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An ambitious, and delicious, dinner project: Eggless, Gluten-Free Chia Quinoa Turkey Burger Patties

This all began because I wanted to try the Chia seed egg substitute, and evolved into a fun, long awaited journey to my first homemade burger. I’ve always looked at healthy homemade burgers online but also always found them to be very daunting (a burger? homemade?) so I’ve decided to deconstruct it for others who might want to break their own homemade burger virginity. This recipe for the perfect healthy burgers is (as you can obviously tell) simple, and absolutely delicious. For the recipe, click the Read More. 

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redefiningfood:

An ambitious, and delicious, dinner project: Eggless, Gluten-Free Chia Quinoa Turkey Burger Patties

This all began because I wanted to try the Chia seed egg substitute, and evolved into a fun, long awaited journey to my first homemade burger. I’ve always looked at healthy homemade burgers online but also always found them to be very daunting (a burger? homemade?) so I’ve decided to deconstruct it for others who might want to break their own homemade burger virginity. This recipe for the perfect healthy burgers is (as you can obviously tell) simple, and absolutely delicious. For the recipe, click the Read More. 

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redefiningfood:

An ambitious, and delicious, dinner project: Eggless, Gluten-Free Chia Quinoa Turkey Burger Patties

This all began because I wanted to try the Chia seed egg substitute, and evolved into a fun, long awaited journey to my first homemade burger. I’ve always looked at healthy homemade burgers online but also always found them to be very daunting (a burger? homemade?) so I’ve decided to deconstruct it for others who might want to break their own homemade burger virginity. This recipe for the perfect healthy burgers is (as you can obviously tell) simple, and absolutely delicious. For the recipe, click the Read More. 

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redefiningfood:

An ambitious, and delicious, dinner project: Eggless, Gluten-Free Chia Quinoa Turkey Burger Patties

This all began because I wanted to try the Chia seed egg substitute, and evolved into a fun, long awaited journey to my first homemade burger. I’ve always looked at healthy homemade burgers online but also always found them to be very daunting (a burger? homemade?) so I’ve decided to deconstruct it for others who might want to break their own homemade burger virginity. This recipe for the perfect healthy burgers is (as you can obviously tell) simple, and absolutely delicious. For the recipe, click the Read More. 

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redefiningfood:

An ambitious, and delicious, dinner project: Eggless, Gluten-Free Chia Quinoa Turkey Burger Patties

This all began because I wanted to try the Chia seed egg substitute, and evolved into a fun, long awaited journey to my first homemade burger. I’ve always looked at healthy homemade burgers online but also always found them to be very daunting (a burger? homemade?) so I’ve decided to deconstruct it for others who might want to break their own homemade burger virginity. This recipe for the perfect healthy burgers is (as you can obviously tell) simple, and absolutely delicious. For the recipe, click the Read More. 

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An ambitious, and delicious, dinner project: Eggless, Gluten-Free Chia Quinoa Turkey Burger Patties

This all began because I wanted to try the Chia seed egg substitute, and evolved into a fun, long awaited journey to my first homemade burger. I’ve always looked at healthy homemade burgers online but also always found them to be very daunting (a burger? homemade?) so I’ve decided to deconstruct it for others who might want to break their own homemade burger virginity. This recipe for the perfect healthy burgers is (as you can obviously tell) simple, and absolutely delicious. For the recipe, click the Read More. 

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redefiningfood:

An ambitious, and delicious, dinner project: Eggless, Gluten-Free Chia Quinoa Turkey Burger Patties

This all began because I wanted to try the Chia seed egg substitute, and evolved into a fun, long awaited journey to my first homemade burger. I’ve always looked at healthy homemade burgers online but also always found them to be very daunting (a burger? homemade?) so I’ve decided to deconstruct it for others who might want to break their own homemade burger virginity. This recipe for the perfect healthy burgers is (as you can obviously tell) simple, and absolutely delicious. For the recipe, click the Read More. 

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redefiningfood:

An ambitious, and delicious, dinner project: Eggless, Gluten-Free Chia Quinoa Turkey Burger Patties

This all began because I wanted to try the Chia seed egg substitute, and evolved into a fun, long awaited journey to my first homemade burger. I’ve always looked at healthy homemade burgers online but also always found them to be very daunting (a burger? homemade?) so I’ve decided to deconstruct it for others who might want to break their own homemade burger virginity. This recipe for the perfect healthy burgers is (as you can obviously tell) simple, and absolutely delicious. For the recipe, click the Read More. 

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Some next-level sweet potato love: Skinny sweet potato, eggplant, basil, tomato, onion and bell pepper frittata

Now here’s a frittata that not only makes you skinny, but looks skinny itself. For someone who has never been a fan of huge portion sizes, this is a two-person recipe that I am absolutely in love with.
Put one tablespoon (or less if you prefer) of oil into a skillet/frying pan, and then add a quarter of a thinly sliced onion, and sautee on a low heat for a few minutes
Add one whole thinly sliced sweet potato and some thinly sliced eggplants to the pan, and notch the heat up to medium
Once they’re all cooked, add your bell peppers and basil (no stirring/cooking required for this step)
Take two eggs and whip them together, adding milk and pepper and salt, and then pour them over the vegetables
Add your tomato on top, and then bake at 250 degrees celcius for about 10 minutes. You can add cheese if you prefer, but I normally don’t. 
It seems like a long recipe (does it? It doesn’t take that long to make) but it is truly, truly worth it - no matter if it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner. 
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Some next-level sweet potato love: Skinny sweet potato, eggplant, basil, tomato, onion and bell pepper frittata

Now here’s a frittata that not only makes you skinny, but looks skinny itself. For someone who has never been a fan of huge portion sizes, this is a two-person recipe that I am absolutely in love with.
Put one tablespoon (or less if you prefer) of oil into a skillet/frying pan, and then add a quarter of a thinly sliced onion, and sautee on a low heat for a few minutes
Add one whole thinly sliced sweet potato and some thinly sliced eggplants to the pan, and notch the heat up to medium
Once they’re all cooked, add your bell peppers and basil (no stirring/cooking required for this step)
Take two eggs and whip them together, adding milk and pepper and salt, and then pour them over the vegetables
Add your tomato on top, and then bake at 250 degrees celcius for about 10 minutes. You can add cheese if you prefer, but I normally don’t. 
It seems like a long recipe (does it? It doesn’t take that long to make) but it is truly, truly worth it - no matter if it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner. 
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redefiningfood:

Some next-level sweet potato love: Skinny sweet potato, eggplant, basil, tomato, onion and bell pepper frittata

Now here’s a frittata that not only makes you skinny, but looks skinny itself. For someone who has never been a fan of huge portion sizes, this is a two-person recipe that I am absolutely in love with.

  1. Put one tablespoon (or less if you prefer) of oil into a skillet/frying pan, and then add a quarter of a thinly sliced onion, and sautee on a low heat for a few minutes
  2. Add one whole thinly sliced sweet potato and some thinly sliced eggplants to the pan, and notch the heat up to medium
  3. Once they’re all cooked, add your bell peppers and basil (no stirring/cooking required for this step)
  4. Take two eggs and whip them together, adding milk and pepper and salt, and then pour them over the vegetables
  5. Add your tomato on top, and then bake at 250 degrees celcius for about 10 minutes. You can add cheese if you prefer, but I normally don’t. 

It seems like a long recipe (does it? It doesn’t take that long to make) but it is truly, truly worth it - no matter if it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner. 

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The last of the dinosaur (-sized strawberries): Balsamic and Black Pepper Roasted Strawberries

Yes, I’m getting obsessed with balsamic. Balsamobsessed. I think it started with this morning’s caprese sandwich with balsamic glaze, but it was so good and I was thinking - how good would the sweetness of strawberries taste, not just roasted, but roasted in the sour-sweetness of balsamic? I had to use up the last of my lovely huge strawberries, and thus was born what today’s ama a a azing (I seriously cannot emphasize enough how much of a must-do this is) roasted strawberries, perfect to top a salad with for dinner or to eat with yogurt for breakfast.
Preheat the oven to 200 degrees celcius
Cut the strawberries into slices and place them in any sort of baking dish, making sure they’re spread out in one even layer
Cover all the strawberries completely with balsamic vinegar, making sure that there is extra balsamic liquid in the baking dish (it gets infused with the liquid from the strawberries and just becomes amazing), and then add an even sprinkling of black pepper
Bake for 5-10 minutes, depending on how many strawberries you have
Take them out and serve warm on a salad or cold the next day with your breakfast, and be sure to drain the strawberry-balsamic juice for further use!
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redefiningfood:

The last of the dinosaur (-sized strawberries): Balsamic and Black Pepper Roasted Strawberries

Yes, I’m getting obsessed with balsamic. Balsamobsessed. I think it started with this morning’s caprese sandwich with balsamic glaze, but it was so good and I was thinking - how good would the sweetness of strawberries taste, not just roasted, but roasted in the sour-sweetness of balsamic? I had to use up the last of my lovely huge strawberries, and thus was born what today’s ama a a azing (I seriously cannot emphasize enough how much of a must-do this is) roasted strawberries, perfect to top a salad with for dinner or to eat with yogurt for breakfast.
Preheat the oven to 200 degrees celcius
Cut the strawberries into slices and place them in any sort of baking dish, making sure they’re spread out in one even layer
Cover all the strawberries completely with balsamic vinegar, making sure that there is extra balsamic liquid in the baking dish (it gets infused with the liquid from the strawberries and just becomes amazing), and then add an even sprinkling of black pepper
Bake for 5-10 minutes, depending on how many strawberries you have
Take them out and serve warm on a salad or cold the next day with your breakfast, and be sure to drain the strawberry-balsamic juice for further use!
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redefiningfood:

The last of the dinosaur (-sized strawberries): Balsamic and
Black Pepper Roasted Strawberries

Yes, I’m getting obsessed with balsamic. Balsamobsessed. I think it started with this morning’s caprese sandwich with balsamic glaze, but it was so good and I was thinking - how good would the sweetness of strawberries taste, not just roasted, but roasted in the sour-sweetness of balsamic? I had to use up the last of my lovely huge strawberries, and thus was born what today’s ama a a azing (I seriously cannot emphasize enough how much of a must-do this is) roasted strawberries, perfect to top a salad with for dinner or to eat with yogurt for breakfast.

  1. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees celcius
  2. Cut the strawberries into slices and place them in any sort of baking dish, making sure they’re spread out in one even layer
  3. Cover all the strawberries completely with balsamic vinegar, making sure that there is extra balsamic liquid in the baking dish (it gets infused with the liquid from the strawberries and just becomes amazing), and then add an even sprinkling of black pepper
  4. Bake for 5-10 minutes, depending on how many strawberries you have
  5. Take them out and serve warm on a salad or cold the next day with your breakfast, and be sure to drain the strawberry-balsamic juice for further use!

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A Macaron Troubleshooting Guide: Useful Tips and Advice

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About the ingredients

About the equipement

General macaron-making questions

Making macarons

Aesthetic problems after baking

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Ham and Mango Cheese Sliders

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Ham and mango cheese sliders baked to ooey gooey melted cheese fruity goodness!

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Do you lean more towards cold sandwiches or warm sandwiches? I’ve always been a cold sandwich kind of gal but once adulthood hit, I’ve been all about the warm, melted cheese kind of sandwiches - philly cheesesteaks, meatball subs and now this. And as you’ve seen in yesterday’s post, you know I can’t get enough of that mango fire cheddar. And with all of that KING HAWAIIAN swag I received recently, I just had to put two and two together, except I used up all the slider buns before making this.

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