One Pot Wonder

Vegetable Frittata

Vegetable Frittata

We’ve been eating a lot of frittatas lately.  For some reason I’m finding it easier to whip one of these up than our usual sunny side up eggs or an omelet.  Not to mention a frittata holds much more room for flavor combinations!  I love them!  We’ve been doing at least one a week, and…

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Picnic Week: Curried Chicken Salad

Picnic Week: Curried Chicken Salad

Picnic Week continues!  This is a fabulous new way to enjoy chicken salad.  It’s great in lettuce wraps or over a bed of greens.  And of course so great on its own.  Surely a crowd pleaser! Curried Chicken Salad Makes 6 Servings 3/4 cup Healing Cuisine Mayonnaise 1 Tbsp curry powder 1/4 cup fresh lemon…

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Picnic Week: Spicy Turkey Bean Salad

Picnic Week continues…  This salad is pretty darn yummy!  In my testing stages, I’ve also tried with chicken instead of turkey which was still really good, but tastes the best with roasted turkey!  Also replaced the olives with diced zucchini and that was good as well, for a different taste. Spicy Turkey Bean SaladMakes 8…

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Creamy Artichoke Soup

A great soup for spring/summer!  And it’s super quick to prepare, too.  I’ve made this as a Core Plan soup with just a few redskin potatoes because they really add a creamy body to the soup.  However, you can make this Advanced Plan by simply replacing the redskins with 2/3 cup pureed white beans. Easy…

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Chickpea Lentil Stew

First of all, if you aren’t on the Healing Cuisine facebook page, you might not be aware that I’ve recently added a deliciously romantic Valentine’s Day menu planner to the site!  You can download it here, and I recommend giving yourself a day or two to read thru the menu and get your grocery list…

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Tomato Chicken Skillet

Here is a quick fix dinner that I make in a cast iron skillet and bring from stove top to table to serve.  Greek inspired, you can top with chopped black olives and fresh snipped basil or marjoram.  Eat as is or spoon over cooked quinoa (CORE Plan) or spiralized zucchini/yellow squash (ADVANCED Plan). Tomato…

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Red Lentils With Cabbage

Red Lentils With CabbageMakes 4 Servings 1 1/4 cups red split lentils, washed until water is clear and drained well5 cups filtered water1 tsp ground turmeric5 Tbsp coconut oil2 tsp ground cumin 4 cloves garlic, peeled and finely chopped1 onion, peeled and cut into fine slices3 cups organic cabbage, finely shredded1 hot green chili pepper,…

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Pumpkin Chili

Hope you will enjoy this chili — another spin-off of the classic.  The pumpkin gives it an initial sweetness when it hits your tongue, but kick it up with chili, cayenne, cumin and black pepper.  Feel free to throw in a jalapeno or two if you wish.  You may also exchange some of the beans…

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One Pot Wonders: Chicken and Dumpling Soup

I wanted to close out this week of One Pot Wonders with a real comfort dish, and if this isn’t it then I don’t know what is!  It’s Chicken and Dumpling Soup, Maximized Living Advanced Plan style.  You can still enjoy bread, dumplings, biscuits, cake, etc, on the Advanced Plan — you just have to…

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