If you’re like me, the pasta cravings can hit hard. However, the rich, creamy, cheese-laden fillings and sauces don’t fall into my healthy-eating plans. I have a solution: Re-think classic stuffed shells with fiber-rich vegetables – no dairy needed.
This recipe is courtesy of Ryan Witcher Executive Pastry Chef The Woodlands Resort.
Here’s a tasty treat for your holiday table from Executive Chef Ross Burtwell of the Cabernet Grill. A sure hit at Thanksgiving!
There’s not much razzle-dazzle to this dish — just plain good eatin’! Cooked quinoa and sweet potato chunks come together in a tangy Orange-Cashew Dressing, garnished with cilantro and radish from Jugo in Austin.
You’ve heard the hype, but did you know this superfood is SO important, it’s believed to be sacred! A gluten-free grain that’s been around for thousands of years. Eat clean with quinoa!
Flavorful peppers balance out the natural sugars found in sweet potatoes to create a perfectly savory hash, which Zedric’s in San Antonio then pairs with lean flat iron steak and a zesty chermoula sauce.
Take our cue and start cooking with turmeric! When added to any dish, this nutritional supplement (and natural wonder) provides a powerful flavor combination, along with some serious health benefits for your body and brain…
We’re addicted to this soup! It’s lovely with strips of tangy turnip greens floating throughout the warm, spicy broth. Feel free to substitute collards or spinach for the turnip greens if desired.
Warm Sweet Potato Whipped Bundt Cake with a maple glaze from CURRENT inside The Westin At The Woodlands! Plated with spicy Texas pecans and whipped cream in a local honey drizzle.
Here’s a seasonal casserole with all of the ingredients we crave for the holidays! This buttery maple yam mixture only takes about 15 minutes in the oven when it’s ready to go. Enjoy!
Continue to keep your New Year’s diet on track with sure bets like California kale, Texas sunshine relish and a zesty chicken stir fry, among other ‘lean cuisine’ found on Goodtaste. These juicy, feel-good foods are often protein-packed and low in fat and unwanted carbs!
Now that Fat Tuesday, Valentine’s Day and all that indulgence is over, it’s time to get back on track and recommit to your new year’s goals! Here’s a healthy recipe to get your diet back on track. Enchiladas from Chef Tim — a personal chef in San Antonio who believes in only local, healthy foods for her recipes.
Chef John Watt of Prego puts this gnocchi together in a jiff! The cubed sweet potatoes are my favorite part…
Thanksgiving and pie go hand in hand…or should I say PIES! Part of the fun of the festive meal is tasting more than one delicious pie. I’ve got some great ideas to make your desserts devine–the best from some of your favorite chefs.
Just like Ma used to make…and she still does – after 70 years!! Ma Harper is the master of all things creole, and her pies are to die for.