If you're feeling a little down in the dumps and bunged up then this Spicy Squash Satay should pick you up. Crammed full of nutrients to boost your immune system and with a fair kick of chilli to clear your sinuses!Plus, having been lucky enough to team up with top UK nutritionist Jane Clarke, we'll give you some of the benefits of the ingredients.
2. Spicy Sichuan Green Beans with Ground Pork
In restaurants, Sichuan green beans are typically deep-fried in oil. Linda’s simplified home recipe skips deep-frying for a healthier version of this classic dish. The beans are stir-fried until browned and blistered, then cooked with lively seasonings. With the large quantity of red chiles, the dish looks scorching hot. In fact, if you shake most of the seeds out of chiles, the effect of the chiles is relatively mild. The preserved vegetable or fermented black beans add an authentic, slightly fermented flavor, but is not essential. Omit the pork for a vegetarian version.
3. Egg Foo Young
This dish is an old-fashioned Chinese classic. Egg foo young is an omelette dish consisting of patties fashioned from vegetables, seafood or meat, and bound together with eggs. Make them for your family or kids, using bits of leftovers. To create your own version, you will need a ratio of ~1 1/4 cups of cooked meat and vegetables for every three eggs. Double the recipe, if you like. Hakka Expert Linda Anusasananan shares this easy and fun recipe in this Grokker Premium video.
4. Chicken Involtini by Sage Russell
In Round 1 of the Food Blogger Challenge, Sage Russell shows us how to cook a deliciouschicken involtini. His original twist on this Italian classic, uses a mascarpone stuffing, with rosemary, sage, and thyme, and is filled with prosciutto, which really takes this involtini to the next level. Join Loyd Grossman in this Grokker Premium Video as he tries Sage's original dish, in the first round of Grokker's Food Blogger Challenge. Remember to love this video below, if you would like to see Sage in the next round.
5. Hearty Minestrone Soup
This is a winter favorite that is very hearty, raw, and healthy way of warming yourself up for the cold. It's chunky with a great aroma from sundried tomatoes while fresh with ingredients like orange juice, lime juice, parsley, and green beans. Raw Food Expert Leah Putnam incorporates all of the Raw Living essentials in this warm wonderful soup in this Grokker Premium video.
6. Gluten Free Chicken Parmesan
Oven Fried Chicken Parmesan gets lightened up by skipping the frying pan and heading straight towards the oven. Many dieters run from this Italian classic to avoid the fat and calories. But, in this version, I've used an oven frying method and low fat mozzarella. I'll also show you an easy side dish that has veggies mixed in with the pasta to round out this meal as a healthy option for dinner.