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You might not think of pumpkin seeds as chicken coating material, but these nutty, chewy kernels are every bit as tasty and versatile as almonds or pistachios in cooking.
This colorful and flavorful dish would make good use of a container gardener’s best: peppers, rosemary and parsley.
An often-overlooked cooking technique, marinating chicken or beef not only introduces new flavors to occasionally uninteresting ingredients, but naturally tenderizes the meat.
The ginger and garlic flavors add a level of spice and sweet/savory notes.
This omelet is so chock-full of vegetables it will make a perfect start to the day or a healthy low-fat, high-fiber lunch item.
The thin Spanish frittata calls for rich flavors and a dense texture courtesy of potatoes, and can be served straight from the oven or cold as a first course.
This low-fat preparation loses none of the rich flavor of classic French toast.
This may be as close as you can get to eating a rich pumpkin pie, straight out of the oven, for breakfast ... without actually eating a pumpkin pie for breakfast.
The frittata enjoys a slow cook with all ingredients firming up at the same time
This spicy and tart dip combines nutritious soybean with fat-free yogurt and flavors of the Southwest.