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cilantro

Honey-Citrus Chicken

The longer you marinate the chicken the tastier and more tender it becomes. The zing of citrus mixed with the zap of jalapeño and fresh herbs combine together to create something wonderfully refreshing these warmer months.

Southwestern Vegetarian Black Bean Burgers

I love everything that pediatrician and Family Table blogger Reshma Shah makes; her dishes are always not only healthy but beautiful and full of flavor. “The best way to plan your veggie burgers is to think about the ingredients you have on hand or the style of food you want to eat. The combination of […]

Healthy Tri-Bean Cilantro Salad

Here is a great recipe from one of our Tipsters.

Spicy Black Beans w/Chorizo & Chipotle Cream

A savvy way to jazz up an ordinary can of black beans.  A little chorizo, a little jalapeno, a little chipotle… perfectly yummy combo.

Baked Wings

A healthier version of chicken wings. Try it out at your next Super Bowl party.

Cucumber Raita to Cool the Palette

Traditional cucumber raita is used to cool the palette when you eat spicy Indian dishes but I love it alone on naan or with rice. If you ever have an upset stomach, this can be such a soothing snack. There are many versions of raita–no two are the same–it all depends on your taste. Sometimes […]

Avocado-Chicken Salad

Simple, fresh and delicious. Recipe was passed to my mother from a friend and now I am passing it along to you.

Melted Cheese Dip w/Tortilla Chips

I’ve made this so many times and with good reason.  Be prepared for cheese dripping down your chin and onto your top… your guests will hoard over this appy… greasy, smiley and satisfied.

Chilled Zucchini Soup w/Lemon-Cumin Shrimp & Cilantro Cream

Don’t be intimidated by the long title.  Just a bit of early preparation and chilling time will produce a surprisingly light, refreshing and satisfying first-course or main-course dish.  Your choice, depending on how you dish it out. (All...

Korean Beef Stir-Fry

One of the beauties of stir-fry is that it cooks up quickly. That and the mere fact that it’s delicious!  This recipe was inspired by flavors found in Korean barbecue (according to eatingwell.com). The blend of all it’s ingredients...

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