Recipes with Broccoli and Carrot

Drew Glover • November 1, 2017
Broccoli & Beef with General Tso's Sauce
1. Broccoli & Beef with General Tso's Sauce
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Chef Rob Lafond, of JTM Food Group, prepares a school food service recipe for Broccoli & Beef with General Tso's Sauce.
2. Hearty Minestrone Soup
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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.
3. How to Make Rilakkuma Omurice
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This recipe is very easy. I used just a few simple ingredients available around you. But the only thing you need is patience! hehe Rilakkuma (which means relaxing bear in Japanese) is a very popular character in Japan. Omurice is omelette made with fried rice (ketchup flavored chicken rice) and usually topped with ketchup. I know you all like Kyaraben (character bento) but I decided to make it on a plate since you might not have a bento box at home. Of course you can pack it in your bento box :) Making Kyaraben is not that difficult. Just plan (draw picture) before you cook. Then you don't have to spend a lot of time cooking. I spent more time planning than cooking.
4. Italian Feast Menu: Family Recipe Ideas
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Foodie paradise! 1.) Vodka Grapefruit Fizz - 2:22 2.) Antipasto Skewers - 4:38 3.) Parmesan Breaded Chicken With Tomato, Basil Topping - 7:28 4.) Lemon Feta Orzo - 12:13 5.) Roasted Rosemary Veggies - 14:27 6) Espresso Sundaes - 17:53 7) Pre-Party Prep (The Game Plan) - 20:58 If you're looking to throw an Italian themed dinner party for your friends, this is the menu for you! and if you have kids coming over, no more preparing 2 separate meals for the parents and kids. Each of these dishes can be adjusted slightly so that the kids will eat them too. This family friendly Italian feast is easy to prepare and bursting with vibrant colors and fresh flavors. Enjoy!
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