also be used in other ways. You can roll it into balls and add them to Southeast Asian soups and curries — they poach beautifully in hot broths and curry sauces.

You can also shape the mixture into larger patties for Thai-style fish burgers with lettuce, cucumber, grated carrot, and sweet chili sauce mixed with mayo for the dressing.

Thai fish cakes

Another great thing about these Thai fish cakes is that you can make them ahead and keep them covered in the fridge until you’re ready to cook them. So they’re perfect for entertaining, and ideal for mid-week meals.

Here’s the recipe.

Potato and smoked salmon salad with creamy avocado dressing
Great food that’s great for you — that’s how I’d best describe a MediterrAsian way of eating. This opulent salad is the perfect example. It doesn’t just taste wonderful, it’s also packed with nutritional goodness. The buttery smoked salmon is a great source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids. The luscious dressing is made primarily […]

Potato and smoked salmon salad with creamy avocado dressing

Great food that’s great for you — that’s how I’d best describe a MediterrAsian way of eating. This opulent salad is the perfect example. It doesn’t just taste wonderful, it’s also packed with nutritional goodness.

The buttery smoked salmon is a great source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids. The luscious dressing is made primarily with avocado and extra virgin olive oil — two excellent sources of heart-healthy monounsaturated fat. The crisp salad greens are rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. And the potato provides complex carbohydrates to fuel your muscles and brain, and they’re also a good source of fiber, potassium and vitamin C (and because the potatoes are eaten together with protein and goods fats, it means they’re digested slowly and don’t cause blood sugar spikes).

But the last thing we were thinking about when we were chowing down on this salad was the nutritional content. We were too busy savoring the taste!

Here’s the recipe.


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About Low Fat Cooking Wed, 22 Feb 2017 20:37:48 GMT  

Pork Medallions with Blackberries
Pork Medallions with BlackberriesThe nice thing about pork tenderloin is that it's quick and easy to cook, even more so if you slice the tenderloin into medallions. About as lean as a skinless chicken breast, pork, while technically a red meat, makes a good alternative to chicken if you're looking to eat some lean protein. It has a rich flavor, so a smallish quantity can be very satisfying. These Pork Medallions with Blackberries make an elegant dish you can serve on a regular weeknight.

Pork with Blackberries Photo © Fiona Haynes, licnesed to About.com

Pork Medallions with Blackberries originally appeared on About.com Low Fat Cooking on Saturday, May 31st, 2014 at 12:36:59.

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Seeing Red
I love to eat fresh strawberries right out of the container, but I also enjoy a number of recipes that include these wonderful red berries. In some recipes, it's fine to use frozen strawberries, as they are frozen shortly after picking. If you can, though, enjoy fresh strawberries only when they're in season, when their flavor and texture are at their absolute best. So if you have a hankering for, say, a fresh strawberry sorbet or some delicious freezer jam, try some of these yummy low-fat strawberry recipes.

Balsamic Strawberries © Fiona Haynes, licensed to About.com

Seeing Red originally appeared on About.com Low Fat Cooking on Wednesday, May 28th, 2014 at 00:34:10.

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The Best Berry Recipes
Nectarine and Berry Salad

I know I ought to delve into all the healthful reasons why we should be eating berries -- chiefly, how they contain disease-fighting antioxidants that can help reduce the risk of cancer and other diseases. And this is important stuff to know. But quite honestly, I love eating berries regardless of their healthful properties. Sweet, in-season berries are quite simply nature's candy. Enjoy them fresh and raw from the farmers market or incorporate them into all manner of recipes from fruit salads to muffins to frozen treats. Here are some of my favorite berry recipes, including the one for this gorgeous nectariine and berry fruit salad.

The Best Berry Recipes originally appeared on About.com Low Fat Cooking on Wednesday, May 28th, 2014 at 00:08:34.

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RealCajunRecipes.com Last 10 Cajun Recipes Wed, 22 Feb 2017 20:37:49 GMT  

Toni's Coconut Bouille Sweet Tart Filling
A recipe was born when my friend Toni wanted coconut sweet tart pies. Using my Mom's basic bouillie recipe, the recipe was modified to a sweet tart filling with the addition of three coconuts - canned cream of coconut, flaked coconut and coconut extract. Along with sweet dough tarts, mini pies were made using muffin tins.
Bouillie Pudding - The Taste of Nostalgia
As a young child my Grandma made a bouille (pudding) that I dearly loved. I never learned how to make it. Visiting my Nanny Ruby one day, I asked if she knew how to make it. She knew how but did not have a written recipe. She offered to make it after I begged her (lol)and I stood behind her and before she added the ingredients, we measured and wrote the recipe down. Nanny Ruby tells me that when I tasted it I teared up and said "It taste just like nostalgia". It tasted just like my Grandma Helga would make.
Audrey’s Coleslaw
The author write that this is the BEST coleslaw she has ever eaten.

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