Whats for dinner? Lemon Pepper Tilapia & Veggies

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Saturday Night Lemon Pepper Chicken

Saturday Night Lemon Pepper Chicken
Easy Healthy Dinners
Image by lynn.gardner
I’d planned to do something fancier to mark my last Saturday at work, but was too tired when I came home to do anything but this. And it was tasty, fwiw.

Boneless skinless chicken breasts rubbed with salt-free lemon pepper seasoning & a little paprika (for color). Served with rice cooked in low-sodium chicken broth and Green Giant Steamers’ "Healthy Colors" Nature’s Blend (orange carrots, yellow carrots, green beans, red bell pepper).

How to Squeeze a Lemon: 1,023 Kitchen Tips, Food Fixes, and Handy Techniques

How to Squeeze a Lemon: 1,023 Kitchen Tips, Food Fixes, and Handy Techniques

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Ever wonder how to cut lemon wedges so they won’t squirt you in the eye? Or what to do with those overgrown zucchinis from the garden? How to save that bread that just won’t rise? In How to Squeeze a Lemon, home cooks and chefs alike will find a delightful and nearly endless source of cooking information reference. The follow-up to the IACP-award winning, How to Break an Egg, the wonderfully informative and entertaining How to Squeeze a Lemon is chock full of more than 1,000 fresh tips, kitchen-tested techniques, and smart substitutions that bedevil cooks every day, and all from the readers, contributors, and editors of Fine Cooking, one of America’s favorite cooking magazines.

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Cooking With Kids: Sunshine Lemon Smoothies

Inspired by the reality of Childhood eating disorders and the lack of time families spend in the kitchen together, Cooking With Kids television segments were designed to motivate parents and children to cook healthy, nutritious meals together. The 10 segments of Cooking With Kids are shown in classrooms throughout Washington State, and received great feedback! To get your FREE Cooking With Kids DVD and educational packet filled with worksheets, please email this account or call (206) 682-3699. (Sorry- unable to ship internationally) Also, don’t forget to check out www.CookingWithKids.org

Earnest Eats Baked Whole Food Bar, Cran Lemon Zest, 1.9-Ounce Bars (Pack of 12)

Earnest Eats Baked Whole Food Bar, Cran Lemon Zest, 1.9-Ounce Bars (Pack of 12)

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No spray-on vitamins or protein powders. No corn, peanut or soy oils. No ingredient lists with long compound words. Just whole nuts, fruits, seeds and grains, and rich roasted almond butter.

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Use lemon as a conditioner & avorcardo as a mosturiser – all gr8 natural beauty tips DO YOU KNOW ANYMORE?

Question by mousey: Use lemon as a conditioner & avorcardo as a mosturiser – all gr8 natural beauty tips DO YOU KNOW ANYMORE?
After using a whole lemon squeezed into warm water as a conditioner the other day I found it worked so well at making my hair look at feel so clean and nice. I realised there must be heaps of other of natures ‘wonder’ health and beauty tips out there that I could be using. Do you know anymore? For example what would make a good simple exfoliating scrub?

Others I have used previously – full cream milk as a bath soak and avocardo as a mosturizer (dont forget to wash it off! 🙂

Best answer:

Answer by Lady America
mashed banana as a face mask. marvelous.

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Lemon Zest, Lemon Juice, Horseradish, Mustard and Paprika Emergency Recipe Substitutions and Cooking Tips

Lemon Zest, Lemon Juice, Horseradish, Mustard and Paprika Emergency Recipe Substitutions and Cooking Tips

It is fun to make recipes that have been in the family for ages and vintage cookbooks are also a great source of hearty recipes. However, this can also mean needing an ingredient you haven’t stocked in your kitchen spice cabinet for ages! Knowing an ingredients “equivalent” or substitution can save the day.  Mom demystifies zest, horseradish, mustard and paprika and provides emergency substitutions for these ingredients.

Horseradish:  Horseradish gives recipes a kick.  It is the secret ingredient in my grandmother’s crab dip.  The taste is strong, sometimes described as tangy and hot, sort of like very strong radishes.  Fresh horseradish root is twice as strong as bottled. Prepared, or bottled horseradish is mixed with vinegar and other flavors.  1 tablespoon fresh horseradish equals 2 tablespoons of bottled.  Horseradish is also served alongside Prime Rib and other meats.  You can also substitute 1 teaspoon of wasabe, or Japanese horseradish or a few drops of hot sauce.  Keep in mind these substitutions are much hotter than horseradish so start with small amounts and adjust to taste.

Mustard:  Mustard is another ingredient used in casseroles and dips to give recipes a kick. 1 teaspoon of dry mustard equals 1 tablespoon of prepared mustard.  You can also start with 1 teaspoon of Dijon mustard and add more, adjusting to taste.  Before chilies and peppers arrived from the New World, Europeans used mustard and horseradish to spice up dishes.  Try adding a few drops of hot sauce or a dash of chili pepper if you don’t have any mustard.

Paprika:  Paprika is made from sweet, mild red peppers and has a light, delicate taste.  Its bright red color is also makes it a popular garnish.  If your recipe calls for a dash of paprika on top, it is probably there more for coloring than for flavor.  My grandmother’s hot dip calls for a sprinkle of paprika after baking.  You can substitute a dash of chili powder for color instead.  Chili powder has a smokier taste and is stronger so use sparingly.  Cayenne pepper is also red, but it is even hotter, so beware.  Another option is to decorate the top of your creation with something else, like minced parsley.

Lemon Zest or Citrus Juice:  Lemons add zip or tartness to sauces and holiday dips.  If your cottage garden is out of lemons at the moment, all is not lost.  1 teaspoon shredded lemon peel (zest) equals 1/2 teaspoon lemon extract or 2 tablespoons lemon juice.  The juice of one lemon equals about 2-3 tablespoons.  You can also substitute 3/4 cup lime juice for one cup of lemon juice.  Or  Substitute 1?2 cup vinegar for every cup of lemon juice.

Because these ingredients are mainly used as flavoring, feel free to experiment with different spicy ingredients.  For more of Mom’s cooking tips and apron humor visit her on the web at http://www.MomsRetro.com. Happy cooking!

Laura Zinkan is a writer in California, she cooks up http://www.MomsRetro.com where you can find retro art and kitchen tips for busy cooks. She also cultivates a gardening site at http://www.theGardenPages.com with plant profiles, growing tips about succulents and native plants. Or drop by the LA blog http://www.angelcityart.blogspot.com to share her unique vision of California. Copyright 2009 by Laura Zinkan. Article may be reprinted if author credit is given with a website link. All rights reserved.

Healthy Meals in Under 30 Minutes : Quick Lemon Salmon Recipe

Learn great tips on how to cook salmon with lemon and dill in thisfree online video clip on easy and fast meals in under 30 minutes. Expert: Marlene Spiegel Contact: www.mspiegel.mywildtree.com Bio: As a Founding Team Leader of Wildtree, Marlene Spiegel realizes the importance of healthy, nutritious products that can turn every meal into a gourmet feast in minutes. Filmmaker: Suzie Vigoin
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