Because of it's color scheme, this salad makes a beautiful & healthy addition to your Christmas dinner table. But why stop there... add this to your salad rotation any time of the year, just as I have!
Serves: 4 to 6 depending on the size of the salads
An excellent & versatile spice blend you can use on a variety of roasted meats & poultry, vegetables, in soups & stews and even on salads. Ras El Hanout, which means "top of the shop", is a traditional spice mixture from Morocco & can contain anywhere from 10 to 100 spices. This is my version, adapted from researching over 50 different Ras El Hanout recipes in various cookbooks & online. When you make this, just the aroma alone is going to make your mouth water!
Yield: about 4 ounces
Before you say "eeeew! pork & bananas?".... know that everyone says that! However, once they taste this magnificent dish, they'll be begging you for the recipe. This is one of my Signature Dishes that I'm very proud of & love to eat. The pork is unbelievably tender, the sauce is wonderfully tasty & creamy and the bananas add just a bit of sweetness.
Serve this on a bed of Jasmine Rice, which adds a slightly nutty flavor to the mix. Believe me, you'll be making this dish for years to come. It also freezes beautifully!
Serves: 6 to 8
For centuries mothers have known the healing benefits that chicken soup has on a cold or the flu. The medical community is finally coming around & recognizing that chicken soup really helps when you're sick. I'm sure we can all agree that nobody feels like cooking when they're sick. So, when you're down with a cold or the flu, my quick & easy Chicken Soup will have you feeling better in no time!
During the cold & flu season many of us will occasionally suffer from sore throats & coughing. Most sore throats are caused by viruses & there isn't much your physician can do to help with this ailment (not to mention the cost). My home remedy will sooth your sore throat & help with all the symptoms associated with your cough.
Yield: 4 doses
You can really have fun & customize this dressing by using an equal amount of just about any kind of chopped dried fruit in place of the figs. I've used raisins, cranberries, apples, Medjool dates, apricots & even prunes. Each will impart it's own special flavor & health benefits to the dressing.
Yield: makes enough for 2 large dinner or 3 to 4 small side salads
Ever hear of food synergy? It's when certain superfoods are combined together to create an even healthier food. This recipe contains 3 examples of food synergy; Kale & Almonds, Avocado & Tomato, Orange & Avocado making this one delicious, super healthy salad. Definitely something you'll want to add to your daily diet or at least a few times a week!
During the fall & winter months you could be a victim of a poor immune system, leading to being susceptible to a cold or the flu. So, try this helpful solution & make your own natural antiviral syrup. This natural antiviral is extremely beneficial, quick & cheap to make. It also has no side effects or other consequences that usually occur while taking over the counter or prescription medications.
Easy to make & so much healthier than store bought salad dressing, having no additives or preservatives. Makes a delicious marinade as well!
Yield: About 1 cup
No matter the season, this recipe with it's complimentary sauce is a "go to" for sure. The best part is that it goes from skillet to table in no time at all! Serve this with Jasmine Rice & a vegetable on the side or a small kale, spinach salad topped with a little Annie's Goddess salad dressing & you have yourself a perfect, healthy meal.
Serves: 2 to 4