Ramen BunThe ramen burger has officially clogged all my social media channel feeds. Everywhere I turn lately it's there tempting me with each passing minute. I started devising a plan on how to get my hands on this burger. I searched around the net found a few tutorials and ran to my kitchen to make one myself. I don't think it matters what you put in the middle as long as the bun is the same. Hooray for the ramen burger. Make it with a turkey patty, garden burger, stack of bacon, or a grilled portobello mushroom. Just make it!
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1 package of ramen
1/2 of seasoning packet
2 tablespoons oil
1.Place a pot filled halfway with water over a medium high flame and bring to a boil.
2. Add ramen and cook for 3 minutes.
3. Drain ramen, then run under cold water.
4. Place drained ramen to a bowl and add 1/2 packet of seasoning from ramen package.
5. Mix to combine.
6. In a small bowl whisk an egg to
- Babble.com | Shine Food – Mon, Aug 26, 2013 11:44 AM EDT
Ramen BunThe ramen burger has officially clogged all my social media channel feeds. Everywhere I turn lately it's there tempting me with each passing minute. I started devising a plan on how to get my hands on this burger. I searched around the net found a few tutorials and ran to my kitchen to make one myself. I don't think it matters what you put in the middle as long as the bun is the same. Hooray for the ramen burger. Make it with a turkey patty, garden burger, stack of bacon, or a grilled portobello mushroom. Just make it!Read More »from Noodlemania: Make the Infamous Ramen Burger Bun with Just 5 Ingredients!
Grilled Salmon with Corn and Zucchini Salad, is healthy, delicious, and easy to prepare.Salmon - it's easy to prepare, has a unique, rich flavor, and it's healthy for you, too. Whether simply grilled or pan-roasted and served with a squeeze of lemon over the top, or coated in a crunchy crust and baked to perfection, it's one dinner option that you'll want to keep in your weekly rotation.Read More »from 4 Simple Salmon Recipes
That's why this week we felt fortunate when Pure Food Fish Market, based out of Seattle's world-famous Pike Place Market, provided us with 8 pounds of delicious salmon to create this week's recipe. What did we come up with?
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Grilled Salmon with Corn and Zucchini Salad (pictured above)
This meal is all about keeping things fresh and simple. The salmon is simply grilled with lemon juice, salt, and pepper, and the corn and zucchini salad
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If you take joy in cooking - reveling in the fragrance of fresh herbs, hearing the sizzle of fresh meat hitting a hot pan, and finding calm in the systematic rhythms of slicing, dicing, and chopping on a wooden cutting board - then you probably look at cooking as a great way to decompress after a long busy day.
If you take joy in eating - and it's probably safe to say that, like most people, you do (especially if you are here with us) - then you're also excited at the thought of a home-cooked meal made with fresh ingredients, shared with family or loved ones right before curling up on the couch in front of the TV.
The thing is, though, nobody takes joy in the chore that comes afterward - doing the dishes. That's why The Daily Meal has rounded up 6 great recipes for you to try that won't leave a pile of dishes in the sink.
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Sometimes, it can take a bit of convincing to get your kids to try new meals. But that shouldn't be a reason to resort to frozen dinners (especially since cooking is healthier and cheaper than buying prepared foods)! Inspired by fish sticks, we're upgrading the kid-friendly classic into a dish that everyone will love: breadcrumb-coated fish with an herb dipping sauce. To make this meal slightly healthier, we're baking fish instead of frying it. Serve this dinner with a light salad or some roasted vegetables and enjoy!
Panko-Crusted Fish Sticks with Herb Dipping Sauce
To make fish sticks, cut tilapia fillets in half lengthwise down center line. Halve again lengthwise, then crosswise.
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Coarse salt and ground pepper
2 cups panko
1 tablespoon Old Bay Seasoning
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 1/2 pounds tilapia fillets, cut into wide strips (see note, above)
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We cannot begin to tell you how much we love anything made from hazelnuts. The rich, nutty flavor gels perfect with ice cream, toast, or a crisp morning coffee. This delicious and nutritious food spread is made from crushed and blended hazelnuts. Available in both crunchy and smooth varieties, hazelnut butter can be made from either raw or roasted hazelnuts.
Overview & Health
Hazelnut butter is most commonly found in Europe, but its popularity has spread across the globe in recent years. Studies have shown that people who consume nuts and nut butters on a regular basis tend to have lower body weights since they help suppress hunger while providing the body with the nutrients it craves. Hazelnuts are very high in energy and loaded with numerous healthy nutrients that are essential for optimum health. 100 g of nuts provides 628 calories. Raw hazelnut butter provides the good fats humans need, plus vitamins and minerals such as vitamin E (more thanRead More »from Hazelnut Butter: How to Make It, Use It, and Love It!
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We use a combination of serrano and jalapeño peppers - serranos for heat and jalapeños for their fruity, floral aromas.
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We have a version that adds mango, papaya, and habanero, and another one that adds lump crabmeat and chipotle chiles. Lobster and chicharones are also fun additions.
- The Daily Meal | Shine Food – Sun, Aug 25, 2013 10:31 AM EDT
Photodisc/Ryan McvaySummer is winding down and everyone is heading back to school or settling back into their apartments after being away all summer. This means one thing for many who share their abode with others: roommate filth. There's nothing worse than a messy roommate, whether they're a stranger, your best friend, or your significant other, and it's even more frustrating when that mess is in the kitchen.Read More »from Roommate Rules: 4 Things to Remember when Sharing the Kitchen
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Let's face it, we all have our shortcomings, but it can get pretty maddening when the simplest of tasks seem to be overlooked over and over again by our fellow dwellers. Even the most intuitive things can be snubbed, so sometimes it's best to keep a checklist for yourself and for your roommates. So The Daily Meal has compiled a list of things that, while they may seem obvious, are often overlooked and can lead to quite the messy kitchen. Give your roommate this checklist and you'll be one step closer to having that clean kitchen of your dreams.
- The Daily Meal | Shine Food – Sun, Aug 25, 2013 10:26 AM EDT
TelebrandsThere are some people out there that just can't resist an infomercial. Whether they're night owls, TV junkies, or just seeking more convenience in their life, they're the ones that will never give up on those late-night airings and two-for-one specials, no matter how many products have let them down in the past.Read More »from 5 Kitchen Infomercial Products You'll Actually Use
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While an infomercial is defined as "a television program that is an extended advertisement often including a discussion or demonstration," we'd probably describe it a little differently. Creeping onto TV screens late into the night, infomercials have the ability to catch us with our guard down. They're usually hosted by some over-enthusiastic, too-tan host, and while they might be informative, they're often hardly objective. Along with that, there's also a key descriptor missing from the definition, and it's "cheap." Because as great as the host says the featured product is, we often find ourselves asking: if this is so great and
- The Daily Meal | Shine Food – Sun, Aug 25, 2013 10:20 AM EDT
flickr/sugarmonsterMovie dates are magical in every sense of the word. The lights are low, your heart is racing, and suddenly you are aware of the very little space that there is between you and your date. A brush of the hand into the popcorn bucket and bam! More sparks are flying in the third row than on the screen. Intense passion like that is not easily forgotten, and could be the very reason why we identify so much with the characters on the big screen. Some of us identify with them so much that we immortalize them in our scrapbooks via a wedding cake design.Read More »from Picture Perfect: 3 Incredible Movie-Inspired Wedding Cakes
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You'd be surprised what couples consider moving enough to use as a tasty symbol of their love. One couple went the magical route with a Harry Potter cake. Another clicked their heels three times and found home in one another's hearts as symbolized in their Wizard of Oz Cake. And we love the idea of "the force" driving couples together with their Star Wars cakes.
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When it comes to
Simply Salad boasts more than 40 salad odd-ons. When lunchtime rolls around, there's no end to boring, unhealthy options. There are burgers, Chinese takeout, pizza, sandwiches, and plenty of other ways to put yourself into a food coma via a sad desk lunch even before you hit the 3 p.m. wall. But according to The New York Times, it's chopped salad that reigns supreme in the Northeast, and the trend is making its way across the country.Read More »from Chopped: The 5 Best Salad Chains in America
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From Chop't to Just Salad to Saladworks and even to Subway, every week it seems like another chain comes along to offer us even more chopped salad options. But which one is the best? We put the country's most popular chopped salad chains to the test, and one emerged as a clear winner.Sometimes a salad is the perfect way to get your lunch on. Vegetables for health and wellness, protein to fill you up, and enough food to nix your hunger but not put you in a food coma are all good reasons to consider it. Plus, in mixed company, salads are allergy- and
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