There are so many delicious, healthy things to choose from this week. From a bok choy noodle bowl to authentic Italian meatballs, vegan spiced pancakes and tomato quinoa soup, you will be on the road to good health in no time. Even the rosemary mustard chicken is amazingly versatile, and you can tuck it into sandwiches or toss in salads.
What better way to learn how to make authentic Italian food than having a tutorial from an Italian mama? An Ottawa foodie over at If Music Be the Food Of Love, Play On walks readers through a meatball tutorial, complete with mouthwatering photos and the how to so you can make it at home! You’ll be craving meatballs by the time you are done.
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Katie, author of The Muffin Myth, is amazing. From creating and testing all her own recipes to photographing and blogging them, I can always count on her to have something delicious for me to try. I love to have soup waiting in my freezer to be tucked into lunches throughout the week, and this one is a great twist on traditional tomato soup.
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This Mark Bittman recipe from the latest issue of Bon Appetit magazine caught my eye. A vegan pancake recipe, it’s topped with delicious tropical fruit and pistachios to give it a little something extra. We loved the different taste and it was so easy to make!
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A Little Bit of Momsense has the right idea; light broth, a bit of fish, some noodles, veggies, and you have a fantastic, adaptable dinner that surely everyone will like. This one is so versatile you can switch up all the veggies and fish to chicken even, but the main thing is that it’s fast, fresh, and delicious.
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This chicken is so delicious! We have added it to salad, with pasta, in sandwiches, and on it’s own. The secret is to make sure you let it marinade well and don’t overcook it.