Warm and creamy ham and bean soup with chunks of ham or pancetta is perfect for cooler days. It is thick and cream without the use of flour or cream. A Peasant Dish: Ham and Bean Soup A portion of the bean soup is pureed before the soup is finished to give it thickness and creamy texture. You […]
A quick and flavorful carrot and sweet potato stew that’s using leftover chicken meat. It’s thick and creamy without the use of cream or flour. It’s thickened by using an immersion blender to purée the vegetables but I’ve successfully used a potato masher in the past, too. What To Do With Leftover Chicken Meat? My […]
Beautiful. That’s how I describe this cranberry and pear sauce that’s made in a slow cooker with no added sugar. It truly is beautiful in appearance and taste. The sauce is naturally sweetened with pear, orange juice and applesauce. It still has the typical cranberry tart but not overwhelming.
I’ve been a fan of rolled chicken thighs forever. And yet, it took me ages to make them myself. I was mainly afraid that I’d overcook the meat or even worse, not cook it enough. Because who wants to serve raw chicken? After a lot of trial and error, I got it just right. So here it is – […]
Bolognese sauce is one of best dishes to use to hide vegetables that your picky eaters wouldn’t normally eat. Light and yet meaty, this lighter bolognese is packed with zucchini and instead of beef, it’s made with turkey. Garlic, oregano and fennel give it a refreshing Italian flavor. Use Lighter Bolognese Sauce To Hide Veggies! […]
Chocolate pear mummies deliver just the right amount of sweet and crunch for a Halloween treat that’s on the healthy side. All you need is a few beautiful pears, some melted white chocolate and enough mini chocolate chips to give your mummies a set of eyes. And if a healthy Halloween is your goal, check […]