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Jan 30, 2012

Flour Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

Not that I have anything against cookies made of flour or flour in general. I just think that if I'm going to splurge on a dozen cookies, they might as well be a little healthier and not just empty calories. Also if you have little ones, they will be able to have these cookies as a healthy snack or even for breakfast along with some fresh fruits, without you feeling bad about it.

Aside from their nutritional

Jan 27, 2012

Roasted Chicken

Have you ever wondered how to roast a chicken? 

In this post I am sharing with you the secret of a super easy and relatively quick way for a perfectly tender and flavored chicken with a golden brown crispy skin.

  • 1 whole chicken
  • salt
  • 1 lemon
  • 2 chopped onions
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp ginger powder

Jan 20, 2012

Burger and Hot-dog Buns

WARNING: You will no longer buy buns from the store after you try this recipe.

These buns are simply melt-in-your-mouth delicious! Unlike the usual sugar loaded, fat condensed buns, these are fluffy with a hint of buttery sweet taste that will bring any burger or hot dog alive!

I make these once a week and they're great to keep in a Ziplock in the fridge. I usually use them when I have to pack my or my husband's lunch. They're also life savers for quick and easy burgers made with left over steak or chicken. Needless to say that younger kids will LOVE them. My toddler learned how to open a Ziplock just by trying to sneak one out of the fridge. He will happily munch on a bun and sometimes will take a bite from each bun in the bag just to try all of them out.

The burger buns are also great for

Jan 16, 2012

How to eat beets!! (Super Food)

There aren't many ways of eating beets. You either shred them raw on your salad (I have never tried them this way) or boil them in water for 3 to 4 hours depending on the size of the beets. Unless you want to alter their natural taste and come up with a new and creative way of eating them of course. Adding a light dressing (lemon juice, a few grains of salt and a tiny bit of olive oil) helps bring out their unique flavor even more when eaten as a salad. And I am not even going to talk about their gorgeous color!!

Jan 13, 2012

Chicken Stuffed Pastry

This recipe is inspired from a traditional Moroccan recipe called "Rghayef dial lferran" which is pastry stuffed with ground beef and a tomato based sauce. I attempted this version of the traditional recipe a few months ago, simply because the beef stuffing recipe made these layered crepes very calorie-dense and not very weight-loss friendly. They have become a family favorite ever since.
These pastries make for a great appetizer when you have family or friends over, and a balanced a quick meal, specially if you have them ready to go in the
 freezer. My toddler loves them and would prefer

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