I love stir-fry recipes not just because they are so delicious, but also because they are so quick and easy to make. This shrimp stir fry is ready in about 20 minutes. It’s the ultimate weeknight dinner – quick, delicious and healthy. Click for the recipe
At Costco the other day, I saw these gorgeous, well-marbled, prime grade boneless chuck short ribs:
Of course I had to buy them! But when it was time to cook them, there was no way I was going to brown them first, make a complicated sauce, check on them every 30 minutes… I wanted to just put them in the oven and forget about it.
So I was grateful to find this easy recipe on the Food Network. Obviously, I wasn’t going to use the sweet sauce (my blood sugar went up just reading the recipe!), but I really liked it otherwise. So I made my own, non-sweet marinade, baked the ribs slowly, and was rewarded, three hours later, with very flavorful, tender, low carb short ribs. Click for the recipe
These pizza-stuffed bell peppers are just the thing when you crave pizza but prefer to avoid grains, carbs and excess calories. I love having them for lunch! Click for the recipe
With just three ingredients, these low-carb bacon cheese crackers are ready in 2 minutes and provide flavor and crunch without wheat, gluten, or unnecessary carbs. Click for the recipe
I love the sharp, peppery taste of fresh radishes, but I also love them roasted. Roasting downplays their sharpness and brings out a pleasant creaminess. When roasted, radishes taste mild, so if you prefer bolder flavors, play with adding seasonings (garlic powder, dried herbs) or sprinkle them with Parmesan cheese prior to roasting. Click for the recipe