Johnsie Easy Cooking Recipes

Posted in General Things on May 13, 2014

Welcome to my recipes! I hope you find something you like! If there’s a dish that you want to learn that’s not here, please suggest it , and if you make something delicious with one of my recipes, upload a photo of it to my photo page !

Many packaged foods have way more sodium in a single serving than you should be eating in a full day, and a lot of supposedly healthy recipes contain hidden sources of sodium, so you should always take a look at the nutrition breakdown before choosing one. One teaspoon of salt has 2,300 milligrams of sodium, which is 300 milligrams more than the recommended daily allowance. A low-sodium diet means eating no more than 1,500 milligrams of the stuff daily, so to make things a bit simpler, we’ve compiled 10 dinner recipes that are easy on the salt – and you.

Now if you love to cook and have the time, resources and kitchen to prepare your own meal with the intention of impressing your date, then take some time to sit down and conceptualize your menu. It is always wise to have an overall theme that ties all the courses of your meal from appetizer, salad and/or soup, entrée and very importantly dessert. You may check out the offerings of well known restaurants or do a simple online search to get inspiration. Whatever recipe you end up using, purchase the best ingredients you can afford and take extra effort in presenting it attractively.

Depending on your skill in the kitchen, you can make each and every item as simple or as complicated as you wish. It is important to consider that even the simplest of dishes can be truly special. An example would a simple green salad with a classic dressing–make it more special by adding edible flowers of colorful fruit in the mix of green vegetables. For the main course, splurge a bit and grill up a fine marbled steak or exquisite fillet of fish like sea bass, gindara or salmon. Other popular dishes to consider with recipes abounding online or from your favorite cooking show is pasta.

Cut the cauliflower into small same sized florets. Place the florets on the baking sheet then drizzle with olive oil, sea salt, freshly cracked pepper, and crushed red pepper flakes, to taste. Toss to coat evenly. Place into the oven and roast for 10 minutes. Remove and flip with a spatula. Return to the oven for an additional 5 minutes then remove and toss with the fresh parsley, fresh thyme, and minced garlic; toss to coat evenly. Return to the oven for 5 minutes. Remove from the oven and drizzle with the lemon juice and grated parmesan. Toss to coat evenly then pour into a serving bowl. Serve immediately. Enjoy.

My whole food-related point, since this is the Cooking section of my website, is that more and more, I am expanding my arsenal of relatively quick dinners that can be ready in a jiffy. Place on hot coals and cook for 15 minutes. Add the cheese when it’s ready (it turns out better than cooking it in the pack). Muffins in an Orange Shell This month our Eat Well, Spend Less group is talking about Kids in the Kitchen. It’s a subject I’m passionate about, as I believe that cooking with kids helps them to embrace real food and develop a healthy food culture

However, we think otherwise. Therefore, here at J-Simple Recipes (Japanese Simple Recipes) we have prepared recipes for traditional Japanese dishes and international dishes with a Japanese twist which can easily be made at home. It may be difficult to obtain all Japanese foodstuffs and seasonings, so we have included substitutions you can make. If you cannot get any Japanese foodstuffs or seasonings at the shops in your neighborhood, you can purchase them at numerous sites on the Internet. For information on how to freeze nearly any type of food, from eggs to whipped cream, The National Center for Home Food Preservation website is an excellent resource. () The Right Recipes

This is a blog,, neatly converted into an app. Browse through dozens of vegan recipes. Each recipe has detailed step-by-step directions, pictures, and an ingredient checklist you can mark as you buy in the grocery store. No internet connection is needed to use this app; but if you have internet, you have to option to visit the original blog posts as well. Every vegan and vegatarian should have this app! Simple and easy home fries two ways, one recipe starting with raw potatoes, another starting with cooked. Both skillet fried.

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