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Garden Fresh Salad

Serves 2 | Lighten up and brighten up your dinner

Chorizo Nacho Platter

with Salsa and Crema

BBQ Chicken Thighs

with Loaded Potatoes and Green Salad

Cal Smart Thai-Style Pork Salad

with Peanut Soy Dressing

Cajun Chicken Skillet

with Buttery Rice

Tex-Mex Black Bean Casserole

with Pico de Gallo

Spicy Sweet Chorizo Pizza

with Paprika Aioli and Salad

Montreal-Spiced Chicken and Mango Salad

with Candied Walnuts and Balsamic Dressing

Chinese-Style Cashew Chicken

with Garlicky Rice and Veggies

Mexican-Spiced Barramundi

with Garlicky Zucchini and Lime-Butter Sauce

Veggie Paneer Samosa Wraps

with Cucumber Salad

Cheesy Turkey Potato Casserole

with Spinach Salad

Chicken and Spinach Pasta

with Cream Cheese

Herby Pork Loin

with Smashed Potatoes and Roasted Veggie Jumble

Glazed Beef Meatballs

with Loaded Sweet Potato Fries and Side Salad

Cal Smart Thai-Style Pork Tenderloin Salad

with Peanut Soy Dressing

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6 Kitchen Hacks To Make Cooking At Home Easy

It’s great to have easy recipes at hand for those busy weeknights, but take a look at some kitchen tips that will make any meal at home easier.

Peel ginger with a spoon
Ginger skin is fairly thin, so you don’t want to lose half of the root by slicing with a knife. Simply use the edge of a metal spoon to scrape against the ginger and peel off the outer later.

Ripen fruits in a paper bag
If you’re waiting to use avocado for guacamole or bananas for a cake, you can speed up the ripening process by storing them in a closed paper bag. Most fruits release small amounts of ethylene gas and when this is reabsorbed, fruits ripen faster.

Preheat the pan
Cooking food when your pan or skillet is preheated gives a quicker and more even cooking time. Heat for about three minutes before adding oil or any other ingredients.

Boil potatoes to peel the skin
For easy, breezy potato peeling, score them around the centre with a knife and then drop them into boiling water. Simmer for 15 minutes and then transfer them into ice water. When the potatoes have cooled down you can easily slide the peel off from either side.

Use a sharp knife
One of the most important kitchen tools to invest in is a sharp knife. A good kitchen knife will make cutting ingredients faster and easier, and avoid any accidents from dull knife slips.

Save fresh herbs
Infuse your leftover parsley, rosemary or oregano in a jar of olive oil, instead of leaving them to wither in the fridge. You can use this oil to cook or dress your meals with an extra herb-infused flavor.

#FreshTips

Easy Recipes

6 Kitchen Hacks To Make Cooking At Home Easy

It’s great to have easy recipes at hand for those busy weeknights, but take a look at some kitchen tips that will make any meal at home easier.

Peel ginger with a spoon
Ginger skin is fairly thin, so you don’t want to lose half of the root by slicing with a knife. Simply use the edge of a metal spoon to scrape against the ginger and peel off the outer later.

Ripen fruits in a paper bag
If you’re waiting to use avocado for guacamole or bananas for a cake, you can speed up the ripening process by storing them in a closed paper bag. Most fruits release small amounts of ethylene gas and when this is reabsorbed, fruits ripen faster.

Preheat the pan
Cooking food when your pan or skillet is preheated gives a quicker and more even cooking time. Heat for about three minutes before adding oil or any other ingredients.

Boil potatoes to peel the skin
For easy, breezy potato peeling, score them around the centre with a knife and then drop them into boiling water. Simmer for 15 minutes and then transfer them into ice water. When the potatoes have cooled down you can easily slide the peel off from either side.

Use a sharp knife
One of the most important kitchen tools to invest in is a sharp knife. A good kitchen knife will make cutting ingredients faster and easier, and avoid any accidents from dull knife slips.

Save fresh herbs
Infuse your leftover parsley, rosemary or oregano in a jar of olive oil, instead of leaving them to wither in the fridge. You can use this oil to cook or dress your meals with an extra herb-infused flavor.

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