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Recipe instructions Burger Sauce
Combine all ingredients in a small bowl and whisk until smooth.
Use immediately or store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.
A tasty and savory side dish can be ready in only 15 minutes and pairs well with any main course.
Combine the best antipasti with crisp lettuce and savory dressing to make a delicious antipasto salad. This recipe includes peppers, salami, mozzarella, artichokes, and chickpeas, making it a great main dish or side.
This nutritious salad with lots of fiber can be prepared in only 10 minutes. You can either eat it straight away or portion it into four servings for a high-fiber meal throughout the week.
Juicy cherry tomatoes, fresh baby mozzarella and nutritious turkey fillet drizzled with mayonnaise-mustard sauce.
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This simple grain salad has become a staple in my house: I keep cooked wheat berries on hand, so all that’s needed are some fresh tomatoes, corn and basil from the market. For a heartier lunch or a light dinner, I fold in feta and a thick lemon topping. The result? Our new summertime salad. Grain salad with tomato, corn, and basil is a delicious and nutritious dish that combines the flavors of fresh vegetables with hearty grains. It typically includes cooked grains such as quinoa, bulgur, or farro, mixed with fresh cherry tomatoes, sweet corn kernels, and fragrant basil leaves. The salad is often dressed with a simple vinaigrette made from olive oil, lemon juice, and herbs. This salad is not only flavorful but also very versatile. It can be served as a side dish or as a main course, and it's perfect for picnics, potlucks, or as a light and refreshing meal on a hot day. The combination of grains and vegetables provides a good balance of carbohydrates, fiber, and essential nutrients, making it a healthy and satisfying option for any occasion.
This refreshing drink is perfect for warm summer days, bursting with the tropical flavors of fresh mangoes and the creamy indulgence of coconut.
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Sleepyheads will love waking up to the warm, delicious scent of cinnamon. This simple overnight dish can be made easily by chopping up a variety of fruits, such as apples, apricots, cranberries, and dates, and adding them to the slow cooker with seven-grain hot cereal. Let everything cook together, and voila! Serve this tasty hot cereal plain, or add Greek yogurt, bananas, or sliced berries on top.
This tasty homemade stew is the perfect meal to enjoy after a long day! It uses basic ingredients that come together to create a delicious and hearty dish!
Fried cheese is a triple threat: crunchy, comforting, and super flavorful. It's the perfect addition to a hearty bowl of soup.
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This soup is tasty, made with cauliflower and vegetables. It has the same flavor as potato soup, and it's both comforting and creamy.
The traditional Greek salad is widely recognized. Try adding avocado to create a new, delicious version of this famous dish. It's simple, tender, and juicy! Avocado has a neutral taste, so it can be added to different dishes without worry. Furthermore, incorporating avocado provides meals with an extra layer of creaminess and nutrition.
Today we're making a simple salad with shrimp. It's quick and easy to prepare, and comes with a tasty lemon-garlic dressing. We will boil the shrimp and add a sauce to make it more flavorful. We can use lemon and garlic to give the shrimp a zesty and tangy taste. Now, let's begin!