Life can be such a whirlwind, even if that whirlwind is made of lots of in-the-moment moments and exciting new collaborations. Such was this past week for me, with a few days camping in the wilderness completely offline (will share more on that soon). Also I was thrilled to have a couple of guest posts...
Beet goat cheese salad with rounds of warm breaded goat cheese is spin on a favorite that I order from a local cafe every time I go!
In this healthy chicken paillard recipe, pounded chicken breasts are topped with a buttery fingerling potato salad featuring fresh greens, kalamata olives and creamy goat cheese. It’s the ULTIMATE combination of flavors and textures! Dandelion greens work wonderfully in this recipe, but you can swap them out for arugula or spinach if you prefer (if using spinach or arugula, toss them with the potatoes right before serving to prevent the leaves from wilting). Be sure to mix the potatoes with the onion and vinegar while the potatoes are hot—the warm potatoes will absorb the vinegar, giving them more flavor, and they will soften the onion. Finally, if you prefer, you can grill the chicken breasts instead of cooking them in a skillet—brush the chicken with oil before grilling to prevent sticking. Don't miss my other tips (including ingredient swaps) in the Notes below!
Fried goat cheese discs with roasted beet salad is simple and elegant. Crispy goat cheese discs and roasted beets on a bed of greens is salad perfection!
Once you have made the Dukkah blend, preparing the chicken is straightforward and is a quick & delicious weekday meal. The Dukkah is used as the final layer in the crumbing of each chicken schnitzel or fillet. Chilled briefly to keep the coating intact and roasted for 20 minutes.Serve the Dukkah chicken either whole or in bite-size slices with Roasted Chickpeas & Pumpkin (recipe included in this card) and other optional sides like hummus dip (recipe also included), fresh garden salad, feta cheese and black olives. If this seems like too much of a feast for a weekday dinner, then plan this for the weekend for the family or a social gathering.
Roasted beets and apples tossed in olive oil, salt, and pepper then topped with walnuts and blue cheese.
This fresh cherry salad is composed of fresh juicy cherries on top of a bed of peppery greens, plus creamy honey goat cheese & cherry balsamic vinaigrette.
A perfect combination of fall flavors, this salad is perfect for lunch or as a side for dinner. Roasted beets and butternut squash are served over peppery arugula, tangy feta cheese, earthy walnuts, sweet pomegranate arils. Tossed in a maple dressing that is easy to make and shake, this beautiful salad is gluten free and… Continue reading →
Fresh beets from Ted Sexton's fall garden pair deliciously with blue cheese, toasted pine nuts and Apple Cider Vinaigrette. Another wonde...
Today I will share this delicious beetroot soup of Ukrainian origin. It has sour taste and very distinct mouthwatering color. Despite its Slavonic origin, popularity of this dish spreads across the gl
Roasted Beet Salad with Orange Tahini Dressing is a wonderful side that will go well with any type of meat or fish, or tossed over some arugula or baby spinach, it’s a satisfying meal in itself.
It still monsoon season in Jakarta but the weather is super hot. I don’t feel like to cook so today I just make this simple tomato salad with goat cheese. I like to eat this salad as a main dish with grilled bread, but this salad also fantastic as a side dish for grilled sausage, roast beef or seafood. For my salad, I use mixed of sugar tomato, yellow cherry tomato and freshly picked green tomato from my garden. You can use any tomato, but it even better if you made it with different types of tomatoes. Tomato Salad with Goat Cheese Ingredients Tomato salad 2 handfuls mixed ripe tomatoes sea salt mint leaves, finely sliced goat cheese, crumbled Dressing 1 shallot, finely minced 1 garlic clove, finely minced 3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 3 tbsp red wine vinegar sea salt freshly ground black pepper Cooking Direction Put minced garlic, shallot and red wine vinegar in a small bowl, let it rest for about 5 minutes. Whisk in olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Slice the large tomatoes about 1 cm think and halve the cherry tomatoes. Lightly season with sea salt. Take a large plate and start …
I've made several versions of roasted beet salad but the addition of Wiebe Dairy's premier Cottonwood River Reserve Cheese elevates this...
If you want to go for something healthy and also tasty for dinner or lunch, go straight for this yummy salad, where there is roasted chicken, beans and also greens . This way you don't have to worry that you have left out anything in your meal. If you don't want to include chicken, then substitute it with paneer(Cottage Cheese) or Tofu or Mushrooms. In this salad, black beans are used which is high in fiber, folate, protein, and antioxidants, along with numerous other vitamins and minerals. Black beans are Soaked overnight in water and next day cooked in pressure cooker for upto 2 whistles. You can also prepare this by using canned beans. Use your choice greens . I have used kale and lettuce. The recipe is very simple and if you have roasted chicken ready, this is very quick meal for your hungry tummy.
There is something so great about the fresh taste of celery and usually, it is relegated to being a small ingredient in a larger dish, like an ingredient in soup or salad or even as a minor character in spicy chicken wings. It never dawned on me to make it the focal point of a dinner salad until my good friend Mouna served it to us one night! From that point on, we were hooked, and we’ve enhanced the salad by adding blue cheese and toasted pecans and also incorporating some of the celery leaves, which are not only beautiful but add a flavor all of their own! They are slightly more bitter, but so fresh tasting and they make the salad a bit more complex in nature. This salad is so easy, and all you really need is a good potato peeler or a mandoline slicer if you have one, and your favorite vinaigrette. One of our favorites for this dish is our super light and Zesty White Balsamic (Dijon) Vinaigrette, but any bottled or your favorite homemade dressing will work great. So many options! If you have a dressing you love, please send it our way and we’ll give it a try!
These sweet and spicy chicken wings are oven-baked with the skin removed, resulting in a healthier meal rather than the traditional deep-fried version with the skin left on. The glaze is made with butter and either a store-bought Franks Red Hot® or Texas-Pete® sauce or my homemade version. Reduce the amount of butter if you prefer to lower the fat content slightly.The blue cheese dipping sauce is made using strong blue cheese, low-fat if possible, and low-fat yoghurt and milk.In combination with plenty of celery sticks and a generous bowl of salad, this meal is good to go for those looking for some healthier meals to eat.
This organic red quinoa with beets, olives, red onion and feta cheese is an absolutely irresistible salad super high in protein. A gorgeous lunch but also makes a healthy n’ filling dinner. A colourful and total blast of nutritious ingredients, all in one plate.
Try this sweet and salty combo of BBQ Chicken & Peppered Turkey Bacon Salad with Goat Cheese & Dates, it's really delicious!
This one-pot spicy tomato pasta is the perfect friendly family meal. I love them enough that I’ll choose to spend my Friday night staying at home with a bowl of pasta rather than hang out with my friends. Serve this pasta with a generous amount of parmesan cheese and a side of grilled chicken or leafy green salad. This pasta is super simple and ready in just about 30 minutes. The key to making a simple yet delicious tomato sauce is to cook up the onion and brown it all over. This is essential, caramelized onion adds a deep layer of flavor. I like to use three colors fusilli to make this one-pot spicy tomato pasta. The three-color fusilli make this simple dinner looks pretty and it holds the sauce pretty well. You can certainly use any other type of pasta in place of fusilli, but I do recommend fusilli or penne. If you make this one-pot spicy tomato pasta, be sure to leave a comment and tag me on Instagram! Love to hear from you. Follow my Pinterest and Instagram to get more recipes and cooking ideas! Related article: Spicy Orange Pasta with Grilled Shrimp One-Pot Spicy Tomato Pasta …
Peach, Bacon and Chicken Salad with Goat Cheese is an easy and flavorful summer weekday dinner that will brighten your evening. It’s made with fresh peaches, seared chicken, crispy bacon and creamy goat cheese for a wonderful combo of flavors and textures.