Tender, slender, long and green, zucchini is the summer squash available for purchase all year round with a silky skin that makes it easy to peel and chop. Zucchini is also ideal for baked goods, including this delicious zucchini bread (and muffin!) recipe that will put a smile on every face in your household this week.
The slender, tender green fruit known by a few different names, zucchini is the nutritious ingredient with the mellow, unobtrusive taste that can easily be incorporated into a range of dishes, without upsetting the other flavours or textures beside. To help you get more of this vitamin-laded fruit into your diet, here are three simple and delicious recipes you can be prep in minutes.
As one of the most versatile forms of meat you can buy, ground beef has a lot to say for itself. A natural way to build lean muscle and quicken your metabolism, ground beef is packed with health benefits and easy to incorporate into your diet
The key side dish in any Chinese restaurant, fried rice is a real crowd-pleaser. Providing a limitless array of ingredients and flavors, it will satisfy vegetarians and carnivores alike, and goes with everything from spring rolls to fried scallops.
Asian cuisine is known for its fusion of colors and flavors, but their complexity can often be daunting for the eager chef who wants to recreate their favorite Chinese or Korean dishes at home. But if there’s one recipe that’s easy to follow, with ingredients you probably already have to hand, it's the Korean rice dish Gyeran Bap.
In Mexico huitlacoche is used in soups, sauces, and prepared for using as a filling in dishes like quesadillas and tacos. Don’t be intimidated by the appearance of huitlacoche! At first sight, it may not look appealing to eat even the adventurous foodie. Its earthy flavor and mushroom-like texture, however, more than make up for its appearance! Use it in quesadillas, tostadas, crostini, omelets and very much like you would use mushrooms, especially for meatless dishes.
Frozen vegetables can be a healthy and easy way to add veggies to your diet. 1 in 10 Americans don't receive the CDC recommended 1.5 cups a day. We wanted to share our techniques for making frozen taste just as good as fresh.