This recipe kept popping up on Pinterest and all over my facebook feed, I thought it was strange, weird and only 2 ingredients & 3 Freestyle points if you're following Weight Watchers, I just had to try it. It was destiny, I swear, I heard angels sing when I tasted one..... AhhhhAh...Ahhhh... AHH Ah....
If you're not on Weight Watchers, make them anyways because they are fricken'
There are a million Cashew Chicken recipes out there, some are breaded and deep fried and some are more complicated to make but mine is an easier healthy option that's packed with flavour and you may even have most of the ingredients on hand.
I have to be honest, I don't usually make recipes with long ingredient lists but I did have everything in the pantry so I figured - go for it. It really wasn't hard at all, so happy I made it, in fact it was so delicious I was tempted to make it 2 days in a row even though we had it for dinner and then leftovers for lunch the next day.
So delicious, you may even want to double the sauce so you can eat it by the spoonful or ummm pour it over rice.
This chicken is delicious, juicy & oh so flavourful, super easy & super fast, my kind of recipe!
I used the recipe that was on the Weight Watcher website site and if you are doing the Weight Watchers program, this only has 1 point per serving - oh yeah!
Do you ever have a vision in your head of what something should look like?
Do you picture it perfect and wonderful.... yeah me too!
I usually gravitate toward easy meal recipes, ones that are quick, minimal ingredients but are still really yummy.... this is one of those and if you are lucky enough to have leftovers - Oh wow....... it's even better!
I love making cupckaes, the pretttier the better so you can imagine my joy when I discovered these new Russian Piping Tips.
Oh man this is good, real good....... absolutely delicious & easy to make.
So here's the scoop, Earthfresh asked me to create a recipe using their fingerling potatoes and the very first thing that came to mind - chips, a warm, fresh out of the oven dippin' chip.
My inspiration was a local restaurant, they serve these as a side dish with their burgers but without the dip, there are never enough of them and to order them as an appetizer they are 6.99, CRAZY! These are super duper easy to make, slice, bake, eat.
Start with the dip, the longer it sits, the better it is,
Just mix all the dip ingredients in a medium bowl and let them get to know one another in the fridge while you start on the potatoes. Preheat your oven at 400f.
I love the natural sweetness of beets especially roasted, done simple with some olive oil salt & pepper.