Marinating chicken helps tenderize it and enhances the flavor. This recipe also works great with turkey tenderloins, bone in or boneless.
A nourishing vegetarian entrée (black beans and pasta together make a complete protein) that highlights the flavors of Mexico.
You can buy roasted peppers in a jar or frozen. To roast your own, broil 3 to 4 large peppers until they turn dark brown on all sides. While they’re still hot, seal them in a plastic bag and let them steam to finish cooking. Then remove them from the bag and peel off blackened skins.
Grilling vegetables intensifies their flavors. They should be cooled before adding to salad.
Polenta is a dish made of boiled cornmeal. This recipe is great for the grill. For convenience, you can make it a day in advance, or you can buy it ready made. (Check the label to make sure it's gluten free.) Just slice it and grill.
Spring weather means fresh asparagus, a delicious source of folate, potassium and inulin, a carb that helps promote healthy digestion. This gluten-free, dairy-free pasta salad features asparagus, chopped arugula and artichoke hearts. It's as easy to make as it is tasty.
The smoky flavor imparted from a short time on the grill will make this a new summer favorite.
Vine-ripened tomatoes, rich in vitamin C and antioxidant lycopene, complement the fresh herbs and green onion in this chilled salad.
A few Asian ingredients give this dish the flavor of the Far East. Seasonal veggies add color and crunch.