Apple Pizza PieNutritional Tidbit from Audrey. This recipe was published in the 1950’s in the Farm Journal. Our style of cooking has changed a lot since that time. What they thought as fast or convenient we now see as multi step and time consuming. there are a lot of different versions of this pie, but when made correctly I still think this is the best. And for those who like an apple pie with less filling, then this pizza is for you. Remember the adage an apple a day keeps the doctor away!Broccoli SlawNutritional tips from Audrey
Broccoli is a vegetable very high in fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K, Iron and Potassium. It is also a very low carbohydrate food. This Slaw is a nutritional powerhouse.
Cheesy Rice Balls (Suppli)Nutritional Tidbit from Audrey: Recently my family went on a dream Italian Vacation. We traveled and ate in many places. When we were in Rome we were served Suppli and the kids and adults both loved them. Italian Food is very fresh and healthy so we were surprised to get something fried, but of course it was fried in olive oil which is rich in oleic acid and antioxidants, both which can help fight inflammation and maintain heart health. Contrary to popular belief, you can fry in olive oil but the temperature is 350 degrees, not the 500 degrees that other oils heat up to, to fry something.Chicken DivanNutritional Tidbit from Audrey. People either love broccoli or hate it. But no one can dispute the incredible nutritional benefits it has. When broccoli is lightly blanched is when your body can assimilate the nutrients the easiest. Broccoli is high in fiber, vitamin c, vitamin k, iron and potassium.Chicken Fajita CasseroleNutrition Tidbit from Dr. Audrey (Yes, I really do have a doctorate in Holistic Nutrition)
Did you know that peppers have more vitamin C, ounce for ounce than oranges? That makes Fajitia casserole a great thing to make during the flu season.Chocolate Chip MuffinsNutritional Tip from Audrey
Why is is important to take the muffins out of the tins, as soon as you can handle them? If you do not, the muffins will steam from the residual heat of the pan and create a tough and chewy muffin.Cuban Ropa ViejaNutritional Tidbit from Audrey. This recipe calls for a Tablespoon of vinegar. You will often find recipes ask that if you are cooking a large piece of meat. The vinegar helps to break down the meat and tenderize it. It also brings a tangy flavor to the dish.Curry Chicken SaladNutrition Tips From Audrey
Tumeric is the key component of Curry and is best known for its anti-inflammatory properties. Grapes are known for their anti-oxidant properties. Peppers are known for their high vitamin C value. This dish when made by you, without preservatives, becomes a nutritional powerhouse.Grilled Chili ShrimpNutritional Tips from Audrey: Did you know that shrimp is a low calorie food that is high in protein? The shrimp you buy should have firm shells if they are softy or slimy, buy frozen and defrost in the refrigerator before using.