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Cajun Chicken Burger
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Grilled and Glazed Chicken-Thai Kitchen
Grilling season is upon us, and it doesn't have to be all about hot dogs and hamburgers. Watch Renegade Kitchen's Dan Kohler as he prepares a gluten-free Grilled & Glazed Chicken the whole family can enjoy./nWatch & Win! Leave a comment telling us your favorite part of grilling season and you'll be entered to win a set of Thai Kitchen's new gluten-free Dipping & All-Purpose Sauces!
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Lentil Walnut Veggie Burgers - Vegetarian Recipes
How to make Lentil Walnut Veggie Burgers Video. Veggie Burgers are a nutritional alternative to beef burgers. Many people don't think of making their own veggie burgers but they are really easy to make at home. Store bought veggie burgers are nutritional but often very high in sodium and preservatives. You can substitute the eggs in this recipe with "flax eggs" which are a mix of 6 tbsp ground flax to 2 tbsp boiling water. The milk in this recipe can be substituted with either soya milk or rice milk. This makes the recipe completely vegan! Lentils are high in fiber which makes them a good protector against bowel cancer. I recommend organic, low sodium lentils if you are buying canned. They are an excellent source of protein and are an important source of B vitamins, especially B3, which is essential for both a healthy nervous system and digestive system. They are high in iron, zinc and calcium and are a good replacement for red meat. Like meat, the iron in lentils is better absorbed when they are eaten with a good source of vitamin C like leafy green vegetables. Walnuts are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, a special type of fat that is essential for our bodies, but that the body cannot produce. (Re omega 3 see also http://flaxseeds.blogspot.com ) Walnuts are also a very good source of monounsaturated fats. Walnuts contain many powerful antioxidants, including ellagic and gallic acids, pus antioxidant phenols and vitamin E. The minerals copper and manganese are also found in abundance in these tasty nuts.
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Mushroom Veggie Burger Recipe - Best Garden Burger Ever!
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Here in Southern California, Mexican food is as common as burgers and fries. But for a really authentic Mexican restaurant, head to Olvera Street in Downtown Los Angeles. During my visit to Olvera Street, I enjoyed some great Mexican recipes, from the crunchy beef taquitos at Cielito Lindo, to the soft carne asada tacos at La Noche Buena. I ended my visit with some homemade churros, dusted in cinnamon and sugar. They're the ultimate portable dessert! One of the dishes I enjoyed most was tortilla soup which can be made several ways. Today we are making Chicken Tortilla Soup. Now let's get started on this easy tortilla soup recipe. If you have leftover chicken or leftover turkey making mexican tortilla soup is a great way to use up your leftovers for a second meal. After roasting a chicken (and eating most of it), I've still got plenty of great meat I can peel off. Make sure you only get the meat. You don't want any chicken fat, which does not have much flavor. Cut into bite size pieces. You'll want roughly 2 cups of diced chicken. After I dice up the cooked chicken it's time to get the rest of the ingredients together. Here is the recipe: 2 cups diced cooked chicken 2 tablespoons butter 2 celery stalks, sliced 2 carrots, sliced Half an onion, chopped Small bunch of cilantro leaves, roughly chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano 1 tablespoon ground cumin 1 tablespoon ground chili powder 15 ounce can tomato sauce 2 quarts chicken stock or broth Topping: 1 avocado, sliced into lengthwise strips 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese 2 corn tortillas, cut into strips and fried (You can cheat with crumbled tortilla chips) Preheat your soup pot on medium high. Add butter. Melt it down, and add the carrots, celery and onion. Stir down for 3 minutes. Add garlic and cilantro. Stir another minute. Add diced cooked chicken and spices. Stir another minute, coating the chicken with the spices. Add tomato sauce. Let thicken for a couple minutes, then add the broth or stock. Bring back to a rapid boil, then set heat to low and simmer uncovered for about 30 minutes. While the soup is simmering, fry your tortilla strips at 375 degrees about 1-2 minutes. Drain and set aside. You can also shred the cheese and slice the avocado at this time. After 30 minutes, check the soup. Add salt to taste. I don't usually add more than a teaspoon of salt. Garnish with tortilla strips, shredded cheese and avocado wedges. Enjoy! For more recipes and videos, go to CookingSessions.com
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