RecipesDish typeSaladGrain saladRice salad I wanted a healthy but tasty lunch, so came up with this Mexican-inspired two-part salad. One part is hot, one part cold, and they come together at lunchtime to make a healthy but incredibly tasty and satisfying meal!Recipe by:Midlothian, Scotland, UK4 people made thisIngredientsServes: 3 Hot layer1/2 to 2/3 head broccoli, cut into small florets1 red pepper, cut into stripsolive oilsea salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste1 corn on the cob1 (400g) tin kidney or black beans, drained and rinsed1 packet Uncle Ben& 39;s® microwave & 39;Spicy Mexican& 39; riceCool layer1 avocado, chopped1 romaine or little gem lettuce2 to 3 tomatoes, chopped1 handful pistachios1 handful pumpkin seeds1/2 ripe mango, chopped1/4 cucumber, choppedspicy dressing, to taste1 handful grated cheese, such as mozzarella or mild CheddarMethodPrep:15min ›Cook:21min ›Ready in:36minFirst we& 39;ll prepare the hot layer.
RecipesDish typeMain courseStew and casseroleVegetarianThis is my attempt at reproducing a now discontinued one pot vegetarian ready meal that was once made by a well known juice company (beginning with I) with barley and sweetcorn. I really missed this as there& 39;s nothing else like it available, so I made my own and was quite pleased with the results.
Lunch doesn’t have to be a boring affair!When packing your kids& 39; lunches this year, let your imagination soar.Packing a lunch every day can become a chore, if you’re not careful. Everyone has to eat, but why not take it as an opportunity to let your imagination soar? Your kids will appreciate your effort, and you’ll have a reason to look forward to the task.
Ingredients for making khachapuri blitz Cheese, hard 200 grams Fresh greens 100 grams Chicken eggs 2 pieces Sour cream 20% fat 200 milliliters Wheat flour 2 tablespoons with a hill Vegetable oil 2 tablespoons Spices to taste Salt to taste Ground black pepper to taste Main ingredients Eggs , Cheese, Flour Serving 4 servings Print this list Inappropriate products?
In many ways, fast food chains are like reality TV celebrities: we cheer for them when they succeed, but when they fail miserably we secretly have a chuckle at their expense. While every chain has its fair share of successes (without them they would have gone the way of the dodo), at times they’ve also fallen, and fallen hard.
A short drive away from the sand in Santa Monica, Rustic Canyon Wine Bar and Seasonal Kitchen on Wilshire Boulevard feels like a wood cabin where you might share a countryside meal among friends. It was, in fact, the family tree house in Rustic Canyon— a woodland neighborhood in Santa Monica — that inspired founders Josh Loeb and Zoe Nathan’s restaurant concept.