Andrew Scrivani – NYT
How delicious does THAT look? Featured in the New York Times – Recipes for Health by Martha Shulman. She calls it Tomatillo Guacamole which supposedly tastes just as good as guacamole but less calories and less fat!
Nutritional information per serving: 107 calories; 9 grams fat; 1 gram saturated fat; 0 milligrams cholesterol; 8 grams carbohydrates; 5 grams dietary fiber; 5 milligrams sodium (does not include salt added during preparation); 2 grams protein
compared to Classic Guacamole
Nutrition Information Per Serving: Calories 150; Total Fat 13 g (Sat 2 g, Trans 0 g, Poly 2 g, Mono 8 g); Cholesterol 0 mg; Sodium 10 mg; Potassium 452 mg; Total Carbohydrates 9 g; Dietary Fiber 6 g; Total Sugars 1 g; Protein 2 g; Vitamin A 141 IU; Vitamin C 13 mg; Calcium 16 mg; Iron 1 mg; Vitamin D 0 IU; Folate 78 mcg; Omega 3 Fatty Acid 0.1 g
% Daily Value*: Vitamin A 2%; Vitamin C 20%; Calcium 2%; Iron 4%
Martha Rose Shulman can be reached at martha-rose-shulman.com. Her new book, “The Very Best of Recipes for Health,” was recently published by Rodale Press.
Basically, I got bored of straight omelettes and always have a ready supply of potatoes. I combined spinach, carmelized onions, button mushrooms and smoked gouda for the makings of an epic omelette. But first, I send a potato through a cheese grater (on the medium shred), send a liberal amount of olive oil to heat up in a small boiling pot, and after the pot’s been sufficiently heated, I layer the bottom of the pan with the potato shreds like hash browns. Then I send the omelette mixture on top of the potato crust.
Notes for next time: Ease up on the oil. I’m pretty liberal with olive oil—just ’cause it’s so taaastayyyy. But, as I’ve found, there is such a thing as too much olive oil, and my first attempt at this was just that.
Ingredients: Bok choy + Olive oil + Tofu
For the sauce: Peanut sauce, Brown sugar, A squeeze of lemon juice, Pureed Garlic, Soy sauce
I just finished terrorizing my kitchen to make this extremely delicious pasta dish.
Ingredients: Whole wheat pasta, mushrooms, corn, green peppers, olive oil, and balsamic vinegar.
My vodka sauce was running low and I was running late, so I boiled some spaghetti, strained it, layered it on top of the sauce in the bottle, then layered some chopped fennel on top of that (to add a flavor and texture dynamic).
Grab a fork and go!
What do you call a meal when you just randomly add food together hoping for the best? Tossed ______ ?
Generally speaking, meals require time, of which college students have little of. talk about scarcity.
This is what i had for dinner, now, post-consumption, i’ve realized how unhealthy it is/was.
2 whole wheat pitas + hummus + 4 oatmeal cookies + 6 chocolate chip cookies + water
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