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Category Archive: Entrees

Jan 25

Tuna Melt Sandwich

Yes, you can have an old-fashioned tuna melt if you are living a dairy-free, gluten-free and whole-foods lifestyle!  Here’s how!  Caution…lip smacking and moaning may ensue! Tuna Melt Sandwich Ingredients: 1 can low-mercury tuna (I like Wild Planet brand) 2 – 3 Tbsp. Vegenaise 1 tsp. onion powder 1 tsp. garlic powder 1 – 2 pinches …

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Oct 27

Slow Cooker Red Curry Coconut Chicken

Do you love authentic Indian food but rely on take-out to satisfy for your palette?  You can easily make Indian food at home for a fraction of the cost and you can control the ingredients.  It is easy, delicious and affordable!  Let me make you comfortable with preparing your own ethnic cuisine by starting with this …

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Aug 10

Nestled Egg and Bacon Avocado Wraps

This was such a beautiful, delicious dish my honey and I shared for Sunday morning brunch.  The richness of bacon swirled around creamy avocado, nestled with hard boiled eggs and drizzled with hot sauce, was absolutely magnificent. Nestled Egg and Bacon Avocado Wraps Inspired by this recipe Ingredients: 1 package of nitrate-free, hormone-free, antibiotic-free bacon 2 ripe avoacados, chopped …

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Jun 03

Chinese Cashew Chicken

Looking for a better way to indulge your Chinese food cravings?  Look no further because I have the perfect Chinese Cashew Chicken recipe that is sure to please you and your loved ones! You know how sometimes after eating at a greasy Chinese restaurant you have a “hangover” of sorts?  Well my Chinese Cashew Chicken …

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Jul 21

Chinese Fried Rice

We love to use this Chinese fried rice to make a quick stir fry entrée here at the Bro house.  Most of it can be prepped ahead of time which makes putting together a meal really quick during the week. The seasonings can be adjusted to account for your family’s personal tastes (we like ours really …

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Apr 28

Better For You Tuna Salad

I am absolutely loving this Tuna Salad adaptation from The Maker’s Diet book.  My version is a bit quicker, contains less ingredients and more affordable. I ate this slathered in romaine lettuce wraps for dinner in the evening and then as the “cheese” filling in an omelet the next morning.  It would be great on …

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Apr 01

Indian Fried Rice

Can you believe up until a few years ago that I hadn’t even tried Indian food?  Say what?  My friend Peter loves Indian food and finally inspired me to give it a whirl and it has been an ongoing love affair ever since.  I’ve been using the cookbook 5 Spices, 50 Dishes: Simple Indian Recipes to …

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Mar 18

Jamaican Jerk Chicken

This chicken is so yummy and was inspired by our recent trip to Jamaica where we picked up Walkerswood Jerk Seasoning (also available online).  I missed the jerk cooking class they held on the last day of our vacation which was a huge bummer!  However, a local took us out to an authentic jerk hut and we …

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Mar 07

Egg Salad Sauerkraut Romaine Wraps

Looking for a light yet protein-packed filling meal?  Look no further!  Today I shall present to you a delicious new twist on an old favorite…the egg salad sandwich. Egg Salad Sauerkraut Romaine Wraps Ingredients: 6 hard-boiled organic eggs 4-5 Tbsp. Vegenaise Cayenne pepper (to taste) Garlic powder (to taste) Onion powder (to taste) Sea salt (to taste) Fresh …

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Mar 04

Tofu Tacos

I was craving tacos last night but I’m not so big on ground beef…what to do?  Tofu tacos to the rescue! Even the hubby gave these the seal of approval.  They come together pretty quickly and are quite tasty if I may say so myself.  They are also jacked in protein (even more so when …

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